Yes and how about phone records for Tashina and Paul as well. Their locations at the time of the disappearance have yet to be verified. Just because Tashina is saying she was stranded by Paul on the freeway doesn't mean she actually was. I can change my location on Facebook to make it seem like I'm posting from Seattle right now. This investigation needs some hard cold verified facts, it just feels like a lot of he said she said right now.
I honestly think Sam is way too fishy about things… I believe at this point in the podcast, we’ve heard from who was involved with her murder.
Yes I think we have heard from the killer at this point. There is a lot that could still be done but nobody seems to have taken the time to dive into this. I am sure her FB is disabled by now. But the phone records need to be looked into. I saw a dateline special from back in 2019, and Tee mentioned that Paul was in prision for a gun charge. He was arrested 3 weeks after Ashley goes missing. That has yet to be mentioned in the podcast.
The phone records for Ashley, Sam, Paul and Tee should be reviewed. I wonder if the FBI has this information - it was never really discussed in the podcast and I don't understand why. I would think the Loring family would be pushing the FBI harder on this.....
I imagine the authorities have to have her phone records, it would be the first thing they would obtain for location and the last person she spoke with. Payne would not have the means to obtain phone records unless she was on a family plan and her family could do it but if the phone was just in her name there is no way a cell provider would give that info without a subpoena. It sure would answer a lot of questions about who she last was in contact with and her last location.
Exactly, binging the podcast now, but keep returning to her phone records. Have Sam, who admits to being with her immediately prior to her disappearance. He implicates someone she was texting while he was driving with her. What do her phone records say about those texts, her phones locations etc. The family needs a lawyer to represent them and to get access to the records if they don't have them. Should start a separate go fund me through the podcast to hire a good lawyer. Capitalize on the national attention from podcast to get donations. If witnesses start to think that the perpetrator is going to go down, they will be more likely to present their information.