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Old 04-27-2010, 08:54 AM   #1
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This is the case of the pregnant woman who was a supervisor of a casino. She had a specific employee who was constantly breaking rules and she would write him up for it. He was eventually fired. One night while she and her husband were at home watching TV, someone opened fire upon their house, killing Jodi and her unborn baby. Speculation was that it was this employee, who was of Indian decent, yet the police cannot do anything about it because he lives on a reservation. Does anyone know the specific rules when it comes to arresting and charging someone on an Indian reservation with a crime committed off the reservation? It seems like it should be handled just like any other crime, regardless of where you live.

Also, this segment is one of the saddest segments I've ever seen on Unsolved Mysteries. Especially when you listen to Jodi's husband talk about how he knew his wife died quick, but that the baby suffered and he couldn't do anything to help her.
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This is the case of the pregnant woman who was a supervisor of a casino. She had a specific employee who was constantly breaking rules and she would write him up for it. He was eventually fired. One night while she and her husband were at home watching TV, someone opened fire upon their house, killing Jodi and her unborn baby. Speculation was that it was this employee, who was of Indian decent, yet the police cannot do anything about it because he lives on a reservation. Does anyone know the specific rules when it comes to arresting and charging someone on an Indian reservation with a crime committed off the reservation? It seems like it should be handled just like any other crime, regardless of where you live.

Also, this segment is one of the saddest segments I've ever seen on Unsolved Mysteries. Especially when you listen to Jodi's husband talk about how he knew his wife died quick, but that the baby suffered and he couldn't do anything to help her.

I think...and I may be wrong here, as it's not exactly my area of expertise...that the police are unable to enter the reservation to collect him, as it is not in their jurisdiction. If they catch him off reservation, it's fair game. But they can't get him on reservation. But, as I said, I'm not certain.
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This is the case of the pregnant woman who was a supervisor of a casino. She had a specific employee who was constantly breaking rules and she would write him up for it. He was eventually fired. One night while she and her husband were at home watching TV, someone opened fire upon their house, killing Jodi and her unborn baby. Speculation was that it was this employee, who was of Indian decent, yet the police cannot do anything about it because he lives on a reservation. Does anyone know the specific rules when it comes to arresting and charging someone on an Indian reservation with a crime committed off the reservation? It seems like it should be handled just like any other crime, regardless of where you live.

Also, this segment is one of the saddest segments I've ever seen on Unsolved Mysteries. Especially when you listen to Jodi's husband talk about how he knew his wife died quick, but that the baby suffered and he couldn't do anything to help her.

I think...and I may be wrong here, as it's not exactly my area of expertise...that the police are unable to enter the reservation to collect him, as it is not in their jurisdiction. If they catch him off reservation, it's fair game. But they can't get him on reservation. But, as I said, I'm not certain.

The FBI can investigate and arrest individuals for crimes involving federally designated territories...like Indian Reservations.

Police jurisdiction lines are potentially crossed because he moved from Indian terrority to standard US territory, that would also involve the feds.

All the local police would have to do is call the FBI and mention they have a suspect in a murder that lives in Indian Reservation territiory.

The FBI would contact Reservation police and the FBI would get a warrant from federal judge to either apprehend or search the property on the reservation.
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The FBI can investigate and arrest individuals for crimes involving federally designated territories...like Indian Reservations.

Police jurisdiction lines are potentially crossed because he moved from Indian terrority to standard US territory, that would also involve the feds.

All the local police would have to do is call the FBI and mention they have a suspect in a murder that lives in Indian Reservation territiory.

The FBI would contact Reservation police and the FBI would get a warrant from federal judge to either apprehend or search the property on the reservation.

I guess they must not have alot of evidence then. Thats ashamed. Does anyone else have any theories about this case?
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I think...and I may be wrong here, as it's not exactly my area of expertise...that the police are unable to enter the reservation to collect him, as it is not in their jurisdiction. If they catch him off reservation, it's fair game. But they can't get him on reservation. But, as I said, I'm not certain.

The reservation is federal land, so any crimes on it care considered federal crimes. It's up to the US Attorney's Office down there to arrest whoever killed her.
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I watched this again this morning. It's so sad I wish they could solve it.
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I just rewatched this case and what is honestly the likelihood that it was someone other than the fired employee? It's sad, her and her unborn daughter lost their lives for nothing.
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I agree. It has to be the fired guy!
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