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eveknowsthetruth
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This is a very hard week. It's unbelievable it has now been 40 years. Digging through the records makes Joan's loss seem like yesterday. Suspended grief is difficult to cope with and finding out what really was going on makes it even more painful.

I recently did an interview with Criminology Podcast. You can hear the program here.
https://player.fm/series/series-2409410/joan-webster
They played excerpts of my interview. I am working on getting the full interview.

The podcasters did some independent research on Joan's case. There are a few inaccuracies noted below. I am not surprised. The media reports had some inaccuracies that are hard to sort out without more knowledge or access to information. I don't think the inaccuracies are significant to the overall case. They did a good job. I do disagree with their conclusion that the case might never be solved. Learning who was lying and diverting the case is a major factor leading to the truth. The real question is will Joan ever receive justice for the malfeasance that took place. I plan to do more to set the record straight.

Inaccuracies:
1. Paradiso did not sell seafood to Conley and Daggets, the location where Marie Iannuzzi's body was found. The company was sold and renamed Atlantic Lobster. Paradiso did sell to them, but that was after the Iannuzzi murder.

2. None of the extortion incidents were ever made public, that is true, but the October 1982 extortionist was identified in records.

3. The verdict for Paradiso in the Iannuzzi case was July 22, 1984.

4. Paradiso was convicted for assault in the Constance Porter case, but the description of how Porter was found was inaccurate. The podcaster had multiple Paradiso accusers rolled into one, and some of the inaccurate reporting.

5. Paradiso died of bladder cancer, not testicular cancer.
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After more than 15 years of extensive research into Joan Webster's murder, the pieces have finally come together to understand Joan's case. What authorities promoted was fabricated. The sensational nature of the case was really by design. Authorities and the Websters both had information in their possession to know what they promoted was false. This was a cover up. I have worked relentlessly to lay out the case in a logical step-by-step of what happened in the investigation. I think it is fair to say that the ones promoting a false narrative that Joan was murdered on a boat and dumped in Boston Harbor thought no one would be able to get to the records to sort this out.

I have published a new book that will add clarity.

https://geniusbookpublishing.com/produc ... afe-secret

https://geniusbookpublishing.com/collections/eve-carson
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eveknowsthetruth wrote: Sun Nov 28, 2021 11:40 am I recently did an interview with Criminology Podcast.
You can hear the program here.
https://player.fm/series/series-2409410/joan-webster
They played excerpts of my interview. I am working on getting the full interview.
Not bad that interview. Not bad at all. :!: Thorough and fair.
Though they didn't spend enough time on the airport pick-up mystery man.

Congratulations Eve on the publication of the book!! [bl] [smiley=yahoo.gif]

Great to see a solid hard copy book laying the truth out :-)
A milestone indeed!
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EVE CARSON

Simple, Safe & Secret

It was a brisk April morning in 1990 when a woman walking her dog stopped cold in her tracks. She reeled back from something strange and disturbing blocking the drainage tile: a human skull.

Forensic examination showed that it was the remains of Joan Webster, the 25-year-old Harvard graduate student whose disappearance had rattled the community and stumped investigators for the past eight and a half years.

The prosecutors had a suspect, Leonard Paradiso, who was tried and convicted for the murder of another local woman.

The only similarity between the entangled crimes was that both victims had long dark hair.

Assistant District Attorney Tim Burke was obsessed with proving Paradiso guilty of both murders. However, between the lack of evidence and ever-changing stories, the circumstances of Joan Webster’s death remains a mystery to this day.

Hope is not lost as Joan’s sister-in-law, Eve Carson, continues to fight for justice.

Simple, Safe & Secret divulges the diabolical details and dysfunctional system that has denied and obstructed justice in solving Joan Webster’s murder case.

The messy truth of the botched investigation and a wrongful conviction may be darker than the story of Joan’s murder itself.

https://geniusbookpublishing.com/produc ... afe-secret
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