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Re: “Searchers find John Glasgow's clothing, ID

The fact that John's scent showed up at the convenience store, the Comfort Inn and the Waffle House can be traced back to the man or men who were hired to kill him. They need to check the guest register for the correct dates and investigate everyone involved, even the aliases used, the cars rented, etc. I would not recommend using the local police, however, Hire a good investigator instead. The fact that the dog found no scent trails leaving John's car tells you that it was placed there, with no fingerprints on it mind you. The fact that the professional investigative team could not find him after weeks of searching also tells you that the body was placed there after they left. Stop looking for zebras when the horse is standing in front of you.

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Posted by Smell the Coffee on 07/26/2016 at 9:14 PM

Re: “Searchers find John Glasgow's clothing, ID

Read everything you find on the Internet about James Freeman and you'll find your answer. John wrote him a letter and 3 days later he's dead, only the body isn't found for 7 years! This guy has "mob" written all over him and the family is right to suspect foul play. John's car shows up at Petit Jean with not a single print on it, not even his own and the police in the area say this is normal. It's not normal and that is ludicrous. This man was murdered and his body placed at the location after the search ended. His notes to Melissa were the clues. He wrote down numbers he knew she already had because they allowed him to. This was a typical mob hit, hired by Freeman. Read also about hired mob hits. This is their pattern. Sorry but I just don't buy the "so depressed he killed himself" explanation. That, too, is ludicrous in this situation.

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Posted by Smell the Coffee on 07/26/2016 at 8:21 PM

 

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