Bring Jo Home Website Not Giving Up Hope - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

6/8/06

Bring Jo Home Website Not Giving Up Hope

Over the past two years, many people have tried to help in the search for Joanna Rogers by creating informational web sites. 

Nan Daugherty a family friend of the Rogers built a web site called "Bring Jo Home." Since Joanna's disappearance Daugherty has kept a log of all the developments in her case. The latest entry marks the news that the prime suspect in her case made a confession.

Daugherty released this statement in response to Rodriguez's confession: "It is entirely possible that Rosendo could be lying in a bid to save himself from a lethal injection. The only way that I will be satisfied that he has been truthful will be the recovery of Joanna's remains.  Until then, Joanna is missing, and we will continue looking for her."

As investigators continue their search NewsChannel 11 will be there following every step and bring you the latest information as it develops. To view the Bring Jo Home website, (click here).

Links to Joanna Rogers/Jennifer Lynn Wilkerson Websites
Get the latest news and information on the search for both Joanna Kathryn Rogers and Jennifer Lynn Wilkerson.

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