Documentary becomes ‘the shot heard round the world’
PART 1 – SHADOW GOVERNMENT and FALSE CONFESSIONS
by Timothy Charles Holmseth on January 12, 2016 at 1:23 P.M.
The phenomenal success of the Netflix documentary ‘Making a Murderer’ has exploded inside the ears of everyday Americans like the proverbial ‘shot heard round world’.
‘Good’ and ‘Evil’ have gone to war against each other in the United States of America.
One might have logically expected the existence of a secret Web server containing Top Secret documents involving national security, which was hidden by Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, to enrage the public – but it wasn’t.
It was a very simple man that worked at an Auto Salvage yard in Wisconsin.
The satanic craft of elaborate wide-spread deception by evil agents of the ‘Shadow Government’ has been exposed by a single ten-hour documentary featuring the plight of Steven Avery.
The compelling documentary, which chronicles Avery’s life and experiences in the American judicial system, has shocked the national conscience.
For the first time, the American public has been able to sit down and casually absorb important information that is not being thrown out in short deceptive sound-bites, which invariably become overwhelming and unmanageable.
Through the series, the public has finally looked right into the eyes of shadow government operatives and realized evil can look just like the next door neighbor.
American’s have seen that evil may be wearing a badge – a three piece suit – or a clergyman’s collar – but it’s still evil.
Moreover, for the first time, regular American’s are feeling the cold chill of personal vulnerability race up and down their spine – realizing their own government agencies, offices, and institutions have been wholly infiltrated by an enemy that is evil and wicked with a blood-lust that never ends.
The ‘Shadow Government’ is a criminal satanic network operating inside the United States comprised of law enforcement officers, lawyers, politicians, military, and media operatives that collude, coordinate, and conspire to violate state and federal laws and subvert the U.S. Constitution – on a daily basis.
Americans are now individually and collectively realizing ANYONE could be the next ‘Steven Avery’.
SHADOW GOVERNMENT AND FALSE CONFESSIONS
The prosecution of Steven Avery for the murder of Teresa Halbach was a shadow government operation.
The government’s case appeared on the surface to be legitimate, primarily because law enforcement had obtained a ‘confession’ from Avery’s teenage nephew, Brendan Dassey.
But the ‘confession’ was simply a satanic parlor trick by a host of demonic magicians.
Dassey’s so-called confession was part of the shadow government’s strategic frame-up of Avery.
“[Brendan Dassey] confessed to raping Halbach, slitting her throat with his uncle, who then shot her in the head, and later helping burn her body, details only the killer would know. In the video of his interrogation, Dassey looks at his feet and picks at his fingernails after his confession. He asks when he can go back to school,” the Chicago Tribune said.
“The detectives had fed facts to the mentally challenged Dassey, who has a low IQ and was unaware of the impact of his actions, said Steven Drizin, co-founder of Northwestern University’s Center for Wrongful Convictions of Youth, which has appealed Dassey’s case in federal court in Wisconsin,” the Tribune explained.
“Drizin said the interrogation tactics used by detectives violated core principles of the Reid technique, a widely used interrogation method developed in 1947 by former Chicago police Officer John Reid,” the Tribune said.
The secret society of satanic shadow government operatives often extract a false confession from a vulnerable person – an objective that is easily accomplished using any one of a multitude of methods. False confessions can be obtained through mind-game interrogation techniques, coercion, and blackmail.
The two key components required to obtain a false confession are relatively primitive and simple; pure evil, and its natural byproduct, calculated deception.
Once extracted, the false confession is given to the media where it’s used as soft mind-control to effectively quell existing public suspicion that invariably exists whenever a shadow government operation has taken place.
Shadow government operations usually appear very suspicious at first glance due to facts and circumstances that make the crime appear odd, perplexing, unrealistic, and surreal from the onset.
The ‘confession’ gives the public and jury a back-door and way out from their conscience, which is nagging at them that something is very wrong.
To understand the false confession of Brendan Dassey, scholars of the Steven Avery murder case need to examine the confession of another school-aged kid that became tangled up in a shadow government operation – Austin Reed Sigg.
Austin Reed Sigg, 17, Westminster, Colorado, confessed to the murder and dismemberment of Jessica Ridgeway, 10.
Jessica was abducted off the street on her way to school. The little girl’s dismembered remains were later found in two different locations – some in an open field – and some in Sigg’s home (sound familiar?).
But to understand the Sigg confession in the Ridgeway murder, the scholar first needs to examine the JonBenet Ramsey murder case – because the JonBenet Ramsey murder and Jessica Ridgeway murder were both shadow government operations conducted by the same operatives.
JONBENET RAMSEY MURDER CASE
In 1996, the JonBenet Ramsey murder case swept the headlines and became an international media event – just like the Netflix documentary ‘Making a Murderer’.
There is a reason for that.
In both the Ramsey and Avery cases, it was instantly recognizable to the public that things were not ‘adding up’ and something seemed amiss with the entire situation.
There’s a reason for that, too.
The unsolved murder of JonBenet Ramsey in 1996 was a shadow government operation.
Rev. Bob Enyart
In 2015, the FBI began investigating Rev. Bob Enyart, Arvada, Colorado.
Enyart is a pro-life radical activist pastor radio-talk-show host that authored a Manifesto where he declares the erection of his own “parallel government” as he maintains a website called www.shadowgov.com
Curtis and Danielle Kekoa, Northglenn, Colorado, are former members of Enyart’s church and claim it is actually a satanic cult. In 2015, Danielle Kekoa was contacted by the FBI regarding Enyart’s Denver Bible Church. The FBI received Danielle Kekoa’s information from Planned Parenthood.
Special Agent Kimberly Milka, Denver FBI, describes Enyart as a “shot-caller” and is part of a unit investigating his group for possible connections to planned attacks on Planned Parenthood facilities.
After the murder of JonBenet Ramsey in 1996, Enyart became obsessed with the case, publishing an elaborate accounting of JonBenet’s murder and cover-up, which he says was accomplished by John and Patsy Ramsey. The detailed analysis of the murder and cover-up is published on Enyart’s website www.shadowgov.com
Danielle Kekoa told the FBI task force that Enyart is a “serial killer” involved in the murder of JonBenet Ramsey, Jessica Ridgeway, and Dylan Redwine among others.
JonBenet Ramsey murder and the ‘Shadow Government’
For whatever unknown reasons, motivation, and/or actions of persons that led up to JonBenet’s murder – it is very clear the child’s parents, John and Patsy Ramsey, found themselves in a position they did not want to be in.
Granted – the curious actions and behaviors of John and Patsy Ramsey appeared suspicious from the get-go.
Patsy Ramsey said she woke-up to find the infamous ransom note at the bottom of the stairway in their home, while she was still dressed in the same clothes she wore the day before. She then proceeded to call 911 where she appears to speak to a third person that is not supposed to be present. Several hours later, John Ramsey finds their daughter’s lifeless, tortured, sexually assaulted body bound and gagged in their basement.
The basic facts make it appear the Ramsey’s did something to cause their daughter’s death, and then attempted to point investigators in a different direction by writing a ransom note.
But shadow government scripts don’t always fool the curious public. In the Ramsey case, there was strange and suspicious behavior by everyone, including by law enforcement.
While it is entirely common for police investigators to strongly suspect the parents in a case where a child is murdered in the home – the record shows the actions, behaviors, and decision-making of the Boulder Police Department (BPD) defied all logic – so much to the degree it can not be passed off as incompetence. The BPD conducted an investigation that would not even receive a passing grade of D-.
It was a complete failure.
It appeared from the very beginning that the BPD brass was actually doing everything they could possibly do to NOT do things correctly.
The BPD allowed the crime scene to be trampled and contaminated; only one detective was assigned to manage the entire crime scene for hours (while she repeatedly asked for assistance); and the FBI was not brought into the investigation in any meaningful way.
Simultaneously, the BPD bent over backwards in efforts to ‘convict’ the child’s parents in the media.
It appeared the BPD had as much to hide as the Ramsey’s.
Scholars of the Steven Avery case will benefit by studying the JonBenet Ramsey murder case.
Once a student of the Avery case realizes the utterly bizarre set of circumstances present in the Avery case, mimic the bizarre nature of the Ramsey case, it will soon become clear that in both cases the entire judicial process, laws, procedures, common sense, and the U.S. Constitution, were being deliberately subverted.
However, one distinguishing fact that sets the Ramsey case apart from the Avery case is that the murdered child’s parents were very wealthy; they were not sucked into a police interrogation room; and were able to obtain the very best lawyers.
Because of the wealth and social stature of John and Pasty Ramsey, the case exploded into the national headlines immediately, and law enforcement was not able to bully, coerce, or force a confession out of either parent – or JonBenet’s brother.
The public would eventually learn DNA not linked to anyone in the Ramsey family was found at the crime scene. In fact, there was DNA linked to an unknown male, a pubic hair, as well as unidentified DNA under the little girl’s fingernails.
The Kekoa’s say the unknown male that left DNA evidence at the JonBenet Ramsey murder scene was Rev. Bob Enyart.
The Ramsey case goes unsolved.
However, Steven Avery was convicted of murder based upon what appears to be obviously planted evidence and a confession by his nephew, Brendan Dassey.
Avery/Ramsey murder scholars will benefit by comparing the Brendan Dassey confession in the Teresa Halbach murder, to the Austin Sigg confession in the Jessica Ridgeway murder.
Prepare to be disturbed.
THE TRUE STORY BEHIND THE JESSICA RIDGEWAY MURDER
Originally published by Timothy Charles Holmseth on December 26, 2015 at 8:24 A.M. C.S.T.
Jessica Ridgeway, 10, was kidnapped on October 5, 2012 while on her way to school in Westminster, Colorado.
Eight hours passed before Jessica was reported missing, because, due to her work schedule, the little girl’s mother was asleep when she received a call from the school that Jessica had not showed up that day.
What the American public has never been told is that during the hours Jessica Ridgeway may have still been alive and held captive, a married couple from Northglenn, Colorado were desperately trying to save the child’s life.
On the same day Jessica was abducted, at 11:31 A.M., Curtis Kekoa, Northglenn, Colorado telephoned the Boulder Police Department (BPD) to report information he had about the JonBenet Ramsey murder – he left a message – his call was recorded. “I’m calling you because I believe I have some information regarding a couple of individuals who might have been involved in the JonBenet Ramsey homicide,” Curtis Kekoa said.
The two individuals that Curtis Kekoa reported to BPD on the same day Jessica Ridgeway was abducted were Robert Adolph Enyart and Kenneth Tyler Scott.
At the time Curtis Kekoa telephoned the BPD about JonBenet Ramsey, nobody yet knew Jessica Ridgeway was missing because her mother did not receive the school’s message until 4 P.M.
Danielle Kekoa told Write Into Action what happened next.
“Later that evening as we are watching the 9 o’clock news we hear the Amber Alert about missing Jessica Ridgeway from Westminster, CO that went out at 9:20 P.M. We figured Bob (Enyart) was connected right away but waited until first thing the next morning to call the Amber Alert hotline to tell them our suspicions,” Danielle Kekoa said.
“Meanwhile we are blasting all over social media that Bob Enyart knows what happened to Jessica and Westminster PD should talk to him. Next thing we know the large brown paper bag’ is dropped off in Superior, Colorado,” Danielle Kekoa said.
The large brown paper bag
News reports detail the finding of a brown paper bag containing Jessica’s backpack on October 7, 2012.
“I can tell you that tonight police and federal investigators are actively pursuing several leads in this case and I can confirm to you is a report from a neighbor that there was a suspicious van in Jessica’s neighborhood Friday morning,” reported Dan Champion, 7 News.
“No doubt the discovery of her backpack behind me marks a major turning point in this investigation. The backpack was found inside a “large brown paper bag,” News 7 reported.
On October 8, 2012, Danielle Kekoa telephoned the Westminster Police Department (WPD) and spoke with a detective. She explained to police the significance of the “brown paper bag” and its connection to a reverse ransom note the Kekoa’s sent to Enyart one month earlier on September 7, 2012.
“The key piece that stood out to us last night was the large brown paper bag that [Jessica Ridgeway’s] backpack was found in. Now this individual, Robert Adolph Enyart is a convicted child abuser and he has been attacking us since last year trying to take our six children away and we have been exposing him all year long and we had recently discovered that he’s possibly connected with an unsolved murder in Boulder from 1996 and we actually called Boulder on Friday to set up an appointment and we’ve been giving him coded communications that we know its him, and part of that communication was a ransom note telling him to leave us alone and turn himself in and to deliver all the evidence in a large brown paper bag,” Danielle Kekoa said.
“There’s possible reason to believe this man Kenneth Tyler Scott is also involved,” Danielle Kekoa added.
Danielle Kekoa elaborated on the brown paper bag.
“In 1996 JonBenet Ramsey was murdered, correct? There’s a ransom note that was left and in that ransom note was distinct language that defines how Enyart writes and the type of person he is. The instructions to the Ramsey’s were to bring a brown paper bag with the money,” Danielle Kekoa explained.
“Well we figured out that Enyart – we have a large amount of circumstantial evidence that places Enyart at the scene of the (JonBenet Ramsey murder) crime on Christmas day that year. And so we have been in coded communication online – so we sent him a reverse ransom note telling him to leave us alone – we have his court documents – we have everything – and if you don’t leave us alone we’re going to go public and tell everybody, and what you need to do is turn yourself in to the authorities and bring a handwritten confession note in a large brown paper bag to the authorities,” Danielle Kekoa said.
Danielle Kekoa told the detectives that the large brown paper bag was a message to her and husband from Enyart.
“We believe [Jessica] is still alive and in captivity right now. I believe she is kidnapped – not anywhere close to where you guys are looking,” Danielle Kekoa told Detective Russ Johnson.
“I sent [Bob Enyart] and email and the cops at the same time saying the cops need to question Bob Enyart and within hours the backpack was dropped off mysteriously,” Danielle Kekoa said.
Danielle Kekoa also provided police locations of where Jessica might be hidden. She explained that this is all a “game” to Enyart and it is “fun” to him.
According to Kekoa, Enyart has been harassing and tormenting her and husband with email accounts he creates under false names. In June, 2014, the Kekoa’s received an email that had been set up under Curtis Kekoa’s name. The Kekoa’s believe it was authored by Enyart.
“Let’s look at the bright side of having been associated with Bob, honey. He may be a serial killer but he is OUR serial killer. Do you think he can break the record for the most victims? Go, Bob, Go! Don’t hate the player, hate the game!” the sender said.
Danielle Kekoa provided an impressive amount of evidence to Detective Johnson regarding Enyart’s satanic network and the elaborate scheme behind the kidnapping and murder operation.
“Look into the background and verify the authentic ownership of whoever is running the Facebook page, because these people are notorious for creating disinformation sites and seemingly credible websites in order to collect information in order to censor the truth,” Danielle Kekoa said.
“The reason why this is so alarming is because I posted the same information about Bob Enyart on this site, and within an hour, I was banned and forbidden from leaving any more comments,” Danielle Kekoa told the detective.
“I also noticed that the time-stamp of when the page was created was literally one minute after you Tweeted the alert. It was almost if it was ready to go to be the one – the monopoly on the information,” Danielle Kekoa explained.
“If somebody’s really looking for information I don’t understand the point of banning someone. This is what they do – they create websites – they have dozens of them that I know of that look authentic and then they put out a tremendous amount of disinformation – they collect information – they follow IP addresses, and then they can track people and if you get to close to information you are silenced or you’re banned or your – worse,” Danielle Kekoa said.
Jessica Ridgeway’s remains found
On October 10, 2012, partial remains of Jessica Ridgway were found in open area in Arvada, Colorado. Enyart resides in Arvada.
On October 15, 2012, Danielle Kekoa called Bob Enyart’s radio show but producers refused to put her on air. She then left a message saying, “The FBI is coming. Hope you’re running.”
Curtis and Danielle Kekoa believe law enforcement fatally neglected the information they provided and it might have cost Jessica Ridgeway her life.
“Four days [after Danielle Kekoa warned Bob Enyart the FBI was coming], on October 19, 2012 the police get a tip leading them to Austin Reed Sigg and take his DNA which doesn’t match,” Danielle Kekoa said.
The Austin Reed Sigg confession
Austin Reed Sigg, 17
Write Into Action’s analysis into the Austin Sigg ‘confession’ concludes there is tremendous doubt that Sigg committed the crime alone. There is also doubt that Sigg is the actual person that murdered Jessica.
The FBI profile of the person that kidnapped and murdered Jessica Ridgeway was that of an adult that was an experienced killer.
The profile did not describe Austin Sigg in any fashion.
However, by the time everything was over, law enforcement had abandoned the FBI’s profile of the killer, and claimed the State lab made a mistake when it determined the DNA of Austin Sigg did not match the DNA found associated with the crime.
“On October 23, 2012, Austin Sigg’s mommy turns him into the police after he allegedly confesses to Jessica’s murder, and magically his DNA matches, and the ‘experienced killer’ who kidnapped, murdered & dismembered Jessica that the FBI profiled, turns out to be a 17-year-old boy—the token patsy and John Mark Karr remake,” Danielle Kekoa said.
Danielle Kekoa’s reference to “John Mark Karr” is regarding the bizarre man that in 2006 made international headlines after he confessed to the murder of JonBenet Ramsey. Law enforcement subsequently concluded Karr was lying. According to the Kekoa’s, Karr’s false confession was a planned deception guided by Enyart.
Danielle Kekoa’s said she has suspicions of Austin Sigg’s parents due to their background and strange behavior. As a mother of six children, she was incensed and suspicious of the way Mindy Sigg appeared to be anxious to turn her son in to police.
Indeed – the actions of Mindy Sigg raise serious red flags.
On December 1, 2013, the Denver Post reported:
A friend of Mindy Sigg, Austin’s mother, later recalled conversations the women had before Jessica was kidnapped. Mindy Sigg joked about her son’s interest in body decomposition and said she had helped Sigg practice restraining someone with zip ties, said Chief Deputy District Attorney Hal Sargent.
What mother jokes about human decomposition – and what mother participates in a game that involves her son practicing the binding of another person with zip-ties by being the victim, Danielle Kekoa said.
On October 23, 2012, Mindy Sigg, Austin Sigg’s mother, telephoned Westminster Police to inform police that her son had confessed to kidnapping and murdering Jessica Ridgeway.
The dispatcher asked Mindy Sigg to put Austin Sigg on the telephone.
DISPATCH: Can you tell me what is going on right now or how you’re feeling. Or how did this come about.
AUSTIN SIGG: I don’t exactly get why you’re asking these questions. I murdered Jessica Ridgeway.
AUSTIN SIGG: I have proof that I did it. There is no question. You just have to send a squad car down here and I will answer all the questions you want to ask, or anyone wants to ask. As soon as, you’ve got to get down here.
DISPATCH: What part of the house are her remains in?
AUSTIN SIGG: In the crawl space.
Austin Sigg advised the dispatcher “I have proof that I did it”. He sounded as if he was building a case against himself to prove himself guilty.
There may be a reason Austin Sigg believed he would have to ‘prove’ he did it. The reason is because all the DNA evidence gathered by law enforcement testified that he did NOT do it.
Additionally, he did not match the profile of the killer nor did he drive a “suspicious van” such as was reported by a neighbor.
Likewise, it is inexplicable Austin Sigg would dispose of only part of Jessica’s body in an open field; while keeping other pieces of the body in a crawl space of his mother’s home.
The arrest warrant
The following is from the Arrest Warrant by Detective Michael Lynch, police officer, Westminster Police Department.
On October 10, 2012, your affiant was advised by investigators from the Westminster Police Department and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) that a full DNA profile from an unknown subject had been developed from evidence collected from Jessica’s backpack. The profile had been entered into the combined DNA index system (CODIS). CODIS is a system developed and maintained by the FBI into which crime laboratories can enter DNA evidence for comparison, including evidence collected in cases in which there is no identified suspect. A match was made to a DNA profile already entered into CODIS in a different case.
On May 28, 2012, at about 1315 on trails of Ketner Reservoir a 22 year-old female jogger was attacked by a male suspect. The female was grabbed from behind by a male subject who attempted to cover her mouth with a rag soaked in an unknown substance and drag her into the underbrush near the trail. The female was able to fight or scare off her attacker, and then she called the police. The female described her attacker as white male, 20-25 years of age, approximately 5’ 7” to 5’ 9” tall with an “average” build and brown hair.
The attacker was not located after an area search and remained unidentified. During the course of his investigation into that case, Detective Michael Lynch collected the shirt the victim was wearing at the time of the attack, and submitted it to the Colorado Bureau of Investigation laboratory for analysis. From an examination of the shirt, CBI analyst were able to develop a full DNA profile from an unknown subject. The DNA profile was submitted to CODIS and later returned a match to the DNA profile from Jessica Ridgeway’s backpack.
The affidavit goes on to say that on October 10, 2012, human remains determined to be Jessica Ridgeway were located in an open space in Arvada. It was noted that a wooden cross was found inserted into the child’s vagina.
The DNA of several hundred people was gathered by law enforcement for testing at the Colorado Bureau of Investigation. Among the persons asked to give a DNA sample was Austin Sigg.
The affidavit reports, “The DNA of Austin Sigg did not match the DNA profile developed from Jessica Ridgeway’s water bottle or the DNA profile developed from [the woman attacked at the reservoir] shirt.”
It did NOT match.
Framing a religious zealot
“Austin Sigg stated he placed a cross in Jessica’s Ridgeway in effort to cause investigators to consider a religious zealot as being responsible for the murder. Later in the interview Austin clarified that he actually placed the cross in the vagina of Ridgeway. The information concerning the location where Austin inserted the cross was never disseminated to the media or the public and had been held in confidence as an investigative key,” the affidavit said.
Austin Sigg told police he inserted the wooden cross into the child’s vagina so investigators would “consider a religious zealot”.
Rev. Bob Enyart is an ultra radical pro-life anti-abortion activist ‘pastor’ with his own radio-show and website called www.shadowgov.com. He authored a treasonous Manifesto about starting his own shadow government because his “ministry” was under attack.
Brian Rohrbough is a Columbine shooting parent; founding president of American Right to Life; former candidate on United States presidential ticket; former member of Denver Bible Church; and close business associate of Enyart.
“[Bob Enyart] is perhaps the most dishonest and deceptive man I have ever met in my life. He is a blatant liar and his whole thing is to try to get people into following and worshipping him,” Rohrbough said.
“You’re not dealing with a Christian entity. He’s an evil guy,” Rohrbough said.
Indeed – Enyart is at the very least a religious zealot.
Austin Sigg made a statement to police that conveniently covered for any evidence that might be found pointing to a religious zealot (Bob Enyart).
“Austin stated that he placed the “Sawzall” in a large drawer in a bottom right hand cabinet of the garage. He moved the other bags containing the head, arms, and legs of Ridgeway to a crawl space under the house,” the affidavit said.
Glimpses of the truth?
On November 19, 2013, the Denver Post reported on testimony from court hearings regarding Austin Sigg and the Jessica Ridgeway murder.
“He described the nearly two hours Sigg kept Jessica in his bedroom, where he made her watch a movie while he cut her hair and laid out clothes for her to change into. When he tried to strangle Jessica with zip ties, the plastic cut into his hands and he later told police that he didn’t “have enough leverage,” Sargent said.
Does the aforementioned scenario describing the alleged actions of Austin Sigg depict a teenage boy that is bent on murdering a little girl? Or, does it describe a boy that abducted a little girl and is changing her identity by cutting her hair and changing her clothes?
If Austin Sigg was changing Jessica’s identity; why was he was doing it?
Did Austin Sigg procure Jessica Ridgeway for another person whom he then turned her over to?
“The government changed the evidence and entire narrative to fit Austin’s mysterious ‘confession’,” Curtis Kekoa said.
The story and media coverage of Jessica Ridgeway’s murder and the confession of Austin Sigg abruptly stops after Sigg pled guilty.
No discovery of evidence is available and the story just ends, which leaves many unanswered questions.
Did law enforcement verify Austin Sigg’s story?
- Was the room where Austin Sigg allegedly dismembered Jessica ever investigated with luminal to determine if the room was splattered/saturated with blood? There is no possible way it could not have been.
- Was Austin Sigg’s vehicle tested for blood and/or DNA linking Jessica to the vehicle?
- What was rate/stage of decomposition of Jessica’s Ridgeway’s body found in the Arvada field? Did it match the date/time of death presented by Austin Sigg (Sigg claimed he killed her on October 5, 2012).
- Did law enforcement ask for DNA from Robert Adolph Enyart and/or Kenneth Tyler Scott? Enyart resides in Arvada where part of Jessica’s body was found. Law enforcement went door to door taking DNA samples from regular innocent citizens that were not even remotely considered suspects. Did they do the same to Robert Enyart and Kenneth Scott? If not – WHY?
- Did the jogger that provided law enforcement with a description of the male that attempted to abduct her while jogging, positively identify Austin Sigg as the man she looked at during her attempted abduction?
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