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Old 01-08-2010, 07:36 PM   #31
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I don't remember if police treated it as a serious lead. Wasn't the SC link made by some "psychic"? I wouldn't be surprised if the SC lady and psychic were working together.
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Old 01-09-2010, 01:48 AM   #32
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Yeah, when it comes to flat-out-wrong eye witnesses, I always think about Kerry Lynn Nixon and Lisa Kimmel. That woman was sooooo sure she saw KLN at a picnic and - whoops - her supposed friend got amnesia when the police showed up to question her. What??? We don't even have to get into the whole New Kids on the Block thing (although it was nice of them to put out a public plea for her return).

There were so many people who called in claiming that they saw Lisa Kimmel's car. And this is a situation where you're not just looking for a face (like in the A.J. Breaux or KLN cases), you have very specific description of the car. Most of those people were flat out wrong or flat out lying. I realize that most people are trying to help, and maybe they wished they saw what they thought they saw...which led to them actually believing it. I just don't understand people sometimes!

Also, I'd just like to add that I really love it when UM profile cases in Louisiana because I find the accents fascinating!

Also, Gail Delano. The sighting by the truck driver seemed really reliable, but she had killed herself shortly after she left Maine.

And I totally agree about the Louisiana accents - I love the Mary Ann Perez and Audrey Moate episodes for that reason alone!!

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I knew Mr. AJ from AA and he was a great man, i was a kid when he went missing. People that say he was involved in gambling and went back to drinking, obviously didn't know him at all. I know that my family would love for this case to be solved, but the truth of the matter is he probably will never be. I think of it like this Mr. AJ is in a better place and a better position to help people in heaven then what he did in an AA meeting. He did much good here on earth but I think that he has passed and is watching from above. My heart goes out now as much as it did many years ago to the family of Mr. AJ. God bless to all of the Breaux family.
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I knew Mr. AJ from AA and he was a great man, i was a kid when he went missing. People that say he was involved in gambling and went back to drinking, obviously didn't know him at all. I know that my family would love for this case to be solved, but the truth of the matter is he probably will never be. I think of it like this Mr. AJ is in a better place and a better position to help people in heaven then what he did in an AA meeting. He did much good here on earth but I think that he has passed and is watching from above. My heart goes out now as much as it did many years ago to the family of Mr. AJ. God bless to all of the Breaux family.
I welcome you and sympathize with your loss.

But you were a kid back then and are hearing things second hand after a person has been gone missing. People tend to lionize those after they departed.

1. The reason we bring up gambling is that there has to be a reason for someone to want him dead. Short of a serial killer, the motive that makes sense is money. If I seem to remember AJ did love playing poker and I find it hard to believe he did not gamble. Do you have information to the contrary that AJ did not gamble?

2. If murder is not an option, that leaves suicide or accident. How can we not think that alcohol has something to do with it? He had no other reason to off himself?
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I realize this is ancient history and might have already been covered but was it ever mentioned if the police checked the phone records of the payphone outside the mini mart that AJ was using on the day his long time friend bumped into him? Would those records even be available at the time?

I ask this because this sighting happened after AJ disappeared so if the police got the number, they could trace it to an address and question the people who live there. Surely those people would know what happened to him or could shed light on what was going on with him at the time.
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I welcome you and sympathize with your loss.

But you were a kid back then and are hearing things second hand after a person has been gone missing....

2. If murder is not an option, that leaves suicide or accident. How can we not think that alcohol has something to do with it? He had no other reason to off himself?
If bayouboy79 knew A.J. from AA, he probably wasn't that young, and since he knew him personally, I'd say he's a lot better judge of the situation than you are.

bayouboy79 never said that murder wasn't an option.

Also, "off himself?" Real nice, mastermind. Way to be sensitive.

AA is a great organization, and the fact that A.J. Breaux was so heavily involved in it speaks volumes about his character.
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If bayouboy79 knew A.J. from AA, he probably wasn't that young, and since he knew him personally, I'd say he's a lot better judge of the situation than you are.

bayouboy79 never said that murder wasn't an option.

Also, "off himself?" Real nice, mastermind. Way to be sensitive
I apologize for any offense I may have incurred.
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Def. one of the best segments ever. I tend to think foul play must have been involved, only because of the sighting of him buying milk the night he disappeared. If he was on the bottle again, or planning on killing himself, I feel that he would not have done something so normal and unassuming. It appeared that he was picking up milk and heading home.

I think he was either abducted in the convenient store parking lot, or on his way home from the store, he was driving by the park (where his car was found) and saw someone that appeared to be in trouble (perhaps someone pretending to have car trouble), or someone getting mugged, etc.. and he stopped to help them, and was taken against his will. That would explain why his car still had his wallet in it, etc. I wonder if the milk was in his car when they found it?

Anyone know?
The gallon of milk was not in the car when it was found. Where the gallon of milk went remains a mystery. I think about where it ended up all the time. I always end up feeling pretty stupid worrying about the missing milk when I should more concerned with what happend to uncle AJ, but i find the detail of the missing milk very fasinating.
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This is such a sad case I've always been interested in. Nice to hear from AJ's relatives, and I really sympathize with you.

Although it's unlikely I personally hope he's still alive, he seemed like such a nice, small town guy. That's interesting the milk was never found in his car, as simple as it sounds it could tell us alot about what might've happened.

BTW what does everyone thing of the chick (Christie I think) who says she saw AJ about 3 weeks later trying to sell frozen food out of his van? It's been proven that alot of eyewitnesses can be mistaken. I'm guessing that wasn't him but just resembled him. I think it's possible, but am leaning towards no. Even if he did start drinking again (which I hope not) he would've eventually sobered up and had the chance to make a run for it. Plus, the kidnappers weren't with him then either and he somehow got access to that van.

That said I do think it was AJ that the two guys who knew him saw after he disappeared. It's what happened from there that nobody knows.

Of course what makes this the most tragic is that his life seemed to be going perfectly back in 1991 after he rebounded from his earlier DUI.
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The gallon of milk was not in the car when it was found. Where the gallon of milk went remains a mystery. I think about where it ended up all the time. I always end up feeling pretty stupid worrying about the missing milk when I should more concerned with what happend to uncle AJ, but i find the detail of the missing milk very fasinating.
It's not such an insignificant detail, though, if you really think about it, because it allows you to go through possible scenarios. The milk wasn't in the car, and wasn't found at home. This can take it in several directions:

For example, He got into his car to go home with his milk, and then was accosted somewhere. They took his car and threw out the milk when they left it parked, perhaps because they had touched it. Perhaps he was holding the milk when accosted and it fell to the ground and spilled. They could have picked it up to avoid leaving a piece of evidence with his or their prints on it which would indicate where he was abducted. He may not even have driven his car to where it was found. Was his car cleaner than normal when found?
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Always surprised me that this case was unsolved.
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Because of old age?

Or do you think it's unlikely he left on his own?
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It's not such an insignificant detail, though, if you really think about it, because it allows you to go through possible scenarios. The milk wasn't in the car, and wasn't found at home. This can take it in several directions:

For example, He got into his car to go home with his milk, and then was accosted somewhere. They took his car and threw out the milk when they left it parked, perhaps because they had touched it. Perhaps he was holding the milk when accosted and it fell to the ground and spilled. They could have picked it up to avoid leaving a piece of evidence with his or their prints on it which would indicate where he was abducted. He may not even have driven his car to where it was found. Was his car cleaner than normal when found?
Yeah I agree with that. I wonder if he was kidnapped from the conveinence store parking lot or somewhere else along the way home. If the milk wasn't found, then maybe they threw it out for that very reason (even if he did drive into the park).

I just thought of this right now, but...how accurate do you think the park maintainence guy is, who claims he saw AJ being kidnapped by those same three men? Reason I bring that up is the reenactment shows that being in the daytime, and AJ was on his way home in the evening? Plus pulling into the park at night in the first place seems unlikely, so maybe it's a good chance he didn't drive himself there.

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I think they said he was 51 in 1991 so he'd only be around 70 now. That's getting elderly but not "old old" so he should definitely be alive in that respect. I just can't see him being on the run of his own violition, kidnapped and kept alive, or having amnesia all these years.
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BTW what does everyone thing of the chick (Christie I think) who says she saw AJ about 3 weeks later trying to sell frozen food out of his van? It's been proven that alot of eyewitnesses can be mistaken. I'm guessing that wasn't him but just resembled him. I think it's possible, but am leaning towards no. Even if he did start drinking again (which I hope not) he would've eventually sobered up and had the chance to make a run for it. Plus, the kidnappers weren't with him then either and he somehow got access to that van.
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.
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Or do you think it's unlikely he left on his own?
He would have turned 69 this January. Although it is possible he may still be alive, it is very very unlikely he left on his own. If i'm not mistaken his first granddaughter was born right before his disapearance, and he was a very family oriented person. Like I posted earlier at least some of the family suspects foul play.
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