Written by Clarke Kent
In Lois Lane’s interview with Anon XWF (Anon Ex-Wife’s Friend) leaves us on the realization from K that the moment her mother rescued her from BB home was when she knew the marriage was over. After the rescue the mother returned the next day to BB house and secured the rest of her things as well as the blue Ford Focus. She described BB reaction as “not a happy camper.” He repeatedly called her and “left a thousand hateful messages. She secured and was granted a “restraining order” against BB. She described that prior to the restraining order BB complained about not having his car which was purchased by K and she finally allowed him to get the car back and she reveals her story of his reaction. When she went to drop off the car to him, he started taking pictures of her new car and license plate and she asked him what he was doing and he said he was “keeping inventory.” She thinks it was weird and scared her and she just wanted him to leave her alone. She tried giving him the car would get him to stop calling her everyday and bothering her. Her plan obviously didn’t work. He left threatening messages over and over and wouldn’t stop calling her. This prompted her getting a “restraining order.” So K filed for divorce and because of the restraining order, she had to go to the 2nd precinct to meet BB to sign and finalize her divorce. BB leaves and then K learns a bombshell that her ex-husband was in fact the prime suspect in Shellie’s murder. This revelation was learned directly by a conversation between K and the detective that lived in the BB neighborhood.
Lois Lane artfully introduces how K learned about BB being a Prime Suspect. I will quote from her report directed to me with the exact wording K is getting ready to leave the second precinct “She was approached by a detective who came up to her and asked her is she recognized her.”
“She did. It was BB’s next door neighbor. The detective. She asked K if she had anything that she wanted to share that she had learned about Shellie’s Murder. She wanted to talk about whether or no BB had ever said or done, or had she ever seen or heard anything to make her think BB was involved. the only thing she Could say about that was that she asked him point-blank one time if he knew anything about Shellie’s murder. He adamantly said no. But his story always changed. Not a lot. But always little differences or variations of the same basic story. Like it had been rehearsed, And some line forgotten over the months. K then asked the detective if she was working on the Shellie Carson murder case and she said that she was. Wow, what a coincidence that you live next door to her fiance, one of the main Suspects. The detective told her it was not a coincidence at all and that she was working and watching BB and his family.”
The bottom line is that the VBPD suspected BB as the prime suspect from the beginning thereby putting a detective to watch BB and his family. Sounds very serious, however almost 14 years later there is still no progress identifying the killers of Shellie Carson. Obviously they couldn’t create enough evidence for a conviction on BB or anyone else. What is your evaluation of learning that the le at least in the beginning considered BB a prime suspect. Does it tell us anything? Please read Lois Lane’s report several times and your comments and thoughts are appreciated. You may even have knowledge of other incidents that may be key to solving this brutal murder.