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« Reply #220 on: August 20, 2009, 07:05:01 PM »

http://cbs5.com/video/?id=54310@kpix.dayport.com

The video labelled: "Cutting Instrument Focus in Search in Missing Boy" Dated 8/20/09, 10:53 a.m.  pt,
it's being reported  "Oakland Police have no evidence the boy was in Rockridge nine days ago" and " investigators saw no sign of him in surveillance videos they've watched"

I hope they are focusing on where his phone pinged that day. If little dude was last seen by the witnesses at the junkyard in the car. (did you catch a time? I had just read morning or earlier in the day)

Something happened between there and when he went "missing" at 4:30 outside of the shoe store.

He can't be far.




Since we know foster father has a cell phone it makes me wonder why he didn't just call foster mother from the ally and have her open the back door rather than carry the baby to the front of the store. Not adding up here.......

I wondered the same thing.  If he had a cell, he could have called.  I wonder if the back door had a buzzer for deliveries?  Also, it was said he opened the trunk, and left it open, because the baby's stroller was in there.  Couldn't he have put the baby in the stroller and pushed it with one hand and carried Hassani in the other arm, on his hip?  I've done this as a mom... Or if it was other than an umbrella or tiny infant stroller, he could have put the baby in the stroller and let Hassani ride on the back.  How did Jennifer Campbell catch a bus with Hassani and the baby to go home?   How far did she have to go?  And she was six months pregnant.  Did the bus stop right in front of the store?  A lot of questions, not enough straight answers, imo.

Hassani was a tiny guy. He could have stuck him in the stroller and carried the baby even, if Hassani had difficulty walking.

I agree a lot of questions not asked or answered. I wish we were the reporters because Oakland reporters SUCK!


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« Reply #221 on: August 20, 2009, 07:05:13 PM »

There must have been a leak, Ms. Muffy. There were "sources" that also said he failed the lie detector test, that was later confirmed.

I think sometimes they "leak" for a reason.


To put pressure on someone to talk.

I am thinking Foster Mom may have a clue or knowledge of abuse but perhaps has been threatened. She is carrying a baby. He could have easily threatened to kill her and the baby if she says a word to LE. It could be why she avoided the lie detector test too. She knew she wouldn't be able to pass.

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« Reply #222 on: August 20, 2009, 07:14:36 PM »

pink angel, I thought of something else just after I posted.  I agree with you that the leaks may be a way of putting the pressure on.  I just thought about Louis Ross texting the news station about the sword.  Maybe the leaks are having the desired effect.  Texting the news station?  Does this mean Louis Ross isn't doing any more interviews or doesn't want to be recorded?  Not making any more statements?   I guess by texting he thinks he's covering himself (defensive), but to me, it could still be some sort of evidence.   I wonder if Louis Ross got himself a prepaid cell, since his other one was taken?  Did anyone see that a computer was removed from the home?  Maybe it was gone before the warrant was served?  Still shaking my head at Louis Ross's need to text the media.  Maybe they're getting too close?  Just thoughts....


 
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« Reply #223 on: August 20, 2009, 07:23:46 PM »

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« Reply #224 on: August 20, 2009, 08:03:20 PM »

Wonder why so many media trucks are set up outside the house today......

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« Reply #225 on: August 20, 2009, 08:14:50 PM »

pink angel, I thought of something else just after I posted.  I agree with you that the leaks may be a way of putting the pressure on.  I just thought about Louis Ross texting the news station about the sword.  Maybe the leaks are having the desired effect.  Texting the news station?  Does this mean Louis Ross isn't doing any more interviews or doesn't want to be recorded?  Not making any more statements?   I guess by texting he thinks he's covering himself (defensive), but to me, it could still be some sort of evidence.   I wonder if Louis Ross got himself a prepaid cell, since his other one was taken?  Did anyone see that a computer was removed from the home?  Maybe it was gone before the warrant was served?  Still shaking my head at Louis Ross's need to text the media.  Maybe they're getting too close?  Just thoughts....


 

They are there and no one is talking. He's refused anymore interviews MuffyBee. I am guessing that is why he answered the question via text.
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« Reply #226 on: August 20, 2009, 08:16:01 PM »

Wonder why so many media trucks are set up outside the house today......

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Because of all the news about the Ross's text message and the "sword". They all want an interview and he ain't talking.
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« Reply #227 on: August 20, 2009, 08:17:22 PM »

Thanks MuffyBee. That answers our question about the search warrants. They were not sealed immediately but are now.

Intentional? hmmmmmmmm Wink
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« Reply #228 on: August 20, 2009, 08:20:27 PM »

pink angel, I thought of something else just after I posted.  I agree with you that the leaks may be a way of putting the pressure on.  I just thought about Louis Ross texting the news station about the sword.  Maybe the leaks are having the desired effect.  Texting the news station?  Does this mean Louis Ross isn't doing any more interviews or doesn't want to be recorded?  Not making any more statements?   I guess by texting he thinks he's covering himself (defensive), but to me, it could still be some sort of evidence.   I wonder if Louis Ross got himself a prepaid cell, since his other one was taken?  Did anyone see that a computer was removed from the home?  Maybe it was gone before the warrant was served?  Still shaking my head at Louis Ross's need to text the media.  Maybe they're getting too close?  Just thoughts....


 

They probably returned his phone pretty quickly. They have a device that can download all the information from the phone. Address book, text messages, photos, all numbers called etc.

If I recall, they did it for the witnesses in Casey's case. They said we can do it while you are being interviewed. Zapped the phone and then returned it right there.

They also will "copy" the hard drives of the computer rather than remove the whole computer.
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« Reply #229 on: August 20, 2009, 08:25:39 PM »

pink angel, I thought of something else just after I posted.  I agree with you that the leaks may be a way of putting the pressure on.  I just thought about Louis Ross texting the news station about the sword.  Maybe the leaks are having the desired effect.  Texting the news station?  Does this mean Louis Ross isn't doing any more interviews or doesn't want to be recorded?  Not making any more statements?   I guess by texting he thinks he's covering himself (defensive), but to me, it could still be some sort of evidence.   I wonder if Louis Ross got himself a prepaid cell, since his other one was taken?  Did anyone see that a computer was removed from the home?  Maybe it was gone before the warrant was served?  Still shaking my head at Louis Ross's need to text the media.  Maybe they're getting too close?  Just thoughts....


 

They probably returned his phone pretty quickly. They have a device that can download all the information from the phone. Address book, text messages, photos, all numbers called etc.

If I recall, they did it for the witnesses in Casey's case. They said we can do it while you are being interviewed. Zapped the phone and then returned it right there.

They also will "copy" the hard drives of the computer rather than remove the whole computer.

Even if he got a pre-paid cell phone, I bet police know. Something tells me they have been watching him and I wouldn't rule out they have been following him. jmo
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« Reply #230 on: August 20, 2009, 09:00:34 PM »

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« Reply #231 on: August 20, 2009, 09:02:50 PM »

    
Foster Father of Missing Boy Defends Self in Interview, Says Focus of Investigation Should Be on the Child
Created by Kimberlee Sakamoto on 8/20/2009 5:20:00 PM
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FREMONT (KRON) – The foster father of a missing 5-year-old with cerebral palsy is defending himself, saying the focus of the investigation should not be on him, but on his missing boy.

Hasanni Campbell disappeared August 10th after the foster father, Louis Ross, says he left him in a car near an Oakland shoe store where Jennifer, the boy’s aunt and foster mother, works.

While Ross may not want too much focus on himself, information in a search warrant regarding a sword, a heated text message recovered from phone records and possible instances of domestic violence against Jennifer, his fiancée, has put him in the spotlight.

KRON 4’s Haaziq Madyun spoke to Ross, who says he has an explanation for all of the above, including the sword, “Jennifer is uncomfortable with the sword,” he said. “I think that may have been one of my text messages, that she didn’t like the sword in the house and I kept the sword underneath my bed for protection, it is the only weapon in the house.

Regarding the text message laced with profanity sent to Jennifer, where he threatens to leave Hasanni at a Bay Are Rapid Transit station, Ross says he never left the boy at a train station, “I said get the f-out. At the time I am responding to a comment she made and I am venting. Do I regret it? I regret it not that the world knows about it, I regret that I said it.”

With Jennifer by his side, Ross tells Haaziq there has never been any domestic violence in their relationship. Jennifer stresses that none of these things are important right now, “It doesn’t matter what you think of us, or our relationship, or anything else. Just find Hasanni.”

The Oakland Police Department and Crime Stoppers are offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to the child’s whereabouts.

Hasanni is described as a black boy with light 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 gray pants and braces on both legs.

Anyone with information regarding the child's whereabouts should call Oakland police youth services at (510) 238-3641, or call 911 if he is believed to be in immediate danger.

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« Reply #232 on: August 20, 2009, 09:02:55 PM »

New interview with foster father

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**Something about Louis Ross is bothering me. For some reason I think I have seen this person before (Louis). Anyone else think he looks familiar? I know this sounds off the wall....but I thought I would ask if anyone else had the same feeling. (I doubt he is a former "reality" star, but hell it does happen..) I always remember a face and for some weird reason I can not shake the feeling I have seen him before this case.

Also, I have not been able to locate much of anything on "who" this man is, where he is from, other family members etc. I am thinking he is not even from California.

Maybe someone here with better resources than I could shed some light on his background.
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SEARCH WARRANT
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The warrant is about 7 pages long so I only posted the link.
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« Reply #236 on: August 21, 2009, 10:32:30 AM »

investigators said they were mystified that Hasanni could disappear from "a crowded business district with no witnesses."


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« Reply #237 on: August 21, 2009, 11:10:59 AM »

This has probably been posted....I have not had the time to read everything.....

The San Francisco Chronicle (California)
August 21, 2009 Friday
 
Foster father's angry text said he'd strand boy;

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 Thursday.

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.

No trace of boy

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 when he went around to the front of the store.

Police have searched the neighborhood, Ross' home, a Hayward auto wrecking 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 by Ross at 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.

'Misgivings' about care

In talking to police, Ross "voiced some misgivings about caring for a developmentally disabled child," Tisdell wrote.

Ross says Hasanni wears arch-support braces because of his cerebral palsy, but that he can walk on his own.

Ross, reached by phone Thursday, 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 her.

"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."

Ross said he never left Hasanni alone at the BART station. 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.

Sword under mattress

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.

Campbell, who is six months pregnant, has declined interview requests.

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

John Burris, an attorney who has consulted with the couple, emphasized Thursday 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 probe. 
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Aug 21, 2009 12:13 am US/Pacific
 Missing Boy's Foster Dad Fails Polygraph
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http://www.ktvu.com/news/20486996/detail.html
Couple Discusses Troubling Investigation Details

Posted: 9:34 pm PDT August 20, 2009Updated: 12:42 am PDT August 21, 2009
FREMONT, Calif. -- The foster parents of Hasanni Campbell on Thursday addressed some of the disturbing details that have surfaced during the investigation into the five-year-old’s disappearance while calling for a renewed focus in the search for the missing boy.

Louis Ross and and his fiancé, Jennifer Campbell, allowed KTVU into their Fremont house Thursday to show what Hasanni’s living situation was like. The couple said they moved into the residence less than a year ago to make a home for him and his 18-month-old sister Aaliyah.

Ten days have passed since Ross reported him missing. Earlier in the day, there were new revelations about Ross and details the police investigation had uncovered.

According to court documents released Thursday, Ross sent a text message days before the boy’s disappearance threatening to leave the youngster unattended at a BART station,

In an affidavit filed to obtain a search warrant of the home where Hasanni lives in Fremont with Ross and Jennifer Campbell, Oakland police said they found an expletive-laced text message on Ross’ cell phone.

According to the document, the message sent to Jennifer Campbell said: “This is [expletive] over. I will watch [Hasanni’s sister] but he will be on the BART…”

The investigating officers also told the court that Ross had “also voiced some misgivings about caring for a developmentally disabled child” and added that neighbors had not seen Hasanni for about two weeks.

The latest revelations came less than 24 hours after authorities confirmed to KTVU that Ross had failed a FBI lie detector test.

During the interview at their home, Campbell and Ross told KTVU Thursday they want to refocus attention on trying to find the missing boy. The couple denied allegations Ross may have had something to do with the disappearance.

They said when they gave police permission to access their phone records more than a week ago, they told investigators about the angry, obscenity-laced text Ross sent Campbell about ten days earlier during an argument.

"It's like we had an argument and we worked through it. And now it's like the argument is being twisted and turned into something it isn't," said Campbell.

"The situation resolved," explained Ross. "I calmed down and never left the house."

They also said they were the ones who told police Ross kept a sword under his bed. That sword was among the times included in the police search warrant of the home and, according to the couple, was taken by authorities last week.

Campbell and Ross showed KTVU a list of items police took from Ross's car. However, there was no mention of latex gloves disclosed in court documents as one of the items taken from the vehicle.

The couple said they volunteered to give DNA samples to police who visited the house Thursday morning so that they could be ruled out as suspects.

"I'm cooperating with police every day," said Ross.

During the interview, the foster parents said they love Hasanni deeply and would never harm him.

"It felt just as real as this baby feels," said the six-months pregnant Campbell. "My love for him is the same."

"I know the truth," said Ross. "I am cooperating with police. so if false info is being leaked, I don't care. This isn't about me. It's about finding Hasanni.

Campbell said it was Ross, not her, who first suggested taking in the children. According to Campbell, Ross said his own parents died when he was five and that he and his siblings were raised by his aunt and uncle.

The couple also mentioned to KTVU that on Friday, child protective services would be allowing them to visit Hasanni’s little sister Aaliyah for the first time since the boy disappeared.

Earlier Thursday, Oakland police spokesman Jeff Thomason said there aren't any new developments in the case and there still aren't any "credible" leads.

He said police are still processing the information they received when they searched the Fremont home of Ross and Campbell.

FBI spokeswoman Patti Hansen declined to comment on the investigation Thursday, saying that the Oakland Police Department is the lead agency in the case.

Thomason said police are still treating Hasanni's disappearance as a missing persons case and not a crime.

Oakland police and Crime Stoppers have announced a $10,000 reward for information leading to Hasanni.

Police describe Hasanni as a black boy with a 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 police are asking the public to call if they have any credible tips.

He said people who have 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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