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Old 03-26-2010, 01:56 PM   #46
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Was his car cleaner than normal when found?
If I remember correctly, the car was found cleaner than usual all that was found in his car was his wallet and his keys which were under his seat.
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Old 03-26-2010, 05:48 PM   #47
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The family does not believe the sighting of AJ seeing frozen fish was really him at least my mother, his niece, an I suspect foul play.
Thanks for replying. Yeah, I agree she probably wanted to believe it was AJ (I know I'd feel the same way if I was in her place) just out of the goodness of her heart of wanting to help out, but it was probably just a guy that happened to look kinda similar.

If his car was found even cleaner than usual, that's a sign someone else was either driving it or was trying to get rid of evidence, which sadly points to foul play, imo. I bet it all comes back to the guys who seem to have kidnappened him a couple days later.

Have you ever seen the old segment from the early 90s? Just curious because I wondered if there was anything they might've left out. He seemed like one of the nicest guys in the world, which makes this case even sadder. I really feel for you guys (heck, it's sad to me just seeing it on tv, I can only imagine how it is to his family) - I hope he's found someday or at least you know what happened to him.
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If his car was found even cleaner than usual, that's a sign someone else was either driving it or was trying to get rid of evidence, which sadly points to foul play, imo. I bet it all comes back to the guys who seem to have kidnappened him a couple days later.

It's possible it could be the other way around..AJ could be the assailant and someone else could have been the victim in he car.

Maybe we are looking at this case from the wrong angle. Maybe AJ committed a crime and is on the lam.
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It's possible it could be the other way around..AJ could be the assailant and someone else could have been the victim in he car.

Maybe we are looking at this case from the wrong angle. Maybe AJ committed a crime and is on the lam.
Given what we know about AJ, I totally doubt that. The only crime he ever committed that we know of was the DUI when he was younger, and even that was something he seemed to be long done with by 1991 (like how he was helping other people in similar situations). What motive would he have had - and even if he did I'm sure he wouldn't have left his wallet and checkbook in the car.

I personally think both men who saw him in the red car were legit sightings, especially since they were his friends. The older one who was at his mailbox when they drove by was probably a longtime friend; and the younger guy Ken said he'd known AJ since he'd been a kid....so I figure they'd both recognize him easier.

The most heartbreaking thing would be if that WAS him and he could've had the chance to get rescued, and still ended up dying later.
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It's possible it could be the other way around..AJ could be the assailant and someone else could have been the victim in he car.

Maybe we are looking at this case from the wrong angle. Maybe AJ committed a crime and is on the lam.
But what crime would that be? Is there another missing person? An unsolved murder? Money missing from his place of work? It would take a big crime to make a person want to disappear completely and never contact his family. Doesn't fit the profile of AJ IMO.
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But what crime would that be?
1. May be just a simple crime of passion. AJ may have fell off the wagon and killed someone in rage.

2. Killing someone would be a good way to get out of debt. Perhaps AJ murdered someone he owed. AJ may have never even planned it.


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It would take a big crime to make a person want to disappear completely and never contact his family.
I agree. Debt, fraud, shame and murder are all serious enough reasons to lame it.

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Doesn't fit the profile of AJ IMO
Part of AJ's profile involves him being a recovering alcoholic. Inebriation doesn't lead to the best of contacts or the best of actions.

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Given what we know about AJ, I totally doubt that. The only crime he ever committed that we know of was the DUI when he was younger, and even that was something he seemed to be long done with by 1991 (like how he was helping other people in similar situations).
1. Helping people in similar situations also leads him in contact with individuals who may have records and dubious activities.

2. It' what we don;t know about AJ that bothers me.


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The most heartbreaking thing would be if that WAS him and he could've had the chance to get rescued, and still ended up dying later.
Maybe not. AJ may have been a prisoner on a long leash.

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That's an interesting question. Whether there is another missing person in the area.

If AJ was murdered, his murderer might be a "missing person" on the lam.
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It's possible it could be the other way around..AJ could be the assailant and someone else could have been the victim in he car.

Maybe we are looking at this case from the wrong angle. Maybe AJ committed a crime and is on the lam.
I'm all for leaving no stone unturned, but this seems way out there, imo.

If the UM segment is accurate, which it appears to be since news articles tell the same facts, I don't feel the facts of his last movements indicate a guy on the run: The check and wallet in his car, the credible sightings of him seeming disheveled and watched/accompanied by two men, etc. If he had committed a crime, why would he remain in the small area for the next several days versus getting the hell out of there as fast as possible.

Mastermind, I thought your other idea was much more credible: that he had another life that his family didn't know of, such as gambling or perhaps even drugs, and that it caught up with him.

It would be so interesting to actually be able to find out what happened to him. I still wonder if his car was found on route to his house from the convenient store, or if he went somewhere intentionally before heading home.
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I don't have AJ's segment handy right now, someone help me out with the text of that anonymous note that was sent about "self inflicted gunshot wound". I want to ponder that a bit. Thanks in advance.
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I don't have AJ's segment handy right now, someone help me out with the text of that anonymous note that was sent about "self inflicted gunshot wound". I want to ponder that a bit. Thanks in advance.

AJ Breaux... he was drunk at the time... self-inflicted gunshot wound... stomach... drawstring cotton sack... put in by friend... rolled over steep grassy bayou bank... near dam.. {signed** Helene
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AJ Breaux... he was drunk at the time... self-inflicted gunshot wound... stomach... drawstring cotton sack... put in by friend... rolled over steep grassy bayou bank... near dam.. {signed** Helene
Thank you. I wanted to mull it over to see if there was a way it could be interepreted as AJ doing the clean up of someone else, but it doesn't jive that way with me.
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I'm all for leaving no stone unturned, but this seems way out there, imo.

If the UM segment is accurate, which it appears to be since news articles tell the same facts, I don't feel the facts of his last movements indicate a guy on the run: The check and wallet in his car, the credible sightings of him seeming disheveled and watched/accompanied by two men, etc. If he had committed a crime, why would he remain in the small area for the next several days versus getting the hell out of there as fast as possible.
Not everyone that goes on the lam does so immediately. There have been several cases were suspects have waited weeks after committing the crime to become fugitives.

1. AJ Breaux would have a lot to think about before lamming it. Least of which is whether to abandon his family. That had to be a difficult decision that would take some time and a lot of back and forth.

2. If your going to lam it, your going to need to be prepared. Especially since you might be leaving permanently. AJ may have been staying around to get cash, a car, a place to hide. He may have been looking to get the assistance of some of his buddies.

3. If AJ was drunk, it might not have realized what occurred until much later. He may only recently put two and two together and realized that he committed a crime.

4. AJ may not have been alone if he committed murder. There may have been other people that had something to say about it. Those people may been what preveneted AJ from departing right away.

5. AJ may have had to delay his departure because he had to do something very important----such as disposing of the body and cleaning up the crime scene.

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My theory stems from the concept that AJ went on the lame to avoid getting arrested.

Giving AJ's alcoholic past....it's not that big a stretch that AJ might have killed someone out of passion.

The only thing missing of course is that victim's body and a crime scene.

Perhaps AJ was drunk driving and killed a pedestrian.
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Its grasping at straws time if we go into thinking AJ is now the murder instead of the victim. I haven't this in awhile, so if someone could answer the following questions I apperiacte.

1. Do we know that the police took that note seriously or not?

2. What is the time frame and distance between the clerk seeing him leave to the "abduction" and "phone booth" incidents?

3. What did AJ do for a living, hobbies and so on minus AA?

As for the family and friends who posted here, let me again apologize for the wild speculation with no real facts to back up the theories being thrown around. Please understand, people seem to spitball ideas even if they are off the wall. A lot of junior detectives in here with a game of the wilder the theory the more real it seems. I would appericate if the family and friends could answer the questions, thanks.
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Its grasping at straws time if we go into thinking AJ is now the murder instead of the victim. I haven't this in awhile, so if someone could answer the following questions I apperiacte.

1. Do we know that the police took that note seriously or not?
I believe so, if I recall correctly they searched the area near the dam which was close to where his car was found.
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3. What did AJ do for a living, hobbies and so on minus AA?
RS said that he ran a local furniture store, I believe. Other than the group meetings, no mention of any other hobbies/activities was made.
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