Father vows to keep looking for Susan Cox Powell
I think the headline is misleading. Josh did not make an admission of guilt.
This psychologist is just playing games.
this investigation has obviously reached the point of diminishing returns at an
extreme level. At some point things become obvious even if all of the evidence
cannot be gathered. Finding her body for her family to have some kind of closure
would be nice but how much more money needs to be spent on this case? if there
is anyone who has any information on this and has not come forward they should
be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. Other than that there is no
point in going on tying up manpower that could be used for something more
urgent. there is nothing to be gained unless we are able to prosecute someone
who is alive for any of their involvement.
I'am 99.9999999999% sure Josh Powell was involved in the disappearance of
Susan Cox Powell.The investigators have done a very good job piecing
this together. Very sad.C
WVC PD --Have you talked to the newspaper in Pendleton, OR - giving
details about what's known of Michael's actions in the area .... and
putting a reward out for more information?A broken-down car? Who
gave him a ride? How did he leave Pendleton? He had to have contact with
several people in that area.
cjb, actually .... Michael Powell's loyalty was to the 93% of millions of
dollars of life insurance.Not only did he kill himself when he knew
the police were closing in on him, but it wasn't long after his claim on
the money had failed in the court.
There are people among us who look like us but are not like us. Josh
Powell's brother said to police he would not tell police what happened to
Susan if he knew because his loyalty was to his brother.Here we have
a family members one is willing to murder and the other willing to cover it up.
These are evil people who look so normal.I wish there was a good way
to discern such people beforehand.
"Left no stone unturned." I can understand authorities giving up because
the "trail went cold,"However not every stone has been unturned.
There is one stone left and under that stone will be the Real Answer. Cox family
I am proud of your desire to find that one stone.Our hearts and prayers are with
Hey prosecutors office - have some faith in a jury. A jury can find 'beyond
a reasonable doubt' without a body found, especially with this mountain of
evidence - you say did not want a gamble in a "lesser charge" - well,
the alternative (letting a killer roam free) isn't a good option. Very
disappointing work. Also, it is troubling - just when Josh was considering
approaching Cox to reconcile, which could have resulted in a confession or
otherwise, the psychologist speculates and basically tells Josh its never going
to help - "The psychologist told [Josh]..unless she came back unharmed or
her body was found and the evidence showed he could not have done it, the doctor
doubted reconciliation would be possible." So, Josh shuts back up, and goes
on to kill himself and his kids. Since when does a psychologist shoot down a
person's desire to try and reconcile?
It now is obvious and was before, but if Josh was capable of murdering his two
little boys, he was capable of murdering his wife. I am not really impressed by
the men in this family, go figure???