brian flowers main suspect in missing...
justsayn

Kenton, OH

#46 Jan 14, 2011
No the young Brian Flowers' dads name is Kenny...
bitter tears

Lima, OH

#47 Jan 14, 2011
Back Seat Hero wrote:
Okay everyone Yes Brian Flowers is the main suspect and no it's not the young one either, The one there suspecting is older in is in his 40's and he is from Dunkirk, Ohio. And where it was dug up happened in West Liberty, Ohio, and the reason why his name wasn't mentioned on the I.D. Channel, Investigation Discovery,(Disappeared) is because you can't put someones name out like that UNLESS there found guilty for the charge DUH!!
If you cant then why would you Dumb A**

Since: Oct 10

Location hidden

#48 Jan 14, 2011
Well it depends for one I am in school for Forensic Science and I know what you can do and what you can't do trust me on this, It is under investigation and it is getting closer to be solved, HAHA!! So it will all come out soon!
takealettermaria

Bloomfield Hills, MI

#49 Jan 15, 2011
alright wrote:
It Brian Flowers. You must of not heard anything about this case. I'm not talking off of the TV. I'm talking from when it actually happened. Everyone knows the name of the boyfriend that worked at Honda at the time. Sad thing is that he probably hid her body in Hardin County and as we all know no murder ever gets solved here.
My prayers go out to her daughter that is looking for answers.
I am very familiar with this case. I'm only calling Melissa out because she seems to have all of the answers regarding the "mystery" boyfriend. This would be a great opportunity for her to divulge everything she knows about this guy. My guess is that she has very little faith in him and won't acknowledge even his name. All bark, no bite.
Pam

Kenton, OH

#50 Jan 15, 2011
takealettermaria

Do you know anyone involved?
who care

Kenton, OH

#51 Jan 16, 2011
it on tv tonite
His nephew

Findlay, OH

#52 Jan 16, 2011
I know no matter what anyone says no one will believe it, but I am Brian's nephew and after they drained his pond, ransacked his house and car, destroyed part of a building where he just laid concrete (where they found dirt undisturbed - they left this part out for you), they could not find a single trace that he did anything. He was actually at our house the weekend this dumb bitch went missing. She was a psycho stalker who wanted him and he wanted nothing to do with her. I know him as a family member and he would never do anything like this. The show portrays him as a horrible person because they're hoping he'll say he did it, because the FBI has no other leads and can't admit they've failed. This lady claimed that they were supposed to flee to Canada together but she didn't even pack a suitcase or bring identification...she brought lingerie only. Does that sound like a way to get through border patrol? I don't think they brought that up in the special either, did they? They have questioned our entire family, looked into all of our personal records and guess what...they found nothing. Hear it from the source, they have no other leads so of course they're still blaming him.
Nathan

Euless, TX

#53 Jan 16, 2011
Wouldn't there be some sort of electronic record of the money she was supposed to have given him? Wouldn't that provide an obvious link?
Concerned

AOL

#54 Jan 16, 2011
For all you defenders of Brian Flowers (if in fact that is the name of the person who worked at Honda w/Patti and supposedly was having an affair with her), if "Brian" is not involved, wouldn't you think he would try to uncover information to clear himself from coming under suspicion? Like, trying to find out the person Patti WAS having an affair with at Honda, as she told her friend and sisters.
Didn't anyone check the mileage on the odeometer of the work truck? Maybe he did take a trip to Canada and his wife is covering for him.
noname

Marysville, OH

#55 Jan 16, 2011
Not right wrote:
He has not moved , still lives with his wife in the same house, the sisters are the one who called the show and no I am not a friend just some one who was very in to the story when it first came out. Have the clippings from all the different papers, and americas most wanted show that aired 2 years ago was so different from this show. This show was all about what her family has said. THat is all I am saying. How can you fail a lie test, if you can why do they use them.
Lie detector tests are not admissible in court for a reason. Patti was a very nice person. She never hurt a fly. Her family deserves answers. I would go a show like this if I had a family member missing. Think about what you are writing. The show didn't mention the name of the suspect becuase he hasn't been formally accused. Hopefully someone will come forward with more information based on the publicity from this show.
Darby

Rochester, NY

#56 Jan 16, 2011
Well, Brian's nephew, what do you EXPECT Brian to say? That he did it? That coward will never admit to that. The fact that you referred to Patti as "that dumb bitch" just goes to show that you are as big of a piece of crap as Brian. So what if Brian was "at home" that weekend? I am sure he "went home" immediately after killing Patti, which only would have taken a couple of hours...the exact amount of time that Brian's own wife said that she couldn't account for his whereabouts.
Have some common sense

De Pere, WI

#57 Jan 16, 2011
Just saw Disappeared show wrote:
I must admit that if her cat's hairs were found in the tonneau rack that was just purchased & then removed shortly thereafter, that puts her in his truck bed right before she disappeared. Also, her sister said the man in question & his wife talked to her for about 45 minutes at 3am. If they had no involvement, why would they do this? It's plausible they were trying to find out how much Patti Adkins' sister knew, just like the sister said. Also, the K-9s evidently went nuts when they sniffed the leftover concrete slab. Common sense says this is fishy.
Yes, common sense does say ALL this is fishy. Tell this to "Melissa".
Melissa

Kenton, OH

#58 Jan 16, 2011
His nephew wrote:
I know no matter what anyone says no one will believe it, but I am Brian's nephew and after they drained his pond, ransacked his house and car, destroyed part of a building where he just laid concrete (where they found dirt undisturbed - they left this part out for you), they could not find a single trace that he did anything. He was actually at our house the weekend this dumb bitch went missing. She was a psycho stalker who wanted him and he wanted nothing to do with her. I know him as a family member and he would never do anything like this. The show portrays him as a horrible person because they're hoping he'll say he did it, because the FBI has no other leads and can't admit they've failed. This lady claimed that they were supposed to flee to Canada together but she didn't even pack a suitcase or bring identification...she brought lingerie only. Does that sound like a way to get through border patrol? I don't think they brought that up in the special either, did they? They have questioned our entire family, looked into all of our personal records and guess what...they found nothing. Hear it from the source, they have no other leads so of course they're still blaming him.


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Darby

Rochester, NY

#59 Jan 16, 2011
Melissa, I am interested in how you can disregard forensic evidence found in the back of your friend's truck...Patti told several people that she was having a relationship with your friend but he practically denied ever knowing her. Classic.
Darby

Rochester, NY

#60 Jan 16, 2011
Also, Brian's nephew (family of the decade), it should be noted that it is laughable to consider Patti a psycho stalker. Why would she stalk him? By all accounts (except his, curiously enough) she didn't have to! Oh, and the part of your post that mentioned the Canadian border patrol...it sounds like your Uncle of the Year only needed his private girlfriend hidden initially, not longer. Obviously what he told her they were doing and what they ended up doing are two very different things.
You are clueless

Marysville, OH

#61 Jan 16, 2011
how about wrote:
ok well the Brian Flowers from kenton is 26-27ish and was a jr.@ KHS in 2001 he graduated in 02....hes always lived w his dad and they NEVER dug up any concrete at their house! lol....he just got out of prison on drug related charges....leave it to Kenton to make this situation something its not. esp when the Brian Flowers they are talking about is from Dola. Look it up people!
Did it ever occur to you that there is more than one person named Brian Flowers and that the Brian you know is obviously not the one Patti was involved with?
dontdropthesoap

Lawrenceville, IL

#62 Jan 16, 2011
To "his nephew" and Melissa; Keep in mind, you guys are the main #1 reason family members and acquaintances of those accused are not permitted to sit in on his/her jury trial. Feelings of denial tends to take presidence in situations such as this. Talk to the family and friends of some of your more famous killers...Ted Bundy, John Wayne Gacy, John List, and the most recent, Philip Markoff (Craigslist killer). I'm quite sure the people closest to them didn't have the slightest clue as to what they were capable of. I wouldn't be so arrogant in thinking you know this Brian character inside and out. Humans by definition are no different than animals. When backed into a corner, we are capable of anything. Fear of being exposed, for example, can and will cause one to act irrationally. I can appreciate your defense of him but don't let pride and humility prevent you from being objective. Not saying he's guilty, but definetely involved. The tonneau cover evidence alone, if what's being publicized is correct, is enough to raise serious doubt as to his overall innocence. The very fact it's being aired after all these years, and their making the presumption of his guilt, tells me they are close to having enough to indite. Might be time to get his affairs in order... Pardon the pun.
takealettermaria

Novi, MI

#63 Jan 16, 2011
Pam wrote:
takealettermaria
Do you know anyone involved?
Not at all Pam and have never claimed to. It sure sounds like Melissa does though. All bark, no bite.
Todd

Kenton, OH

#64 Jan 17, 2011
Anonymous wrote:
"Evidence! What evidence? If they had so much stuff and "evidence" on him why is he not in jail? Grow up get your facts straight before saying something you know nothing about...."
Melissa - the District Attorney is the one who decides whether or not to prosecute a case, not law enforcement, and that determination is made if the DA believes there is enough evidence to prove guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. There are many, many times that the DA chooses not to prosecute a case, one common reason is that he/she does not believe that the State can meet the "reasonable doubt" threshold. The DA's position is a political position, and, like all political positions, his/her effectiveness is measured by convictions. If he/she constantly picks "loser" cases, he/she will be replaced. Obviously, in this case, the DA feels the threshold cannot be met (yet). Another consideration is limited resources/money. You just cannot prosecute every single case, it's economically impossible and not feasible. If it were, then, for example, we would have one police officer for every single individual. But, of course, that is impossible. With respect to the lie detector test, well, those do have a high percentage of indicating deceit, however, they do not pass the Daubert test, a legal standard of scientific evidence. One reason is that they are indirect measure of lying (lying is something you do mentally, very difficult to measure, how do you measure, any suggestions?). I do believe that poor girl made some very poor decisions, however, common sense cannot explain away the cat hairs, the tonneau cover and that random cement pore. I expect this commentary to go right over your head because you are obviously not very intelligent and do not have much perspective about how the world works.
Anonymous, You are obviously well educated and thought about your response a little bit. I like the point you made about the D.A. being an elected official and having to consider his reputation. I also agree with you that lie detector tests are unreliable to a point. Some things to keep in mind though, these events are unfolding in Union and Hardin counties in Ohio not California. The cement pore was not random, it was extra cement from a scheduled pore for a garage and it was excavated with nothing being found. The dogs did hit on the concrete, but like the lie detector test, they are sometimes unreliable, especially in Hardin county. I cannot argue with DNA. If the DNA puts her or her cat in his truck then they stand a good chance of having been there, but to my knowledge, DNA does not do that yet. Another thing to keep in mind is the fact that the show everyone is talking about was a very irresponsible piece of journalism. They never even attempted to get in contact with the supposed suspect and several of the personal things about him that they reported were innaccurate. He is my best friend and if they find him guilty I will call him guilty but not until then. To be honost with you, to me, the show on the I.D. channel looked like a conglomeration of a couple of different investigations. I generally believe the discovery channel to be on top of their game but in this show there were many factual statements mixed with some half truths and a few absolutely incorrect statements. I would just like everyone to remember the foundation of our legal system...INNOCENT UNTIL PROVEN GUILTY.
Really

Kenton, OH

#65 Jan 17, 2011
I don't think he did it alone ?

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