Post by Scumhunter on Aug 20, 2015 20:53:09 GMT -5
Watched this segment on YouTube- a few more clues- AMW went to a video enhancement center which showed there was a black SUV parked outside before the murder- and another car that left shortly after. This to me suggests to me the possibility that the unknown killer had an accomplice. (Or he switched cars).
The SUV was believed to be a foreign make- it's license plate was on the left side of the car.
Also- one thing that should be mentioned is the 911 call has the unknown suspect's voice on it- I can't figure out how to post it but the link on the Tinley Park site is here:
Post by Scumhunter on Aug 21, 2015 14:08:42 GMT -5
Figured I should at least mention I discovered initially police investigated if there could be a link to the victims and discovered Rhoda MacFarland, the store manager who was one of the victims, belonged to a church where the main Pastor was suspected of engaging in shady real estate deals. The church "decided" to move to Austin, Texas.
Another message board (Websleuths) mentions someone suggesting the Pastor should be investigated on a news story comments section. The user posted a day before the Lane Bryant homicides occurred, and never posted again.
In my opinion this is still a robbery- or a robbery gone awry for a few reasons-
-Rhonda was the person on the 911 call. She never mentioned anything about knowing the suspect.
-The suspect says "I'm losing it" suggesting that he was losing patience. Not that he was there initially to commit a homicide.
-Six years later, police don't mention this lead anymore, suggesting they feel it's a dead end.
However, for the purposes of discussion, I figure I should mention this lead as well.
What I find interesting is it says company officials weren't aware of the slayings. I wonder if this means there was no disclosure law or anything like that.
I personally think a similar store may be too close to home (for example, in the 1990's there was a mass murder of workers at a Queens Wendy's and the store was torn down and replaced by a bank and a few small stores rather than another fast food joint. Another Wendy's or Fast Food would not have felt right). But it is nice to see the charity donation and moment of silence.
The McDonalds in San Ysidro CA where James Huberty killed 21 people in 1984 was torn down with McDonalds donating the property to the city and having a memorial plaque placed at the location. Another McDonalds building was built at a close location away from the property.
Last Edit: Apr 4, 2017 18:34:11 GMT -5 by catchumall