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has anyone considered
May 20, 2010
3:38 pm
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what about contacting

May 20, 2010
3:47 pm
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Sorry...my first post and I blew it! What I was going to ask is has anyone ever considered contacting a PROVEN crime psychic such as allison dubois?? She has a proven track record in helping police with crimes...

forgive me if this has already been published here, I just found this site after watching an episode of 20/20 today. This seems very very odd to me that there are such few clues after so much time on such a high profile case. Also has anyone ever considered the possibility of a competing anchor, someone perhaps that thought they could move up (in their career) if Jodi was out of the picture??

May 20, 2010
4:49 pm
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Allison DuBois is also a fraud! There are no real "Psychics"! They only exist in fiction, television shows and movies. I do enjoy watching the show "Medium" but it is just for entertainment because they don't exist. If they did really exist, wouldn't you think that there would be no unsolved cases? THERE HAS NEVER BEEN A CASE SOLVED BY ANY PSYCHIC ABILITY!

Sorry, but you need to get someone involved in the crime to squeal if there were no witnesses! Or if you are extremely lucky for someone to stumble onto the body by accident and be lucky enough to have some evidence left on it that would lead real criminal detectives with the tools of science to connect it the the criminals involved.

May 20, 2010
5:13 pm
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A while back I posted about a stalking case in South Florida. It was the mid 80's in the Miami area. I was living in that area for short time. While I was there a newscast regarding stalking caught my attention one evening. As I recall, the case had been on-going for quite a long time. The female anchor doing the reporting was the person being stalked and you could tell she was extremely scared. Bottom line is that they finally arrested the stalker; he turned out to be her co-anchor. So.. one never knows.
Also, in a previous thread regarding cold case squads I made mention of the Vidocq Society (famous for the investigating they do, and bringing cold cases to the front, and in most cases, solving them). Does anyone know if they have ever been contacted by the MCPD, family or friends?
[url=http://www.vidocq.org]The Vidocq Society[/url]
Also.. has anyone in that jurisdiction.. investigators/newspapers/anyone ..ever filed or thought of filing a FOIA against the MCPD? In some cases, much like this one, judges will allow even if the case is 'active'. 15 years is 15 years. I believe a judge would agree that enough is 'not' enough. Just a thought.
Everyone hang in there for Jodi & justice.

May 20, 2010
5:24 pm
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Allison is the same as Robbie Thomas. The only difference is Allison is a smart business person. Robbie is really a wanna-be para-celebrity.

Former FBI profiler, behavioral science expert and MSNBC analyst Clint Van Zandt challenges DuBois's statements about helping law enforcement and putting people on death row, arguing, "If psychics were truly successful and if their results were not simply the consequence of trickery (at worse) or good interviewing skills (at best), then why don't law enforcement agencies have psychic detective squads, a real X-Files Unit, or other ways to integrate these paranormal investigative capabilities?

Each of us can believe what we choose, but in the criminal justice field, crimes are solved by investigation and information— not by rubbing sticks together, huddling over a Ouija Board, or talking to a spirit guide. A 17th-century dowsing sleuth was tested in Paris and failed every test given to him. A 1991 test of a London-based police psychic concerning her ability to use psychometry to solve crimes suggested that she had no such skill. And a standing $1 million reward for anyone who can prove paranormal power still remains unclaimed.

What happens many times is that professed psychics allow themselves the benefit of 20/20 hindsight. After the case is solved, they make their previously vague predictions somehow fit the crime and the criminal.

I've had psychics tell me the victim was killed near a body of water (the murder took place along Lake Michigan, come on…); that the victim was buried in a shallow grave (most killers don't necessarily take the time to dig a “deep” grave); or that the victim was in a remote location (that's right, we haven't found her yet, so she could be somewhere remote)."

That's what Robbie Thomas did. He took an eyewitness statement that stated a white van was seen in the parking lot and said his psychic-vision saw a light coloured van.

For more info on Allison read the article entitled:

[i]There's no good proof the real Medium, Allison DuBois, has ever cracked a case, but her fans don't care[/i] from the Phoenix New Times.

http://www.phoenixnewtimes.com/2008-06-12/news/there-s-no-good-proof-the-real-medium-allison-dubois-has-ever-cracked-a-case-but-her-fans-don-t-care/

She claimed to have helped law enforcement with the Baseline Killers Case. However, Detective Alex Femenia, the lead investigator in the "Baseline Killer" case, followed every tip he got. But DuBois led him nowhere.

Interesting to note, that Robbie Thomas claims to have solved this case also. But Detective Femenia doesn't know who Robbie Thomas is. Neither do any of his colleagues.

The goal of Robbie and Allison is to attach themselves to high-profile cases and use that publicity to gain fame and fortune.

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