Onuma was evicted from a Kaneohe, Hawaii residence after his connection to the Kristen Modafferi case was made known to the owner of the home. The residence was worth about $1.4 million dollars and Onuma had no job. Somehow, he was living there all alone. After he was evicted, the Property Manager located a briefcase hidden beneath some eaves in the attic. When the property manager opened it, he found articles about Kristen Modafferi inside.
Brooke Glassco and her boyfriend, Rueben Brand were the winners of our $1,000.00 Treasure Hunt and they join us today to share their personal accounts of ho0w they learned about Kristin in the first place, then continue on to share how they put the clues together to locate the $1,000.00.
An 'Open Address' to residents in Wahiawa, Kaneohe & Honolulu who may know a man named Jon Onuma, aka, Jade Yoshino.
He may be involved in the disappearance of 18 year old Kristen Modafferi back in 1997.
Please listen to this Podcast and help spread the word.
Ok - this was very strange to see. A Kristin supporter posted her fellings about Kristin on the SLO Sheriff's Facebook page and incredibly received a 'posted response' saying posts about Kristin were 'off-topic' and she was threatened with having her posts deleted.
I called the Sheriff's Department to ask for clarification and got voicemail so I left a message which you can hear...
For 32 years, Cal Poly has contracted out with Jeff Radding to come on its campus and give free legal advise to its students and faculty.
Radding is also the attorney for Paul Flores, the suspect identified by Law Enforcement as the kid who abducted and killed Kristin, one of Cal Poly's own co-eds.
Kristin has never been found.
I called Cal Poly today and asked for a statement as to why they allow this to happen. My podcast is a recording of that phone call.
In February 2016 I received a truly explosive email from a Flores family member recounting horrific behavior of Paul Flores at a family Christmas gathering.
With her permission - I read for your two separate emails she sent me of her first-hand account of Paul Flores - the prime suspect in Kristin's disappearance.
That is all it took. First time in over 21 years a President of Cal Poly actually reached out and communicated with the the Smart family.
In that window of time - you could fight WW2 three and a half times.
For whatever reason Wednesday, September 15th marked the day that the tragedy of Kristin Smart rose high enough on the 'priority' level within the offices of the Cal Poly President Jeffrey Armstrong (and his predecessors) to warrant a phone call to the missing students' parents.
Better late than never, I guess, but this is really a screaming embarrassment that should never go unnoticed.
Kristin rented a room at 274 Jayne Avenue in Oakland. In today's podcast - we take a closer look at each one of these roommates and some of their actions since Kristin vanished.
I do not believe they are responsible for her disappearance (but anything is possible) because I still think Jon Onuma and Jill Lampo at the very least are not telling us everything they know.
I actually got the chance to meet the idiot Flores family in the early days of my involvement with Kristin's case. This was back in late 1997 or early 1998.
In this podcast I share with you my 'first-hand' account of my intersection with the Family of Paul Flores from Arroyo Grande, Ca.