Giant Misfit May 22, 2017 Share May 22, 2017 (edited) 1 hour ago, iwasish said: Maybe the clerk realized she was drunk and once he learned about the accident, decided to keep his mouth shut to avoid getting dragged into a tragedy and possibly named in a lawsuit. But if he refused to be interviewed, how did they know she was looking for Tylenol? I think the "looking for Tylenol" was largely a figment of Danny's and his shady attorney's imagination that now has come to be taken as fact. The fact is, we just don't know what she was in there looking for. 1 hour ago, funky-rat said: I thought I recalled reading somewhere once that the clerk (or someone at the store) said she was asking specifically for Tylenol GelCaps, and they didn't sell those. Can't remember who he said that to. It would have had to be someone at the store because the surveillance footage is silent. So he had to have said something once. Gonna try and locate the police report and read it again to confirm. :) ETA: Here's the police report (PDF). In #71, it relates how the PI Thomas Ruskin located the recording of Diane at the gas station mini mart. The investigator from the State Police went to interview the clerk who then refused to speak to him. ETA2: That police report also indicates (but doesn't conclude wrongdoing) that the brother in law and Danny were making up stories about calling various police departments trying to locate Diane that morning. I also believe that Jackie refused to talk to the state police as well. That family is hiding *something.* Frankly, if it only involved family members she killed, I wouldn't care. If they want to keep the secrets in the family in that case -- fine. But she killed other people and those families have a right to know. And have a right to compensation. Edited May 22, 2017 by Giant Misfit 1 13 Link to comment
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