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Anonymous takes interest in Davis death

April 6, 2013

PARKERSBURG — Anonymous, a collective of hackers known for its Guy Fawkes masks, has taken an interest in the Jaleayah Davis case....

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Darstin

Apr-18-13 12:31 AM

Starting to wonder when anyone will point out that I said "may" be guilty. I am accusing no one, claiming nothing, nor am I relaying facts, as this article claims. I am stating what the public understands. Which is to say there are a lot of things that do not make sense. The family, the public, wants answers. That's all there is to it. Some believe it's murder, some believe it was a simple wreck, others believe the only "cover up" is that she was killed accidentally and the police are covering for her. My beliefs are neutral. Anonymous' beliefs are neutral. To those insisting we "leave the family alone", keep in mind the family contacted us. They want our help in learning the truth. Answers, that's what they want. That's their idea of justice; knowing what happened to their daughter.

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AndersonSmith

Apr-10-13 7:53 AM

EXACTLY @blueline. Instead of everyone on here who has suddenly become an "accident expert" complaining that they haven't seen the reports, why don't you go ask to see them?

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SuzzyQ

Apr-09-13 10:13 PM

I'm not a liar. And what I THINK doesn't really matter. What matters is that ALL reports on ALL aspects of the investigation should be given to the family and made public. Transparency of the sheriff's dept is a big issue. If they are reporting the findings accurately, then why not hand it over?An investigation of this length and the unusual circumstances surrounding it should have a huge file of reports and professional findings. The family has a right to see this. Having some deputy come and briefly explain it is not enough in this case. Rest in peace, Jaleayah.

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SuzzyQ

Apr-09-13 6:10 PM

Really@blueline?? A badge does not make a person trustworthy or good. Blind trust in people of "authority" is not wise. Being skeptical does not make a person "shady"! Attitudes like yours are what makes it easier for people like Drew Peterson to feel like they are above the law. I'm far from shady by questioning!! I am an educated professional with a masters degree and knowledge of the law. Sorry. I'm not a crash investigator. Maybe I should do that next!!

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AndersonSmith

Apr-09-13 8:05 AM

Has anyone asked the Sheriff's Office to see the reports? I really don't know so that's why I'm asking. I was somewhat skeptical of the report that was released as well when I first read it, but the more I think about it makes sense to me that what they reported is certainly plausible. It is sad, no doubt about that, but throughout this whole investigation the community built up this idea that this was a murder and now that they didn't get the answer they wanted or were expecting there is a huge backlash because of it. Yes, the investigation was labeled as suspicious in the beginning, but that was before much was really known about this case. I bet if you'd go back and look at a lot of cases that were labeled suspicious in the beginning there would be many of them that turned out not to have had foul play involved. I personally applaud the police for doing such a thorough investigation and not just throwing it all together in a month and being done with it

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SuzzyQ

Apr-08-13 11:58 PM

@andersonsmith. Police coverup and or not enough investigation- yes! Conspiracy between Kia and reenactment experts no! Where are the reports that will put an end to the suspicious collision and ejection results?? Surely the Wood county sheriff has the reports. Release them and this will end. Verbally relay information and it still doesn't make sense. Just because they are LAW ENFORCEMENT it does not mean they have integrity. Yes. They should, but unfortunately it isn't always the case.

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localyokel

Apr-08-13 8:11 PM

For those wanting the facts on the investigation and crash analysis..... FOIA

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BakerKat

Apr-08-13 7:27 PM

So until June people with KIAs are just driving around with crummy non-working air bags? Are they just hoping noone dies before then?

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krn26101

Apr-08-13 7:05 PM

B...Kia says that notices will not go out to owners until approximately June 2013. So, no she wouldn't have known to take to a dealer to have it fixed.

According to information posted by Jaleayahs mom on Justice for Jaleayah..Graham said he would try to get back the "J" keychain from this girl. She should give this back to the family unless she is selfish.

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BfromWV

Apr-08-13 6:23 PM

Krn26101 if there was a recall on her vehicle it was up to the vehicle owner (I am assuming was Jaleayah) to take it to the dealer to be fixed. Why do people find it so hard to believe an unrestrained driver can be ejected out the passenger side window when the impact of the collision was on the passenger side. This young lady chose to drive drunk. Whether someone was chasing her or not we will never know. It is apparent another car did not come in contact with Jaleayah's car or there would be a dent and/or paint from the other vehicle on the car. The only thing I have heard was on the car was the damage all down the passenger side and blood on the rear bumper, quarter panel or trunk area. The blood would make sense because that is probably were she crossed back over the car after striking the guardrail. As far as I am concerned this was a tragic wreck involving a young lady who made some bad decisions and paid a very high price.

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AndersonSmith

Apr-08-13 5:31 PM

@SuzzyQ alleging a conspiracy is EXACTLY what this article is about. This guy states in the video that there is a police cover up

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SuzzyQ

Apr-08-13 4:26 PM

The investigation is already reported to have been done. Kia and other specialists completed the work and gave the findings to the sheriff. Nobody should have to pay for it to be done AGAIN. The family should be provided with all official documents and reports from these parties. Just the verbal explanation by the sheriffs department is not enough in a case like this. I would think that these specialists would be happy to provide the documentation to put the matter at rest. I don't think anyone questioning this is alleging a conspiracy involving all parties. Just an incomplete investigation of the details and people involved with this girl on the night it happened and after.

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AndersonSmith

Apr-08-13 3:21 PM

I can't believe how many people honestly think this is a cover up. There are too many outside agencies involved that have nothing to do with the police and would have nothing to gain from a cover up. Besides, even if these agencies were "paid off" as some are claiming, there are too many people involved for it to remain this tight of a secret. And to those of you who are claiming the results of the investigation are impossible, I ask this question - Are you crash experts? Do investigate crashes and crime scenes for a living? How many of you have had people tell you that something you have tried to show them was impossible? This was a tragic incident, and perhaps the experts got a few details incorrect, but the results of the investigation are NOT a police cover up.

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Remington

Apr-08-13 12:58 PM

KRN now the family will try to due the car manufacturer because they are looking to "blame" someone else when they will not accept that the daughter did no wrong. We live in a society that likes to blame others... Look at the person in the WH

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krn26101

Apr-08-13 12:52 PM

There were recall issues with the airbags in the type of car she was driving.

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Remington

Apr-08-13 11:58 AM

Well the KIA headquarters is in my town of Irvine To the people who are in doubt can fly into John Wayne airport and it only takes 15 minutes to drive to the HQ. I am sure the expert would talk to you.

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SuzzyQ

Apr-07-13 11:34 PM

My interest involves the presentation of the investigation results. Not just the report from the sheriffs dept. Why not have Kia and experts show everyone how this happened? It seems a small thing to ask.

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saberfire

Apr-07-13 10:57 PM

For a few reasons suspicious, she was driving but went out the passenger window-was somebody else driving? etc. etc. Her Mom is so sad every day, she cries anytime she talks about her. She was trying to get talk shows and major news networks to cover the story, some were interested. It would be nice to finally get it resolved for her. Accident, murder, both? Maybe somebody walked away from the scene...

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Itsnottolate

Apr-07-13 4:13 PM

If anyone wants to know how to feel about this or what is right or wrong with America and the world just listen to Denver, he is a genius! Denver, you are my hero!

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Greennic

Apr-07-13 12:50 PM

@Slade "Sorry, you don't get to keep throwing out those serious (and now apparently baseless) allegations in a public forum and then just make everyone who doesn't agree shut up."

When did I make serious allegations in this public forum? Pretty sure the only thing I said is the family has asked for the key chain back. That's the truth, not an allegation. Also, I completely agree that Kia and the FBI have no reason to falsify their reports. However, there are so many holes in the WCSO story and that's what her family wants answered. Again, I don't know what's so wrong with that. That's all I've been saying.

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slade1

Apr-07-13 11:47 AM

@Suzzy - "My question is " is it possible that someone chasing the victim ran her off the road causing the accident?". There isn't any suggestion of the investigation looking into this possibility."

I'm not sure how you reached the conclusion that the investigation didn't consider that, unless you were involved in the investigation. Are you now accepting the physical description as to how she was thrown from the car? Because even if there was a "chaser", that stuff still had to happen. And that is an example of what I've been asking all along, is there a solid theory of what actually happened, or are a lot of people grasping at straws for anything OTHER than the explanation given because you WANT there to be more to it?

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slade1

Apr-07-13 11:41 AM

@greenic - "If you don't agree with what people are saying, keep your negative comments to yourself. Her family is obviously still grieving by having many questions left unanswered."

I originally started following the case based on seeing/hearing the wild speculation. The family and friends made this a very public event and have continually labeled people "murderers". As it has unfolded, I've begun to realize that there is absolutely NOTHING to support those claims. Having an argument isn't a crime, being a "party girl" doesn't mean you're a murderer. Sorry, you don't get to keep throwing out those serious (and now apparently baseless) allegations in a public forum and then just make everyone who doesn't agree shut up. I feel really bad for the family, but perpetuating false accusations isn't right either.

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slade1

Apr-07-13 11:34 AM

@greenic - "Something tells me if her family didn't believe some sort of foul play was involved, they wouldn't go through this much trouble to find more answers."

Perfectly understandable that her family wouldn't want to believe that such a senseless mistake of her own killed her. It doesn't make them correct. In the original article it is noted that multiple outside agencies were part of the investigation. KIA motors, the person who teaches crash scene reconstruction at the police academy - these people have no reason to falsify results.

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whoknew25

Apr-07-13 10:39 AM

And I would also like to know how Washington County should be involved? To my knowledge as well as everyone else's all events occurred in Wood County. Jaleayah was the only one who lived in Marietta all other parties are in Parkersburg!

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whoknew25

Apr-07-13 10:37 AM

Seems to me several people need to watch the interview of Jaleayah's mother and sister. The keychain was just that a keychain not a set of keys! Since the death of Jaleayah she has flaunted the keychain and has carried it around, there are pictures for proof of that! Jaleayah was extremely upset on the night of this tragic event and wanted far away from the girl that was supposedly her friend.

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