January 25, 2013
During these slow times, I continue to add articles to the archive. If you come across a good article you'd like to see preserved on the website, please send me a link and we'll take a look.
I've noticed the chatter has quieted down quite a bit on the site. I'm hoping we can find some new details in the case to keep people talking about it.
Thanks again for your support.
Josh Benson | Co-Founder, Administrator | FindJodi.com, Inc | firstname.lastname@example.org
Happy new year by the way to both you and Gary and your families.
I have a question, is this a cold case or an active investigation?. If it's an active investigation does this negate the possibility of someone with a cold case background from looking at this case?. If that is a true statement then this case is not meant to be solved, because if it's active how active is it? If not much, then fresh eyes will never get a chance to look at it.
Can the family insist that a cold case unit from MC, Iowa, or somewhere else review the case?. Preferably from outside the area would be ideal.
It's a shame that the site has gone quiet, but not unexpected.
Good questions vinny.
I believe LE has far too much power in these unsolved cases.
Jodi is not LE's child, relative or loved one. She is part of the Huisentruit family
Surely in cases like this, nearing fifteen years of investigation, the family and loved ones of Jodi have the right to have the case referred to a cold case unit.
How can a case be active after fifteen years? Especially when they haven't even be able to nominate a suspect during all that time.
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