Post by тσρтєиhυитєя on Apr 22, 2017 23:03:26 GMT -5
I know this first hand as a high schooler and just because she's 15 doesn't mean she fully comprehends those emotions. At 15 as a young man I'll say I was emotionally manipulated easily and so are millions of other teens by their peers, and that's why paedophiles like going after teens at 14 15 16 years old because they can be easily manipulated. This isn't Elizabeth's fault, people saying it's her fault are just ignorant as hell. Let's look at this for what it is, Tad Cummins is a Paedophile, Elizabeth is the victim, who should at least be given a warm welcome and respect her privacy instead of bashing her.
Post by тσρтєиhυитєя on Apr 22, 2017 10:22:32 GMT -5
This week has been very eventful because of the addition of Bhadreshkumar Patel.
As a Marylander I'm glad Patel and Brad Bishop are currently on the FBI's Ten Most Wanted list, as much as I wish we would never have to use most wanted lists to begin with.
Adding Patel and already having Bishop on the national spotlight, I give the FBI Baltimore, Anne Arundel and Montgomery County police departments credit in their efforts to locate these fugitives. The time is now to get them 😊.
Now personally I think the FBI may add a #11 as every difficult fugitive has been removed from the list and the Current 9 at large are obviously the worst of the worst. Again It may just be a glitch, but then again there's nobody who stands out for removal at this time.
The only fugitives I think the FBI may add are Alejandro Castillo, Stephen Gilbert or Dwight Lewis as they're recent cases.
Post by тσρтєиhυитєя on Apr 22, 2017 0:55:12 GMT -5
Don't know if this is very far fetched theory but I think there is a way Patel could've made it back to India. He could've gotten in contact with some shady characters (likely in California) asking if there would be anyway he can go back to India without the authorities knowing, but costing him a ton of money.
How he would make it to India? A cargo ship.
A criminal group gets paid to take Patel back to India and is forced to live there for a few weeks with basic living needs inside of a container.
But also I think they do inspect these containers beforehand so who knows if Patel went on with this or not.
Post by тσρтєиhυитєя on Apr 19, 2017 23:32:47 GMT -5
This is one of the least publicized case and this seems like something out of a movie. I'm leaning more towards the fact that he may have murdered because someone ordered a hit, either somewhere not far from D.C. or believing the rumors in North Carolina since he did associate a lot with Linwood Gray in the past and a bunch of shady characters.
The only key to knowing what happened is Linwood Gray IMO. In an attempt to see if Gray is still alive I searched up his name and found that he was D.C.'s biggest heroin Kingpin then and he was acquitted in 1979 of the heroin charges, but was back in custody in 1984 for trying to kill a prosecutor in 1978 and several murders.
Post by тσρтєиhυитєя on Apr 19, 2017 12:52:06 GMT -5
Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance
Missing Since: August 31, 1977 from Washington, D.C. Classification: Endangered Missing Age: 43 years old Weight: 230 pounds Distinguishing Characteristics: African-American male. Black hair, brown eyes. Horn's radio name is Bob "Nighthawk" Terry. Bar
Details of Disappearance
Horn was last seen in Washington, D.C. He was missed after he failed to pick up his son at National Airport on August 31, 1977. He has never been heard from again. His dark blue 1976 Oldsmobile Toronado was found abandoned and burned in North Carolina months after his disappearance. Horn was well-known in the D.C. area as a radio personality on the WHUR channel. He disappeared shortly after he quit the radio to form his own production company. In 1978, Horn was indicted for failure to file income taxes during the years 1971 to 1974. Investigators suspect foul play was involved in his case, however. There were rumors that he was murdered, his body dismembered and the parts scattered in North Carolina. These stories have never been confirmed.
In 1979, Linwood Gray, Horn's former business partner, was tried on drug and tax evasion charges. Prosecutors alleged Gray and several co-defendants ran a multimillion-dollar heroin-smuggling ring; Gray, a former mental patient with a long criminal record and a history of violent behavior, testified that he had never been involved with drugs and his money actually came from a series of bank robberies. During his trial, Gray testified that Horn was a drug dealer who was involved with organized crime figures in New York. Gray said he had heard a contract hit had been taken out on Horn's life, but he believed Horn had traveled to the Netherlands, grown a beard and was running a business there. Gray was acquitted of the drug charges, but convicted of tax evasion and sentenced to 20 months in prison. It's unknown whether he was involved in Horn's case.
Horn's disappearance remains unsolved.
Investigating Agency If you have any information concerning this case, please contact: Washington D.C. Metropolitan Police Department 202-727-9099
Mirella Gregori Missing since May 7, 1983 from Rome, Italy Classification: Endangered Missing
Date Of Birth: October 7, 1967 Age at Time of Disappearance: 16 years old Height at Time of Disappearance: 5'5" Distinguishing Characteristics: White female. Brown hair; brown eyes. Circumstances of Disappearance Mirella went out telling her mother she had a date with a former schoolmate of hers. The family have had no news of her since then.
Gregori's disappearance took place during the Cold War; both the Gregori and the Orlandi case led to the Grey Wolves, an extremist Turkish group, claiming to be involved in the abductions and demanding the release of Mehmet Ali Ağca, the assassin who shot and wounded Pope John Paul II in Saint Peter's Square on May 13, 1981. According to Mehmet Ali Ağca's autobiography, the two girls' disappearances as well as the disappearance of Soviet journalist Oleg G. Bitov from the Venice Film Festival on September 9 that same year are closely linked
Circumstances of disappearance
Gregori left her house telling her mother she "had a date" with a former schoolmate. She has not been seen since.
During a visit of the Pope to a Rome parish, on December 15, 1985, Gregori’s mother recognized a man in the papal escort as the person who often came to pick up her daughter at the house. The man was identified as Raoul Bonarelli.
Investigators If you have any information concerning the disappearance of Mirella Gregori, please contact: Questura di Roma Ufficio Minori +39-06-46863214 Email
Any thoughts? As was said in the other thread, this case is speculated to be connected to Emanuela Orlandi.
Case Classification: Endangered Missing Missing Since: June 22, 1983 Location Last Seen: Rome, Italy Physical Description
** Listed information is from the time of disappearance. Date of Birth: January 14, 1968 Age at Time of Disappearance: 15 years old Race: Caucasian Gender: Female Height at Time of Disappearance: 5'5 Weight at Time of Disappearance: Unknown Hair Color: Brown Eye Color: Brown Alias(s) / Nickname(s): Unknown Distinguishing Marks/Features: Unknown Dentals: Not available Fingerprints: Not available DNA: Not available Clothing & Personal Items
Clothing: Unknown Jewelry: Unknown Additional Personal Items: Unknown Circumstances of Disappearance
Emanuela Orlandi disappeared on June 22, 1983 after 19:00 p.m. At the time of her disappearance Emanuela was 15 years old, went to a scientific high school and, in the afternoons, the Ludovico Da Victoria music school in Piazza Sant'Apollinare. The afternoon of June 22, Emanuela arrived at her flute lesson late. Later, at 19.00, she explained her lateness in a phone call to her sister, during which she said she had had a job offer from a representative of the Avon cosmetics company to promote the cosmetics on a fashion show. Her sister suggested that she talk it over with her parents before making any decisions. Emanuela allegedly met with the would-be representative shortly before her music lesson. At the end of the lesson, Emanuela spoke of the matter also with her girlfriend who then left Emanuela at the bus stop, in the company of an unknown girl who has never been identified.
Someone supposedly saw her get into a large, dark-colored car. From that moment Emanuela vanished. Her family immediately published notices in the newspapers. Anonymous callers to Italian media said they had kidnapped Emanuela and would free her if Italy released Mehmet Ali Agca, who is serving a life sentence for shooting the Pope John Paul II on May 13, 1981. No links were however established by the police. Emanuela has never been found.
If you have any information about this case please contact; Agency Name: Questura di Roma, Ufficio Minori Agency Contact Person: Unknown Agency Phone Number: 39-06-46863214 E-Mail
(Theories from Wikipedia)
Over the years a number of theories regarding the motives for the crime have been broached in the Italian press.
Orlandi-Ağca connection theory Edit Ağca, who once declared that Orlandi had been kidnapped by Bulgarian agents of the Grey Wolves, a Turkish ultra-nationalist, neo-fascist youth organization of which Ağca was a member, spoke about Orlandi during a prison interview with Italy's RAI state television, telling the interviewer that the girl was alive, not in danger, and living in a cloistered convent. He denied any direct knowledge of the girl's fate, though, saying that he had made "some logical deductions". With no evidence to support these claims, the case was closed in July 1997.
In mid-2000, Judge Ferdinando Imposimato, based on what he had learned about the Grey Wolves, declared that Orlandi, by then an adult, was living a perfectly integrated life in the Muslim community and that she had probably lived for a long time in Paris. He remains the only supporter of this idea and of the Orlandi-Ağca connection.
In a letter published in 2006, Ağca claimed that Emanuela Orlandi and another girl, Mirella Gregori, both of whom vanished in 1983, were abducted as part of plan to secure his release from prison. He claimed that the girls were whisked away to a royal palace in Liechtenstein. Ağca was temporarily released from an Istanbul prison after serving 25 years in Italy and Turkey for the murder of Abdi İpekçi, a prominent Turkish journalist. However, he was quickly imprisoned again, the release seemingly a "mistake". Ağca was permanently released from a Turkish prison in January 2010.
On 9 November 2010, Mehmet Ali Ağca was interviewed by state television in Turkey-TRT's Kozmik Oda Program for the first time after his release the prior January. In that interview as well as declaring that the Vatican organized the assassination attempt he also said that Orlandi was kept as a prisoner by the Vatican (for Ağca) and was then living in a Central European country as a nun in a Catholic monastery. He added that Orlandi's family could see their daughter whenever they liked, but that she was not allowed to leave the monastery. (Reference, TRT 2, and Milliyet)
De Pedis theory Edit In 2011, the former Banda della Magliana member Antonio Mancini implied that Orlandi's kidnapping was one of a number of strikes that the gang was making against the Vatican in order to force the restitution of large amounts of money they had lent to the Vatican Bank through Roberto Calvi's Banco Ambrosiano. On 14 May 2012, Italian police exhumed the body of gangster Enrico De Pedis, having received a tip-off that the tomb contained clues as to the fate of Emanuela
Vatican sex scandal theory
Wikinews has related news: Top exorcist says schoolgirl was kidnapped for Vatican sex ring In May 2012, exorcist Gabriele Amorth claimed that Emanuela was kidnapped by a member of the Vatican police for sex parties, then murdered. Amorth claims that the incident also involved the officials of an unnamed foreign embassy.
Any thoughts? This was one of the first cases I came across back then and one that keeps me up at night and it may be connected to Mirella Gregory's disappearance.
Post by тσρтєиhυитєя on Apr 19, 2017 9:46:36 GMT -5
My reaction to his death is....... what a waste. He threw his life away by going back to his past life when being in the NFL could have been his golden ticket to settle down and do good. He played well, but couldn't keep himself out of trouble. Imagine what was going through his mind last night thinking about ending himself, he knew he f**ked up but wouldn't survive in prison. He took the same way out as Ariel Castro and the timing is very suspicious. Also since this is 1 of the 2 trending topics that is being talked about heavily. i feel like we shouldn't hate the man but what he did, clearly it was wrong and he paid the price because it tormented him. Let it be clear to anyone that he will now be an example of a success story turned murderer and everyone should avoid being like or try their best to.