It's a harsh question to ask, but it's one that is on many minds right now: Is Hannah Anderson getting away with murder? While she was declared a victim not long after she was rescued, the details that keep coming out in her case indicate that she might not be entirely honest. Even a reported "human lie detector" called the girl out on CNN, referring to an expression on her face at one point as "disgust" for her mother. So it's a perfectly valid question to ask, whether or not she had something to do with the deaths of her mom and brother.
A special Sunday podcast aired about Hannah and some strange photos and videos were discussed. In particular, there is a Vine video that was uploaded by Hannah that shows her throwing a grey cat around -- and it was clearly in distress. This behavior -- abuse toward animals -- is disturbing, and it's worth asking why this hasn't been in the media! There is also a video of her referring to as "hawwwttt," a man who is far older than her, even when he was in the movie Grease.
There is also the strange photo that she had uploaded to Instagram (it has since been removed) where she hashtags words 'hello river' after saying goodbye to Malibu and Hollywood. This was shortly before her alleged abduction, so it seems strange that she seemed aware that she was heading to a river (River of No Return, maybe?).
Listen to Sunday's podcast here, and consider some of the suspicious behavior surrounding this 16-year-old girl. Is she a completely innocent survivor in this horrible case -- or is she somehow involved in the death of her own family members?
It should also be noted that James DiMaggio's sister Lori DiMaggio is not interested in seeking a DNA test from Hannah. This was evidently something that blew out of proportion surrounding the DNA test that was located in Christina Anderson's car. However, she reportedly warned her brother to stay away from the teen, calling her "trouble." Sadly, she was probably right -- but what are the odds that the full truth of this case will ever come out?
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