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Sadly, I thought this might be the case in Menifee


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So the police had an 85 square mile search area yet the kid's remains were found at the house? 

Because the step-brother said Terry followed him out of the house, and that's where he was supposedly last seen...  Maybe read the article first next time?

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Because the step-brother said Terry followed him out of the house, and that's where he was supposedly last seen...  Maybe read the article first next time?

I'm sorry. I just thought that maybe the first place they would check would be the kid's house. My bad.

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I'm sorry. I just thought that maybe the first place they would check would be the kid's house. My bad.

Continue to write the story in your head, I guess; not enough facts in those two stories I read to make the assumptions you do.

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So let me get this straight. A kid goes missing and you're not going to check his house and the surrounding yard? Why are you so defensive toward me about this?

You look first where the best available information directs you. That wasn't the house or yard.

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It took them that long to search the house and find the remains. That doesn't seem very timely to me.

Again, you're getting ahead of yourself. But you look where the evidence says you should look. If the information changes, you adjust, as they did. 

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Don't bother, LT... common-sense is lacking, and you'll be accused of personal attacks apparently.

Continue to write the story in your head, I guess; not enough facts in those two stories I read to make the assumptions you do.

 

His response:

So let me get this straight. A kid goes missing and you're not going to check his house and the surrounding yard? Why are you so defensive toward me about this?

 

 

Not so out of line to me.

 

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Again, you're getting ahead of yourself. But you look where the evidence says you should look. If the information changes, you adjust, as they did. 

I just think that the house and surrounding property should have been searched thoroughly for the kid early on in the investigation. Is there something wrong with that point of view?

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So let me get this straight. A kid goes missing and you're not going to check his house and the surrounding yard? Why are you so defensive toward me about this?

I agree with Lawrence here. Should've had a couple detectives/cops/volunteers check the immediate areas around the house.

 

Look what happened with the one case a few months ago, in the sierra foothills, where the brother made up a phoney story about an intruder murdering his sister. Never just go off what a witness says.

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I just think that the house and surrounding property should have been searched thoroughly for the kid early on in the investigation. Is there something wrong with that point of view?

 

 

It's sad that that should become the norm instead of the exception lately.

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