Drunk people fall into rivers. Also, this killer would need to have a 100% success rate as no one has ever reported getting away or falling into the water and surviving. Its just a modus operandi that can be put into use by anyone who knows its intricacies. He was not even seen touching the bridge via camera, his last known area was a dark alley at night. I know that if I had to identify a loved one, I would not do so from looking at an ankle picture - I would demand to see the body.
The biggest question I had is about his intoxication level as seen by his friends or people that saw him last. Maybe he felt like it was a bit too risky and someone could catch him and get grief for it. Season 1, Episode 2 January 26, 2019 Season 1, Episode 2 January 26, 2019 A team of retired detectives travels to Boston to investigate the 2009 death of a young Navy veteran. In any event, there are a few details about this case that strike me as odd. This whole situation just doesn't seem to be adding up no matter I look at it. In case of conflict get in touch with the original file owners or host sites.
Cyril Wecht is a hack conspiracy theorist who will say anything to get on tv. That is the sentiment which fuels the M. Lastly, why was there activity on his PayPal account two days after his disappearance? But yeah come to think of it, it's weird that the ligature marks seemingly wrapped around the back of his neck. To me that was just an awful comparison. The only other possibility is that he entered the water by accident and his neck got caught on something underwater postmortem. They made the analogy that people don't just get drunk and fall into the river because if that were the case there'd be thousands of people who did that every Sunday during Steelers season. Serial killers do not work in the way proponents of this myth stipulate.
I personally don't think that there's enough definitive evidence to make this conclusive, but I'd lean towards the possibility of a homicide. I don't know shit about shit though so there's also that. Could the body have been hung up on something in the river? Ligature mark on his neck that looked to be from strangulation I don't think postmortem because of his fingers. I do not think I will be watching the rest of this. Or, maybe, none of the above.
It's unfortunate that reasonable comments on this issue are few and far between. The color of the markings led him to believe that the marks were made before death. . For him to gone down on the side that he did it would mean he would have to go back up to get across the bridge as he lived on the North Side and that's the direction he was presumably going. The question actually ended up being answered in the second episode of the series. The victim's girlfriend spoke to him just minutes before he vanished and the team believes his death could be the work of the Smiley Face Killers. Also, if the current was so swift, why didn't he travel farther downstream? It seems like this was an open-shut case without any reason analysis.
His presence really hurts a shows credibility in my opinion. This was right after they spent 20 minutes talking about how dangerous this undredged river was. Maybe the point of discovery is exactly where the body was dumped and the smiley was made? We suggest to press pause and let the movie load for a couple of minutes in the background then you can start watching it. Why didn't the parents view the body at any point? This show never talked about that. The one saving grace here is the picture which clearly showed some type of abrasion completely around his neck and the fact that Ceryl Wecht stepped in and said that is indication of something more. Which is why you see these types of murders all around the world.
A team of retired detectives travels to Boston to investigate the 2009 death of a young Navy veteran; the victim's girlfriend spoke to him just minutes before he vanished and the team believes his death could be the work of the Smiley Face Killers. If it were his bank account, it's totally reasonable for a hold to have been placed and then posted in his checking a couple of days after. This man used to be one of the foremost medical examiners and is a well known expert in the field for many many years and said there were no question what these signs indicated. College kids sometimes act strange for any number of reasons. In that case, I'm not sure what would cause the markings under his fingernails. An accident is just that.
And the friend who reported his bizarre behavior weeks before? He was last seen on surveillance around Market Square. I find it too hard to believe that not a single camera could miss him falling off the bridge. This is the front page of Pittsburgh's place on the internet, curated by our community. All contents are provided by non-affiliated third parties. Duquense Blvd, where he may normally go right to go across the Warhol Bridge but it was closed to pedestrian traffic due to construction. I also had wondered about the ligature marks resulting from something in the water. If you look at individual cases, there has been evidence.