Monday, August 31, 2009
at 10:41 AM
Jennifer Campbell and her boyfriend, Louis Ross, were arrested Friday on suspicion of murdering Campbell's adopted nephew, Hassani. Due to all the requests, I will share my thoughts with you.
Read moreWhen I watch Campbell speak, the first thing that I notice is a resignation about her that blares at me. I don't feel any urgency from her to hurry up and find her nephew, which is very perplexing to me, if she truly believes he was abducted or walked away. It's an immediate red flag.
I also don't see her express any fear for Hassani or stress that he is missing. She is calm and relaxed, as if she knows the outcome already, which is not good. It's another red flag.
Campbell also cries, yet ironically, there are no tears for quite some time. More than that, she "cries" and talks in this high-pitched voice, which is more indicative of a whine to me. It doesn't seem genuine, though I do think she is genuinely sad. She expresses a genuine pain, at times, though I don't know if I can explain it. I just feel she is sad about whatever happened. I just do not believe she is as distraught here, in the present, as she wants us to believe. If her behavior is any indication, she has had some time to come to accept this outcome, if you want my opinion.
I also find it weird how Campbell suggests that someone could have pulled in the driveway behind the store and saw Hassani, and hence taken him, without her or her boyfriend knowing. When you look at the scenario of how and where Hassani supposedly disappeared according to Campbell and Ross, most people would conclude the chances of this actually occurring would be nil--almost an impossibility -- simply because of the time it would take compared to the time it took Ross to walk to and from the front and back door. But Campbell entertains it, which is notable. For Campbell to believe this shows a big inconsistency in her story, if you want my opinion. What is more interesting is when she says this, her shoulder goes up in doubt.
Campbell's body language towards the interviewer is also perplexing, if she is telling us the truth. She is leaning away from them, with a frightened look in her eyes. Why is she afraid of them? If her nephew was truly abducted or wandered off, the media would be her best potential help to get the word out there. They would be her friend, but she doesn't appear to feel that way. It's another red flag.
I also read in the case that Campbell said she didn't want to take a lie detector test because she is pregnant and she didn't want to get stressed out, or stress the baby out. This is huge red flag as well. Everyone knows if you are telling the truth, a lie detector test is not a stressful event. It's when we lie that the stress becomes overwhelming!
I personally think Campbell knows more than she is letting on here. Sadly, I believe she ultimately knows what happened to Hassani, but isn't saying.
I will try to write about Louis Ross and Misty Cummings this week! Stay tuned.