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The name!
July 6, 2009
5:36 am
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sixtiesrock
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A witness claimed she heard Jodi call out a name at the time she was attacked.

This name is a closely guarded secret by both the investigators and a few people at this site who know the name.

Why is the name kept secret?

Is it thought to be the name of the perpetrator?

Is it a male or female name?
Is the witness considered to be a reliable witness?

It is claimed Jodi screamed, spoke these words 'No, don't! Please, don't.'".
And then called out a name.

This was a violent abduction and it appears she was hid hard and at speed.
Did she have time to call out much at all.

If a name did come out why has it been deemed necessary to keep that name under wraps for fourteen long years?

July 6, 2009
6:57 am
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Bounty Hunter
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A name would be nice huh.

July 6, 2009
7:06 am
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sixtiesrock
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You could say that Bounty Hunter.:)

February 15, 2010
3:11 pm
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navyboi
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To start off, let me remind you all that almost all the evidence in this case is circumstantial. Without a body the MCPD doesn't have much of a case. This was proven a few years back with the Evelyn Miller case in which they had the body, and they still didn't have evidence to hold up in a court of law.

Secondly, I want you all to reread the forum rules. The forum admins (who know [i]the name[/i]) are obviously protecting themselves for legal reasons. The name will remain a mystery until there is a testimony in a court of law by the person who heard 'the name' that day in 1995. Even then it's still circumstantial. Who knows how credible it really is? (I myself believe it's very credible).

The question shouldn't be what 'the name' is..it should be who involved in the case is still out there desperate to protect the rights they still have?

February 26, 2010
9:38 am
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thecat
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The above post does an excellent job of explaining the circumstances that law enforcement faces in solving the Huisentruit case.

March 7, 2010
7:45 pm
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sixtiesrock
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There was a time when I thought the name was important.
Now I think the opposite, to me 'the name' has only curiosity value.
After all, investigators have known the name for years and that knowledge hasn't advanced their work on this case one inch.

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