Okay guys let’s talk about this. I think people are starting to turn away and maybe starting to believe a little bit more about the supposed or alleged attack on her. Listen whatever you believe that’s just going to have to be it and I can’t change your mind. But I want to present this and ask you what you thought about it.

Woman Says She Saw Sherri Sutton on Roadside After She Was Freed: I Was ‘Certain You Needed Help’
Woman Says She Saw Sherri Sutton on Roadside After She Was Freed: I Was ‘Certain You Needed Help.
(Is this a ploy?) Was this planted?)
You can call me some what of a skeptical blogger at times. Most of the stories that I write I believe everything that you say I don’t question anyone’s Integrity or anyone’s honesty. But there’s something about this particular incident that doesn’t sit right with me. Someone just so happens to be driving by and they see her. They don’t stop to help. But they go on Facebook and say ” I can see you needed my help. I saw you on the side of the road.” That gives more validation for the event then had that not happened.
Now of course we don’t know why she did not stop. But if anyone was doubting that she had been kidnapped while reading This Woman’s account …would erase all doubt.
I guess I’m still trying to picture this thing that she was chained to and restrained to but she could still manage to wave.
 I suppose it was too dark for the woman to see her injuries? What would chaining her down on the side of the road accomplish?  Was it so that her abductors could get a clean getaway? Or are they worried about her chasing after their SUV as they drove away? If they were so concerned about their getaway and the ability to drop her off at the same time why not just Place her somewhere further into the woods to ensure that no one saw her until they were ready and hundreds of miles away?

Missing California mom Sherri Papini was reportedly chained and beaten up when she was discovered on the side of a road after mysteriously vanishing while jogging three weeks ago, according to The Sacramento Bee.

Shasta County Sheriff Tom Bosenko has previously said that Papini, 34, was bound with restraints when she was found on County Road 17 in rural Yolo, California, around 4:30 a.m. on Thanksgiving day. However, The Sacramento Bee reports that a radio dispatcher initially said Papini was “chained to something” when she was found.

“CHP is on scene and advised that she is chained to something,” a radio dispatcher told a responding officer Thursday in an audio clip obtained by The Sacramento Bee. “CHP is advising that she is heavily battered.”

Bosenko has said Papini was being treated at a hospital outside of Shasta County for non-life-threatening injuries, but no details of her condition have been released.

Calls to the California Highway Patrol for comment were not immediately returned.

At a news conference Friday, Papini’s sister Sheila Koester declined reporters’ questions about her sister’s condition, and what happened in the 22 days she was missing, according to a transcript of the press conference published by CBS Sacramento.

Koester also said she didn’t know any details of the ongoing investigation. While she said Papini has been reunited with her husband, Keith, Koester didn’t reveal if she has seen her two young children.

“Right now she has been through a very traumatic event and needs time with her family,” Koester said.

In a phone interview with The Sacramento Bee Friday, Koester said this has been the “most amazing Thanksgiving that our family could ever ask for.”

“We’re all very, very, very excited, very, very relieved and just very thankful for getting our Sherri back,” she said.

Sheila Koester Sherri’s sister gave an interview. Here is the complete transcript below.


“Hi. My name is Sheila Koester. I am Sherri Papini’s sister.

Before I say anything, I would like to share with everyone that I am 6 months pregnant, and please be mindful of my emotions. This has been a traumatic event for all of us.

As many of you know, Sherri has been returned to our family safely. She and Keith have been reunited. They appreciate the tremendous support that everyone has given us over the last few weeks and appreciate how respectful people are being to their privacy and allowing all of us to recover from this situation.

Keith and Sherri only have one statement at this time:

‘We are overwhelmed with joy of how supportive everyone has been to help bring us together as a family again. We especially would like to thank the Shasta County Sheriff’s Office, The NorCal Alliance for the Missing, the Lost Coast Trackers, Shasta Support Services, the Guardian Angels — our A-Team — the California Highway Patrol, Yolo County Sheriff’s Office, the medical personnel that helped Sherri that morning, and the whole world that reached out to help find her.”

Everyone’s tireless efforts has made our family whole again this Thanksgiving. Thank you for allowing our family time to heal and for giving us our privacy. Your help in keeping this alive through social media and national news was an intricate part in bringing her home to us. We cannot thank you enough.’

Right now she has been through a very traumatic event and needs time with her family. Thank you all for coming, I have time for a few questions.”

Reporter: I know you mentioned she was back with Keith…has she been reunited with the kids yet?
Sheila: That’s not a question that I have an answer to at this time.

Reporter: How is she doing physically? We understand that she had some injuries.
Sheila: She’s very excited to be home. So that’s all that I can say at this time.

Reporter: You said that social media played a role in possibly Her release. How did that play a role in the case?
Sheila: I don’t have any details into the case. I just know that getting her face out there was the best thing that anyone could do.

Reporter: Where were you and when did you learn of the good news?
Sheila: I heard on Thanksgiving morning that she was found.

Reporter: Did ransom play a role?
Sheila: I don’t have any details of the case that’s going on at the moment.

Reporter: Have you seen her, and if so, could you describe the reunion, what that was like?
Sheila: I’ve seen her and it was a very joyous reunion and we were just very very excited to see one another.

Reporter: Have you been able to talk to the people that she flagged down on Thanksgiving morning? Did she or you, anybody have a message for them?
Sheila: I know that we’re just very excited that somebody was able to come in contact with her. And we appreciate all the help that everyone has given.

Reporter: What is your hope, there are, according to her, two women out there, what is your hope? Do you hope we catch them? They are considered dangerous, I imagine.
Sheila: I don’t know any details of any part of the investigation that’s going on and I’m just concerned with the healing of my sister.

Reporter: Has she said anything about anything that she went through those 22 days that she was missing?
Sheila: We were just joyous to see one another.

Reporter: It happened so close to her home. Is she there, or is she afraid to be in that area right now?
Sheila: That was not a conversation that we had.

Reporter: I know that she was a dedicated mother. Was she employed in some other fashion? And second, that, as a family have you have you been discussing who may have had a motive to do something like this?
Sheila: That would be a question I would ask Shasta County sheriff’s office.

Reporter: Was she employed?
Sheila: I don’t have an answer to that question.

Reporter: What is she doing today? What’s her day like today?
Sheila: I know…I don’t know what she’s doing at this time. I know that she’s with Keith and that they’re being reunited.

Reporter: When will she return home?
Sheila: I don’t know where they are at this time.

Reporter: And she hasn’t been reunited with her children yet?
Sheil: I know she’s been reunited with Keith.

Reporter: What have the last three weeks been like for you and your family?
Sheila: It’s been a range of emotions and sadness, anger…right now it’s just joy — lots and lots of joy that she’s here with us.

Reporter: Do Her children understand that she’s back home?
Sheila: I can’t answer that question. I don’t know.

“I want to thank everyone for coming.”

The the worst interview ever. Was this a complete waste of time or what?  I understand she’s pregnant and she wants to keep her emotions under control. But where is this Rod Rodriguez the third when we need him? He’s been all over Facebook, but I have not seen him on my side for the last few days. If she could not give the interview or answer any valid questions, why even bother doing it? Why didn’t the mother or the father or someone else give the interview?

Its clear she’s lying and being extremely evasive. I think these people want us to beg him for attention.