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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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Apr-06-13 6:09 AM

Graham sure wants everyone to know he wasn't involved in the investigation but I still think he should take a class in physics!

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Apr-06-13 7:05 AM

Yea thats for sure! I hadn't followed this story much until I heard about this Anonymous getting involved. Intrigued I checked out a picture of Jaleayah's car.

I gotta say. The final findings seem to be a load of horse crap.

The amount of damage on her car and the way it is damaged is interesting. Interesting because there is really no way for her to have been thrown out the passenger side window with that amount of damage or the lack thereof.

By looking at the damage and the scrapes down the side the car hit and kept its forward momentum.

How in the heck does a person fly out a side window if that is the case?

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Apr-06-13 8:24 AM

what reason would graham have to manipulate the findings?...he is the messenger NOT the investigator...all the chatter was fabricated by ember stafford...she was arrested...very tragic accident...sad but true...

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Apr-06-13 9:35 AM

Come on people, call it what it was, a wreck. Not an accident!!! An accident insinuates there was no obvious contributing factors.

I would venture to say there have been several million miles driven in KIA cars on the interstate system of the country without incident.

However, throw in the fact she was DRUNK by more than twice the legal limit for an ADULT, and the fact she wasn't wearing a seatbelt. Those seem to be pretty damming circumstances that take away the "accident" part of the discussion.

Now, if you want to help, I would think you all should be trying with all your effort to find out who gave/sold her the alcohol, and then what happened to her "group" of friends that let her drive totally wasted.

I won't even discuss the age factor...

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Apr-06-13 9:36 AM

I really like how suddenly the entire area population is filled with physics majors and crash scene reconstructors who have closely examined the evidence. I'm looking for your expert opinions on exactly how it went down.

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Apr-06-13 9:50 AM

It's not a matter of what people had to gain by getting paid off it's the point that the people involved had everything to lose. 17 months for a complete autopsy is a little absurd. It doesn't take a genius to figure out that the story the fed the public is bogus. They really just thought it would shut everyone up, when really it only made it worse.

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Apr-06-13 10:10 AM

If you take out all the gossip, innuendos and rumors that were flying around on social media and focus on black and white facts it would help alot. Of course there is always going to be conspiracy theorists out there. Unrestrained, drunk drivers are in crashes all the time. Some walk away with minimum injuries and others die. It is sad this young lady died at such a young age. That being said be thankful no one else was injured or killed. Alcohol, interstate speeds and a 3000 pound potential deadly weapon when mixed usually means something very bad is going to happen. She chose to drink (underage) and for whatever reason was driving (presumably home)intoxicated. Those were choices she made now her loved ones will have to live with the consequences.

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Apr-06-13 10:31 AM

Yes, let's take a look at this without the gossip, hearsay, etc. Common sense tells you to interview the people she was last with, did they do that? NO. One of the girls got a lawyer, hm wonder why? Why was her car not totaled? Why did one of the girls have Jaleayah's key chain that her sister gave her in the shape of a J? Why was her shoes (slip ons) still on her after being flung up, out and around? Also, her family obviously knows more than the public. I am willing to bet that's why they will not stop until more answers are given.

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Apr-06-13 10:35 AM

This comment is for the blueline26142...When it is YOUR child then you can say it is best to move on and accept until then you havent been in her families shoes! Dont Judge!!!!

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Apr-06-13 11:14 AM

@theblueline26142 Has nothing to do with the accident? How else do you think this girl got her hands on Jaleayah's key chain?! Her family HAS asked for the key chain back, and the girl refuses. It's easy for you to sit back and believe everything the media feeds you when it isn't your child/friend.

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Apr-06-13 12:01 PM

Who cares about these "anonymous" losers who are cowards and have nothing better to do but HIDE behind their computer screen and start crap with everybody. "ANONYMOUS" needs to get a life and stay out of things that do not concern them.

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Apr-06-13 1:31 PM

Well lets post the "true facts" 1.She was an underage kid that should not have been drinking 2. Driving while drunk 3. Hang around some shady characters 4. An Expert car manufacture came and gave his expert response that she was thrown out

All of the other gossip is just that, rumors Time to look in the mirror and say, " She made some bad choices in life" time to move on. Sad to say, but she is not the first nor the last child to die in an accident.

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Apr-06-13 1:39 PM

Whatever happened to Ember S. Stafford? She was arrested for "alleged involvement" in this case

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Apr-06-13 2:31 PM

I believe the public should be shown the accident reenactment that was supposedly done. Who was the truck driver and how did they find him? He might have seen something important. The "friend" lawyered up thanks to her docter daddy BEFORE the police contacted her. Her grandfather was previously a wood county sheriff. And she has the key chain. Autopsies don't take long. I know someone whose husband died. Took 6 months for results. She contacted the sheriffs dept frequently and the medical examiners office every two weeks. Finally spoke directly to the medical examiner who told her that she had accidentally still listed it as pending. It was completed within a week from his death That death was suspicious as well! Seems they think time will cause people to forget. It's a tragedy regardless of the results. But seeing what happened explained by experts- not the wood county sheriff- will definitely answer everyone's questions.

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Apr-06-13 3:05 PM

@suzzyQ, I don't think they know what trucker hit her, just the trucker who found her and called 911. On 11/23/11 his wife posted a comment on the Justice for Jaleayah page. Looking at her post again there were a couple of interesting things: she said she hoped they found who did this and her husband wondered how she was hit with her own car. These were his observations from being on the scene and probably hearing the talk between the cops. Obviously there were questions from the start.

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Apr-06-13 5:21 PM

This was a tragic occurance, and I'm sure there are many who would like to give their openion of it. But people give it a rest, her family is hurting enough without having to read all of this stuff that pose more questions, then the report they received. Sad, but true, lessons to be learned. Choose friends, and what you do carefully. The hearts you break may be the very ones you love, and that love you. My prayers are with this young girl and her family. By the grace of God, it wasn't one of ours.

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Apr-06-13 6:43 PM

IF the results came back that she was sober would the "accident" result still be the same? I am thinking NO!. Graham stated the scene was suspicious and the sheriff was on him to get the case closed. It doesn't take 16 months to determine a BAC level. According to the report, she struck the guardrail..her hands went off the wheel..the car still in drive..went thru passenger window..hit same guardrail with her body..up and back over the car! With the car in her body goes out the window..the car must STOP in order for her body to go back over the same car she just went out of?! And with NOONE driving the car going 70 miles an hour after striking something doesn't go out of control??

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Apr-06-13 7:23 PM

Again I ask, if the explanation doesn't make sense to you, what happened? What is being covered up? Who went through the windshield and how? How did she end up in the road. If there were other people involved, what exactly did they do? I'm all for finding the truth and I have no side of the argument, but I've never seen one feasible explanation as to what exactly the people being labeled as murderers had done regarding the crash site. A fight at the bar doesn't make someone a murderer.

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Apr-06-13 8:10 PM

Krn26101 the car does not have to stop for a body to go back over the car after hitting the guardrail. The report said she was ejected from the front passenger side window. The car kept moving and the body came back over the rear portion of the car (that would be from the rear passenger door to the rear bumper).

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Apr-06-13 10:00 PM

Yes. She was DUI. After 16 months of so called investigation. More than likely she should not have been driving. Thank goodness no one else was hurt. BUT. It does still not explain the length of the investigation, how it was miraculously solved with Merritt and Graham back in the saddle, and no response to the publics request for the complete reenactment and evidence to be made public. Too many questions!! And no ! I'm not related to the family or this case in any way. Justice and truth is what every person deserves.

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Apr-06-13 11:16 PM

I'm sorry, this just gets more and more ridiculous. If they had hurried the investigation and reached the same conclusion, a certain group would have complained that they weren't thorough. But wait, it took a long time but when they finally close it, it was "miraculous"? And what do you propose they do to satisfy the conspiracy theorist segment of the public? Spend some taxpayer money on a virtual reenactment and have an open house? Not only is that a ludicrous expectation, but it wouldn't change one single mind. If you had your mind made up that something more happened, there is nothing short of time travel and teleportation that will convince you. This has been proven by the reaction and ongoing speculation by the people who have the least knowledge of the facts and investigative process in the world - "the public".

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Apr-07-13 12:46 AM

@slade " the people who have the least knowledge of the facts and investigative process in the world - "the public"" Okay, so in YOUR WORDS her own mother has the least amount of knowledge of the facts? 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.

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Apr-07-13 12:52 AM

And also, what in the world is so wrong with wanting more answers to the many questions her family has? If her family and friends want a more thorough explanation of the events leading to her death, why do you people care? Her death was labeled "suspicious" from the very beginning, so of course people are going to scratch their heads when an investigation takes almost 17 months and is closed as an accident. What happened to the suspicion that surrounded the case? Why did they send "evidence" of a "wreck" off to the FBI crime lab if no crime was committed? All the public sees is "She was drunk and wrecked-the end" and that's exactly what they wanted people to see. 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.

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Apr-07-13 8:50 AM

If this was your daughter or sister you wouldn't have accepted what they told u either. If u had nothing to do with an accident or crime why avoid police and hire a lawyer and then not talk after u lawyer up?

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Apr-07-13 9:50 AM

@thethinblueline. From what I understand she was at the****and cue club in Parkersburg. So why Washington county? And that blows your theory of a previous sheriffs granddaughter being the alcohol provider and responsibly trying to take the victims keys. She's only reported to be in possession of the key chain. Not the keys. Plus this girl that lawyered up is a known "party girl" herself. 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.

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