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« Reply #180 on: August 20, 2009, 07:15:08 AM »

http://www.ktvu.com/news/20467597/detail.html
New Details Emerge In Search For Missing Boy

Posted: 3:37 pm PDT August 19, 2009Updated: 10:50 pm PDT August 19, 2009

OAKLAND, Calif. -- KTVU has uncovered new details about the ongoing police search for a five-year-old boy who disappeared in Oakland’s Rockridge district over a week ago, including what authorities were looking for when they searched the home where the boy lives on Tuesday, August 11.

Hasanni Campbell, who lives in Fremont with his foster parents, Louis Ross and Jennifer Campbell, was reported missing from the parking lot of the Shuz of Rockridge shoe store in the 6000 block of College Avenue in Oakland about 4:15 p.m. on Aug. 10.

One new item that surfaced Wednesday was a copy of the original search warrant issued last week to search the Fremont home of Ross and Jennifer Campbell.

The warrant was issued at 5:45 a.m. on the day after Hasanni went missing. The warrant allowed police to search inside the house where Hasanni lived as well as a 2002 BMW belonging to Ross

According to the warrant, police searched for biological evidence belonging to Hasanni, and a sword or cutting instrument.

On Wednesday, KTVU also obtained the inventory sheet that listed what officers took during the search. The list included one pair of latex gloves taken from the vehicle as well as eight DNA swabs and four fingerprint lifts taken from the car.

The inventory sheet shows no items were taken from the home, though Ross has said officers took a cell phone and paperwork.

KTVU also learned from authorities that certain evidence indicates it is unlikely Hasanni wandered off.

Law enforcement sources told KTVU that search dogs never led their handlers on what's called a "hot trail" on the afternoon Hasanni disappeared, meaning the dogs never picked up a scent that led handlers away from the lot.

Sources said the dogs did pick up Hasanni's scent inside Ross's BMW. They said the boy was either snatched by someone as he was standing by the car or he was never in the back lot that day.

Law enforcement sources confirmed to KTVU Wednesday that Ross failed a polygraph test given by the FBI last week. During previous interviews, Ross has told KTVU he answered all questions during the polygraph honestly.

KTVU also learned that the boy's foster mother Jennifer Campbell arrived at the shoe store where she works sometime between 8:30 a.m. and 9 a.m. on the day Hasanni went missing.

Additionally, two workers at an auto salvage yard in Hayward reported seeing Ross and Hasanni in the BMW that same morning.

On Wednesday, KTVU spoke with the father of two young daughters who lives adjacent to the lot. He says it's hard to fathom how a child could go missing without anyone seeing him.

"There's so much traffic. There's a lot of pedestrian traffic; cars coming and going at all times. There's restaurants right across the street," said Rockridge resident Steve Shochet. "It's hard to understand how someone could potentially kidnap a child with so many people who could be witnesses."

Oakland police spokesman Jeff Thomason said Wednesday that police remain "very concerned" about a 5-year-old boy with cerebral palsy who has now been missing for nine days.

Thomason said police are still treating Hasanni's disappearance as a missing persons case and that there is no evidence a crime has been committed.

"We're asking the public to call if they have any credible tips," Thomason said.

He said police have followed up on all of the approximately 50 tips they've received so far but none have panned out.

On Monday, Oakland police and Crime Stoppers announced a $10,000 reward for information leading to the whereabouts of Hasanni.

Thomason said one caller left about 40 unhelpful messages with Crime Stoppers and clogged its voicemail box. But the voicemail box is now open again, he said.

Thomason said police talk to Hasanni's foster parents every day and that they are being cooperative.

On Saturday, law enforcement officials and volunteers searched marshland and shoreline areas at the tip of West Winton Avenue in Hayward as well as Coyote Hills Regional Park in Fremont but didn't find anything significant.

Thomason said police have also searched North Oakland thoroughly.

Police describe Hasanni as a black boy with medium complexion, brown hair and brown eyes. He is about 3 feet tall and weighs about 30 pounds. He was last seen wearing a gray sweatshirt and grant pants.

Police said he has difficulty walking because he is disabled.

Thomason said people with information on the case should call the Oakland Police Department or Crime Stoppers at (510) 777-8572 or (510) 777-3211.
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« Reply #181 on: August 20, 2009, 07:31:31 AM »

http://abclocal.go.com/kgo/story?section=news/local/east_bay&id=6972897
Police search for a sword in Hasanni's case
Wednesday, August 19, 2009 | 11:47 PM
By Alan Wang and Cecilia Vega
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OAKLAND, CA (KGO) -- After nine days of intensive searching, police are down to their last few leads in the disappearance of young Hasanni Campbell and they need the public's help. There are new details about a search warrant served the day after Hasanni went missing.
According to the warrant, police were looking for a sword or cutting instrument, biological evidence, and his foster's father's BMW.
 Nine days ago Hasanni was last seen by his foster father behind a Rockridge neighborhood shoe store.

Through all of his pleas, Louis Ross -- Hasanni's foster father -- remains under a cloud of suspicion because he's the only one who can place Hasanni behind the store the day he disappeared.

"I was absolutely under a cloud of suspicion," says Mark Klass.

Klaas says the investigation for his daughter, Polly, who was abducted and murdered in 1993, could not go forward until he was cleared. The same for Ross.

"And I think at that point, the people will buy into his story a little more and you'll see a lot more public involvement in trying to recover little Hasanni," says Klaas.

Despite the cloud of suspicion, police say Hasanni's foster parents have been cooperating.

The desperate search for a missing Fremont boy suffered a glitch after someone who police say is "mentally unstable" clogged the tip line with useless calls. 5-year-old Hasanni disappeared more than one week ago and as more time goes by, the odds of finding him alive get worse.

The fliers police have been handing out across the Bay Area for the last week and a half show the Crime Stoppers phone number. Police say they check this voicemail every day. It is supposed to be a way for people to leave anonymous tips for investigators, but as of Wednesday morning, people could not leave any messages at all.

If they called the number they got a message saying, "Thanks for calling the Crime Stoppers Hotline. No messages may be taken for this mailbox. It is full. Thank you for calling."

Police say part of the problem is that one person has been calling the voicemail and clogging it with messages unrelated to the missing boy. They also say fliers passed out to the media have two other numbers listed including numbers for investigators and police dispatch. They hope people will call those.

Searches in the neighborhood and around the East Bay have come up empty and so far, fewer than 50 tips have come in.

"We do need the public's help in locating this young boy and hopefully as time goes on, we'll be able to find him. Time is against us right now. This is the ninth day that he's been missing. As time goes on, it's less likely we're going to find him alive," Oakland police officer Jeff Thomason told ABC7.

Police are still calling this a "missing person's case." They say they have a few more small leads to follow up on, but they do not have any more searches planned because they just do not have any large tips to go on.

The Crime Stoppers Hotline number is now up and running. But, police say the best number for people to call is 510-777-3211, which is Oakland Police Dispatch, a number manned around the clock.

There is alot of hope to go around in the Rockridge neighborhood, but police are saying that because they have no new leads they have no new searches planned for Hasanni.

There is now a memorial for Hasanni in the parking lot where he was last seen. Passersby like Toni Sands and her daughter cannot help but stop and wonder.

"I just wanted to go by and say a prayer, and hope that God answers it," she told ABC7.

There is a $10,000 reward in the case. Authorities hope that dollar amount is enough to convince someone to come forward with new information.
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« Reply #182 on: August 20, 2009, 09:30:43 AM »

What Marc Klaas says makes a lot of sense. Until and if Hasanni’s foster parents are cleared the community is holding back supporting them having learned a lesson from the Caylee Anthony and Robert Manwill cases just to name a few. The facts are just not there for an abduction at this time and there is a cloud hanging over the foster father’s head. 


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KTVU also learned from authorities that certain evidence indicates it is unlikely Hasanni wandered off.

Law enforcement sources told KTVU that search dogs never led their handlers on what's called a "hot trail" on the afternoon Hasanni disappeared, meaning the dogs never picked up a scent that led handlers away from the lot.

Sources said the dogs did pick up Hasanni's scent inside Ross's BMW. They said the boy was either snatched by someone as he was standing by the car or he was never in the back lot that day.

Law enforcement sources confirmed to KTVU Wednesday that Ross failed a polygraph test given by the FBI last week. During previous interviews, Ross has told KTVU he answered all questions during the polygraph honestly.
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« Reply #183 on: August 20, 2009, 11:04:01 AM »


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Here is an article from 8/17/09, and updated 8/19/09 (yesterday), but is interesting to me, because of the part bolded:
Notice also at end of article, it's still being reported Hassani wore "leg braces", which to my knowledge was initially reported in error and STILL hasn't been corrected.
http://www.ktvu.com/news/20437763/detail.html
More Questions For Foster Father Of Missing Boy

Posted: 5:42 pm PDT August 17, 2009Updated: 5:15 pm PDT August 19, 2009
OAKLAND, Calif. -- Tuesday night, police in Oakland had more questions for the foster father of a Fremont boy with cerebral palsy who has been missing for over a week.

Hasanni Campbell's foster father Louis Ross said he last saw the boy when they were in Oakland's Rockridge neighborhood on Monday, August 10th.

Police confirmed to KTVU that Tuesday morning, officers brought Ross back to the driveway where Hasanni disappeared for further questioning and to retrace his steps.

Hasanni, who lived in Fremont with his foster parents, Ross and Jennifer Campbell, was reported missing from the parking lot of the Shuz of Rockridge shoe store in the 6000 block of College Avenue in Oakland about 4:15 p.m. last Monday.

The little boy's grandmother, godmother, other relatives and volunteers were once again in the neighborhood Tuesday to hand out flyers with the boy's picture, hoping someone might have seen something that would help find him.

Police told KTVU there has not been any confirmed sighting of the boy since Ross reported him missing.


When asked if she thought Ross had anything to with Hasanni's disappearance, the boy's grandmother Pamela Clark replied “No. No, absolutely not. I trust him completely."

On Monday, Oakland police and Crime Stoppers announced a $10,000 reward for information leading to the whereabouts of Hasanni.

Oakland police spokesman Jeff Thomason said, "We definitely need the public's help" in finding Hasanni.

Thomason said police have only received about 50 tips, which he said is unusually low for a week-old missing child case.

He said police are following all the leads but haven't turned up anything so far.

A vigil for the little boy Monday afternoon brought well wishers to the Rockridge District shoe store where Hasanni's foster father said he last saw the child.

Ross has been questioned several times by police and given a lie detector test. On Monday, he angrily addressed speculation that he might be involved in the disappearance of his foster son.

"'Oh, they were foster parents. Did they really care?' Well, you go talk to social services,” said Ross. “You wanna find the record straight? You go to them and ask them why they placed them with us. Because we gave a damn! These were our children. Don't try to take that from us. This wasn't a situation where we didn't care about those children. We've fought every inch for both of them."

Hasanni's foster family is also grappling with the loss of their one year-old foster daughter who has been removed from their care.

"All we want is our children home. We want Hasanni found and Aaliyah with us," said the boy’s foster mother Campbell.

Ross told KTVU he has been voluntarily speaking with police daily and that on Friday he retraced his steps with investigators, showing them the auto salvage yard he had driven to with Hasanni hours before the boy disappeared.

Ross said he went there to locate a part for an old vehicle he's working on and that he had Hasanni with him the entire time.

He insisted Hasanni wouldn't have wandered off and suspects someone kidnapped him.

Hasanni's foster parents said they will hold a vigil here in the Rockridge neighborhood every Monday at 4:15 p.m. -- to coincide with the time and day of the boy's disappearance -- until he is found.

Police indicated there were no new searches Monday amid concerns that time could be running out to find the boy unharmed.

Thomason said police are still treating Hasanni's disappearance as a missing persons case but as time goes on the chances of finding him alive may be dwindling.

"As time goes on, that is going to be our fear; that this will be a recovery," said Oakland police spokesman Jeff Tomason. "But right now, we are still treating it as trying to find a little five year-old boy."

Police describe Hasanni as being a black boy with medium complexion, brown hair and brown eyes. He is about 3 feet tall and weighs around 30 pounds. He was last seen wearing a gray sweatshirt and grant pants.

Police said he has difficulty walking because he is disabled and has leg braces.

Thomason said people with information on the case should call the Oakland Police Department or Crime Stoppers at (510) 777-8572 or (510) 777-3211.
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http://www.ktvu.com/news/20467597/detail.html
AUTHORITIES: Missing Boy’s Father Failed Lie Detector Test

Posted: 3:37 pm PDT August 19, 2009Updated: 9:01 am PDT August 20, 2009

AKLAND, Calif. -- KTVU has uncovered new details about the ongoing police search for a five-year-old boy who disappeared in Oakland’s Rockridge district over a week ago, including the fact that his father has failed a FBI lie detector test.

Hasanni Campbell, who lives in Fremont with his foster parents, Louis Ross and Jennifer Campbell, was reported missing from the parking lot of the Shuz of Rockridge shoe store in the 6000 block of College Avenue in Oakland about 4:15 p.m. on Aug. 10.

Law enforcement sources have confirmed to KTVU that Ross failed a polygraph test given by the FBI last week. During previous interviews, Ross has told KTVU he answered all questions during the polygraph honestly.
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« Reply #186 on: August 20, 2009, 02:37:30 PM »

http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2009/08/20/BA9419BA1A.DTL

Missing boy's foster dad's angry text message

Henry K. Lee,Jaxon Van Derbeken, Chronicle Staff Writers

Thursday, August 20, 2009

(08-20) 11:01 PDT FREMONT --

The foster father of a missing 5-year-old boy with cerebral palsy sent an angry text message threatening to leave the child alone at a BART platform just 10 days before Hasanni Campbell vanished, according to court documents released today.

 In addition, Louis Ross "voiced some misgivings" about caring for a disabled child when he talked to officers investigating the child's Aug. 10 disappearance, according to a statement that Oakland police submitted to justify obtaining a search warrant of Ross' Fremont home.

According to the police account, Ross sent an expletive-laden text message July 31 to Jennifer Campbell, his fiancee and the aunt and foster mother of Hasanni.

"This is f- over, I will watch her but he will be out on the BART and its your responsibility to hey (sic) him so f - you," Ross texted at 9:50 a.m., police said. The references appear to be to Hasanni and his 1-year-old sister.

Ross reported Aug. 10 that the boy had vanished from outside a shoe store on College Avenue in Oakland's Rockridge neighborhood where Campbell was working. Ross said he had briefly left the boy outside when he went around to the front of the store.

Police have searched the neighborhood, Ross' home, a Hayward scrap yard that he visited earlier in the day and local parks, but have not found the boy.

A neighbor in Fremont told police that Hasanni had not been seen for about two weeks before Ross reported him missing.

Oakland police Officer Ross Tisdell wrote in the court papers that the relationship between Ross, 38, and Campbell, 33, "appeared to have some instances of domestic violence."

Police said they had heard reports of a "sword being brandished at Ross by Campbell," but did not elaborate.

A "sword or cutting instrument" were among the items that police sought in a search of his 2002 BMW and the home on Roxie Terrace in Fremont where Ross lives with Campbell and the two children.

Nothing was seized from the home, but Ross voluntarily gave his cell phone to police, court records show.

In addition to the text message, police described an instance in which Ross apparently left the two children alone in the home "while he went to the bank to conduct a transaction."

"He had also voiced some misgivings about caring for a developmentally disabled child during the interview," Tisdell wrote.

Ross, reached by phone today, downplayed any domestic disputes with Campbell.

He said he had sent the text message in frustration at a time when he planned to break up with Campbell.

"It was me venting about a situation in our past that had come back up," he said. "I was ending the relationship at that point."

He said he had not left Hasanni alone at BART. He said he had wanted Campbell to pick up the children, but that she had been unable to do so. The dispute quickly cooled, Ross said.

As for the sword, Ross said he had told police about it and that officers had later returned and picked it up. He said he kept it under a mattress.

"It wasn't a big deal," he said.

Ross has said he is cooperating with officials "100 percent" and that he told the truth when he took a polygraph examination last week.

Law enforcement sources close to the case say, however, say he failed the polygraph. Such tests are not admissible in court.

John Burris, an attorney who has consulted with the couple, emphasized today that Ross has always cooperated with the investigation.

"He's very responsive," Burris said.

The case has been puzzling to authorities in part because bloodhounds could not detect Hasanni's scent outside the Rockridge shoe store where Ross says he left the boy.

In the search warrant affidavit, police said it was a mystery that Hasanni could disappear from "a crowded business district with no witnesses."

There is a $10,000 reward for information leading to the boy's whereabouts. Officer Jeff Thomason, an Oakland police spokesman, said the department still considers the case a missing person investigation. However, a homicide investigator has been put in charge of the case.




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« Reply #187 on: August 20, 2009, 02:43:03 PM »

I understand that children with disablilities can be difficult, but there is no excuse for leaving a child alone.  This speaks volumes for me.  God bless Hasanni.
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« Reply #188 on: August 20, 2009, 02:55:37 PM »





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"This is f- over, I will watch her but he will be out on the BART and its your responsibility to hey (sic) him so f - you," Ross texted at 9:50 a.m., police said. The references appear to be to Hasanni and his 1-year-old sister.

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It sounds like the little boy was a handful for Ross.

I can understand adults getting frustrated at times and blowing off some steam.. BUT, This is where blowing off some steam will come back to bite you Ross.

What has really happened ?? 

 








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« Reply #189 on: August 20, 2009, 03:06:49 PM »

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A neighbor in Fremont told police that Hasanni had not been seen for about two weeks before Ross reported him missing.



Just how long has Hasanni really been missing?
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« Reply #190 on: August 20, 2009, 03:28:16 PM »

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A neighbor in Fremont told police that Hasanni had not been seen for about two weeks before Ross reported him missing.



Just how long has Hasanni really been missing?


http://www.ktvu.com/news/20467597/detail.html

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KTVU also learned that the boy's foster mother Jennifer Campbell arrived at the shoe store where she works sometime between 8:30 a.m. and 9 a.m. on the day Hasanni went missing.

Additionally, two workers at an auto salvage yard in Hayward reported seeing Ross and Hasanni in the BMW that same morning.

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It would appear Hassani has been missing since 8/10/09, by this account.

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« Reply #191 on: August 20, 2009, 03:49:57 PM »

http://abclocal.go.com/kgo/story?section=news/local/east_bay&id=6974839
Search for Hasanni Campbell intensifies
Thursday, August 20, 2009 | 12:42 PM
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OAKLAND, CA (KGO) -- We're learning new details on what kind of evidence investigators had searched for at the Fremont foster home of a missing 5-year-old boy.
Hasanni Campbell disappeared from an Oakland shoe store 10 days ago.
 The search warrant that was issued the day after Hasanni Campbell disappeared shows that police were looking for biological evidence as well as a sword.

That search warrant was served on by the boy's foster parents Louis Ross and Jennifer Campbell at their Fremont home. They took some latex gloves, DNA samples as well as some fingerprints from the car.

ABC7 received a text message from Ross regarding the sword that read: "The subject of the sword came up before the search warrant. It is the only weapon we have at the house, and was discussed with police during day one of the search during questioning."

The Oakland Tribune reported that Ross failed his polygraph test, but authorities declined to confirm that he failed it.
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« Reply #192 on: August 20, 2009, 03:53:08 PM »

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A neighbor in Fremont told police that Hasanni had not been seen for about two weeks before Ross reported him missing.



Just how long has Hasanni really been missing?


http://www.ktvu.com/news/20467597/detail.html

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KTVU also learned that the boy's foster mother Jennifer Campbell arrived at the shoe store where she works sometime between 8:30 a.m. and 9 a.m. on the day Hasanni went missing.

Additionally, two workers at an auto salvage yard in Hayward reported seeing Ross and Hasanni in the BMW that same morning.

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It would appear Hassani has been missing since 8/10/09, by this account.

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lol good catch. Ok, I'll rephrase my question.....Where was Hasanni left? Doesn't appear to be behind the shoe store.
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« Reply #193 on: August 20, 2009, 03:57:53 PM »

http://abclocal.go.com/kgo/story?section=news/local/east_bay&id=6974839
Search for Hasanni Campbell intensifies
Thursday, August 20, 2009 | 12:42 PM
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OAKLAND, CA (KGO) -- We're learning new details on what kind of evidence investigators had searched for at the Fremont foster home of a missing 5-year-old boy.
Hasanni Campbell disappeared from an Oakland shoe store 10 days ago.
 The search warrant that was issued the day after Hasanni Campbell disappeared shows that police were looking for biological evidence as well as a sword.

That search warrant was served on by the boy's foster parents Louis Ross and Jennifer Campbell at their Fremont home. They took some latex gloves, DNA samples as well as some fingerprints from the car.

ABC7 received a text message from Ross regarding the sword that read: "The subject of the sword came up before the search warrant. It is the only weapon we have at the house, and was discussed with police during day one of the search during questioning."

The Oakland Tribune reported that Ross failed his polygraph test, but authorities declined to confirm that he failed it.







This article says LE is still looking for the sword. I'm confused.....


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Search of Hasanni Campbell's Foster Father's House Fails to Turn Up Sword
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 OAKLAND (KRON) -- Police are still searching for a sword or other cutting object that they say could lead to the discovery of five year old Hasanni Campbell.


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« Reply #194 on: August 20, 2009, 04:16:53 PM »

They didn't find the sword or cutting instrument when they did search.

Wonder where it is? My guess it's tossed and might have been used on little dude.

Where is Hassani? Where did he dump him?

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« Reply #195 on: August 20, 2009, 04:19:11 PM »

N2WISHN~  I see the discrepancy about the sword.  I'm still mulling this one over.  Louis Ross is doing some strange things.  The article I posted said "ABC7 received a test message from Ross regarding the sword that read: "The subject of the sword came up before the search warrant" (snip) http://abclocal.go.com/kgo/story?section=news/local/east_bay&id=6974839 

First, why is Louis Ross texting news agencies?  He must be reading forums and blogs.  LOL   Wonder what John Burris his attorney makes of that?  But most of all, if Louis Ross and LE discussed the sword BEFORE the search warrant, did he fail to tell LE where it was?  Or did LE miss it in the search?  I find the latter hard to believe, since hiding things under a mattress is a lot like hiding a door key over the jamb of the front door, under the mat or under the flower pot, imo.  Question is, where is the sword?  Does LE in fact have it? Did they come back later and get it?  And Louis Ross is mistaken if he says the sword is the only weapon in the house.  With Louis Ross saying the sword is the only weapon in the house, it gets me wondering what other weapons may have been there.  And besides, a weapon could be many things, imo.  Something isn't sounding right here.
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« Reply #196 on: August 20, 2009, 04:26:45 PM »

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« Reply #197 on: August 20, 2009, 04:46:13 PM »

N2WISHN~  I see the discrepancy about the sword.  I'm still mulling this one over.  Louis Ross is doing some strange things.  The article I posted said "ABC7 received a test message from Ross regarding the sword that read: "The subject of the sword came up before the search warrant" (snip) http://abclocal.go.com/kgo/story?section=news/local/east_bay&id=6974839 

First, why is Louis Ross texting news agencies?  He must be reading forums and blogs.  LOL   Wonder what John Burris his attorney makes of that?  But most of all, if Louis Ross and LE discussed the sword BEFORE the search warrant, did he fail to tell LE where it was?  Or did LE miss it in the search?  I find the latter hard to believe, since hiding things under a mattress is a lot like hiding a door key over the jamb of the front door, under the mat or under the flower pot, imo.  Question is, where is the sword?  Does LE in fact have it? Did they come back later and get it?  And Louis Ross is mistaken if he says the sword is the only weapon in the house.  With Louis Ross saying the sword is the only weapon in the house, it gets me wondering what other weapons may have been there.  And besides, a weapon could be many things, imo.  Something isn't sounding right here.

I am guessing the news agency texted Ross a question about the sword and he texted back.

True dat about the sword being the only "weapon" in the house. Any object can be a weapon if thrown. It doesn't need a sharp edge to be a weapon. Plus, I am sure there were knifes, scissors, etc in the house. Not to mention lamps, knick-knacks, pens, pencils, forks....you get my drift.

If they talked about the sword before the search warrant and they DIDN'T find it in the search. That speaks volumes to me. jmo



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« Reply #198 on: August 20, 2009, 04:47:33 PM »

Interesting:  Notice it's said here that Jennifer Campbell "brandished" the sword at Louis Ross 

http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2009/08/20/BA9419BA1A.DTL#ixzz0OkrvZNNS
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Police said they had heard reports of a "sword being brandished at Ross by Campbell, Campbell by Ross" but did not elaborate.

This has been corrected.  Hat tip to Pink Angel.
A "sword or cutting instrument" were among the items that police sought in a search of his 2002 BMW and the home on Roxie Terrace in Fremont where Ross lives with Campbell and the two children.

Nothing was seized from the home, but Ross voluntarily gave his cell phone to police, court records show.
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« Reply #199 on: August 20, 2009, 04:57:58 PM »

Interesting:  Notice it's said here that Jennifer Campbell "brandished" the sword at Louis Ross 
This has been corrected by media.  Louis Ross "brandished" the sword at Jennifer Campbell.  Hat tip to pink angel.

http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2009/08/20/BA9419BA1A.DTL#ixzz0OkrvZNNS
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Police said they had heard reports of a "sword being brandished at Ross by Campbell," Campbell by Ross but did not elaborate.

This was corrected.  Hat tip to Pink Angel.
A "sword or cutting instrument" were among the items that police sought in a search of his 2002 BMW and the home on Roxie Terrace in Fremont where Ross lives with Campbell and the two children.

Nothing was seized from the home, but Ross voluntarily gave his cell phone to police, court records show.
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