The Disappearance of Jacob Paddock-Weeks: Disappearance Curve
Yet, my main point from what I said on the Live Show stands: If the person who took the photo TRULY BELIEVED it was Cameron, then she/he should’ve followed that guy around all day and all night until Cameron’s family could be reached . . . period. Because otherwise, it’s like finding a pot of gold in the middle of the forest and not marking the location with GPS before running back to your house to get your pickup truck. Good luck finding it again.
I would also remind everyone that the people involved in the Cameron Remmer picture said the guy lived in the area, he was a local, and had a well-established pattern. But . . . here we are two months later and the guy hasn’t been seen since.
THESE are the reasons I am doubtful of all eyewitness accounts. I mean, really, if I encountered Jessie Foster on the streets of Clearwater, FL I would follow her everywhere, even into a woman’s restroom, to make sure I didn’t lose her, all the while trying to reach her mother, Glendene.
Whereas, eyewitnesses—who claim they saw a missing person and insist they are 100% sure—don’t do any of this.
So, my stance on this will continue until the behavior changes. And yes, I’ll do what I can to change that behavior.
Bringing this all back around to Jacob Paddock-Weeks, I really can’t give the eyewitness to the crash TOO much of a hard time. There is no way he/she could’ve known Jacob would be missing 18 months later. Yet, something as simple as going over to the side of the road to see what direction Jacob was headed could’ve been helpful to the police who showed up AND Jacob’s family who is still searching now. Something as little as that can make all the difference.
Jacob Cameron Paddock-Weeks was a 27 year old from Arvada, CO. He had worked with his father and loved the outdoors. On Feb. 2, 2019, somebody resembling Jacob was speeding on Rt. 285 near Indian Hills. In a turn, Jacob’s truck hit the inside guardrail and came to a stop, facing traffic. The person got out and walked away. He was never seen again.
If you have any information regarding the disappearance of Jacob Paddock-Weeks, please contact the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office at (303) 271-5195.
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