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Saturday, September 16, 2006


Ok I have found more info about Trenton and I am sharing it here. Seems that some think or heard that Melinda threatened to kill her son if her estranged husband didn't comply wih some of her demands, but I have found this info at the National Voice for Children, please read.

The 2-year-old was taken from his bedroom Sunday night while his mother watched a movie with friends in the next room, police said. Investigators later found the screen on the boy's bedroom window ripped, Leesburg Capt. Steve Rockefeller said.

Gripping one of Trenton's stuffed animals, Duckett held back tears as she described her son as a friendly, well-behaved and intelligent boy to reporters gathered at the Leesburg Police Department.

She said she has been fighting for custody of the child with her estranged husband, Joshua Duckett. She filed for divorce in June and said their relationship has always been rocky. Last month, a judge granted Duckett a temporary restraining order against Joshua Duckett, 21, after he threatened to kill her and Trenton, according to court records.

Joshua Duckett is the son of James Duckett, the former Mascotte police officer who is on death row for raping, strangling and drowning an 11-year-old girl in 1987.

Now here is some info the mass media; including Nancy DisGrace, has NOT 'shared' with the public.

Eyewitness News has learned a Florida Highway Patrol lieutenant is under investigation after he called off a chase that may have been related to the Amber Alert for missing toddler Trenton Duckett.

One trooper thought a child in the car matched Duckett's description.

In the FHP incident report, the trooper involved in the pursuit said he had every reason to want to pull the car over and no reason to let him go.

The report says the driver fled after being pulled over. The trooper writes that he saw the driver force a small child to the floorboards as he pulled away. The trooper notes that the tan car, with no plates, matched the description of a car wanted in connection with a murder in Saint Johns County.

What's more, the trooper believes the child fit the description of 2-year-old Trenton Duckett, a child recently abducted in Lake County. There is an Amber Alert out for Duckett and a be-on-the-lookout (BOLO) alert for the car.

"If the BOLO was put out for a crime that was a forcible felony, we would be able to continue our pursuit by our policy," said Trooper Kim Miller, Florida Highway Patrol.

Murder and kidnapping are considered forcible felonies and justify pursuit according to FHP policy, but the trooper said his supervisor told him to let the car go.

"We are looking to see if the trooper should have been able to continue the pursuit by our policy," Miller said.

In the report, the trooper makes his case to stay on the car, but his supervisor, Lt. Kevin Vaughn, is quoted as saying, "It is not against the law to have kids in the car."

The trooper broke off pursuit and the car, suspect and child were gone.

As a result, Lt. Vaughn is under investigation and FHP hopes the 2-year-old's possible kidnapper was not let go for no reason.

"We don't know if we can go into the what-ifs. For a trooper, that's definitely weighing on their mind," Miller said.

The investigation into the decision not to pursue the suspect car was still ongoing Friday.

Hmmmm... this certainly creates the room for doubt that Melinda murdered her own son. This also gets me wondering what in the hell was Nancy up to, she left out important info and spinned other info. I don't see how anyone can think Nancy Grace gives a shit about anyone or anything, but herself and the her TV ratings. Take a look for yourself how DisGrace believes the system should run.

Here is what Nancy Grace has to say about the presumption of innocence (with numbers added by me to try to trace the steps in her logic):

(1) “See no evil, hear no evil, and speak no evil” while hiding behind the presumption of innocence and political correctness is something I'm not willing to do… (2) Contrary to what some of my critics have said… I firmly believe in “innocent until proven guilty.” But that is not the end of the judge's charge. (3) An accused is presumed innocent “unless and until that presumption is overcome by evidence of guilt beyond a reasonable doubt.” That is the law. If we choose to ignore the law, victims have no recourse, no hope

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Eff25 said...

One thng seems apparent to me, it's very doubtful that, if Trenton is found alive, it would be a good idea to give him back to either family, least not his father.

Facetious Muse said...

Well the more research I do into the father, it gets more scary. One thing I havent seen anyone here suggesting in that perhaps the child is hidden by someone trying to keep him safe from abuse.

preesi said...

Trenton Duckett is dead, his mother killed him.
Nancy had her pegged all along!

1. LE asked to search the apt on the first night and MD refused.

2. They got a search warrant and among things of interest found a roll of black garbage bags in the trash. 2 were missing.

3. They found a black garbage bag, same manufacturer and model in the lake. It had blood and what appeared to be alligator bite marks.

4. The bag is at the crime lab were DNA is being done on the bag. They have JD and MD dna for matching to Trenton.

5. MD has been a suspect since day 1.

Watch "New Clues" video

Eff25 said...

I know this is a Foxnews link, but if we can look past that, what do you guys think of this exchange?,2933,214287,00.html

Eff25 said...

That's a red-herring, Preesi, even if true. The point is about the ethics of what Grace did in light of sensitivity, and the possible risk that can incurr from her treatment. It's one thing to argue that it's more moral to force an answer on something as time sensitive as a missing child, but Grace isn't vindicated by proof that Duckett is guilty.

AnonymousPoster said...

At 1:18 PM, preesi said...
Trenton Duckett is dead, his mother killed him.
Nancy had her pegged all along!

THIS is what Im talking about. The idiot already thinks she knows more than investigators and has already tried the case and found the mother guilty... all based on what she "heard" in the media. What a dumbass! Some idiots try cases in the public and media. I am sometimes sorry that even people like Preesi are protected by the constitution.

Facetious Muse said...

Preesi, I would like to bring to your attention of a well known case of a dingo killing a child and the mother having to serve 4 years in prison. You might have heard about it, it happened in Ayers Rock, Central Australia. The Mother; Lindy Chamberlain, was ignored with her cries of a dingo talking her baby. The baby was Azaria Chamberlain at the age of ten weeks.

Lindy was convicted and alot of people still believe the media spin had a lot to do with it.

There are many times in history that the media's BS at acting as judge and jury has lead to the convinction of an innocent person. You are the perfect example of this. I can't help but wonder really how much you know about this case beyond what you have heard on the media and DisGrace.

AP this is exactly the point I was trying to make, unfortunely people such as preesi end up being on the jury. BTW AP thank you :o)