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    I think this is a strange case. We have a congressman lying about his "knowing" the girl. According to reports she called him like 25 times from her cell phonethe day before she disappeared. Now the D.C. cops say he is not a suspect. Well I know you can't say he is a suspect but do you have to say he is not a suspect. I read there was nothing missing in her apartment which rules out robbery. Well I want to help the D.C. police a little. Just put the congressman on the box and see what he does. I am sure he will do fine.
    Let me do some profiling for you see if this gives you a lead.
    What you need to look for is a D.C. resident who has a history as a sexual predator. He likes young endowed interns, and he also has a history of violence. Has a history of friends dying around him. Might have held political office in the past.
    Well hope that helps.



    [This message has been edited by RT (edited 06-24-2001).]

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    IIRC from the few news reports I've seen on the case, when her apartment was searched, her luggage, clothes, and keys were missing. This doesn't seem as though someone unknown to her came to her apartment and abducted her. It sounds as though she left with someone she knew or was going to meet someone she knew. She could have been a victim of a random act of violence, or the person she knew could have killed her. There's also the possibility she just ran away.

    I don't think too many sexual predators are skilled enough to take the time to dispose of cars in a way that they won't be found. They know that unless there are witnesses, if they have no connection to the victim then there is little chance they will be caught. I find it hard to believe such a person would take the time to dispose of the car and body so cleverly that they wouldn't have been recovered yet.

    In reference to the congressman being a suspect; until the case goes from a missing person investigation to a criminal investigation there are NO suspects. If they don't believe a crime has been committed, then there aren't suspects.

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    • #3
      I thought they found her stuff packed as tho she were goign somewhere.
      This case reminds me of the case of Anne Marie Fahey. A prominent lawyer, Thomas Capano, is now on death row for her murder. But, it took awhile to prove he did it, 4 years if I rememeber correctly.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Mitzi:
        I thought they found her stuff packed as tho she were goign somewhere.
        This case reminds me of the case of Anne Marie Fahey. A prominent lawyer, Thomas Capano, is now on death row for her murder. But, it took awhile to prove he did it, 4 years if I rememeber correctly.
        yes i heard the same thing Mitzi. her money was there and everything. and the first thing i thought of also was the Capano case, which was very close (Delaware) to me here in Jersey. also a friend used to work for Capano so we followed the case closely.
        "You did what you knew how to do...and when you knew better, you did better." ~~Maya Angelou

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        • #5
          The senator had something to do with it, common sense tells us he was reeeal good friends with her. And maybe she wanted a little more from him and he got scared and had someone bump her off. Just an opinion

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          • #6
            I think her bags were left at her apartment along with her purse and cell phone. The only thing missing were her car keys. If some street thugs did it they would have found the body by now, I agree. Also somebody would have jumped on the $25 reward too. I heard in the original story she had a boyfriend in the F.B.I. Being it was the day of seperation any love interest have to be suspect.

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            • #7
              Anne Marie Fahey was killed by Thomas Capano because she was trying to break up with him. This case sounds like someones career or marriage was at stake. I hope they find out soon what happened to her.

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