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The two glasses an the two beer cans
January 29, 2022
5:02 pm
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MartinSwane
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Did they take any fingerprints off of the glasses and beer cans?  Did not sound like it.  Here's what I think happened. She did not wake and leave her apartment at her normal time.  The two glasses and the two cans of beer indicate to me she had an overnight guest.  A married man.  Someone that had promised her he would leave his wife for her.  Of course he was leading her on and he had no intention of leaving his wife and chidren.  I think they left together that morning after she told him she was going to let his wife know what as going on. An argument insued and he over powered her and killed her,  Her death may even have been an accident. He then disposed of her body. I would begin with the television station and find out who was married or engaged at that time thar may have been seeing Jody.  

February 15, 2022
10:45 pm
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An interesting theory that I had considered was that she may have been seeing a married man. The last work person to see her at the Golf Tournament dinner was her manager at the station. He left before her and told her he'd see her tomorrow. She was sitting at a table  with other guests. She replied, "bright and early". He said he went to check out a building he owned that had been hit by lightening. He's given interviews and I would imagine the police checked out his alibi. Amy had said Jodi was often late and this was not unusual for her. Yet he said he didn't know this, then later said she did come in late sometimes, so he changed her start time from 3:00 to 4:00. Unless it was a different manager who said this, it  would be an inconsistency in his statements. And Amy seemed to believe Jodi was receiving special treatment. It did make me wonder if she might have been having an affair that she told no one about because he was married, and it would have been a loss of their jobs for both of them. 

Then there's that police chief's wife sending a copy of her diary to the newspaper. There seemed to be something she wanted to be known in that diary. Jodi had said she had relationships that stared fast, and then didn't work out. 

I did wonder about a married man. She was very private about her personal dating life to friends. I  wondered if he was there that night, left early, and someone watching her that was upset she was with him took her in a jealous rage.

June 17, 2022
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rm said ...The last work person to see her at the Golf Tournament dinner was her manager at the station. He left before her and told her he'd see her tomorrow. She was sitting at a table  with other guests. She replied, "bright and early". He said he went to check out a building he owned that had been hit by lightening. He's given interviews and I would imagine the police checked out his alibi. Amy had said Jodi was often late and this was not unusual for her. Yet he said he didn't know this, then later said she did come in late sometimes, so he changed her start time from 3:00 to 4:00. Unless it was a different manager who said this, it  would be an inconsistency in his statements. And Amy seemed to believe Jodi was receiving special treatment...

The station manager at the time, John Shine, made statements to the press later that week that Jodi "had never been late to work or missed a day". Shine was simply unaware of the fact at the time. It's not necessarily uncommon for co-workers to cover for things like this.

The boss you're referring to who Jodi had been with on Monday at the golf event was Doug Merbach, her news director.

So, yes, those statements came from two different people.

In our interview with Amy Kuns a year ago, Amy specified that Jodi was "occasionally" late to work, and she gave no indication to us that she felt Jodi received special treatment from management.

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