Well, I’ll have to say that the Jaliek Rainwalker missing person case in my hometown of Greenwich, N.Y. in the Washington County is exploding in the podcast industry. They just keep coming and coming and here’s another one. I try to listen to them all but out of all the podcasts I’ve listened to about this case over the last couple of years, I find this one being the best one. This podcast here covered everything that we’ve seen so far perfectly.
Have a listen for yourself:
Most of us have came to an agreement that everything leads back to the father, Stephen Kerr and we all happen to agree that he had something to do with it. There will be some out there that will disagree, though. Some will actually feel sorry for the adoptive parents and will defend them no matter what anyone says.
Yes, I believe in “innocent until proven” guilty but it’s so hard to believe that for this one when Stephen and his wack job of a wife never proved their “innocence” yet. Ever since this child went missing, they’ve been uncooperative from day 1. If they really cared about their adoptive son, they would do everything under the sun to find him but instead they seem to be worried about someone out there actually finding him.
If they were innocent, ask yourself this… why would they move out of state while all of this is going on? Why would they hide behind a lawyer? Why do they avoid talking to people looking for Jaliek like the plague? Why did they threaten to sue the police over the investigation? Why won’t they let the police compare the gold van to the one on the surveillance video?
Most of this family except for Stephen has social media accounts, why won’t they ask around online for people to help find him? Why isn’t anyone talking? When you have a missing kid, you have to go around talking to people to see if they know something but you don’t see them doing that either.
If they really cared for this kid then they would work with the police and the local news media to help find him. They have done that up until the father, Stephen refused to take a polygraph test and after that, they avoid people looking for Jaliek like the plague. They moved to Vermont while having a missing kid? They do what they do ’cause they are hiding something and they are pretty “confident” of not getting caught.
Their lawyer claims they are doing everything they can to find him but that’s not what I’m seeing at all. This family seems to have moved on with their lives… enjoying their lives as if none of this is going on.
When you have a missing kid, you need to work with the police so you can show you had nothing to do with it and to show them that you actually care about finding the kid. Is this family doing that? Nope. They’re still living in Vermont still to this day, hanging on social media like on FB/instagram and acting like Jaliek never existed in their lives.
Yup, I’m sticking with the theory that Jaliek was murdered by his own adoptive parents and they covered it up. It’s pretty obvious that’s what happened, right? Sure, no evidence to prove that yet but that’s how this is going to turn out to be. I can’t think of no other theory of what happened. Runaway? Not a freaking chance! Suicidal? I don’t buy that either.
Sure, the kid may have had his problems but you don’t kill him and throw him away.
This is a sad story. I’m a huge Jaliek supporter and I’ve been following the case ever since it happened. Jaliek deserved to be taken care of by a loving family but instead got in the hands of the wrong family who are nothing but monsters.
I wish someone out there would come forward and say something. Someone else knows something. Stop protecting Stephen & his nutjob wife and come forward. I wish the other four kids in this family (not naming their names) would grow a spine and come forward if they know something. They aren’t kids anymore, they are full grown adults now and they can do as they please… they don’t need to be in control of anyone anymore.
Jaliek will be found somehow. If Jaliek’s body/remains can never be found at all then we will get proof that they did it somehow. It maybe difficult and slow but Justice for Jaliek will happen. The sooner the better, though.