Friday, April 14, 2017

Toni Anderson (Found In Car) Every Detail

First I have to say this sleuthing was inspired by John Lordan, who does some pretty good work when it comes to covering stories. He has a series known as BrainScratch. John covered Ms. Anderson's case in good detail, sparking my interest. Thank you John, for your amazing work. We may not always see eye to eye on theories, but I appreciate what he puts into his series.

I also came across a blog that implemented cops in this case, and thought the writer was being awful at times. He did a lot of conspiracy, with what seemed like no verifiable facts. He was put off from the shunning of the Anderson family, but I urgently want to say, as a conspiracy person myself, that sometimes, some of these people's hearts are in the right place. Please consider the following information, as a more, humane, and suitable source. This was not written without care for the case, and for justice.

 Ms. Anderson, a 20 year old hostess at Chrome, had finished work in Kansas City, Missouri, Around 4am on January 15th. She was driving to meet friends, possibly a man, as sources say. During the short trip she was stopped by highway patrol, which seemed to be somewhat of a frequent occurrence for Ms Anderson.

Roxanne Townsend, one of her good friends received an SMS text, from her phone, at 4:42am.

“Omg just just pulled over again”

Oddly, Kansas City Police Department (KCPD) denied Ms. Anderson had been stopped by one of its officers.

Some speculate she had been kidnapped and murdered by police, or somebody impersonating an officer. Personally, I'm wondering if she wasn't murdered by a police officer myself.

Eventually a highway patrol officer came forward from North City Kansas Police, saying he had pulled over Ms. Anderson in a black 2014 Ford Focus, on the 9-Highway, after an "improper lane change."

Ms Anderson's text:

From there, one story states, she ended up at a boat launch at Platte Landing Park, on the Missouri River. Her mother thinks she was in a tizzy after being pulled over. This seems a bit of an over reaction for a simple stop with a warning, especially for someone who had been stopped before. Police think she somehow accidentally slid down the ramp. This seems harmless enough, and completely possible. Accidents happen, we all know this to be true, but was it an accident? The story seems much darker.

The image above shows how long the boat launch is. A car would roll down this very slowly. A quick thinker would be able to put their car in the reverse gear and floor it. Was the grip visible that night, was there ice? The car could have been going so slow when it hit the water that it could have hung on the lip of the bank.This is just speculation.

Not only is Platte not in the direction she told the officer she was going, she was completely out of the way. Nowhere near where she should have been to get to any known destination, according to currently released information. There is no explanation given for Ms. Anderson traveling down this side road. Why was she even there?

When the car was retrieved, it was not near the ramp. Rather, 140 meters down river. This can be verified with Google Earth, including the direction of flow, considering sea level.

The map above shows the boat launch to the left. The retrieval point to the east, south of the circular area to the north. The circular area is only marked as a reference. Many were confused about the retrieval area, but I was able to pinpoint the exact location through source referencing. Lets dig a little deeper, to show you I know what I'm talking about.

As you can tell, my reference can't be off by more than a few meters.

A black SUV was pulled out of the same location by police on the same day, before Ms. Anderson's car was located by a privately hired sonar team. There is total silence on the SUV. They have not said if a body was found in it, who it belonged to, or released any other media coverage on it. All they said was they believed it was unrelated. It's really hard to say if this is a dumping site for someone, but it's very odd. I'd also like to note that dumping and empty SUV near a crime scene is a very, very, clever way of confusing an investigation.

"Dennis Watters of Watters Sonar & Recovery said divers were looking in the area where they found Anderson's car because it was near where her phone last pinged. They had to bring professional divers out to the site because of how strong the current is. Watters also said Anderson's car was found upright underwater."

The car is badly damaged for being found upright. If the car was upright in the water, and entered from the boat launch, that means it likely drifted, and landed on its wheels. I'm not sure how the car could receive so much damage from such a light entrance. It had to be caused from retrieval, or during her trip into the water. Only one of these can be true, and someone should find out. A trip down the embankment, rather than the boat launch, can only result a few ways. She had an accident, and rolled down the embankment, she was ran off the road, her car was pushed in some way, or she drove off.

Her boyfriend has expressed skepticism of some kind.

"It's just too easy for someone to get rid of a car, it's 24/7 all access and there's no gate covering it," Sanchez said, describing a boat landing dock not far from where Anderson's car was found."

The video below gives circumstantial evidence that the officer did not point her towards a gas station, but followed her there, and was there when she pumped gas.

(Video can only be viewed on YouTube)

The surveillance video shows the police officer waiting there while she fills up. The officer didn't tell her she could go get gas, according to Crime Watch, the cop was THERE when the GPS was turned off.

"I know that when she started the car the GPS was no longer transmitting."

Someone needs to find out if he knows for a fact the GPS stopped working before, or after she came back.This is information they have such simple access to. I'm going to tell you right now, they know for a fact, and possibly to the millisecond, when that GPS shut off.

"GPS tracking: The device fits into the vehicle and captures the GPS location information apart from other vehicle information at regular intervals to a central server. Other vehicle information can include fuel amount, engine temperature, altitude, reverse geocoding, door open/close, tire pressure, cut off fuel, turn off ignition, turn on headlight, turn on taillight, battery status, GSM area code/cell code decoded, number of GPS satellites in view, glass open/close, fuel amount, emergency button status, cumulative idling, computed odometer, engine RPM, throttle position, GPRS status and a lot more. Capability of these devices actually decide the final capability of the whole tracking system; most vehicle tracking systems, in addition to providing the vehicle's location data, feature a wide range of communication ports that can be used to integrate other on board systems, allowing to check their status and control or automate their operation."

 From Ford, the maker of Ms Anderson's brand:

"Ford's global vice president of marketing and sales, Jim Farley, said that the No. 2 U.S. automaker knows "everyone who breaks the law, we know when you're doing it. We have GPS in your car, so we know what you're doing," according to the report. "By the way, we don't supply that data to anyone."

Note - how can they know if you're breaking the law? Unless he's over bragging the product, that sounds like audio and video included. Someone should find out.

Even Deeper

A glimpse into ready buyable GPS trackers.

"Super Trackstick is designed to be concealed inside of the vehicle, allowing you to record the complete travel activities of your vehicle... anywhere... anytime. Automatically keep track of your vehicle including it's location, stops, length of stop, miles driven, speed, and more."

  • View maps and reports. Street level mapping

 An example of data

Ford has installed a sophisticated devices into Toni Anderson's car. Police are not being honest. I'm not sure if media would help cover up a crime or not. In this world, it really depends on who, and why. The police know everything, including times. They could match the times from the GPS, check the times with the ATM clock, and they know to the second when this GPS stopped. They could EASILY find out if it was while she was in the store or not. And more importantly, while he was watching her fill up.

If they are hiding something for the officer that pulled her over, someone should dig a little deeper. This family, if this case goes this empty, needs to open a law suit. They deserve the truth, the full truth, as does all that seek justice in this case. Toni Anderson deserves to have the truth brought to light.

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