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Old 05-04-2016, 07:16 AM   #91
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Wouldn't that be ironic if Elena, the one who provoked Adam into murdering Jason, ended up being murdered herself by him?

Whatever the case, I'm glad she's not around anymore.
Ugh, Elena did seem God awful.

Reading some of these posts have given me reason to doubt my theory of Adam being in that river, remains still not found. He could very well be alive, I suppose. He just didn't strike me as the sharpest tool in the shed (no pun intended). He struck me as a roided up, provincial, meathead. I don't think he has the capacity to successfully live on the lam for these many years. But I guess dumber people have done so...

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I'll hang out at the local Burger King in southwest Miami today and look for Adam Emery.

My chances are exactly equal to the FBI's.

It's mind boggling how dense and wasteful that organization can be. The agents simply don't have proper training in specific areas, or more accurately they don't pursue the type of people who already have the talent and knowledge in those areas. It was obvious from an overview but once I read a couple of related insider books the process was even more primitive than I imagined. But it's the type of sad reality that is apparent all over the place. For example, scouting in the professional sports is at pathetic level and basically nothing changes. The same flaws and misconceptions are passed down from generation to generation, resulting in a connect rate that is far lower than it should be. One NFL scout last week downgraded a top prospect because he supposedly doesn't know how to cook. They find so-called off the field problems and lump them together, baffled toward what to expect, instead of hiring and relying on specialists who can identify what is meaningful and what is not.
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I'll hang out at the local Burger King in southwest Miami today and look for Adam Emery.

My chances are exactly equal to the FBI's.
So... you think he's fish food?
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I saw this segment yesterday, and towards the end of it Farina made a mention of "credible sources" were the reasoning behind the FBI still looking for Adam Emery to this day. Now I know the Farina episodes are a few years old now, but he's still profiled on the FBI's website. I wonder what the "credible sources" where?

Still think the guy is dead. I read an article years ago which went into detail about how much he adored Elena (she was 4-5 years older than him), and how they never did anything without the other. With the way she egged him on the night of Jason Bass's murder, I could see her being the one who egged him on to jump from the bridge. She was seen doing this in the courtroom shortly after he was convicted. I highly doubt he'd just toss his wife over, or let her jump first and then simply walk away (full of exercise weights) and somehow manage to stay undetected for over twenty years.
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I loved this case. Unlike a lot of UM segments I think both theories are plausible and wouldn't be stunned either way.

I also got a big kick out of the reconstruction when Emery is just hanging on the car as the driver tries to get him off like he is the T1000 in terminator 2. I was just waiting for his arms to turn into big knives and then after he kills the victim for him to melt into that chromatic liquid and disappear.

Anyway I think the most likely explanation is he killed himself, it's just the simplest easiest explanation.
It's interesting the FBI don't think this and make me wonder what else they know as you know they like to keep things back.
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I loved this case. Unlike a lot of UM segments I think both theories are plausible and wouldn't be stunned either way.

I also got a big kick out of the reconstruction when Emery is just hanging on the car as the driver tries to get him off like he is the T1000 in terminator 2. I was just waiting for his arms to turn into big knives and then after he kills the victim for him to melt into that chromatic liquid and disappear.

Anyway I think the most likely explanation is he killed himself, it's just the simplest easiest explanation.
It's interesting the FBI don't think this and make me wonder what else they know as you know they like to keep things back.
Hello!

The Emery case is one that has long fascinated me as well. I'm with you-- I always figured he did commit suicide. However, if the FBI has re-opened an investigation, it does make me think there's some activity that just hasn't gone public. You always wonder what it is...
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I think the FBI does know something we don't. They seem very intent on finding him, they have appealed via Twitter as recently as January https://twitter.com/FBI/status/815963867792576513.

I am not at all convinced he jumped with his wife. He was completely unremorseful about the murder even when it became clear he'd killed a man who had done nothing to him. It's completely consistent with his personality and past actions to use his wife's suicide as a diversion so he could start a new life.
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Also, I think It's utter insanity for a judge to allow a convicted murderer to walk free while they await sentencing.
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Also, I think It's utter insanity for a judge to allow a convicted murderer to walk free while they await sentencing.
THAT is the portion of the story that just blows my mind. Times have changed a bit, but typically, if you've been convicted of a serious offense, your butt is going to jail for the sole reason that by nature of the conviction, you're automatically deemed a flight risk.

There's considerations that can be made, but I've never known a judge in my neck of the woods to let someone convicted of murder just "hang out" until their sentencing date...
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I am not at all convinced he jumped with his wife. He was completely unremorseful about the murder even when it became clear he'd killed a man who had done nothing to him. It's completely consistent with his personality and past actions to use his wife's suicide as a diversion so he could start a new life.
While I assumed he jumped with her, there are lots of things in his history that make me see where you would think that.

But if he did? Man, that's cold.
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THAT is the portion of the story that just blows my mind. Times have changed a bit, but typically, if you've been convicted of a serious offense, your butt is going to jail for the sole reason that by nature of the conviction, you're automatically deemed a flight risk.

There's considerations that can be made, but I've never known a judge in my neck of the woods to let someone convicted of murder just "hang out" until their sentencing date...
Are you an attorney? Or work in that field? From your posts, you seem to have a lot of legal knowledge
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Are you an attorney? Or work in that field? From your posts, you seem to have a lot of legal knowledge
Yeah. I'm a prosecutor. Which is why I get so mad at Awsi when he starts talking about crooked prosecutors.
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I understand, CRicci. In addition to his "All prosecutors are evil and corrupt shtick," I often find myself scratching my head wondering what the heck he's saying because his posts often come across as word salads put together by a random phrase generator. Also, too often I honestly wonder if he doesn't take the opposite side to be contrary. If the general consensus is that Suspect X is guilty, then he must be innocent. If the general consensus is that Suspect X is innocent, then he must be guilty.
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