Can I ask did you ever post on one of the sites to do with the CSK (Claremont case), did you say you had previous law enforcement experience, if so can you elaborate on that a little.
I haven't posted on any of the CSK sites in the past, I don't think - at least not that I remember.
I worked for CALM many years ago as a wildlife officer - you get trained to look for the unusual, things out of place or out of the ordinary, - clues if you will, and also in investigation techniques, taking corroborating witness statements, confessions statements, circumstantial evidence gathering, and preparing / presenting a case ready for prosecution, to the public prosecutor.
I don't claim to be a policeman - but the principles are the same at the end of the day, & I was pretty good at it, even if I do say so myself.
I have no idea if, this case and the CSK cases are connected - no way for me to know - I'd have to be privy too, all the evidence in all 4 cases and look for similarities in modus operandi.
& victim selection.
Motive is key in this (and other) cases that you mention.
My intention was to work this case until it's logical conclusion.
I have an interest (after that) in the missing mum & 2 kids from Nannup. I lived there for 20 years and sold up all our holdings in the town (farm & businesses) & left, a year before this family went missing, in unusual circumstances. Because of my intimate familiarity with the area and it's people, for 20 years - I was contemplating taking a look at that case next - when this one is completed (not before).
At this point in time - my sole focus is Hayley's disappearance.
That must of necessity be my primary focus, there will be time for other cases, but not till this one is settled.
I think that much focus is rightly placed on "catch the killer" with good reason - to protect the public at large from further harm. I think most people have concluded that the area's just so vast that there's no point searching for Hayley's remains.
I intend to work backwards - find Hayley's remains (against all odds) and hope that forensic clues at the scene might help police catch her killer.
I know its a long shot - but if I were in the police then maybe I could assume the guy responsible will come to their attention sooner or later thru their 'system', but I don't have that luxury - my talents/skills lie in searching bush land for things out of place - so I figure it this way.
IF - I, can get a clairvoyant/psychic to get me into a rough area where the remains are, then my skills and talent can best be applied, searching for the remains - rather than hunting the killer - I see that rightly as the responsibility of the police.
I don't see that they are adequately resourced to be searching vast areas of bushland, in the economic reality of todays Global Financial Crisis.
If I can assist in that area - then I'm only too happy to do so.
What got me interested in this case was the 10 year anniversary show on TV of Hayley's disappearance last year, - I watched and concluded, that this family has suffered enough after 10 years - surely.
Someone somewhere has to do something - to bring that suffering to closure - and it appears to me that the police don't have the necessary resources to accomplish that!
I'm hopeful that a good clairvoyants skills to narrow a likely search area - combined with my skills in searching the bush, might help find the remains and bring that aspect of the case to a closure for the family's sake.
I don't see that "capturing the killer" falls within my bailiwick - it is rightfully the job of the police and where their strengths lie.
God willing if we are successful - maybe that will give the police extra evidence to be able to complete their job, in finding the killer.
That's how I see it at least, hopefully that makes sense?