Found this on another forum. Of Course Hannah's Instagram is private but some people are copy and pasting stuff from there.
This picture was taken AT HER BRUTALLY SLAIN MOM AND BROTHER's FUNERAL/MEMORIAL. Like wtf? She's talking about picking up dates there and mancrushes?
Another somber picture of Hannah at the memorial.
This is from before the incident. She had posted a bunch of pictures from her LA/Malibu trip (where she went with Dimaggio). One of her school friends posted "getting sleazy with uncle". She deleted the comment from her instagram but the picture is still there Instagram
and in fact I think she may have deleted a lot of stuff from her instagram.
Just wow! She doesn't look like she mourning at all!
She will pay one way or another.
Since they closed the case per another user in this thread I wonder if they did so bec they evidence point to that manipulative girl. There are too many questions open and the authorities appear to be ignoring them....DNA test kits, the letters, the trips....geesh.
Hannah Anderson 'sick' from autopsy reports, responds to critics in latest ask.fm posts
16-year-old kidnap victim says she 'breaks down all the time' as she returns to normal life after the brutal deaths of her mother and brother. Family friend James Lee DiMaggio allegedly killed Christina and Ethan Anderson before he abducted the teen, and set fire to his home.
Kidnap victim Hannah Anderson has answered critics on social media and posted photos of her little brother Ethan and mother Christina Anderson, who were brutally killed in California.
A kidnapped California teen said she “felt so sick” she almost left school after she read autopsy reports that describe her mom and brother’s brutal deaths.
Hannah Anderson, 16, revealed details of life after her rescue from the Idaho wilderness in a new flurry of online posts. _hannah_x0x0 via Instagram
Hannah Anderson’s recent Instagram posts include pictures of happier times with little brother Ethan.
“I break down all the time,” Hannah wrote on social media site ask.fm. “I don't like crying i front of people. I'm the type of person that makes sure everyone else's feelings are ohkay before I take care of mine.”
Authorities say family friend James Lee DiMaggio bound, gagged and beat Hannah’s mother to death and set fire to his home on Aug. 3, leaving her to burn along with the teen’s 8-year-old brother and dog. _hannah_x0x0 via Instagram
Hannah Anderson has recently posted family photos of little brother Ethan and mother Christina Anderson, who were brutally killed in California.
DiMaggio, 40, also abducted Hannah and led police on a weeklong manhunt to Idaho, where FBI agents killed him during a shootout, authorities said.
The teen has dodged print interviews ever since, but she recently responded to dozens of questions online. _hannah_x0x0 via Instagram
Hannah Anderson’s recent Instagram posts include this selfie as well as photos of her mother and little brother before their brutal deaths.
“How do you know he never had me handcuffed.? Because there you are wrong,” Hannah told one poster. “Don’t assume things you don’t know. Just stop.” _hannah_x0x0 via Instagram
Hannah Anderson has recently posted dozens of pictures on her Instagram account, including this shot of her with younger brother Ethan Anderson.
The majority of the questions and answers cover the cornerstones of teenage life — cutest boys, favorite songs, gossip drama. But Hannah also describes the trauma of the days since her Aug. 10 rescue.
She said she read the autopsy reports at school. @Hannahbanana722 via ask.fm
Kidnap victim Hannah Anderson is back on ask.fm answering questions about her abduction and the killing of her mother mother and little brother.
“I know I’m in shock,” Hannah wrote. “I found out about the autopsy at school and I read it I felt so sick I almost went home. I was crying all day.”
The reports describe 44-year-old Christina Anderson’s battered head, slashed throat and duct taped mouth. Little brother Ethan’s body was so badly charred in the fire at DiMaggio’s home the medical examiner couldn’t determine the cause of death. Andrew Spanswick/AP
James Lee DiMaggio, posing in a West Hollywood restaurant, allegedly killed Christina Anderson and her son, Ethan, before he kidnapped Hannah Anderson, 16, and fled to the Idaho wilderness.
Hannah said she needed to know what happened to her mother and brother. RELATED: KIDNAPPING SUSPECT'S SISTER: HANNAH ANDERSON WAS 'TROUBLE'
She said she also read news accounts “because I want to know what bulls--t people are saying about me.”
Hannah had posted dozens of answers on ask.fm just days after her rescue, but then shut down the account.
She returned to the site in full force on Saturday and answered dozens of questions during the next several days.
She has been a prolific Instagram user throughout, posting photos of her family alongside homecoming pics and quotes.
A banner at the top of her page says, “I wish heaven had visiting hours.”
Interviews reveal inconsistencies in Hannah Anderson case
Posted: Oct 10, 2013 8:55 PM CST Updated: Oct 11, 2013 8:12 PM CST By Phil Blauer, Anchor/Reporter
SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) - Two months after a manhunt helped authorities track down Lakeside teenager Hannah Anderson, she's revealing new details about the man who allegedly kidnapped her and killed her mother, Christina Anderson, and 8-year-old brother, Ethan.
In an interview on the Today Show, Hannah Anderson described when she first learned that family friend James DiMaggio had an evil plan for her. But the teen's interview also revealed apparent inconsistencies in her story.
Sixteen-year-old Hannah Anderson took to the national airwaves Thursday morning to speak again about her alleged kidnapping at the hands of DiMaggio.
"He seemed crazy, yeah. It was really scary. You could tell in his eyes… really scary," she said during the interview.
The teen said things got weird for her after the 40-year-old picked her up at a cheerleading camp and drove her to his Boulevard home in the late afternoon of August 3.
"The point where I realized that something was wrong is when we go to his house and my mom's car wasn't there," she said.
However, in this video reviewed by News 8, Christina Anderson's Chevy Blazer is at the Boulevard home, parked next to the main house, which DiMaggio allegedly set on fire using timed, arson devices. The vehicle's hazard lights are seen blinking in the video.
"He drugged me and I was out, then I woke up in Idaho," Hannah said during the interview. "So I don't remember anything between there."
Anderson said DiMaggio made her take couple of Ambien pills to knock her out during the long drive to Idaho. She said the last thing she remembers is being handcuffed and bound with zip-ties at the ankles on the couch inside DiMaggio's East County home. She said she did not remember getting into DiMaggio's vehicle.
But in a previous interview on Dateline NBC, San Diego County Sheriff Bill Gore said both Hannah and DiMaggio were "awake" when they were captured on surveillance video as they passed through a U.S. Border Patrol checkpoint in Pine Valley at midnight.
Sheriff Gore told Dateline NBC the surveillance images show, "him and her, kind of, reclining back in the seat; you know, awake. And at that time they were heading west."
Finally, just minutes before agents moved in and shot DiMaggio to death in the Idaho wilderness, Hannah said he was trying to create a signal, which seems to contrary for someone who had just spent seven days running from the law.
"He was trying to start a fire to signal for help. Then all of a sudden the fire wasn't working. So, I told him, I said well I read in a book that if you fire a gun in the air three times that means S-O-S. So, he went to fire it once and I was watching him. And, then he fired it the second time but he like lowered it. Then a bunch of guns went off and I looked and he fell on the ground," Hannah said.
In her interview, Hannah Anderson never explained who DiMaggio was trying to signal, or why.
She's being watched, no doubt about it. The FBI and police detectives are handing her enough rope to hang herself. This This case is far from over. She doesn't know how to shut up! She'll be charged soon enough. She's a sociopath. Her dad better be careful.
Everything I read about this case I hear in the voice of the narrator for the Discovery ID show, Deadly Women. She's a vile human being and if they don't get her on this, she will surely be involved in other murders.