Listen: Rebecca Gould, Official, Mill discussed on Hell and Gone
"September. Twentieth. Two thousand four thousands of times my mind, and in every scenario, no matter, how frayed she may have been if she saw people coming for her Rebecca Gould would have gone down fighting trying to figure out what's real. And what's? Not real is like a whole nother layer. Really hard. It is really hard. Yeah. There's a lot this hard about this. I mean, one of the things that I was thinking about last night is the fact that, you know, I'm not a lawyer, but it's been very difficult because you're not allowed to say there's never been a suspect named by the police. The police are giving out known for mation. They won't even really tell you who the people of interest are think they said a little bit about it at the time they named they case he was a person of interest at one point. But then it was very quickly reported that he was not a suspect. And then after that new official suspects were name. So it's difficult to even talk about the case because you don't wanna get in trouble. Legally, it really creates this this just wall of silence. You can't you can't talk. Everyone's everyone's whispering. The names. Everyone's texting me these names you can't say their suspect. You can't say they're a person of interest in it, not only as is bad for the investigation. It's also bad for these people because they never get charged with never get cleared either an affiliate the investigation feels like it's. A real impasse. I feel like, you know, for whatever reason the police have very definite idea about who. It is other people have a different idea. It just feels like it's at a place where it really might not get solved unless some radical new approach comes in. We've learned from the autopsy that there were no obvious defensive wounds on the body and no signs that she'd been restrained. So who wrote this letter, and why were they trying to help or to throw off the police? Could it have been written in an attempt to get media attention to support one of the other theories surrounding Rebecca's death or could it have been the killer? Stoking the town's rumor mill to continue to hide in plain sight. We'll be right back.."