I have been seeking the truth about my son's suspicious death for almost 3 years!
My son, Joshua, was found dead in Amsler Park/McGregor, on February 16, 2006. McGregor PD did not investigate, did not follow police protocol, and after 2+ years of research on my own, teaching myself basic forensics, analyzing the crime scene photos, the dispatch logs, the autopsy, and the contradictory statements of the four officers, I am now 99% certain that my son did not commit suicide!
Support me in my online petiton: www.americaiswatching.org (Joshua Robinson) Attached documents, including a statement that a McGregor patrol officer was the last person to see Joshua alive in Amsler Park @ 1AM! He died between 1:15 and 2:15AM, according to rigor/livor mortis.........or he had a cadaveric spasm, which is a rarity. [cadaveric spasm is instantaneous rigidity, due to depletion of muscle protein, called ATP, caused from a highly emotional state or struggle]
If I can't get the truth, I can't find peace of mind.
I want to know~Where is the justice for the poor in Texas?

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Comment by Catherine on October 4, 2010 at 8:35am
Thank you Cynthia. Although I want to know the truth so badly, there is a part of me that wonders if I would even be able to handle it. There have been times when I have said that God will reveal the truth when he knows that I can handle it. I thank you for shedding light on the obsession of it. It makes a lot of sense. I never thought about the harm it could cause me. Even though I know he's gone, and no one can ever hurt him again, I was always there for him, and now I can't be. It may sound crazy, but I feel guilty that I can't do anything to get justice for him, I feel like I would be letting him down, and I know better in my head, but my heart doesn't get yet. Thank you so much. I'm learning that I really haven't excepted his death, and that plays a big part in these feelings. God Bless You, you are truly being a vessel for him right now.
Comment by Catherine on October 4, 2010 at 8:35am
Thank you Cynthia. Although I want to know the truth so badly, there is a part of me that wonders if I would even be able to handle it. There have been times when I have said that God will reveal the truth when he knows that I can handle it. I thank you for shedding light on the obsession of it. It makes a lot of sense. I never thought about the harm it could cause me. Even though I know he's gone, and no one can ever hurt him again, I was always there for him, and now I can't be. It may sound crazy, but I feel guilty that I can't do anything to get justice for him, I feel like I would be letting him down, and I know better in my head, but my heart doesn't get yet. Thank you so much. I'm learning that I really haven't excepted his death, and that plays a big part in these feelings. God Bless You, you are truly being a vessel for him right now.
Comment by yvonne on October 3, 2010 at 2:20pm
I am asking the same question where is justice my son was murdered by a bunch of illegal immigrants and drug dealer and the police know who they are and they refuse from questioning them.I know they know who kill my son i cannot afford a lawyer so he could let they do there job the police are not even trying to invegistate.Ifeel your pain
Comment by Cynthia Robinson on September 28, 2010 at 11:16am
Catherine, PLEASE heed my words. I spent 4+ years of my life, to this moment, breathing, dreaming, living and praying that my ability to absorb knowledge of justice, crime, forensics, police protocol, suicides, eliminating suspects, asking pertinetn questions, and of course, my intuition telling me that Joshua did not take his own life!
My friends have 'scolded' me, because this 'obsession' with the truth is slowly killing me. It has taken over every aspect of my life. I began grief counseling, and now see that God didn't intend for me to know the truth! The truth could harm me more than losing my first born, so I'm doing a 360, to save myself! In order to survive and have a life, I have to accept that he's gone and someday, our chains will once again link. My prayers to you.
Tami, for whatever reason, the petiton has been removed, although I am unable to find out why. I appreciate your contact, but if you read my comment to Catherine, you will understand. This isnt' going to be easy, by any means, but it's being obesessed or finding a way to live in peace and accept that I will meet up with him someday. May God bless and keep you both.
Comment by Catherine on September 27, 2010 at 12:55pm
Hi Cynthia, I truly understand how you feel. My 23 yr. old son was robbed and murderd March 10,2008, and the St. Louis PD have not solved his case, even though they as well as myself know that it was done by 2 of his childhood freinds and a adult brother of theirs, as one of them admitted to the set up as fake home invaision, to get his money. They keep telling me that it's not enough evidence to make the case because all of the witnesses are also suspects.
Though it's been over 2 yrs. since his death, it still feels like yesterday to me and I still have a very hard time going on. In just reading your story, you have given me some strength, because I've always thought about it, but just didn't have the strength or courage to get all of the information that you have gotten. Can you tell me the steps that you took, to gather it all? My family says that I should leave it alone and let God handle it, but they don't understand what this pain is like of not knowing the truth and not having any closure. God Bless You, and I will be glad to sign your petition.
Comment by Tami on September 25, 2010 at 11:43pm
Cynthia, I tried to sign your petition but couldnt figure out how to! I have read your story and seen the picture, I have to agree with you. I am so sorry for your loss. If you can send the direct link to the petition I will for sure sign it and I will also pass it along to others.
You are in my heart and prayers, May you find the truth.

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