I got an email that just said: “this is not true about [one of my missing people].” That’s all.
The subject line was “Schelly” and I can’t figure where that came from. It doesn’t seem to have anything to do with the case the writer is referring to — the MP’s name isn’t Schelly and no one by that name is mentioned in the casefile. And the writer is apparently some guy named Joseph.
Um, what’s not true? Would you mind elaborating, kind sir? I can’t fix a mistake if you don’t tell me what it is.
Quite a mystery….
Was this a family abduction? I got one of those too. I ignored it.
No, it was an old NCMEC case.
I’m not going to bother to reply. If he really wants me to fix something he has to make a better effort than that.
Off subject. Anyone see this?
I wonder how many bones have been recovered of unknown persons that are still sitting in evidence rooms because it was too expensive to get DNA testing? I’m glad that the University of North Texas was offering free DNA testing to law enforcement.