This was from back in January 2012. Evidently it did not post any videos, but since Josh is gone and Steve is in jail, that pretty much leaves Alaina and Michael at the University of Minnesota to keep up the propganda campaign which is obstructing justice. This complicity in a continuing cover up effectively makes them part of the continuing story of this sad and outrageous murder plot in which Josh and Steven have only been named as persons of interest, and authorities will not name either of them as suspects, or declare Susan's case to be a murder case and not just an unexplained disappearance. Everybody knows the explanation by now.
Michael had the nerve to suggest that Susan's friends should be the ones to investigate for leads: Josh Powell's brother, Michael, wrote in his blog that he has reason to believe the West Valley Police department has overlooked viable leads, "probably intentionally, including Steven Koecher, Tim Peterson, Chuck Cox, and (Powell's estranged sister) Jennifer Graves."
This website was removed, by one report at the request of Josh soon after this new story aired, but as one commenter noted, Google says the site was so outrageous, they removed it as a violation of terms of service.
Powell brother launches website critical of investigation, claims children are in danger
By Paul Nelson January 31st, 2012
SALT LAKE CITY -- A new website from the family of Josh Powell is blasting the investigation into the disappearance of Susan Cox Powell. It claims investigators haven't looked into other family members closely enough and that Powell's children are in danger while they're in the care of the Cox family.
"These children were willfully ripped from the safe and loving home they lived in with their father and were intentionally placed in an abusive household," where one of the boys has been subjected to repeated abuse, the site alleges.
The site includes a string of links to documents and news stories and says the police have bungled the investigation, while child protective service workers have ignored the children's peril.
"It doesn't surprise me because they're going to try and do stuff to take the eyes off them and put it on somebody else and make themselves look a little better," said Jennifer Graves, Josh and Michael Powell's sister, who reiterated she wants the boys to continue to stay with the Coxes. "They're trying to make Josh look better so he can get his kids back, obviously."
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