Author Topic: Susan Cox Powell, missing December, 2009  (Read 25658 times)

capeheart

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Re: Susan Cox Powell, missing December, 2009
« Reply #75 on: April 01, 2012, 04:23:57 PM »
I believe the night that Susan was murdered, she had told Mr. P. that she wanted a divorce. He panicked, he knew this was coming because they were not getting along. He murdered her and got away with it. That is what is so sickening about this. He even moved to another town, while Susan was still missing. And blatantly told investigators that he took the kids camping in -20 degree weather late in the night. What person would believe that hogwash story. I just cannot believe investigators did not take him and arrest him then. Go through the place with a fine tooth comb and they would have had all the evidence they wanted. But no, they let him doodle daddle with this story and we all know the history of it all.  He should never had any kind of visitation with these children,  other then in a place that had security. A building that was a Social Services establishment with a trained worker. Yet, they put the social worker to escort the children to his home and he was a suspect then in his wife's murder, but not charged. What in the hell were they thinking? This social worker should not have been expected to go to the home of a murder suspect for any reason whatsoever. He should have had to come to an establishment with security officers near by, when he had his visitation.

You know, I really think that the grandparents were in danger. I mean he could have killed them and just taken the kids and went somewhere, it is a miracle that he did not kill them too. A terrible tragedy that did not have to happen at all.

And what happened to all the money that he withdrew from the bank, where did that go???? I think he was going to run somewhere and then changed his mind, he was a desperate man and snapped, because he was not sure of his direction. The only reason he would withdraw all the money would be to flee the country or something.  So sad for those left behind.

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Re: Susan Cox Powell, missing December, 2009
« Reply #76 on: April 02, 2012, 03:20:07 AM »
I could be wrong, but I thought Josh was giving money to his sibling (sister?). 

Also, didn't they find blood evidence in Susan's house, and a couple of fans turned on in the Livingroom to dry what had been washed?  Why (I have asked myself from the beginning) wasn't that enough evidence?   Couple that with the fact we have a mother of two young sons missing?
I guess I can answer my own question by saying....there was no witness, no body, so there wasn't enough evidence.

I think the Police were plodding along, trying to put together a case without the two most important pieces of evidence, that is why it was taking so long. 
 Frustrating, and very, very sad. 



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Re: Susan Cox Powell, missing December, 2009
« Reply #78 on: December 09, 2012, 10:37:10 AM »
It just makes me so angry that all of the evidence was right there and the police did not find it. The evidence was prevalent in the case of Susan missing, murdered at the hands of a crazed violent husband, a sociopath. The law failed the children, the law failed Susan Cox Powell. The irony of this case is it just happened again here in Canada. A woman murdered her three beautiful children and it was all because of a custody battle. This woman should never have had visitation with any family member, it should have been in an office that was secure and a social worker present at all times for the visitation. It should be at a government office these visitations and not at someone's home. Who is looking after the children in these cases, nobody. I wonder how many more children will die in those types of cases. >:( >:( >:( >:( >:(