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Old 06-20-2014, 01:50 PM   #61
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I think that's probably what I tend toward myself, although I have to admit I wouldn't be particularly shocked if Adam was coughed up alive somewhere someday.
The more I think about it, the more I think Adam Emery was too much of a conceited jerk to remain on the lam. I think, in his mind, he was rightful in his actions (despite the fact that it was brought out that Jason Bass had nothing to do with hitting his car), and that he dare not spend a night in jail (or on the run for that matter) for something he felt he rightfully did. JMO
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I always found Adam and Elena Emery to be two of the most objectionable, reprehensible people ever profiled on UM. The fact that Adam had no prior run-ins with the law, quite frankly, doesn't add up to a hill of beans in my book.

To recap, Adam and Elena got extremely outraged and hostile over a minor incident (insurance would have easily paid for the minor damage to their car), decided to take the law into their own hands, threatened the safety of everyone on the road that night due to their erractic behavior and driving, stalked and threatened a car full of innocent people, and killed a completely innocent person. I have no idea why Adam fully expected Jason to pull over, get out of the car and talk to him when he was acting like a homicidal maniac. In contrast, Jason's reaction to flee and avoid any confrontation was the ideal reaction. If Adam and Elena had any brains between them, they would have realized that they were tracking down the wrong people.

And I should point out that Elena chanted "I'm going to kill someone, I'm going to kill someone" after the verdict was read. I really have no idea who she was going to kill, but she was already responsible for the death of an innocent person, and I think she wanted to add another to the list and become a serial killer. IMO, she's as every bit a homicidal maniac as her husband. They came off as rich, elitist snobs and I think they probably justified their actions in their own warped minds. I take a lot of comfort in knowing they're both dead and can't destroy any more lives - the greatest possible outcome in this case. They escaped punishment in life, but found a far greater one 20 years ago.

I don't know anything about the other couple in the Emery car, but I'll throw them in the guilty pile as well. They could have taken steps to prevent what happened, they could have helped Jason and they chose to do absolutely nothing. They'll have to pay the price someday, if they haven't already.
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It's a minor detail, but I've always been really curious to know if the unknown motorist who sideswiped Adam's car ever found about all the commotion they indirectly caused by fleeing the scene.

On the one hand, you'd have to feel guilty about an innocent person dying. On the other hand, you'd might feel a bit of relief about not having to deal with an enraged Adam Emery that night. Even if the motorist had done the right thing and pulled over after hitting the car, who knows if Adam's temper still might have caused him to do something stupid?
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It's a minor detail, but I've always been really curious to know if the unknown motorist who sideswiped Adam's car ever found about all the commotion they indirectly caused by fleeing the scene.

On the one hand, you'd have to feel guilty about an innocent person dying. On the other hand, you'd might feel a bit of relief about not having to deal with an enraged Adam Emery that night. Even if the motorist had done the right thing and pulled over after hitting the car, who knows if Adam's temper still might have caused him to do something stupid?
Probably, Adam was that much of a coward. The thing about road rage (and this was one of the worst examples of it) is that the person feels big and macho because they're behind the wheel of a car and can use it was a weapon (and even after Adam was out of his car, he still had the knife). I doubt Adam would have had the stones to go at it with someone in hand to hand combat.
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It's a minor detail, but I've always been really curious to know if the unknown motorist who sideswiped Adam's car ever found about all the commotion they indirectly caused by fleeing the scene.

On the one hand, you'd have to feel guilty about an innocent person dying. On the other hand, you'd might feel a bit of relief about not having to deal with an enraged Adam Emery that night. Even if the motorist had done the right thing and pulled over after hitting the car, who knows if Adam's temper still might have caused him to do something stupid?
Whoever it was has got to feel awful regardless. Didn't the segment (or maybe it was an article I read) say whoever actually hit his car never came forward?
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Whoever it was has got to feel awful regardless. Didn't the segment (or maybe it was an article I read) say whoever actually hit his car never came forward?
Yep, I'm pretty sure the identity of the motorist is still an unsolved-mystery-within-an-unsolved-mystery. For all we know, they may never have even made the connection about what happened.
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Probably, Adam was that much of a coward. The thing about road rage (and this was one of the worst examples of it) is that the person feels big and macho because they're behind the wheel of a car and can use it was a weapon (and even after Adam was out of his car, he still had the knife). I doubt Adam would have had the stones to go at it with someone in hand to hand combat.
That makes sense. Remember the David Hurley case? We don't know the exact details of the accident David Hurley was involved in but apparently the other driver was angry enough to shoot him not once or twice, but THREE times, once in the back as he was trying to get away.
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That makes sense. Remember the David Hurley case? We don't know the exact details of the accident David Hurley was involved in but apparently the other driver was angry enough to shoot him not once or twice, but THREE times, once in the back as he was trying to get away.
And the person who killed Richard Aderson.
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I find it odd that Adam was declared legally dead in 2004...then placed back on the FBI Most Wanted list in 2010. They must have a reason for doing that. Has he been spotted somewhere?
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Interesting catch Letter!! I wonder if there has been some evidence found that he's still alive and kicking somewhere.
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I find it odd that Adam was declared legally dead in 2004...then placed back on the FBI Most Wanted list in 2010. They must have a reason for doing that. Has he been spotted somewhere?
http://www.rimonthly.com/Blogs/ridai...k-in-the-news/ has a comment by Cynthia Borzillo-Bass:

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ADAM EMERY IS A LIVE AND WELL ACCORDING TO HIS NEPHEW . QUOTING A CARD THAT WAS MAILED TO ADAM'S FATHER , WHICH IS THE YOUNG MANS GRANDFATHER. HE SAID QUOTE " IM SORRY , AND IM OK . I WON'T BE CONTACTING YOU AGAIN . I WAS SHOCKED TO HEAR THIS AS IT WAS TOLD TO ME BY MY DAUGHTER . MY HUSBAND WAS RAYMOND BASS, THE BROTHER OF JASON BASS THE YOUNG MAN ADAM EMERY MURDERED IN AUG. OF 1990 . I LEFT A VOICE MESSAGE WITH THE A.G. OFFICE I BELEIVE IT WAS THE SUMMER OF 2006 . NO ONE RETURNED MY CALL . I EXPLAINED THAT I NEW OF A PERSON OF INTEREST RELATED TO THE EMERY / BASS MURDER CASE . OUR VOICE GOES UNHEARD . WHERE'S THE JUSTICE FOR JAY ! BUT WE STILL KEEP THE FAITH THAT SOMEDAY WE WILL HAVE ABSOLUTE CLOSURE . A BASS FAMILY MEMBER , CYNTHIA BASS - DENONCOUR
The card could have been a hoax, but it's not a stretch that he could have blamed his wife for his actions and decided to let her end up in the river by herself, while planning his own escape.
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The more I think about it, the more I think this conceited jack-hole is still out there. Seriously, if they find him 10 years from now, it wouldn't surprise me.
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This played again. I still keep my last yr theory that they are both in the water. Why buy the weights? However, he is a very cocky *******. He could be on an island somewhere. He could have pushed her and had another car....I just don't think so. That whole reinactment....Elena egging him on. I wonder what their friends in the back were thinking??
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I think he's dead.

I think he's so indignant and cocky that he'd rather die than spend a day in jail. The answer to the "last meal" of fast food can be explained in a rather simple way: How many of us avoid McDonalds because of the effect it has on our waistlines? If the Emerys were health conscious, as I suspect they were, they wouldn't eat fast food at all...UNLESS it was in a circumstance where there would be no consequences for it.

I apologize if that doesn't make sense. I'm running on about two hours sleep today...
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I think he's dead.

I think he's so indignant and cocky that he'd rather die than spend a day in jail. The answer to the "last meal" of fast food can be explained in a rather simple way: How many of us avoid McDonalds because of the effect it has on our waistlines? If the Emerys were health conscious, as I suspect they were, they wouldn't eat fast food at all...UNLESS it was in a circumstance where there would be no consequences for it.

I apologize if that doesn't make sense. I'm running on about two hours sleep today...
I think it would have more to do with the Emery's not wanting to be seen at Burger King, a place more associated with "commoners". They are/were self-absorbed people.
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