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originally posted by: Blue Shift
originally posted by: RainbowPhoenix
I wonder if maybe he knew his time was limited and didn’t want to spend it in quarantine so he went somewhere remote to wait to die.
Hopefully not the local water reservoir. I saw Cabin Fever!
What is an Epidemic Intelligence Service Officer?
An Epidemic Intelligence Service Officer is someone who tries to find out the source and details of any epidemic in order to find a cure and/or put a stop to it. The officer will investigate people, who have been afflicted with the outbreak, possible causes of the outbreak and possible ways to cure the outbreak. An epidemic intelligence service officer will strive to protect the health and welfare of not only the country, but the world as well.
the brilliant young man has always been up to the task. He is a commander in the US Health Service Corps, his family said, and as part of his job is sent to respond to public health emergencies like the Zika virus, the Ebola virus, or natural disasters, ABC reported. According to his CDC bio, he’s a team lead with the CDC’s Division of Population Health and trained with the CDC as an Epidemic Intelligence Service officer. His family said he was recently promoted to Commander, 11 Alive reported.
Another strange thing they noticed was that two of the windows in his home were left open. This alarmed them, they told NBC, because it was very out of character. He was very environmentally conscious and wouldn’t have normally left those windows open, they believed.
THAT just freaked me out.
There are two addresses listed in White pages for him.
I examined both on Google Maps trying to figure out where he might have been able to walk to since all ID, Wallet and Car left at home.
The Green Dot is his address, look at what is just north of his home.
Cunningham's family and Crime Stoppers are offering a $10,000 reward for any information that leads to an arrest and indictment in the case. Police said that at this time they do not have any evidence of foul play, but it is their practice to explore any and every possibility in a case such as this one.
Anyone with information on the case should contact Atlanta police or Crime Stoppers.