Jennifer Inman’s obsession with the unresolved Holly Cassano murderPosted by Jerry Panozzo on Saturday, September 21st, 2013 @ 11:02 am.
It has come to the attention of Disclosure staff that some of our online readers haven’t yet picked up their copy this month, so they might be a little in the dark about some of the information in the first Jennifer Inman online offering on the website.
Well, for all of you folks, you should sign up for an online copy and get reading, or hustle out to your local vendor and pick one up now, if there’s any left, because once this train is rolling, it’s going to be pretty hard to throw yourself on when we get ‘er up to speed.
You’ve been warned.
So, she sent it… Jenie sent all 80 pages of it, a confession, or The Inman Manifesto as it has become known to Disclosure Staff, and we have made it our personal mission to give all of you readers as much information about what she says has happened, what we think is happening, what gets said when we speak to people from her phone list of personal, professional, and educational contacts about her, and what is discussed between one particularly obsessive Disclosure Staffer and Inman, herself, in their 15- minute phone call every day.
Not-to-mention discoveries we’ve made on our own with all of the collected information, and our own style of investigation… unique to Disclosure News.
In February 2011, two years after Holly Cassano’s murder, Inman’s confession discloses this statement after she claims to have been reading headlines on a paper, while standing in line somewhere.
“So, I had no idea that a girl had been slaughtered across the street from my old apartment in Mahomet. Curious, I read the article. Immediately, I knew two things. First, that it was a serial killer. Second that this particular killer was one of the sickest minds in existence since Jack the Ripper.”
Jennifer Inman would probably be very happy to think that the obsessive nature by which this investigation into her own sad, unfortunate life is being pursued might not probably be very different than how she was investigating that Holly Cassano cold case so obsessively, except that I don’t think Holly’s poor mother, Toni, will have to finally ask us to stop doing whatever we’re doing. Toni Cassano, the mother of 22-year-old Holly who died brutally after 60 successful stab wounds, and then had her corpse sexually-penetrated, (which Inman cites in her confession as a “Class 9 nerophiliac, which are hands down the most dangerous type in existence. A personality type that I have studied since I was 15”) and then her body was posed as if she was hanging on a cross like Christ, across the floor of the mobile home. Why did Toni Cassano walk up to Jennifer Inman and tell her to “stop helping,” after asking for any and all help from the public?
Wasn’t Inman trying to help by “taking pictures of the inside of the trailer by peering through windows," after Toni asked her not to go inside? Inman’s confession discloses that she just had to dig under the skirt of the trailer a little to find three pieces of evidence: “bloody-blue latex gloves wadded up and buried, a broken cell phone face, and an old wood-handled screwdriver that is no longer sold.”
"I got permission from the property manager to search the surrounding area, and I scoured the creek and bank for the knife that I knew the killer would have thrown there. Unfortunately, after two days of searching and countless hours of 'walking the grid', I failed to unearth the murder weapon. I did find however, a size medium, white t-shirt with blood on it."
So far, Ms. Inman has stumbled upon blood evidence in both places she has looked, but then later claims that Champaign Police, upon arrival, did not want her evidence and told to stay away from the case.
Wasn’t it Inman who had offered herself to police to use as bait in Holly’s old trailer to lure the killer back out, because, she thought she looked just like her? Inman thought for sure this killer had already returned to crime scene, and may do so again. Inman wanted to take this killer down before he could slaughter another girl in her sleep.
This is all in Inman’s confession. There is so much more to reveal.
Even more startling details of Inman’s developing story are going to be delivered exclusively by Disclosure in an ongoing series of print articles and website fillers with details piling up almost like a made-for-television drama, starting with the next issue hitting newsstands on October 2, 2013. The e-Edition will be available as early as September 30 if you have an online membership; otherwise check with our vendors for your print version, so you won't miss one word of this intriguing story.
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