Re: Don't look if you don't want to hear about death
Anonymous (no login) Posted May 5, 2007 2:25 PM
She originally said Anissa was discovered as the sun was coming up, but the detective had phone records (as court ordered evidence,) that showed the phone activity started much later and the flurry even later than that. He used the inconsistancy in her story against her and she broke down and admitted much of it was fabricated. There are still inconstancies in the story probably because of the 12 year old.
Helen Candy Lisa and Paula were all part of the Mission Bay group that went to the beach to get high. They lived 6 miles south of Helen at another golfing comunity. Helen was better friends with Lisa and was in the same school and shared classes with her. But Lisa's sister Paula was more into drugs. The Mission Bay group was befriended by Belinda first who had less to do with her days down in San Diego. Anissa was ga-ga over Belinda's brother.
Larochelle was contacted by the former Oceanside Police officer through his work on the first web sight and sent him the files. He got them from a friend still working at Oceanside, those guys are all exmarines like Larochelle who was also a cop, not sure if he still is or not.
I don't know but assume that the first officer on the scene will have access to the records as long as they are kept when it comes to a death investigation. I think that is probably correct because law enforcement can observe little details that might later prove to be important in the status of the case.
Larochelle did not view the photo save for the original glance and locked it away with his copy of the police files. Neil swiped it and his ass would be grass if he finds out Neil posted it in the files of the other forum. But a friend of hers requested to see her last photo.
I'm summing up threads from the other forum. I did not know any of them personally. Except for email with Neil that is.