Reader Comment Promoted to Post: Nikki’s Death Staged?
Sometimes readers comment on a post and it gets lost. The writer who goes by the name “Logical Engineer” has written a number of very interesting and eye-opening comments. Here is just the latest. Dig in for more. That’s what this is all about. An exchange of ideas and communication so maybe, just maybe, someone in authority in Mississippi whether it’s the local police, local congressman, state senator, attorney general…whomever takes another look. Thank you Logical Engineer and I look forward to reading more from you.
I’m sickened by what I’ve reviewed in this case — it sure looks like a sham (staged event). I truly believe that Nikki was murdered, and it makes me mad as hell that law enforcement is not treating this case as an unsolved murder. I have a daughter, and if someone took her life, I’d hunt the SOB down till I found him — irrespective of law enforcement’s willingness to pursue it. I can’t pretend to imagine the pain her family has gone through, and continues to go through each day.
In terms of requests for assistance, have formal letters been written to: (1) MS Governor, (2) MS Attorney General, (3) MS Senators, (4) MS House of Reps, or (5) FBI? I am inclined to start contacting officials at a high level to bring needed attention to this case, particularly since the local police force is either inept or corrupt?
First, I would want suicide to be removed from the cause of death. “Suicide” implies that Nikki broke the law, and acted criminally. It bothers me immensely that a victim of a heinous crime has, herself, been labeled a criminal for expediency.
Second, I want the case re-opened as a murder investigation. This will be harder to achieve. However, I don’t think it’s impossible. In a perfect world, I would love to see the UNSUBs and the investigating police officers subjected to a lie detector test by the FBI.
It has been stated that one of the police investigators acted very peculiar when questioned — given this, I bet he’d fail a lie detector test.
It would be great if we could get a TV show to air the details of this case — providing national attention and putting additional pressure on MS authorities to seek answers to many of the unanswered questions. At this point, any exposure is good exposure.
There is a murderer still enjoying freedom that needs to be brought to justice.
Posted on November 14, 2011, in Cold Cases, Crime, Murder, Nikki LaDue January and tagged Cold Cases, ladue, Mississippi, Murder, Nikki LaDue January, Pass Christian, Suicide, Thomas Pustay. Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.