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    Quote Originally Posted by raisedbywolves View Post
    I'm going to guess this is kind of a catfishing thing,and the female is the person Sydney went on the date with, and then they kidnapped her after the first date. I was really doubting the official story early on, but I guess it was true.

    http://www.klkntv.com/story/36941179...ing-woman-case
    THIS^^^
    This is where I read the word catfishing.
    raisedbywolves called it!

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    https://www.3newsnow.com/news/local-...il-talks-again Admits guilt. Says he suffocated her with an object. That she participated in a pay to play fantasy sex thing. I don't know what to make of all this. It seems rather bizarre and I think he is a prolific liar.
    Assumption is the mother of all fuck ups

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    Does it really help the lady's case that he says she was in the house but not in the room when Sydney died? I mean she knew he killed her and probably helped dump her body so...

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    Quote Originally Posted by marycontrary View Post
    https://www.3newsnow.com/news/local-...il-talks-again Admits guilt. Says he suffocated her with an object. That she participated in a pay to play fantasy sex thing. I don't know what to make of all this. It seems rather bizarre and I think he is a prolific liar.
    Now he?s giving phone interviews to the media? He?s really milking his 15 minutes. And he was operating a sex fantasy thing in his house where people could earn $500 - $10,000 cash? I?ll venture to guess that this guy is full of shit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amy1217 View Post
    Does it really help the lady's case that he says she was in the house but not in the room when Sydney died? I mean she knew he killed her and probably helped dump her body so...
    Yeah, I don?t think he?s actually helping Bailey. And if she helped him dump Sydney?s body, isn?t that accessory to murder after the fact?

    Btw, I recall reading that Sydney had something wrong with her that affected the way she walked. I think maybe it was the missing person flyer that said she had a noticeably unusual gait, or something like that. If so, then maybe she was insecure about it and had a hard time making friends? I say that only because I went to junior high school with a girl who had scoliosis and had to wear a back brace for kind of a long time, and there were some people who teased & bullied her horribly. Poor Sydney. I feel so bad for her loved ones.

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    http://www.1011now.com/content/news/...476715203.html

    An upcoming trial for Aubrey Trail and Bailey Boswell, both persons of interest in the death and disappearance of Sydney Loofe, was continued until May on Tuesday morning.

    Trail and Boswell both face charges of interstate transportation of stolen property. The duo is accused of scamming a couple out of more than $400,000, claiming they would use the money to sell a gold coin for a large profit.

    On Tuesday morning in a meeting with Magistrate Judge Cheryl Zwart, Boswell?s attorney moved to continue the trial, which was scheduled for March 26, to provide additional time to review discovery and prepare for trial, according to court documents.

    According to the records, counsel for Trail ?strenuously opposed the continuance.?

    However, the motion was granted, and the trial was pushed back until May 14 at 9 a.m.

    Judge Zwart has not yet made a decision on a plea from Trail last week asking he be allowed to represent himself in the case. Trail said he has not had adequate time to prepare for trial with his attorney since he was being held in federal prison in Kansas.

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    They are both complete pieces of trash.

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    http://www.omaha.com/news/crime/aubr...f26eb6870.html

    Aubrey Trail, a person of interest in the death of a Lincoln woman, used a change of plea hearing Thursday for the purpose of not changing his plea.

    So, instead of pleading guilty to 14 federal charges of fraud, he was ordered to stand trial May 14 on charges that he helped defraud a Kansas couple out of $400,000.

    Trail?s court-appointed attorney, Korey Reiman of Lincoln, had requested the court hearing in anticipation that Trail, 51, wanted to change his plea from not guilty to guilty. But when U.S. Magistrate Cheryl Zwart asked if Trail was ready to do that, Reiman said no.
    An FBI spokesman said Thursday that an investigation into Loofe?s death is continuing.

    But the theft charges against Trail and Boswell have served to keep the couple behind bars while that probe continues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaniNYC212 View Post
    So, instead of pleading guilty to 14 federal charges of fraud, he was ordered to stand trial May 14 on charges that he helped defraud a Kansas couple out of $400,000.
    How, how, how in the name of God do people fall for this shit? $400,000? Hell, I won't even lend my blood $20 bucks for fear I'll never see it again. JFC.


    Quote Originally Posted by marshmallow View Post
    did you make her into a wallet Bill? cuz if you did I'm off team Bill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeaceBeWithMe View Post
    How, how, how in the name of God do people fall for this shit? $400,000? Hell, I won't even lend my blood $20 bucks for fear I'll never see it again. JFC.
    Amazing. There are people in this country one paycheck away from being homeless and then you have people pissing away hundreds of thousands of dollars on bullshit. I just can't feel sorry about it but I am glad that they were able to use that to keep them in jail while investigating Sydney's death.

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    http://www.omaha.com/news/metro/aubr...8a6a620bc.html

    Aubrey Trail was back in federal court Friday, this time contesting statements he gave to authorities after he was initially apprehended for questioning in connection with the disappearance of Sydney Loofe.

    Trail, 51, and his 24-year-old girlfriend, Bailey Boswell, are persons of interest in the death of Loofe, a Lincoln Menards clerk whose body was found Dec. 4 in a rural area north of Edgar, Nebraska.

    U.S. Attorney Joe Kelly said Friday that he could not comment on the Loofe case as the four-month investigation continues. Neither Trail nor Boswell, who were living in Wilber, Nebraska, have been charged in the death of Loofe, who was last seen after arranging a date over the Internet with Boswell.

    Trail, in phone calls to reporters, has said he suffocated Loofe on Nov. 16 during a sexual role-play fantasy, but that her death was an accident.

    On Nov. 30, Trail was questioned by a Lincoln police investigator about the Loofe case as well a theft case involving a Kansas couple who were allegedly duped into thinking they were purchasing an antique coin from Trail.

    During the interview at a sheriff?s office in Branson, Missouri, Trail told investigator Matt Franken to ?ask away? and later said ?let?s party.?

    Franken testified that he took the ?let?s party? remark to mean that Trail was willing to provide statements about both the death and the fraud case.

    Trail?s attorney, Korey Reiman of Lincoln, asked the investigator about money that was deposited in Trail?s ?books? following the interview, an apparent reference to the accounts jailed inmates have to purchase snacks and personal items from a jail canteen. The question implied that Trail was rewarded for talking to investigators. When was that money deposited? he asked.

    Franken said he could not recall.

    The investigator testified several times that Trail?s comments during the interview were voluntary, and that Trail never once asked to talk to an attorney or asked for the questioning to stop.

    He and Boswell are scheduled to stand trial in U.S. District Court on May 14 on multiple theft charges in connection with a scheme in which the Kansas couple gave them $400,000.

    U.S. Magistrate Cheryl Zwart said Friday that she will rule later on whether to allow Trail?s interview on Nov. 30 as evidence at the trial.

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    I'm still amazed this dude could ever realistically claim be a part of any other human beings sex fantasy.

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    http://www.1011now.com/content/news/...482065251.html

    Bailey Boswell and Aubrey Trail have pleaded guilty and now faces up to 10 years in prison in a federal fraud case.

    Boswell and Trail are still considered persons of interest in Sydney Loofe's disappearance and death.

    Boswell appeared before a federal judge in Lincoln on Tuesday morning and pleaded guilty to interstate transfer of stolen property. Trail pleaded guilty Tuesday afternoon.

    Prosecutors say Boswell set up websites and false documents as part of a scheme to defraud a victim out of money.

    Prosecutors say Trail stole $375,646 in property and, from December 3, 2015 until November 7, 2017, falsely represented himself as ?Alan Russell.?

    In addition to prison time, he faces a $250,000 fine.

    The judge will recommend accepting the guilty pleas. Boswell and Trail are set for sentencing on August 3.

    Trail's plea agreement was signed on April 3. Boswell signed her plea agreement on May 4.

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