Saturday, May 23, 2020

Beth Bentley - 10 years later

On May 23, 2010 Jenn Wyatt (says she) drove Beth Bentley from Mt. Vernon, Ill. to the Amtrak station in Centralia and dropped her off for the evening train to Chicago.

Now, if you still believe that (or ever believed it), call me right away, I still have that bridge in New York I'm trying to sell.

On December 4, 2017 the Illinois State Police discovered burned remains in Jefferson County, Ill., outside the city limits of Mt. Vernon.

On about November 19, 2019 it was announced that those remains were those of Beth Bentley.

Today, May 23, 2020, is ten years after Beth vanished.

No. 1 Question is, of course, if Jenn was telling the truth, how did Beth get back to the Mt. Vernon area and end up in the burn pit?

What does Jenn really know about Beth's disappearance? And what do the Ridge brothers really know about Beth's disappearance?

Is the Woodstock Police Department really still investigating? They have been hampered by the 330 miles between Woodstock and Mt. Vernon. But they had several chances to learn more in 2010.

Jenn was in possession of Beth's car in June 2010, when a McHenry County deputy came upon her stopped car outside Woodstock in the middle of the night. And the WPD could have squeezed one of the Ridge brothers when they encountered him.

Why might Jenn and the Ridge brothers be Persons of Interest? Jenn and Beth reportedly drove from Woodstock to Mt. Vernon on the night of May 20, 2010. If they left at 10:00PM, they might have arrived at the Ridge brothers' place in Jefferson County about 4:00AM. There has never been any formal disclosure of what occurred between their arrival and Beth's last being seen on Sunday. The media have continued to report that Jenn dropped Beth off at the Amtrak Station, but many people stopped believing that soon after Beth vanished.

One of these days somebody is going to be charged with crimes. A number of crimes come to mind. Who will spill the beans first and hope for a break for "cooperating"?

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