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Old 04-13-2021, 03:48 PM   #46
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This reminds me somewhat of the Christi Nichols case - the only difference being Rob doesn't come off as a 'good ol' boy' like Mark Nichols did. I would think, that in a small town too, with a guy like Rob - if he did do it, either he'd slip up by now, or someone (not necessarily the authorities) would connect him to it.

With no tangible evidence, those are the only two things that could possibly implicate him (beyond all the supposition presented here)
Not sure how long ago he left, but he was not living in that town as of a few years back as per his social media. This actually reminds me more of the case where the guy gave a lift to that crazy guy outside the supermarket, he turned crazy on him in the car-he managed to get away from him & then later saw him near his mothers house, when he went there the guy had killed her & it took something like 15 years before they finally traced the guy through DNA-he was deemed guilty by many for quite a while after.
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Rob is a victim in all this as well. He lost his fiancÚ and his unborn child.
He has been ruled out based on concrete evidence decades ago.

Blaming him is just cruel.
Interestingly enough, I did stumble across an old article years ago which mentioned that Angela's ex-boyfriend, who was thought to be the possible father of the unborn child, was looked at as more of a serious suspect after the police cleared Rob. The ex-boyfriend too was eventually cleared, but it didn't seem like these cops bought into the stranger abduction theory initially, which probably hurt the chances of solving it.
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The phone records show how long the phones were connected, but if one or both people dropped the phone without hanging it up then the time would've continued to count even without them talking.

You say I'm grasping at straws, but you're really grasping at straws. Rob and Angie lived together close to the payphone, let's say Angie didn't decide to wait and went home. Then Rob could've easily just found her at home as they lived together. There are many variables in which Rob could've went up there and met Angie at home or at the payphone

And why would everyone know if Rob had a temper? He could've hid his temper well. Maybe he only showed his temper when he got really upset. Maybe he didn't have a temper but whatever they were fighting about caused him to get mad. People are way more complex than what you make them out to be. You can't say he did or didn't have a temper based on a 2-minute interview on UM. All of his family and friends weren't interviewed about his behavior, only Angie's mother.

Who said he deliberately damaged his car? Why would he have to deliberately damage his car? What if he damaged his vehicle by dumping Angie's body somewhere on rough terrain and his car got damaged in the process and he made-up the story of him chasing the kidnapper to fit in with his busted vehicle to concoct a believable story?
Angie's car was still at the parking lot where she was supposed to have been abducted, so she couldn't have gone home. If Rob did anything to her, he would basically have to have abducted her from the parking lot like he claims the bearded man did, because its unlikely she would have went anywhere on foot.

Also, I would think that the police verified with a local mechanic the damage to Rob's car was likely consistent with what he said he did, throwing the car in reverse trying to turn around quickly. Taking the car over rough terrain like you suggest would have likely had different kind of damage, and there likely would have been mud in the tires or some such thing. Can't imagine that the police did not verify that element of his story. Had it proven to be false, a cloud of suspicion would have hovered over him a lot longer than it did.

Again, yes Rob could have had a terrible temper. He might be the dirtiest SOB who ever lived. There is simply nothing to indicate that.
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Angie's car was still at the parking lot where she was supposed to have been abducted, so she couldn't have gone home. If Rob did anything to her, he would basically have to have abducted her from the parking lot like he claims the bearded man did, because its unlikely she would have went anywhere on foot.

Also, I would think that the police verified with a local mechanic the damage to Rob's car was likely consistent with what he said he did, throwing the car in reverse trying to turn around quickly. Taking the car over rough terrain like you suggest would have likely had different kind of damage, and there likely would have been mud in the tires or some such thing. Can't imagine that the police did not verify that element of his story. Had it proven to be false, a cloud of suspicion would have hovered over him a lot longer than it did.

Again, yes Rob could have had a terrible temper. He might be the dirtiest SOB who ever lived. There is simply nothing to indicate that.
Hopefully this case will be solved with this recent news. I wonder if I'll be proven wrong? We'll see.

Anyone care to make a bet? I got $10 that Rob did it
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