This just in from TJ Hart, we are still waiting for some documents and I will add those as soon as we can process them. This freight train is moving downhill at the speed of light – Simon
In an interview Friday, September 4, 2009, regarding updates in the disappearance of 6-year-old Haliegh Cummings of Satsuma, FL, Texas Equusearch Director Tim Miller spoke with me openly about a third party verification of then-babysitter–now stepmom Misty Croslin-Cummings recently failed polygraphs and the work hours of Haleigh’s father.
Regarding the failed polygraph of Misty Cummings, the last person to see the missing child, Miller said Daniel Sosnowski, President of the American Polygraph Association, reached out to TES and agreed to review all documents referred to in his report.
Waiting to process documents, should have them in a few minutes – simon
Note From Tim Miller: As you can see, Mr. Sosnowski reached out to us. Â Upon speaking with Mr. Sosnowski, he agreed to review all documents referred to in his report. Â Said documents were then forwarded for his review and, as you can see, he concurs with the findings of Donald Craig Harper, who is a member of the American Association of Police Polygraphist.
Later in the conversation, I asked Miller to verify Ronald Cumming’s timeline. Miller stated that Ronald told him and Orlando attorney Mark Nejame that he did have an argument with Misty on the telephone while he was at work at PDM. I asked Miller if Ron worked from about 4pm to 3am and he responded that Ron’s time card is verified and that he had punched in and out as usual.
Miller also stated that Ron’s timeline is also supported by the fact that he was seen on a convenience store surveillance video just after 3am buying beer, cigarettes and peanuts.
Ronald also reportedly told Miller that Misty did not appear panicked when he first saw her after returning from work and learning that Haleigh was missing.