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Wednesday, June 22, 2016

BREAKING! Bay Village to Hold Press Conference Tomorrow Morning!

Oh my God, it feels good to update this blog.

Word just in that Bay Village Police, the FBI, and the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor's Office will hold a press conference tomorrow morning for an update and news on the Amy Mihaljevic cold case. It seems they will be asking for the public's help in a very specific way.

They sound excited for the first time in years, folks.

I will be there. I will update.


10 comments:

Liz Reighard said...

I am reading your book now, fingers crossed we may soon hear some promising news!!!

Kym Arnold said...

Just saw on TV Fox 8 with have the press conference live on line & on the show @ 11am Tues 6/23
I pray they have/get a resolution for Amy.

Ned Waitt said...

Could the original criminal sketch have been wrong

Unknown said...

James this is Christy in Atlanta, one of his former students. Am hoping today will be the day!!!!

anon said...

nobody asked how the blanket/curtain ended up where it did? seems a bit of a distance and too heavy to be blown away. Was it carelessness?

Unknown said...

Did any of the other hairs and fibers belong to Amy is what I've been wondering.

Tbrown said...

James why didn't you ask what took them 26 years to put this out there? 2 blankets found 14 feet from her body? Seems like this could've been shown to the media many years ago.

Me said...

I thought the curtain and blanket were found 14ft apart, not from her body?

Lynn Crevda said...

Thats exactly what I said..if it was found 14 feet from her body they should have made it public then.No they couldn't identify the dog hairs as her dogs hair at the time but had they showed the curtain all those years ago someone then may have remembered it..the person or persons who could have know about it could be dead by now..smh. I believe the police..detectives sure dropped the ball in this case.

Lynn Crevda said...

Thats exactly what I said..if it was found 14 feet from her body they should have made it public then.No they couldn't identify the dog hairs as her dogs hair at the time but had they showed the curtain all those years ago someone then may have remembered it..the person or persons who could have know about it could be dead by now..smh. I believe the police..detectives sure dropped the ball in this case.