It is the community discussion around the missing hour of 6:30pm to 7:31pm which has brought clarity to events leading up to the tragic night she was killed.
For a person who is new to the entire case much of what is going on might seem disjointed, disconnected or rather innocuous. However, for those people who have followed the case, and the severely bizarre investigative practices within it, there is actually a clarity emerging.
A clarity which may even explain the bizarre statements of the chief investigator, DA John Champion.
From literally the first day – Panola County Sheriff Dennis Darby, and DA John Champion, have been claiming an unusual silence amid the “street talk” as they call it. Repeatedly both Darby and Champion have said the silence amid the small town of less than 500 residents was worrisome.
When DA Champion released the timeline last month he stated investigators had interviewed over 120 people and yet the absence of “street talk” remained one of the more perplexing aspects. This continual claim being spoken so reflexively began to raise suspicion of intent.
Was there a specific reason Champion was continuing to make this claim of silence? Was this claim factually correct, or is it part of a deflective cover needed to pull the murderer from the shadows into the sunlight.
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