Hunters asked to look for missing Jam...

Hunters asked to look for missing Jamestown woman

There are 32 comments on the Buffalo News story from Nov 15, 2008, titled Hunters asked to look for missing Jamestown woman. In it, Buffalo News reports that:

Corrie L. Anderson's family gathered Friday to ask deer hunters entering the woods this weekend to join in the search for the missing mother of three.

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another voice

Buffalo, NY

#22 Dec 14, 2008
different wrote:
far fetched, ever watch the news?
I believe 2-3 of the 4 cases of the missing women could be at the hands of the same person

Since: Oct 08

Lakewood, NY

#23 Dec 15, 2008
Use common-sense! They knew their attackers!!! I've talked to a few police officers and they believe that Corrie's ex did it. Come on...have you not read up on the case?

Since: Oct 08

Lakewood, NY

#24 Dec 15, 2008
The only thing that these women had in common was crazy husbands or ex-husbands!
Jack

Jamestown, NY

#25 Dec 15, 2008
holly10berry wrote:
The only thing that these women had in common was crazy husbands or ex-husbands!
That's interesting because I know for a fact the cops feel like a serial killer is a possiblilty given the complete lack of good evidence is these cases. Evidence does not include the opinions of those who do not know the victims or their families but yet want to throw water on these women's signifigant others. Crimes of passion almost overwhelmingly are unplanned acts of rage that are inherantly more difficult to cover up. These crimes have similarities which at least point to the possiblity of a common killer. To ignore the serial killer angle is short sighted, and luckily, our local police force is looking at that as a possiblity, given there is very little evidence to charge the spouse/boyfirends of the missing and deceased, or they would have been charged by now.
getReal

Sayre, PA

#26 Dec 15, 2008
unknown wrote:
<quoted text> But then again this is sorry a** Jamestown with the rent a cops on the job!!!
It didn't happen in Jamestown...
OMG

Jamestown, NY

#27 Dec 15, 2008
Jack wrote:
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That's interesting because I know for a fact the cops feel like a serial killer is a possiblilty given the complete lack of good evidence is these cases. Evidence does not include the opinions of those who do not know the victims or their families but yet want to throw water on these women's signifigant others. Crimes of passion almost overwhelmingly are unplanned acts of rage that are inherantly more difficult to cover up. These crimes have similarities which at least point to the possiblity of a common killer. To ignore the serial killer angle is short sighted, and luckily, our local police force is looking at that as a possiblity, given there is very little evidence to charge the spouse/boyfirends of the missing and deceased, or they would have been charged by now.
Isn't it possible that in the Anderson woman's case, the ex just is weird. It wouldn't be a crime of passion with unplanned rage involved. The track record on this particular ex is overwhelming. There is another person that keeps popping up in the forums, only to have the topic delete by the moderators for a person that fits the mold of someone that could be a serial killer, if he changed his crime of habit from rape, but the moderators won't leave the topic on here for any length of time now, so you might see it, then again you might not. Either way, they have to look at all angles of the case, whether its a serial killer or a ex spouse, and regardless of who it is, I am sure they watch the media coverage, and possibly the forums as well. If its the ex in this case, he did some really strange things in the past, that were planned out, why wouldn't he have planned something like this out as well. If that is the case, then maybe he isn't a murderer, but just doesn't want to let her go...I am sure they are still watching him regardless.

Since: Oct 08

Lakewood, NY

#28 Dec 16, 2008
I do agree with OMG. They do have to look at all angles of the case. I'm just saying that in the majority of cases like this the suspect is some sort of relation to the victim. But, YES it is possible that it is someone that she didn't know.
Tired

North East, PA

#29 Dec 17, 2008
Dammit, can't they just go to Kiantone already and look for her body?????
WTF

Falconer, NY

#30 Dec 17, 2008
OMG wrote:
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Isn't it possible that in the Anderson woman's case, the ex just is weird. It wouldn't be a crime of passion with unplanned rage involved. The track record on this particular ex is overwhelming. There is another person that keeps popping up in the forums, only to have the topic delete by the moderators for a person that fits the mold of someone that could be a serial killer, if he changed his crime of habit from rape, but the moderators won't leave the topic on here for any length of time now, so you might see it, then again you might not. Either way, they have to look at all angles of the case, whether its a serial killer or a ex spouse, and regardless of who it is, I am sure they watch the media coverage, and possibly the forums as well. If its the ex in this case, he did some really strange things in the past, that were planned out, why wouldn't he have planned something like this out as well. If that is the case, then maybe he isn't a murderer, but just doesn't want to let her go...I am sure they are still watching him regardless.
by the way OMG......the rapist DOES OWN A VACANT LOT in Jamestown!!! Things that make you go hmmmmmmmmm!!!!
OMG

Jamestown, NY

#31 Dec 17, 2008
Tired wrote:
Dammit, can't they just go to Kiantone already and look for her body?????
Why Kiantone?
curious

Manchester, KY

#32 Dec 18, 2008
Tired wrote:
Dammit, can't they just go to Kiantone already and look for her body?????
did I miss something here?
Crystal

Angola, NY

#33 Mar 12, 2009
At this point the police have no evidence of a crime. People go away all the time, however her disappearance IS SUSPICIOUS! Yes I am sorry I believe she is dead and buried and the ex is the major suspect(been there, done that so many times). Most of these guys are the same; they believe they are smarter than police and forensics. WRONG! She will be found and the body will reveal evidence. He is living on borrowed time, but Yolanda's killer still walks free too!Jealousy and domestic violence is correct, than MURDER! Lord, help find this woman and give the family some closure.

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