Written by Clarke Kent
Juliet in a comment on a post entitled “Early Informational Leak – Do They Reveal a Truth?” (date posted August 12, 2016) became confused at who failed the lie detector twice. The post deals with the very early investigations of Shellie’s murder. The time period in less than one month after the murder. Justice reviewed an email date 9/10/05 in which Bill writes to lt Perry complaining about information they are receiving from neighbors affiliated with the VBPD in which they earned information that the VBPD in which they learned information that the VBPD in what they learned information that the VBPD kept from the family. He specifically alerts Lt Perry that the information learned did not come from the lead detectives, Det Seabold and Det Gonda. Bill speaks of two reports.
Bill in discussing the reports heard speakers of two, one in which the murder weapon was used to describe the 20 head wounds. Justice will redact the weapon and use tool as a weapon.
Bill describes the first report “The police have their man. He failed two lie detector tests. The police are waiting for DNA results to verify their conclusion.” He then describes the second report “The police knew who killed Shellie. the killer hit Shellie’s head 20 times with a tool. The police were waiting for DNA Analysis to wrap up the case.”
The Carson’s did not know who they killer was, as it was not related, however they knew he fail a lie detector test and in the second report he describes a weapon used. Under both reports the waiting for the DNA match was key.
Now Juliet question of who is never revealed (failing 2 lie detector tests) however in the very early stages there is but one suspect, that being “Wolfman.” We also now know that ct was still on the lbm and wasn’t arrested until October 7, 2005 by a special Unit that took him into custody at his home. We also knew that PH was not considered a suspect early on, so that it narrows down who the LE believed killed Shellie. The early belief was that it was Wolfman and they only need to match his DNA to Shellie’s murder.
Is this early blunder the reason why VBPD didn’t follow the protocol and investigated seriously PH and Don T eye witness observing 2 suspicious vehicles at the murder discovery sight 45 minutes prior to Shellie’s body being discovered?
Justice questions why PH vehicle wasn’t impounded and sat for all day Sunday 8/14/05 at the location of the circle where the body was discovered it was released with no investigation of the interior and PH drove it to work on 8/15/05 by 8 am. Justice questions why LE never took it seriously that Don T also observed a lone female on Suffolk lane at 4:06 AM the early morning of Shellie’s murder.
Justice believes that these oversights, mistakes and slip were compounded by the misdirection of the investigation to follow professional standards and protocols. Even when Bill and Justice pushed to have them look at the possibility Shellie was the lone female bike rider. the LE response was well it could have been anybody and never looked at it seriously. Why? my only explanation is they misdirected this information as not viable. With coworkers and gigi information it now looks like the lone female could very well have been Shellie who was going to visit pH, who lived on the same street of Suffolk Lane and he found her body at 6:20 AM 2 hours after Son T observation. Would it be worth the LE to follow up? Or misdirect the investigation in other directions?