In the Disappearance of eight-year-old Robert Manwill, Boise police have said that there are “suspicious circumstances,” that the boy “may indeed be injured”, or may be the “victim of a tragic event.” What in the world does that mean?

A caller to an Internet radio show claimed that the police found massive amounts of blood at the residence where Robert was visiting with his mom and her boyfriend. Therefore, since we all know what callers to an Internet show are capable of, this very well may be just another hoax. However, what do the police mean by when they stated that there are “suspicious circumstances,” that the boy “may indeed be injured”, or may be the “victim of a tragic event?”

The above video came from an August 1, 2009 episode of Missing Persons Television with Brian Ladd . Similar videos on Robert Manwill from Missing Persons Television are available.

In Robert Manwill – Crime Scene I had discussed that the mother is looking mighty suspicious at the very least. The annotations available at the very start of this video nicely documents how sick people and families with lots of violence in them will often try to play upon the sympathies of the public in order to cover up their little accident. All that is needed is one good photo and printing up a bunch of tee shirts. Family members in their extended family will often be in total denial. The real tradegy is that their innocent children so often are the ones that end up paying such a terrible price.

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