Voice Platform and Support Network for Families of Missing and Victims of Crime
It's the same here. So, we ask permission from propertyowners to place them on trees. They almost always say yes, but if they say no, the poster would have been taken down and wasted anyhow. We also have found newspaper delivery people that will deliver the posters/flyers with the newspaper in residets boxes. We have a 3' x 5' banner that a local store displays, in thier window upstairs.
I hope this helps. Good luck!
It is happening way to many times and so sad, thank you to the journalist who found this worthy to write. I agree with all your comments especially Don's comment about police to help find the missing and not hinder. It is sad people have to become creative and work so hard when someone goes missing it is hurtful and adds vinegar to the wounds. Everyone should be out there helping I just can't understand some people what if it were one of their loved ones.
Mr. Russo should be concentrating on finding Paige instead of where the Posters are hung. Also, I would investigate any person who would have complained about the Posters. VERY SICK...
This kind of action from an Official really concerns me that they have their priorities out of kilter.
It's against the LAW to Abduct or Murder someone also.........................................
Susan Olsen (Mother of Missing Bradley Olsen 1/20/07)
WISH I WAS IN KENTUCKY WITH MY CONSTRUCTION STAPLER TO HELP THIS FAMILY...
KEEP PUTTING THOSE POSTERS UP - AS MANY AS YOU POSSIBLY CAN.
I STILL DO IT ALONG WITH REFRESHING TORN AND WORN POSTERS DAILY.
LAMINATE SOME SO THEY CAN HOLD UP IN THE WEATHER.....
HOPE YOU FIND PAIGE SOON.
HUGS, Susan Olsen