The sheriff said the exact day or time of her death couldn't be determined, but the autopsy indicated she died shortly after she was discovered to be missing from her home. "I can't give you a day or time. But it would have been soon after she disappeared. Within a window of a day or so, if not on that very same evening."
i think the insect activity would tell if she was put there shortly after death.
the poorly mixed concrete began to become weak because of the gases, imo. that's why it started to crack and crumble when the fisherman set his feet on it. i think it would've eventually crumble on it's own.
whoever put her there sure didn't take much time. the grave wasn't very deep and the concrete was made half @ss.
I thought I heard them say that she had been dead approximately for one week when they found her. Maybe I am mistaken but if that is true...whoever did it, kept her alive for a little while. May 24th to June 4th is a 10day span. I would estimate she was kept alive for no longer than 3days. That is JMO.
In my opinion the person(s) who did this, probably knew that a body buried by water would decompose fast, plus with the nights of rain we had that week helped it decompose even faster.
The concrete I heard was in an oval shape formed slab, in fact I have a piece of that concrete from the burial site. It ranges from about 3/4inch thick around the edges to about 1 1/2in thick just 3inches from the outer edge....plus remember the fisherman said it cracked in the middle...it definitely was not just poured over the body..it had to have been formed somehow but in an uneven way, or like previous statement of the gases breaking down the concrete could have caused it to break away faster.
Remember also, they said there was no trauma to the body.
In my opinion if there was no trauma, she had to have been buried unconsious.
I really think that she would have put up a fight if she would have been awake, therefore causing some trauma at the very least to her body by the murderer holding her down.
All I know is I am really sick to my stomach over this whole situation.
To think that the person(s) quilty is still out there lerking around is scary.
An eye for an eye should rule in this case...
make the person(s) responsible for Nevaeh's death suffer EXACTLY like she did.