Another Eva Marie Fiedler article

I found this article on the Eva Marie Fiedler case. The cop in charge of looking for her was interviewed and there were some interesting details about the investigation. The police nearly caught up with Eva and her mom a couple of times, but they were always able to stay one step ahead.

The cop says the abuse allegations Nancy Fiedler is now making are untrue and she never filed any criminal complaints or protective orders like she’s claiming now. Snort. I’m not surprised.

6 thoughts on “Another Eva Marie Fiedler article

  1. Princess Shantae October 10, 2010 / 10:30 am

    This might also go some way to explain why Eva and her father didn’t get along on their first phone call. Eva was raised by somebody who is a manipulater and a liar. Its not surprising she has at least a few of Nancy’s traits. Sad but true.

    • Meaghan October 10, 2010 / 10:34 am

      I can only hope she gives her father a chance. She needs some time to absorb the news, I think.

  2. Jaime October 10, 2010 / 12:33 pm has article and video on Arlin Henderson’s case. His mother has been diagnosed with breast cancer and she wants resolution with her sons case.

  3. deuce5000 October 10, 2010 / 11:35 pm

    If the mother believed she was protecting the child from abuse, she could have kept her hidden until the child was 18, at which point any custody rulings would expire. That way, even if she’d been kept pretty much hidden from the world until that age–homeschooled, perhaps, and barred from driving or having a job–she could try to lead a normal life.

    By keeping her child in the dark for 13+ more years, apparently shielding her from anything that would require her to have a license, photo ID, or SSN, it’s clear that the mother was more concerned with not getting arrested than with her daughter’s own well-being (had she told the daughter at 18 and turned herself into authorities, her story might be more believable, and I imagine some sort of clemency would have been granted).

    The mother seems like a master manipulator who convinced her daughter not to ask too many questions about the odd circumstances of her life. Without the daughter, the mother feared she’d be completely alone, so she kept her daughter dependent upon her even into adulthood.

    It also seems that in the small town where they lived, the mother may have set her daughter up with a job where she didn’t need documents and kept her there.

  4. Zoe October 11, 2010 / 3:02 am

    I hope she gives the father a chance too. Would be hard to establish a relationship with a parent you probably hardly remember and haven’t seen in years and have possibly been told lies about tho … easier to stay in denial.

    Poor girl anyway, fancy finding out about all that just before your wedding!

  5. Elyse December 1, 2010 / 9:19 am

    I am so sorry everyone feels the need to judge this mom & daughter…
    Actually there were abuse reports filed against the father. The system
    did not protect women in the early 80’s. I know all this because I was
    there from the beginning. The truth will surface…thankfully the girl never
    had to associate with such an abuser/liar of a father!!!

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