Murder in Navarre: Do you know who killed Josh?

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Josh Whittier was found dead at 6:30 A.M. on February 18, 2007, in Navarre Beach, Florida. His body was lying face down in the sand at the water’s edge near Juana’s Pagoda Bar. His chin, knees and wrists were scraped as if he had been dragged there. A pack of (dry) cigarettes and a bottle of Corona beer were close by. His wallet, that earlier had contained $900 from a newly cashed paycheck stub, was found up the beach. The case was closed after one of the suspect’s family was identified as a Santa Rosa Deputy investigating the crime. State Attorney David Rimmer had Medical Examiner Andrea Minyard, an intimate friend, to push this case through as an accidental drowning, without water being in the lungs.JOSH-WHITTIER-REWARD.jpg (695×234).clipular

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Conjuring Justice

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Pensacola, FL: Triple murder is a “witchcraft” murder. Sometimes, these posts just write themselves. Sir David has deemed this to be ritualistic, Wiccan, witchcraft, pagan or what have you due to the way the bodies were laid out in the time during the time of the “blue moon”. The timing of the blue moon is off because these people were murdered before the full moon and of course, because none of these groups have even fringe groups that kill people ritualistically. It seems that he was really trying to say “satanic” but because of how absurd that sounds, he relies on the people of Pensacola to believe it was witchcraft. More plausible I suppose. 

Other reasons not to believe this lie is that Richard Thomas Smith was a high level Homeland Security agent who was over IT and cyber-crimes. In Pensacola, there is probably 2 people who outrank him. Doug…

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