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Mollie Tibbets Disappearance

Posted: Thu Aug 09, 2018 6:57 pm
by 76 Bar
I've been following this case and am more than a little perplexed. Hoping for a good outcome but puzzled at the amount of media coverage. My gut instinct leads me to believe there's way more to the story. What say you CT members?

Re: Mollie Tibbets Disappearance

Posted: Thu Aug 09, 2018 7:02 pm
by True Grit Farms
I agree, hopefully it all works out. I can't imagine if she was one of my kids.

Re: Mollie Tibbets Disappearance

Posted: Thu Aug 09, 2018 7:32 pm
by Bright Raven
Bar,

The way they are handling the investigation;

1. Canceling news releases then rescheduling them.
2. The family is talking. I would assume they are being advised what to say by the investigation team.
3. The pig farmer taking a polygraph test.

All suggests as you say - there is more known than is being told. I think they believe she is alive and being held.

Re: Mollie Tibbets Disappearance

Posted: Thu Aug 09, 2018 8:07 pm
by slick4591
Bright Raven wrote:Bar,

The way they are handling the investigation;

1. Canceling news releases then rescheduling them.
2. The family is talking. I would assume they are being advised what to say by the investigation team.
3. The pig farmer taking a polygraph test.

All suggests as you say - there is more known than is being told. I think they believe she is alive and being held.


Just as in any active investigation. There are things you don't want to broadcast because only the perp knows those things. That info would be used to tie someone to the crime or slough off any idiot that has the need to confess to something. (Yes, those people are out there.) If they have reason to believe she is alive they don't want the perp to know that because they would likely kill her and move her body.

Re: Mollie Tibbets Disappearance

Posted: Thu Aug 09, 2018 11:11 pm
by NEFarmwife
This case has consumed me. I went into those FB groups about her disappearance and it was like a black hole. I had to leave them because I was too engrossed in it all.

My thoughts? They do believe she is alive. I do feel she’s being sex trafficked though and they’re hoping to lure out whomever has her, because that reward is far too pleasing to anyone in that trade, to not tip off authorities. Although, it could lead to her being of more value to those trafficking her also.

If she isn’t being trafficked, I believe she’s dead. I hate that for her family and friends, or the world who has came to know and love her as their own.

I have a 20 year old daughter and I’d be wrecked in this situation. I hope, whatever the outcome is, that the family gets closure soon and can find the perp.

Re: Mollie Tibbets Disappearance

Posted: Fri Aug 10, 2018 10:33 am
by hurleyjd
At this time no one has any answers. If you look back a few years you will find several young women that were picked up and kept imprisoned for years. In the area I live in there have been young woman disappear and never heard from again. Demented world we live in what will take for it to change. I for one have no answer to this.

Re: Mollie Tibbets Disappearance

Posted: Fri Aug 10, 2018 10:53 am
by Bright Raven
hurleyjd wrote:At this time no one has any answers. If you look back a few years you will find several young women that were picked up and kept imprisoned for years. In the area I live in there have been young woman disappear and never heard from again. Demented world we live in what will take for it to change. I for one have no answer to this.


Just for a comparison. This has been going on for thousands of years. People held as prisoners or slaves and used however their captors wished to use them. It was not even illegal as it is in most civilized nations today. Going to take some amazing medical science to find a cure for disgusting behavior!

Re: Mollie Tibbets Disappearance

Posted: Fri Aug 10, 2018 12:02 pm
by Farm Fence Solutions
http://www.murderpedia.org/male.O/image ... 701rdr.pdf
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boggstown,_Indiana


Our small community went through something like this 21 years ago, and it still ain't over. Kelly was a year younger than me, and a year older than my little sister. Boggstown is not even big enough to be little, and it was awfully tough on our tight knit community. Same town. Same church. Our families became even closer when we lost my sister just a few months later. As bad as it hurt to lose her, I can't imagine the anger I'd have if she had been abducted and tortured. My thoughts are with Mollie's family, and I really hope that she is alive and found soon. In addition, I hope that justice is served with a stiff spine, and in short order. If I ever get a terminal diagnosis...…..