Post by Helen Dagner on Mar 6, 2014 2:15:18 GMT -5
www.leelanaunews.com/ Jill Robinson 37 years. No answers. Sister’s murder, reports of link to North Fox haunt S-B woman Alene Strole did not move to Leelanau County to get closer to North Fox Island, which may have been where her sister died. More... ** --When I found out this Gal was going to be writing a story about North Fox Island,I was shaking my head saying no one will want to read that BS....But the author was clever enough to find a way--Just attach the Oakland County Child Murders,to it,even though they have nothing to do with Fox Island except in the mind of conspiracy thinkers.. ****But she wonders at the forces that brought her here — and the forces that have kept authorities from finding the Oakland County child murderer through the more than 37 years that have lapsed since her sister’s death.
I guess everyone wants a piece of the OCCK Cash-$$$ It is a sad thing,when a newspaper wants cash up front to view a story about a Child Serial Killer Victim,but as we have learned time and again,it takes all kinds of people to make up this world.... An online subscription is required to view this content.
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Post by Helen Dagner on Mar 6, 2014 14:36:44 GMT -5
So those Fox Island Boys Brought Jill back to Dump her body on I-75 at the Troy Police Dept??-I don't think so! -Jill- ***** Pick up and Drop Off Maps By John Hastings *The body was placed within sight of the Troy police station, once again, laid out neatly in the snow. The dump site appeared to be chosen deliberately as a taunt by the killer. Almost daring the police to try and stop him. The grisly discovery was made by a passing motorist on his way home to share Christmas with his children. The case was handled improperly due to the original belief that Jill had been a run away, and lots of evidence in her case was lost or accidentally destroyed. Neither the state police crime lab nor the sheriff's department crime lab were called to the scene *
Post by Helen Dagner on Mar 7, 2014 17:07:14 GMT -5
Spidey’s Testimony Witness to Jill’s Bike
After a two-year break, HD Archives returns with more videos.
This first one details the mystery of Jill’s bike and how it came into the police possession. Using the screen name ‘Spidey’ his true story of riding Jill’s bike along with a friend has been around the internet for years but this is the first time he speaks up about the incident. Being only 9 years old at the time, he was never suppose to hang out around Woodward but he did. His mom would have killed him if she ever knew the truth even today. Him and his friend found a girl’s bike leaning against a tree in the middle of the Woodward medium unattended by anyone and decided to ride it home. After a short ride they decided that it wasn’t right and left the bike behind a building (28168 Woodward Ave.) They notified the person inside this building of the suspicious bike, which in turn this clerk called the police about it. At this time it was just a stolen bike and the importance of it was unknown until days later by anyone including the police. The police recovery of exactly where this bike was recovered was lost back then and was never really recorded correctly. In fact the very information about the bike’s recovered whereabouts in the Royal Oak newspaper days later was totally wrong. In fact the location given in the newspaper (East of Jill’s home and in downtown area) never made any real sense relative to her home and Woodward Avenue. The police didn’t know the significance of the bike until Karol Robinson came to identify it. Then the Royal Oak police turned the bike over to the Troy police. Even today the myths of where Jill’s bike was found varies as much as there are OCCK suspects. Folklore has it that the bike was even recovered by police right at Tiny Tim’s Hobby Shop at 13 Mile and Woodward, which is the most unlikely place! Had it been true, there would have been all kinds of witnesses and the case would have been solved long ago. Spidey did try to contact Detective Cory Williams in 2007 to set the record straight about Jill’s bike as he was nudged by Helen to come forward. That did not go over well though with Mr. Williams as too many years has passed for the cold case and no one cares about establishing any concrete facts about this case anyway. Old official records of where the police thought the bike was recovered in Royal Oak cannot be challenged with new information. Things simply do not work that way in police work! Plus they are still too busy chasing Ted and Chris shadows from the Cass Corridor and Fox Island connections. Does Spidey’s fingerprints really match to any type of trace on Jill’s bike? Very likely the answer is ‘Yes’ if there was ever any real forensics done on it but I guess the world will never know! Perhaps Jill’s bike was even lost in police storage through the years and the data taken from it is probably buried forever just like the victims?