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January 5, 2011
1:30 pm

Every now and then I'll re-read documentation on the case to see if anything will jump out at me.

Today I noticed something in this article, which covered her journal entries: https://www.globegazette.com/news/local/article_1373dfc2-1ced-5586-bca7-525a83d0e007.html

I noticed today she bought her Mazda Miata on or about June 13th--just a couple of weeks before her disappearance. That timing was interesting to me. I wonder if anyone on staff at the dealership had a criminal record? Someone at the dealership would have access to all her personal information--including her home address. And possibly access to a white van or truck. (Assuming of course that a white van/truck was really involved.)

Also I just noticed on the front page for findjodi.com that a new investigator is on the case with MCPD. Did anyone ask him about the palm print? I'm just wondering if they have run it as part of the cold case research.

January 7, 2011
11:53 am

From what I understand about the Miata, it was purchased through a private individual.

What's interesting about the palm print, I recently read that Indiana was starting a data base on Palm Prints similar to a figure print data base.

January 11, 2011
12:04 am

If Jodi was being followed and she told the Mcpd
did they do a background check on anyone.Were State troopers
notified asap after the cops knew she dissapeared.

January 11, 2011
11:50 am

Oh we don't know what information they have, you see it's an active investigation, however, using the actual words in an article about the MCPD investigation "They where unaware of any problems Jodi was having".

I guess they are so friendly in Mason City that the police routinely follow people to work you know because they want that feel good feeling. Not because there was a problem.

Look I think they have done as much as they can on this case and the frustration level for everyone including them is hard but please I prefer they say nothing than to state something so blatantly false to be laughable if it wasn't such a tragic situation.

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