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Law Enforcement Complicity?
April 15, 2015
1:55 am
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Evan
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     As an objective amateur sleuth I have to say that law enforcement has been woefully inadequate at a minimum and probably criminally negligent with this case. The failure to secure important evidence(the journal), the lack of naming any persons of interest, the lack of interviews with potential witnesses, etc. looks like a cover up of some sort. There must be some sort of law enforcement connection to the death and I believe subsequent cover-up. It certainly seems to be the "elephant in the room" when this case is covered. Did JSV have any connection to law enforcement? Isn't there some outside law enforcement agency that should be answering these questions. Did the victim know something about the Pruen death? Noone goes out and spends $200k on a tractor and then offs themselves. That is laughable. So why would the coroner/law enf. cover that up? Clearly to protect one of their own, which it looks like they're doing with Jodi's death. Furthermore, on the episode of "Disappeared" they talk about an officer that is fired for bringing stuff like this up. Beyond that, their are two potential witnesses who died under murky circumstances. Clearly this is not a random crime. I feel law enf. has tried to give that impression to keep the truth from coming out. I'm not saying the entire PD was in on it, but person(s) in law enf. know what happened. 

     Ultimately, I believe the answer lies in the MOTIVE. Who would want Jodi killed? Why would they want her killed? Was it a serial killer? Was it a serial killer with law enforcement connections. Was it a jealous lover? Was it someone connected to her work as a journalist? People know the answer and are not coming forward. Why? Possibly because they had(have) something to lose in finding the culprit(s). Finally, "loose lips sink ships" comes to mind. Cops are pros at keeping their mouths shut. Why(or has) the leaker of the journal not been subpoaened to disclose the reasoning for the leak. Clearly that was no accident. I really believe people associated with the investigation know the answers to these questions...

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