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"I started drinking at a young age, but I managed to get to my 30s before it caught up to me," said Robert, who now has a successful business career.
While he could not discuss any specific tip, he said his team receives information from the public regularly, almost on a biweekly basis. The number of tips pick up each year around the anniversary of the murder.
"The reason she was left that way was somebody was there who cared about her. Another human being. An innocent child who didn't understand this stuff."
Robert says he and another child were in the backseat of the car that late afternoon when the man stopped to pick up Dana, who was hitchhiking east on Topsail Road in St. John's. It led to a frightening and horrifying night, he said.
"And believe me, I've laid in bed and (asked myself), did that really happen? I tried to think it away, that maybe it didn't. But I can't. It's in me."
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Dana Nicole Bradley had only been on this Earth for 14 years. A friendly, pretty girl full of joy and energy, she had merely tried to hitch a lift home not an uncommon thing to do in 1981 St. John's.
The RCMP subsequently informed Robert that none of the avenues related to his tip provided any new evidence to support criminal charges.
allow tunnel vision or closed mindedness to get in the way of that."
According to an RCMP document, the investigation into Robert's tip continued for 16 months.
"Any tip that we investigate on the file is thoroughly investigated based on every resource we have, every methodology we have," Osmond said.
Robert complained to the Commission for Public Complaints Against the RCMP about the way investigators handled his information. He alleged the RCMP relied on false memory syndrome to make the decision to dismiss his complaint. He also pointed out that false memory syndrome is not recognized in the medical community.
He said he saw the savageness in the killer that evening, claims he witnessed the horrific murder and the events following it that night.
1981 murder of Newfoundland teen revisited
The air was cold and crisp that night, the season's snow had not yet set in. The brush in the hidden area off the rugged dirt road near Maddox Cove crunched and rustled under his feet as he walked away, he and his devil ugliness, free now for more than 32 years and going.
The total of her years alive are less than half the time her killer has been free from punishment for his crime.
He said a lot of the information police receive through tips is information they've seen or heard before. Tips with a lot of information, he admitted, are rare.
"Subsequent to that meeting, you were advised by Dr. Collins that you were not suffering from post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and recovered memories, but rather that you were experiencing false memory syndrome," the document notes.
"The alcohol was helping me cope, but it turned on me. When I took it out of the equation, I found myself, but I had no idea what was coming to the surface.
On Monday, The Telegram talks to a neuropsychiatrist who offers his observations on the notion that Robert has false memory syndrome.
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his own type of hell with him, Robert says his memories from that day and night were long repressed, along with many other terrible memories from those years.
Robert says the RCMP first met with him on Dec. 14, 2011 the 30th anniversary of Dana's murder.
"He had no remorse," Robert (a pseudonym being used to protect the man's identity), told The Telegram.
some bizarre act of kindness when, sometime earlier, the monster in him had raged and he had brutally beat her about the head and robbed her of her life.
At the same time, the RCMP informed Robert the investigation into his complaint about being sexually abused by the man in the early 1980s had concluded without corroborating evidence to support charges.
Robert says he was that child.
In March 2013, the RCMP asked Robert to meet with Dr. Peter Collins, an expert in the field of forensic psychiatry.
He took his story to the RCMP in December 2011, since the site of the murder was in their jurisdiction at the time. An investigation ensued around the anniversary of the murder, a time when the RCMP commonly receives new tips.
More than two and a half years ago, after he decided to part ways with booze and take his chances without it, he says his mind healed and the memories surfaced first of being sexually abused at the hands of the man, then of the murder.
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