Elizabeth Johnson Could Gain Her Freedom by Cooperating, So Why is She Refusing to Help Find Her Son?

If Elizabeth Johnson did not kill her son, then why is she not fully cooperating with the FBI about the alleged couple from the park who Elizabeth says adopted Gabriel? She is sitting in jail. This is a woman who obviously likes her freedom, and if her grandfather’s alleged allegation is correct, Elizabeth is into fashion, not being a mother.

According to the babysitter, Elizabeth liked to dress as if she were going to a club. Certainly she must hate being locked up. Surely she realizes that she can be charged with murder, even if they never find a body.  So if she did adopt the child to an underground adoption agency, then her chances of leniency are much greater if she gives authorities any and all information about the people involved in the adoption. Subsequently, Elizabeth would be charged with much lesser offenses than murder.

Why did someone (allegedly Elizabeth) take a photo of little Gabriel with a medicine dropper in his hand and photos of the child looking drugged? Why would a woman who tells a babysitter to give the child more medicine to “shut him up” want to protect the child so much that she would not disclose who adopted him? Things just don’t add up. Or do they add up to murder?

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One Response to Elizabeth Johnson Could Gain Her Freedom by Cooperating, So Why is She Refusing to Help Find Her Son?

  1. sophie says:

    I think right now, her freedom comes second to punishing Gabriel’s father.

    Plus, I think she killed her son and therefore she’s not going to say anything that will put her in jeopardy of a death sentence.

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