IN CHILD DOE: BM, 5-8, found by mushroom hunters in "very secluded" area of Washington Co., IN - 16 April 2022

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Guess Who

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Guess Who

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In that case, all the more reason not to just conveniently lose a child. My opinion.
those families are notorious for moving to another state as soon as it happens. The family could have up and moved and nobody where they moved to even knows there's a child missing from the family unit and previous jurisdiction is just glad they don't have to fund a case against them.
 

Cousin Dupree

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I can only guess they are downplaying it as much as possible as to sound like it isn't murder or neglect so that the culprit comes forward thinking they can give a story and not be in as much trouble... Oh my child died of an illness and I panicked... If that's the case it isn't working and I don't think it is going to work...

That still doesn't explain releasing the image or more about him.
 

GrandmaBear

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They really are way too quiet on this case and it seems to have little noticeable coverage or publicity when it is a recent death and a child who needs an identity and name!!! I've never done it but can't you reverse like a photo or image to look for it online? Maybe wouldn't work, maybe you need the actual alive photo but couldn't they try to match the face, maybe on someone's FB if their child or something? Or is that not how that works? I know little about it...
 

GrandmaBear

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Larger image of the suitcase for our thread.

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I am looking back at this picture. First time I am noticing the wheels. Would you call this an OLD suitcase as to manufacturer date? Would you call it a cheap or good one as to wheels? The wheels look small to me but then they may not be plastic and may be metal, steel etc.,but they look so little compared to nowadays to the size of the suitcase but if metal... And so may be an older case? Doesn't everything now have like black wheels and likely plastic and probably bigger? And probably more ball type wheels etc.? No expert but just saying those kind of wheels I probably wouldn't see in line at an airport these days would I much?
 

GrandmaBear

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Something just occurred to me.

Maybe LE isn't saying much because this child was being trafficked into the United States from the southern border? Washington County is 2 counties north of the IN- KY state line.
They certainly have alluded to being possibly from out of the country more than once... It is in some ways slipped in without being made a point of and yet it is unusual in a case to see such mentioned in almost a subtle way which in the very same breath makes it notable imo... One could almost read it and think nothing of it but that's exactly what seems a bit odd...

So are you thinking they are looking at something bigger like a trafficking ring...? Big crime circles I tend to think are pros, like mafia, etc. One would almost think they wouldn't have used a Vegas suitcase but something that blends and maybe not one at all and just have disposed of him in a large body of water, etc. or something... Or am I just assuming...?

And bringing him in where it is largely small and a white demographic mostly seems a bit risky no...? But then that would I guess throw a scent off too maybe...

All I have to say is they had better be on this and have a major lead as a reason for no pic, clothing description, etc. and that's why the quiet because it is notable the lack of info and attention this is getting!!!
 

RoundPeg

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Unless the family was too poor to afford a burial.
That's possible. But at least in this area, you just don't hear of families abandoning bodies in the woods due to lack of finances. I need to check something, hopefully I can edit in a bit.

You can get a direct cremation in this area for $800 or less. There are also state funds available for indigent circumstances.
 
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Guess Who

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That's possible. But at least in this area, you just don't hear of families abandoning bodies in the woods due to lack of finances. I need to check something, hopefully I can edit in a bit.

You can get a direct cremation in this area for $800 or less. There are also state funds available for indigent circumstances.
But if somebody was already under some kind of scrutiny, they sure wouldn't be applying for aid to open up even a bigger inquiry.
 

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