Amy Kuns who was a co-worker of Jodi's at the time of the abduction has her own theory on who might have been involved in this crime.
Her idea come from a 'gut feeling' (often a sound guide)and while she has told police she has never made her feeling public.
Amy fears for her own safety "especially if she is right and on to something.'
(you can see Amy talking in episode #11 of The Huisentruit File here)
It appears The Huisentruit File was filmed almost six years ago.
As we approach the fifteenth anniversary of this abduction I wonder if Amy will ever be prepared to 'go public' on what was 'going on' around Jodi during the last weeks of her life.
Amy Kuuns is of no help. She isn't coming forward because she fears that it will hurt her career and credibility as a professional. Making false allegations could do so. I doubt she knows much so it probably isn't worth trying to squeeze blood from a turnip.
Amy Kuns has moved on, and I think we need to move on from Amy's quotes. I very well bet she will never EVER speak publicly about Jodi ever again.
One thing too is that it seems that everyone is afraid of making false allegations (including Josh and Gary). They seem dedicated to solving the crime, but they don't provide a lot of feedback here on the forums it seems maybe for that reason.
Who out there is able to file a defamation suit? Van Sice? or maybe someone else out there who hasn't even been mentioned here. Who knows?
It is quite possible the perpetrator/s name/s have never ever been in the thoughts of anyone who posts on this forum.
I still believe the gut instincts of a female are very powerful indeed. Having said that the big contraindication is the fact the police weren't called until after 7am.
What did they think Jodi was doing after she said she would be at work shortly?
She was 5 minutes away.
There are several of her friends and neighbors who have lived with the guilt of "what if's". "What if" they had called the police or done this or that. After almost 15 years of carring that with them I am sure Jodi forgave them a long time ago.
We are not all powerful and surely not in control of the Universe. We just try and ponder possibilities and hope for a resolution.
sixtiesrock, you have some good points. Very suspicious that someone wasn't sent to check on her, or the police weren't called.
I don't blame Amy for not calling police sooner after Jodi failed to show up to work, particularly since Jodi had a history of being late. That has never been an issue to me. Even if she had called police 20 minutes later, Jodi was long gone.
I don't know how anyone who was habitually late could keep their job.
One would have to classify them as a poor team member due to putting extra pressure on those who were punctual.
Perhaps this trait led to the apparent lack of urgency in following up the wake up call to Jodi that fateful morning.
You know, she's late again but we've got work to do to get a program to air.
That's how I see it, sixtiesrock. I think Amy or another employee would have been concerned much sooner and called police had Jodi was punctual.
She will never go public. But remember she says she never had any contact outside the workplace with her. She would be of no help.
Jodi's mom has stated in the past, that she was NEVER late for work?! :huh:
and her mom would know that how?
After reading all the stuff written here I would like to hear who y'all think comitted this murder. I know this would not be possible but would be interesting!!!!!
I agree with Amy. Cornseed guy knows what happened.
which is more effective: lie detector test.:unsure: or, water-boarding?:woohoo:
either may produce false results.
I often think that myself. If it produces a body, then it would be productive. It has to be frustrating when police have a pretty good idea of a suspect who has killed someone, but have no evidence.
You really think they have a good idea who did it? I don't think so. I think that they messed this whole investagation up and really have nothing. As far as Mr. cornseed man goes I really doubt that he knows anything. I understand he did take a lie dector test and past it. I do know that they are pretty acurate. It would be interesting to know how many of her fellow workers would come forward and take one. Somebody there knew more than they are letting on. Does anybody else know if any others have taken a lie dector test?
"I understand he did take a lie dector test and past it. I do know that they are pretty acurate."
Cornseed guy says he took a lie detector test and passed it. Police have not said this. Even if he did pass it, they are not 100 percent accurate. Results are not accepted in court cases. I also think it's significant that Amy said there is a general consensus among people who knew Jodi that cornseed guy is involved.
We need to know if the police conducted this polygraph or was it arranged privately by the cornseed dude. If it was the latter, then why is the question.
We all know polygraph test results are not admissible as evidence in a court of law.
There must be a reason for this.
It is claimed America's worst serial killer passed a polygraph administered by police. This led to many more deaths.
Perhaps the interpretations of the polygraph results are improving but in many people's opinion it is an inexact science.
Having been a student in the Criminal Justice field for over three years, I can understand the frustrations everyone on here has been experiencing. I can say I do not agree with Simon's comments regarding polygraph tests. In my previous school researches, polygraphs are not a legitimate source for legality, as people have been able to bluff their way through them. The tool by investigators is only a measure of an individual's behavioral reaction to questions, therefore unadmissable in courts. In fact, there have been many cases in the past where a person being analyzed on a polygraph who showed guilty over questions posed, only to find out later the guilts were of separate past instances to cause the person to show the guilt on the machine.
In regards to "gut feelings", we all tend to have similar experiences, and in this particular case, many of those feelings are a result of our personal interests in the case, and the Persons of Interest we may personally know.
During my research, I hope to come up with a short list of three or fewer people most likely to be involved in Jodi's disappearance. I personally have a theory on who the individual is, and have a feeling it is the same person Amy Kuns refers to, but due to the nature of the investigation, I will not reveal my suspicions until I conclude my case study.
Crimgen, please re-read my post. I did not say lie detector tests are admissable in court. I was responding to a quote from Colby and said that even if cornseed guy passed a lie detector test, they are NOT admissable in court.
Having said that, I agree, and always have agreed, that cornseed guy is involved in Jodi's disappearance. He was the last person to see her, he wanted more out of the relationship than she wanted, and he left town rather than join the search for her. He was clearly obsessed with her, naming his boat after her. He even stalked her at one point. I would like to know if LE searched cornseed guy's house and vehicles, whether he had an alibi, and could account for his whereabouts. I heard, and I don't know if it's fact, that a woman he regularly took walks with at that hour said he was late that morning Jodi had disappeared. If true, then where was he? What is his alibi? If LE didn't conduct a search in cornseed guy's house or in his vehicles within 24 hours, or at any time, then you know why this case has gone cold.
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