WPD Media Advisory
Sunday, April 27, 2008
WPD Released Statment: Human skeletal remains were found Saturday afternoon by passersby in a wooded area behind the 3500 block of Carolina Beach Road. The scattered remains appear to be from two individuals.
Remains were removed from the scene yesterday. The search for additional evidence continues today.
An initial decision was made to withhold basic information until there is confirmation from the medical examiner's office about at least a few preliminary details -- length of time the remains may have been there, possible cause of death, age, gender, etc. WE KNOW VERY LITTLE AND CANNOT CONFIRM ANY OF THESE DETAILS AT THIS TIME.
The original decision to postpone release of information for a brief time was out of regard for any family, anywhere, that is missing a loved one. Knowledge that unidentified remains have been found leads to speculation and unnecessary pain for all but those whose loved ones may eventually be accounted for.
Additional details will be released as information is confirmed wrote WPD Spokesperson Lucy Crockett.
Marc has been working the Allison Foy case. Allison was last seen July 30, 2006 at closing time in Junction Pub and Billiards on Carolina Beach Road. Hopefully the evidence found and collected today will confirm Marc's suspicions and bring an end to some of the questions that the family of Allison have been tortured with for the past two and a half years.
KIDS GETTING PREGNANT, KIDS HAVING SEX, 16 YEAR OLDS GETTING MARRIED, LOCK YOUR DOORS IT'S THE SECTS POLICE!
When I saw this video a year ago I was shocked. How could a young girl be so excited about her pregnancy? I remember when my wife and I went to see her OB doctor and in walked a girl all of maybe 12 with her belly sticking out about 9 months worth, just talking and talking with her mom. Shouldn't she have her head hanging down low, silent, ashamed? Damn, aren't there laws against this sort of stuff? Yes there are. And no where on earth is that more apparent than in El dorado, Texas where on the suspicion that there may be some pregnant children roaming about over 400 children were kidnapped by the State and forced into a culture as familiar to them as the world of the aboriginal pygmy tribes are to you.
The military style maneuver of the 500 or so heavy armed governmental officials into the private compound of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (FLDS) splinter group, the Yearning for Zion Ranch in El dorado, Texas to seize and transplant some 400 minor children in order to gynecological examine, to question, to swab for DNA, to separate, isolate, vaccinate, change the diets of, dress, sit in front of TV, breathe cigarette smoke on, photograph, fingerprint, threaten, and to shame those they purport to protect. A woman whose entire life outside the compound has been obsessed with spreading the gospel about the evil ways of the FLDS, exposing the cultish ways and the perverse teachings of Mormon polygamist Warren Jeffs.
In the middle of the night, Carolyn Jessop packed up her children and fled a marriage to a man 32 years older than she was. There was just one problem. "I had nowhere to go," she said Tuesday. She drove from the Fundamentalist LDS border towns of Hildale, Utah, and Colorado City, Ariz., headed for Salt Lake City. "I just felt like, worst-case situation, I'll start knocking on doors until I found a total stranger who would take me and my eight children," Jessop said. She had left behind the only life she knew — as Merril Jessop's fourth wife — headed for an unknown future outside of the cloistered FLDS Church. "It was pretty scary," she said of her situation. Now, Jessop is telling her story in a book that is garnering her an award — before it even hits store shelves. Jessop's book, "Escape," is a memoir of her life inside and outside of the FLDS Church. At age 18, she married Jessop — then 54 — and over the course of 15 years bore him eight children.
Supposedly Rozita Swinton began calling Jessop and convincing her that Swinton was a 16 year old girl name Sarah who was being raped by her older husband on the El dorado compound. Swinton relayed the reports of the calls to Texan authorities who determined that even though the caller was anonymous and that the call did not originate from the compound and that there was no prior evidence of any abuse collected by the authorities, the caller, "Sarah" was legit. But of course no one knew that Sarah was Rozita Swinton who is a mentally ill 33 year old woman that is awaiting trial on two other phoned in hoaxes. One of the local charges against Ms. Swinton, for which she was arrested, are based on evidence she placed a false 911 call claiming to be a 12-year-old girl imprisoned and abused while held captive in a basement. That call sent Colorado Springs police on a frantic race against time that resulted in 12 private homes being searched and many hundreds of people's lives disrupted.
I can't help but think the world is coming to an end. On one hand we have Britney Spears' younger sister getting pregnant and barely teens posting their ultrasounds on their myspace webpages to update their friends on the baby's development. Proud mothers. On the other hand we have a cult of fanatisism targeting those who fantasize that they might prey upon children, such as those caught in the Dateline NBC "To Catch a Predator" campaign and those eager to save little girl virtue by laboring against the Constitution with illegal searches and seizures. Yet where were these people when 7 year old Kayla Allen was being beaten or when 18 year old Maria Lauterbach was raped? Where were the pot and pan bangers when 12 year old Dakota Fanning strips and grinds to Elvis? And what about the boys? Remember them? The run -aways, the gang bangers, the high school drop outs? Remember them? The impregnators, the probationers, the prison inmates. What about rescuing them? Pull a few strings to yank them out of their depressing environment and place them into isolation and deprogramming. Or is this just about virgin white girls? Girls who over time can give birth to 10 just like them. Scares the crap out of Texas but how many girls elsewhere are living in disavantaged houses, communities getting little to no education, no parental support? What about them? Does Texas want to take on the projects? Or is it as I said, a virgin white girl thing?
This is a question for one of our Presidential candidates, what is the right thing to do when kids familiar environment is not conductive to the realization of the optimal expectations regarding safety and protection. What do we do when a community tests low on the acceptable parenting scores? What is the right amount of evidence needed to "rescue" a child from a dangerous environment?
One out of every 94 males born in the US today will be diagnosed with Autism. There is a battle brewing about the cause. Federal Courts just recently acknowledged that Autism, in one case, was caused by governmentally mandated vaccines. Should an environmental factor be the cause for this cruel illness, which has no cure, what effort will be dispatched to rescue these children and all other children facing the same destructive environmental factors? What headlines are sexy enough to bring about so many gallant protectors to save millions of children and hundreds of billions of dollars? Too bad over 2,000 newspapers had headlines that said, "Sect Leaders Force Children to Marry Old Men" and not "AUTISM LINKED TO VACCINES." But then this whole save the children effort is really about politics and not really about the safety of kids. If you don't believe me where is the evidence in Texas? Kids are definately getting screwed, all kids and since when hasn't that been the case?
"Was not Abraham our father justified by works, when he offered up his son Isaac upon the altar?" (James 2:21, R.S.V.)
Polygamist Call Was A Hoax
Authorities were looking for who they thought was a 16-year-old girl that tipped them off saying she was forced to marry a 50-year-old man at a polygamist compound in Texas.
Authorities couldn't find that girl and now we may know why.
A Colorado Springs woman was arrested on charges of false reporting to authorities and is being investigated for her alleged involvement in the call that tipped authorities off to possible abuse at the Texas polygamist compound.
Police say they arrested 33-year-old Rozita Swinton at her home on Wednesday. The Texas Rangers were in Colorado Springs apparently as part of their investigation involving the compound in Texas.
They left and have not filed any charges on Swinton and the Colorado Springs Police spokesman said he could not discuss any aspects of the Texas case.
Swinton has been arrested before on charges of making false reports to authorities. According to records the charge against Swinton was made in connection to calls received by police in February indicating she was 13 years old and trapped in a basement-- all a lie. LINK
The News & Observer is reporting today, what we suspected a month ago, that UNC student body president Eve Carson was alive and with the two killers at the ATM. Look at the above picture and see if you can see a face to the left of the headrest.
Our look into this
Carolyn Ann Futrell, convicted Wednesday of a Felony manslaughter charge was basically sentenced to time served. She had already spent over 2 years in jail prior to being bonded out to await trial. Futrell is now historically guilty of being the person responsible for the death of 7 year-old Kayla Allen. Many sitting on the jury had no idea that she would not have to immediately go to prison for a couple of years. One might assume that because the jurors only spent 6 hours deliberating the charges, the lesser charge that even Carolyn herself agreed on must have been a quick way for the jurors to go home. Why else? Because the evidence was so lacking that there was no way to convict Futrell on First Degree Murder? I doubt it. But it was a tough decision to make, the defense did an excellent job muddying the water. So the fat lady has sung and it is all over now but the bitterness which has reached a peak on both sides of the aisle. Fortunately or unfortunately 100% of the jurors were unable to agree with one another on the guilt of Futrell. Fortunately though, the ultimate justice is not in the jury's hands, it is where the real truth lies. I would imagine that Kayla's estate will sue Futrell and attach a lien against any future income. By sitting in court for over a week listening to testimony important to the civil suit against the Onslow County Department of Social Services I am convinced that DSS shares a large responsibility for the death of sweet Kayla. This is a long way from being the last we ever hear about Kayla Allen.
Mark chapter 6, in verses 17 and 18, the Lord is saying: "And these signs shall follow them that believe; In My name shall they cast out devils; they shall speak with new tongues; They shall take up serpents; and if they drink any deadly thing, it shall not hurt them; they shall lay hands on the sick, and they shall recover. " Believers can be murdered though.
For two years Carolyn Langford-Ochoa-Allen-Futrell sat in the Onslow County jail thinking about how best to defend herself on capital murder charges filed against her for the poisoning death of 7 year old Kayla Allen. After her release she continued working on her defense with her public defenders Rick Miller and Kevin Peters for another 2 years while she worked for Chloride in Burgaw, NC. During a total of nearly 5 years Ms. Langford-Ochoa-Allen-Futrell had plenty of time to think of how she would answer the question, "Did you kill Kayla Allen? "
Well, when the time came to answer that question Ms. Langford-Ochoa-Allen-Futrell said, "I would never." I would never? How about "I DID NOT kill Kayla Allen"? What the hell does "I would never" mean?
It is just this sort of language that frustrates me when I look for reasons to support the recent guilty verdict of involuntary manslaughter and not a NOT GUILTY decision on the First Degree Murder charge.
Just like when asked if she ever "popped" Kayla in the mouth for "sassing" her and the defendant answered, "I mean it's not like it knocked her off her feet or anything." By the way, according to Ms. Langford-Ochoa-Allen-Futrell, Kayla was reported to be either a year and a half or three years old, she couldn't remember.
She also couldn't remember or didn't have an excuse for why the 911 call came at 11:14 when she testified she was checking on Kayla so that they could get to the 11 AM service at church when she discovered her laying in bed. The best the defendant could come up with was that after washing loads (plural) of laundry, taking a 30 minute shower, (must be a huge hot water heater) dressing, eating popcorn, and watching television she walked into Kayla's bedroom thinking Kayla must have fallen asleep. It was time to go to church and Kayla isn't answering. Ms. Langford-Ochoa-Allen-Futrell walks in touched Kayla's leg, turns her over and sees vomit, blood and smells "pee and poop" right before she "freaks out." "It's a sight I wouldn't want to put on anybody, they wouldn't have to see it."
"I would never harm Kayla"
So, so far Ms. Langford-Ochoa-Allen-Futrell says she "wouldn't" hurt Kayla, not didn't hurt Kayla, but "wouldn't" and that she would like to hide Kayla's body. I believe that's what she meant by saying "It's a sight I wouldn't want to put on anybody, they wouldn't have to see it." It's as if the death hasn't taken place yet in Carolyn's mind.
But what is the most troubling is the lack of the ability to recognize time. The recollection of time varied from report to report and even in court she failed to answer the simple question, "what time were to planning on leaving for church?" Let's just say that the defendant was planning on getting to church exactly at 11, it is a 5 minute drive, a couple of minutes to park and walk inside. You would have to leave sometime before 11. Perhaps 10 minutes till 11. Yet the 911 call came 14 minutes AFTER 11. 24 minutes of WHAT???? "Freaking out?"
And just like no one could remember what time the two boys and husband Greg left Sunday morning to go to hunting class, "before the sun came up" even though an alarm clock must have been set, apparently no one on the jury remembered much of anything either. People on witness stands who experienced a particular action at a specific time on a day when a member of their household dies a sudden and painful death DO NOT forget time. They may have a difference in opinion about a specific time but it is almost impossible for EVERYONE to forget what time they were going to church, what time they went to wake Kayla, what time they left the house... "I don't know, I remember it was still dark." Was it 1 AM ?
Go ahead Carolyn wipe those crocodile tears off your face, you are not guilty of intentionally killing an innocent child. Congratulations. Good thing I didn't bet on the verdict, if I would have, I would be bankrupt because I would have bet the entire ranch on the jury finding her guilty of First Degree Murder. But then what do I know?
"I AIN'T NO QUEER."
Apparently Sheriff Sid Causey pissed off Erase the Hate, a gay advocacy organization, for using homophobic words to describe his relationship with Wilmington Police Chief Ralph Evangelous. There was a scheduled day of silence on April 14 to protest the Sheriff's insensitivity towards gay and lesbian civil rights. Flyers such as the one seen above have been spotted in gay clubs and in mailers. At this time there is no indication whether or not Causey was calling Evangelous gay or if Causey was just admitting he is gay since, "I ain't no queer" is actually a double negative which of course means that Causey said "I am queer" Calls to OUTWILMINGTON have not been returned. More on this later.
THE REMAINS OF PAMELA WALDHER HAVE BEEN FOUND IN HARNETT COUNTY ...ANOTHER YOUNG COUNTY WOMAN REMAINS MISSING
Pamela Waldher went missing January 2005. Her story can be found on NC WANTED and on our blog site crime.blogs.com.
On January 5, 2006 Harnett County resident Susan Renee Andersen, 19, did not come home from work. Her family has not heard from her since. The Harnett County Sheriff's Office claim they spoke with someone purporting to be Susan in May of 2006. The Harnett investigators closed the case after that even though they did not have any proof of life that would have required law enforcement to visually identify her. The CUE Center for Missing Person's was recently asked, by the Andersen family, to help in the search for their missing daughter. Since CUE's involvement in July the Sheriff 's Office has reopened the missing person case. After that, the Sheriff's Office has refused to respond to repeated phone calls and email messages. The family assumes the investigators have failed to locate Susan or any one who has seen her since she failed to return home after work January 5, 2006. CUE Center Press Release