Missing La crosse and missing evidence from the research field

What happened to the story of those missing,

LA CROSSE?

The parents of those who by that time were being called parents of the victims of the smiley face killers gang, began exchanging notes, and realised that their sons were all missing Crosses. Other belongings such as wallets and other jewellery had been recovered, yet their sons who had been retrieved from the rivers and lakes, were all missing various religious medals such as crosses and st Christopher medals.

This startling piece of evidence first became known to me from reading what used to be the main smiley face killers website.

A full article was also posted in a newspaper about this fact that those who were thought to be victims of the smiley face killers were all  missing various religious jewellery.

While other personal belongings were being recovered with the bodies from the water, their crosses and catholic medals were missing.

The particular posting on the main smiley face killers website that had by that time become the focus and main source for the media reporting, the post on this subject of missing religious medals had ever so strangely been scrubbed.

The rest of the website intact and still updated.

Suspicion mounts

This is just another instance of backtracking and backchatting as far as revisionism of smiley face evidence that is the key to explaining and proving the existence of a smiley face murder gang.

A gang that is involved in murder and that has  a very real purposeful and organised modus operandi with a real method to its self-evident rituals.

Again, it was only after I found a credible evidence based explanation-(that by the way, directly links to my previous graffiti findings) -of why the crosses and religious medallions (that included a cross by the way) were being removed from the victims, that this story of the parents noticing that this removal of their sons’ crosses and religious medals was occurring in case after case,  again and again.

The reporting of this crucial evidence was scrubbed after i published my findings that showed yet another provable link to my research.

We are Missing la crosse link

La missing Crosse evidence has been scrubbed and then totally avoided in the smiley face murder lexicon of discussable and promotable subjects in the media. Or more importantly as documented evidence, historically compiled and archived, and so available for any would be researchers.

Here is the orginal opening text of the article that was explaining the revelation by the families of cross removals from their sons’ on the sfkillers website

Christian Chains

Many families of drowning victims are comparing notes and discovering similarities. Bill and I just realized that victims are being recovered with their clothes, wallets, college ID cards, but not their religious neck chains. So far, we know of missing crosses, Saint Christopher medals and Saint Patrick medals.

If you know of a family who believes their son’s death could be connected to the others, please pass this on. We’re curious to find out how many other young men may have been recovered without a beloved piece of jewelry – especially a religious neck chain or medallion.

Here is the empty link:

The cross removals are of vital evidential importance

Even though this fact of cross removal from the drowning victims  is obviously to any serious observer to be of vital evidential importance, this fact is being purposefully censored from the public. And again in light of my findings, the reason for this censorship, obvious. Continue reading

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What exactly are the smiley face murders?

Let us start at the first question, by looking at the smiley face crimes.

We are asking,

what exactly are the smiley face murders?

That in itself is in fact a wrong question, because not all those listed in the various lists on blogs and websites that are devoted to this smiley face mystery are dead, some are still missing, this fact is of uppermost importance.

Yet predominately, the smiley face victims are young men found drowned in rivers, lakes, creeks etc. A substantial number of them found to have been placed in the water with a sign of a smiley face painted nearby the place of entry into the water of these victims. To be more exact, a smiley face or some other enigmatic graffiti, or a smiley face with certain attributes or accompanying writing.

Factual Investigation

This explanation of what exactly are the smiley face murders, is based upon the findings of an investigation by two retired new york detectives, who dedicated their time and funds on behalf of certain victim families and their promise to help find who was responsible for the murders as they saw them, of the respective sons who had been found drowned.

Factual relevance

Now, whatever you think of these findings by these two retired detectives, they are based upon facts.

The Smiley faces are still very relevent

Based upon my own fact finding, unearthed by following the strongest evidence leads out of all the cases, I cannot discount their discoveries of graffiti symbols and smiley faces as coincidental, because there are far too many facts that defend their relevance.

Backtracking and backchat

The recent spoiling and rubbishing of their own evidence in regard to the significance of the findings of graffiti, follows a pattern of others involved in these cases, specifically a former news tv journalist, who also at a certain point in the history of these cases, herself distanced herself from the smiley face graffiti. And did so quite explicitly in a web post stating any further concentration on the relevance or meaning behind the graffiti was forbidden.

Timing is everything

The timing of these two parties abandoning  a major piece of evidence,  the graffiti facts being a major part of their means of trying to show proof of and  reason for their own stated convictions, that the drowning and disappearances were far more than accidents , was very suspicious and telling.

Consider this

Considering the respective press releases occurred by both parties simultaneously, and coincided with the public release of my finding an apparent direct evidence based interpretation of the graffiti symbolism.

Facts

This word facts is important, for as we go along and I reveal to you my research, you have to understand likewise that everything I have found was and is based upon facts also.

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Watching the Detectives

In this internet age when something as compelling a mystery as the smiley face killers murder theory comes along, not only are we all watching the detectives, we inevitably become the detectives ourselves.

 

Everyone who looks into the smiley face killers, initially are looking at a media invented piece of entertainment, carefully crafted to sell copy and keep advertisers happy. This sadly is a sign of the day and age infotainment, where news stories become a money-making  AD-venture.

For all the idealism and good intentions of young journalists with their hopes of truly being a voice of scrutiny against corruption within society, a voice for the voiceless, a diligent guardian of the  masses etc. The actual truth is real investigative journalism no longer exists, and anyone naive enough to think that they would become a journalist to truly make a difference for the progression of a civilised and accountable society, should think again.

For any of us who were gripped by the entertaining saga of the smiley face killers, the true horror of the reality of these murders becomes apparent. And far from this story being a fun distraction, we should become seriously aware of how this evil must be stopped.

It is us who now need to scrutinize, to cross every T, for those who are ‘the professionals’ have become the SLAVES of THE corruption.

Journalists like detectives have to know what questions to ask, and that evidence is made up of a list of facts that build a clear picture that points to the truth.

That is what I have known and what I intended to do, and have done.

 

 

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What significance does November the 9th hold for the abductors of Joshua Guimond…? What significance does November the 9th hold for the Benedictine order of st johns abbey…?

What significance does November the 9th hold for the abductors of Joshua Guimond?

Joshua Guimond went missing from the grounds of  the Benedictine st Johns abbey and university Collegeville Minnesota, on the night of November the 9th, nine days after the Halloween night Chris Jenkins went missing. Joshua lived in a dorm in St Maurs House , st johns university collegeville Minnesota.

What significance does November the 9th hold for the Benedictine order of st johns abbey?

Saint Vitonus
Died 525
Honored in Roman Catholic Church
Canonized Pre-Congregation
Feast November 9
Patronage Verdun, France

Saint Vitonus (died 525), also called Vanne or Vaune, became a monk as a young man and was made Bishop of Verdun, c.500. Vitonus converted all the pagan residents in the area, and was known for performing miracles.[1]

Vitonus also founded a college for priests and the Benedictine abbey of Lorraine which served as the community of the Congregation of St. Vanne was later dedicated to him.[2]

The Congregation of St. Vanne, was therefore launched from the abbey of Saint-Germain-des-Prés in 1621, and gave rise to the Congregation of St. Maur, which in the event became far better known than the Vannists.

References

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vitonus

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Congregation_of_St._Vanne

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Congregation_of_St._Maur

It is interesting to note also, the movements that st Vitonus foundered and from him the maurists of st maur, both followed a strict rule of obedience of the Benedictine rule in a kind of reversal of usual reformation principles, where enforcement to the rules overtook liberalisation framed by mercy and scriptural adherence; obedience.

This November the 9th the date of Joshua’s’ abduction is not insignificant in light of these verified historical connections between Joshua’s’ dorm building name st Maurs, and the date of November the 9th.

If you can imagine Joshua being seen as a rebel, maybe even a snitch, in regard to the smooth running of the Principles kept by those at st johns Benedictine abbey collegeville Minnesota.

Joshua Guimond’s Internet Search reveals he was investigating st johns

“On October 3, 2002, Joshua searched the Internet for “st. john’s abbey statute of limitations conspiracy”. Last month, Joshua’s mom told a reporter that Joshua discussed the abuse scandal and that he didn’t think it was a good idea that the monks were able to stay on campus.”

http://www.behindthepinecurtain.com/wordpress/?p=1440

“On October 22, 2002, Joshua Guimond viewed a Star Tribune story about St. John’s”

http://www.behindthepinecurtain.com/wordpress/?p=1487

Considering the strong possibility of the suspects in the Joshua Guimond abduction being connected somehow to st johns abbey, the night of November the 9th takes on a far deeper significance and motivational purpose as to why it was the night chosen for the abduction of Joshua Guimond.

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Video Investigators: Searching for Josh

 

Investigators: Searching for Josh

Video Report

EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. – When law enforcement couldn’t provide answers, the family of a missing Minnesota college student insisted they return his computer hard drive. The family recently allowed the FOX 9 investigators access to that hard drive to see if we could find any clues in the case.

Information for the Guimond family: e-mail
Bob Guimond [bobg1123@yahoo.com]

To contact law enforcement call:
Stearns County Sheriff’s Office
320-259-3700

To learn more about this case go to:
http://www.findjoshua.com/

video here

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Why Joshua Guimond’s disappearance should be investigated as a suspicious missing person case

This analysis is a counterpoint to Richard Meryhew’s article “One last sip, one last step: A walk after a night of drinking has ended in disaster for a dozen young men at college” (Star Tribune, Feb. 12, 2006).

The article creates the erroneous impression that St. John’s University student Joshua Guimond was a drowning victim. In fact, the Guimond case is classified as a “missing person case and drowning has been effectively excluded as the cause of Guimonds disappearance.

Following is a summary of facts and circumstances relevant to the case and my analysis of those facts and circumstances. Joshua Guimond of Maple Lake disappeared around midnight on Saturday, November 9, 2002, while walking alone on the campus of St. John’s Abbey and University.

(1) More than four years have passed since the Trident Foundation — the nation’s top underwater search team — reported in May 2003, after an exhaustive search, that Guimond was not in any of the three lakes on campus as originally suspected. On May 21, 2003, the Maple Lake Messenger reported that Trident executive director Scott Romme recommended the search for Guimond “head in another direction.” Efforts by the Stearns County Sheriff’s Department, “coupled with our technologies and efforts,” Romme wrote in his report, “should provide a very high degree of reassurance to the family and the community that Josh is most probably somewhere else.”

(2) Unfortunately, the intervening years have brought no answers and the investigation seems to have reached a dead end. Here’s a brief timeline: Six months after the Trident Foundation had cleared the lakes at St. John’s, Stearns County Sheriff John Sanner told the Maple Lake Messenger (Nov. 5, 2003) that although the Trident Foundation did not find any trace of Guimond in any of the lakes on campus, the search did not rule out the possibility that Guimond was in one of the lakes: ”We felt more comfortable in looking at other possibilities after the Trident search,” Sanner said. “But that’s not to say that Josh didn’t walk into a heavily swampy area and sink into the mud.”

(3) On May 6, 2004, a year after the definitive Trident search, the St. Cloud Times reported that about 10 members of the Stearns County Sheriff’s Department’s Mounted Reserves had searched areas that had been too wet to cover in earlier searches. They searched lowland areas near the university for about 3½ hours, but found nothing. The sheriff then said that no more searches were planned, unless new information came to investigators.

(4) In the most recent development, on October 27, 2005, the St. Joseph Newsleader reported that Josh Guimond’s father, Brian Guimond, had “contacted the Soil and Water Conservation Service, and an expert there wrote Guimond a letter stating there is no such thing as ‘quicksand’ in the wetlands on the campus where Guimond’s body could have sunk from sight.”

(5) So, if Guimond is not in any lake or low-lying area on campus, where is he? Here are some relevant facts to consider in addressing that question: The premier underwater search team in the United States has cleared all bodies of water that Guimond could plausibly have fallen into. After the Trident Foundation ruled out the lakes, law enforcement authorities persisted with the notion that Guimond was in one of the lakes searched by Trident, though also holding forth the possibility that he may have walked into a heavily swampy area and sunk into the mud. Given the findings of experts from the Trident Foundation and the Soil and Water Conservation Service, there is no factual or credible information that supports the speculation that Guimond may have walked into a swamp and sunk into the mud, as Stearns County’s Sheriff Sanner repeatedly asserted for nearly three years. There is no physical or circumstantial evidence whatsoever that Guimond vanished of his own accord. He was without his car, glasses, or a coat warm enough for the freezing November weather. None of his credit cards have been used and there has been no contact with any friends or family members in the more than three years since his disappearance. Sheriff Sanner maintained for at least two years that there was no evidence Guimond was abducted or the victim of any crime.

(6) However, on October 27, 2005, the St. Joseph Newsleader quoted Sheriff Sanner as saying that the case is still classified as a “missing person investigation and that anything is possible, including an abduction.”

(7) In conclusion, all alternative explanations having been exhausted, it now seems plausible that the most likely explanation for Guimond’s disappearance is indeed an abduction. Could it be more than a coincidence that another young male, Jacob Wetterling, was abducted just a few miles away on October 22, 1989 in St. Joseph, 13 years before Guimond went missing, and that no trace of either Wetterling or Guimond has ever been found?

Sources cited and Web links (1) Find Joshua Guimond

(2) “As Trident goes, TV crew comes to St. John’s” by Theresa Andrus. Maple Lake Messenger, May 21, 2003.

(3) “One year later, Joshua is gone but not forgotten” by Theresa Andrus. Maple Lake Messenger, November 5, 2003.

(4) “Mounted Reserves find nothing in search for missing SJU student” by Kelly Scott. St. Cloud Times, May 6, 2004.

(5) “Parents frustrated no developments in son’s vanishing” by Dennis Dalman. St. Joseph Newsleader, October 27, 2005.

(6) “Vigil signals hope for missing St. John’s student” by David Unze. St. Cloud Times, November 9, 2004.

View Original Articlehttp://www.immelman.us/news/missing-person-joshua-guimond/

Why Joshua Guimond’s disappearance should be investigated as a suspicious missing person case By Aubrey Immelman Feb. 14, 2006

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Father of Josh Guimond says university has withheld information

(Herald Journal) MAPLE LAKE, MN — As the seventh year anniversary approaches for the disappearance of missing college student Joshua Guimond Nov. 10, his family is preparing for a “Justice for Josh,” march to keep his memory alive.

In addition to the march, the family has few kinds words to say about the university. According to Joshua’s father, Brian Guimond, “One of several new facts regarding Joshua’s disappearance that we need to explore involves 11 known sex offenders who resided on campus when Joshua disappeared. If that is the case, we may never know the truth. The University and Abbey have a long history of withholding information from the public and law enforcement authorities.” The public needs to be aware of this.

Guimond disappeared after leaving a small card party as a student at St. John’s University in Collegeville in 2002.

On the night of his disappearance, Josh, who was 20 at the time he went missing, left a small card party at a friend’s apartment on the St. John’s University campus around midnight on Nov. 9, 2002. His friends believed he was just making a trip to the bathroom, but when he did not come back after 15 minutes, they assumed he had just walked back to his dorm room. He has not been seen since.

Joshua did not have his glasses or contact lenses, his car, credit cards, or even a coat that was appropriate for the weather. Nothing was missing from his dorm room. His parents remain convinced that he was taken against his will.

· St. John’s recently denied a request by the Guimond family to mark the anniversary with an on-campus walk to raise awareness, claiming such an event “would not be productive”.

· The seven year anniversary of Joshua’s disappearance is November 10th.

· Supporters will meet near St. John’s University at noon, followed by a march at the Stearns County Sheriff’s office at 2pm.

· Several facts and new information regarding Joshua’s disappearance will be made public during the event.

Justice for Josh March set for Nov. 7

Joshua Guimond’s family along with supporters, advocates and other victims of campus crime are flying in from around the country and uniting to remember Joshua. A petition will be presented to the sheriff demanding accountability.

St. John’s University recently denied a request by the family to begin the Justice for Josh march on campus, at the site where Joshua was last seen. According to University representative Shawn Vierzba, such a march, “would not be productive, and that the speculation and conjecture likely generated by such a march could in the end be more harmful to the efforts to find Josh.”

The march will continue at the Stearns County Sheriffs office, where organizers will demand that law enforcement agencies release all information regarding Joshua’s disappearance and that St. John’s immediately release the names of all personnel who have had credible assault allegations made against them. A dinner and prayer service will follow. Copies of the full schedule and applicable documents will be made available online and on the day of the march.

More information
Father of Josh Guimond says university has withheld information

November 3, 2009 by Lynda Jensen, Editor<a

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