When a family member is missing and presumed to have been abducted and murdered what rights do other family members have?
Can a sibling request the case be reviewed by a cold case squad?
It appears this case is in the doldrums and going nowhere and unless the perpetrator lands on the investigator's door step with a full confession and directions to the victims final resting place the case will be still gathering dust in one hundred years time.
What is stopping a crack cold case team being asked to review the case?
What is stopping further information being released to the public; information that might lead to a breakthrough?
Why is the name the victim called out at the time of the abduction being kept secret even by those not in the police force?
Who owns this case? The family or LE?
I could be mistaken, but I believe the family at one time hired a PI to investigate the case outside of LE, If I am mistaken someone please correct me.
Also, the one person who for what ever reason the police refused to interview, had some very interesting comments regarding a possible white van. I believe that was in an interview Gary had with her, in discussing events of the early morning of the following day after the abduction. Keeping someone company who was shaken-up over events that had transpired.
Is this interview Gary did, listed on this site? Or was it a private interview? I am wayyy curious now.I want to know.
I am new to this case and I have not probably seen or heard everything.
I was doing some research on another case and I stumbled across this and now I have to know more.Maybe I'll goggle the answer.
In September 1995, the Huisentruit family hired private investigators from McCarthy & Associates, Investigative Services, Inc. (MAIS) in Minneapolis, MN who in turn enlisted the assistance of Omaha, NE private investigator Doug Jasa.
After so many years of "waiting" for something to happen, it appears to be time to go back and look at the information that we've collected along the way. That includes making sure something didn't slip through the cracks. The interview with Lanee Good is one that needs to be revisited and put on the web page.
The one thing I have discovered is that we would receive information that was ruled out at the time for one reason or another. In doing so I feel certain that in some way there was a shred of truth in a large percentage of it. It needs to be gone over and analyzed and then cataloged so new effort can be put on specific areas. That's why I made the plea for help; private detectives, retired police, bounty hunters, researchers, etc.
We need some help and money for the site. Maybe there is someone out there that will step forward.
I will try to answer on the site as fast as I can.
The biggest hurdle this case has is the local 'LE' are waiting for something to happen.
From where I sit it appears LE want the solution to come to them via the perpetrator suddenly getting a guilty conscience.
After fourteen years is there any other explanation for this case being stuck in the doldrums.
If it's politics or local power involved limiting LE from performing a full investigation that's one thing, if not, then they have some explaining to do at least to the family as to why they haven't interviewed someone with a story to tell at the very least.
I think the quote "Anyone with a television set" is to easy. It lets everyone off the hook, no information, LE throws their hands in the air and says we have no clue.
I would think if it was "Anyone with a television set" they would have to have pulled off the perfect crime after 14 years, yet they left a messy crime scene. I would also suspect if it was a person like that, they would have struck again and more frequently. Once would not be enough, they are driven to do this to people to strangers.
We need more information either from the police or from someone with a story to tell. people seem to have suspects in their mind who did this and no one comes forward? Sad for Jodie.
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