In reading the time line of events that morning..Amy Kuns
from the TV station, reported that she had called Jodi at 3:45 am, and woke Jodi up..I am wondering what happened between that call and 4:30 when law enforcement says she was abducted. Would Jodi have taken 45 minutes to get ready? That seems a lot of time since she was already late? Has anyone else been bothered by that time line?
Well Karenza, it seemed everyone was well aware that Jodi was habitually late. You know someone with a responsible job anchoring a morning news show at her age, someone with a drive to keep a diary to motivate herself and a 5 year plan for success. A clueless boss unaware one of his key employees was having the police escorting her back and forth to work for fear of her life. Unaware she was habitually late. A police department claiming not being aware she was having problems yet they were doing the escorting.
Pick one, there are so many conflicting statements from co-workers and police it makes your head spin.
Yes Vinny..some very valid points..Perhaps we will never know ALL the reasons this happened..but I will continue to search for Jodi as
long as it takes. I wonder so many things about this case.
It wasn't 3:45. Kuns called Jodi at 10 after 4. They estimate abduction time to be between 4:30 and 5:00 AM. Just clearing that up for you.
Sorry Navy Boi..I had read in an article way back when, that Amy's call to her was at 3:45..thanks for the clarification! Makes more sense now!
First, Karenza, you are correct. I have read and heard many conflicting articles/sources as to the time Amy first called Jodi. Navyboi, Karenza, and Vinny, this is a good thread.
I want to say that I 100% wish to echo and endorse Vinny's expression of frustration with all this conflicting information. Vinny, I have always felt strongly about everything you mentioned, and I feel like if we could get some clarity about what was going on at the station, in terms of who knew what, we'd cover some ground.
I might have mentioned in previous posts, I have worked as a small market anchor. I did early evening news, and I know that if I had been late just once, that any number of people would have ratted me to the boss, and I would have been fired. I just will never believe that Jodi was so careless about her job. Again, I'm not accusing anyone of lying (I actually don't know what I'm doing-- maybe thinking outloud), but as someone who has anchored and done the same job, I know that I would have been out the door and others would have lined up to take my spot if I made a habit of being late. And I'm sure this is most often the case in most small and large market television stations.
Now, forgive me, but this point needs to be made. . . if your friends are so close to you, they cover for your habitual lateness and enable you to project this professional essense otherwise, wouldn't you think one such friend who loved you so much would have called the police and known something was terribly wrong when you didn't show up to work in time to hit the air? This really bothers me, folks. Why didn't someone at KIMT call the police sooner, particularly if they loved Jodi enough to cover for her, if they valued her so much, and were so close, they would have known she was being stalked and would have been scared when she didn't get there by 5:30.
I'm not trying to put words in Vinny's mouth, but it all goes back to his point about conflicting accounts. . . as we say in the south, "something ain't right."
Perhaps with all their knowledge and investigating this case..could "the cat" or Josh, or Gary tell us what time Ammy first called Jodi?
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