Facebook has so much to do with the LISK case that I decided to start my own FB page: http://www.facebook.com/mysterymom7. It’s still pretty blank, but I will add more content as time allows.
Statement analysis of “Remy” Ramsaran on his missing (found deceased) wife of 13 years, Jennifer Ramsaran.
Remy’s statement and picture.
Disturbing info that Remy had an affair (although he claims it was a one time “fling”) with a friend of the couple. Knowing that info leads me to believe Remy’s wife’s disappearance was pre-meditated, organized, and orchastrated. By his statements of her depression (to lead others to believe she committed suicide), his alibi (through an unregistered charity organization to assist missing persons’ families) of being with the woman involved in the affair, and the statements he has made about the accusations of his involvement (by Jennifer’s own sister and mother), I believe there may be something greater than just his wife being murdered.
Jessica Taylor’s skull found on Ocean Parkway. Her torso was found in Manorville in 2003. She had a tattoo close to her hip of “Remy’s Angel” that was scratched off, but not to the point of it being unidentifiable.
I’m building my search of him at the moment and will add more as I come across it.
A background check shows he has ties in AZ as well as Yonkers, NY. This may be the “Remy” whose name was on Jessica Taylor’s tattoo? It may be MISinformation that he was an “African American pimp”?
The message was simple, two words: “I’m okay.”
The comment was posted on the “Ashley Come Home” Facebook page, under a new Facebook profile created Thursday by an alleged individual named Ashley Murray, with a photo of the Peconic teen. The post read: “Ashley Murray: I’m okay!”
But the question loomed for many concerned friends and loved ones: Was the comment actually written by missing teen Ashley Murray, or was the post an internet hoax?
On Friday, Southold Town Police Chief Martin Flatley said police were cognizant of the post. “As far as the Facebook posting goes, we were also made aware of the posting and investigated same.The posting has not altered our current investigation into Ashley’s disappearance.”
Ashley’s brother, Jaime Cradehl, said, “I can’t imagine Ashley really making that post. I mean, it’s possible, but not likely. I’d love for it to be her.”
The post came Thursday evening, the same night Ashley’s mother Charlotte Murray sent out a heartfelt letter to her daughter on Patch and on the “Ashley Come Home” Facebook page, asking her daughter to let her know that she was safe.
Cradehl said he has met with authorities regarding the “I’m okay” post, and said as of Friday morning, the identify of poster was being investigated by the Federal Bureau of Investigations, which joined the search for Ashley this week.
“I’d still like to find out what that post was about,” he said. “And if it was a hoax, by whom.”
Flatley said setting up the account would not necessarily constitute criminal impersonation or identity theft. “The rules for online use are still a lot different than other correspondence mainly because it’s a little harder to identify users and sites. That’s not to be misconstrued that there are no online violations of law, because there are, but this scenario wouldn’t fit into a crime,” he said.
As of Friday, 12 days after Ashley disappeared without her medication or warm clothes, and leaving a suicide note, there has been no word on the missing teen.
Anyone with information about Ashley Murray’s whereabouts is asked to call Southold Town police at 631-765-2600.
She went to the police station this afternoon with “an adult friend”. Who was this “friend”? This “Good Samaritan”? I think that person’s name SHOULD be released. Whoever made this Facebook page did so before she went to the police station. I pray whatever happened to this beautiful girl isn’t so traumatic that she finds it difficult to accomplish her life goals. I would direct her to Jacyee Dugard’s book.
For the past few months, and almost on a daily basis, I get a text alert that my Facebook password is incorrect. This happens most often around 2 am, while I’m asleep. Who would go through such lengths to get ahold of my private pictures, messages, contacts, etc.?
It came as no surprise when I checked my email this morning that someone tried to reset my password for this blog, while I was asleep. Who would go to such lengths to silence me?
I chose WordPress as my blog space after researching which blogs have the best SECURITY. That’s right, yours truly is not a complete moron like you had hoped.
A week before I received the answer to my appeal, I had been blocked from the private group MG ran on Facebook. She blocked me personally, as well. She had been told that I was writing a book, that I was a liar, that I had been asking her friends for personal info, that I was sharing our personal conversations, and that I was talking about her to her friends.