FarkingReading: Here's a new detail I didn't know before: The closest thing he had to a friend was the bus driver that he killed. The bus driver delivered a "gift of eggs and jam to Dykes' trailer several days before the incident, as a thank you for Dykes' work shoveling a narrow road so that Poland could make a three-point turn on his bus route."Also, the two guys argued for quite a while on the bus over whether or not Dykes could take the boy, and then Dykes killed him. I didn't realize it was a drawn-out argument.http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-505263_162-57567856/new-details-about-fin a l-moments-on-bus-in-bunker-in-ala-hostage-standoff/">http://www.cbsne ws.com/8301-505263_162-57567856/new-details-about-fina l-moments-on-bus-in-bunker-in-ala-hostage-standoff/
banandar123: Hobodeluxe: I'll bet the camera(s) they has in there were probably in the toys he allowed the kid to have. really small and with 360 deg field of view.I was thinking something similar to this. They did say that they wouldn't elaborate on the method used to place the cameras in there, so it gives me a feeling it was something a little sneakier than simply lowering a camera down the PVC pipe. So yeah, out of the items known to have been lowered into the bunker, the toys would seem like the best medium for the job.
someonelse: Did I misread that, or did it say that the guy's body is still down there? Because, gross.
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