Voice Platform and Support Network for Families of Missing and Victims of Crime
Added by Sara Huizenga on February 8, 2011 at 11:31pm — No Comments
I know that was the case in my sister's disappearance, anyhow. There was also pride - God forbid someone find out my father's daughter was arrested for prostitution (which would happen if our case had ever gone public), or that she had spent time living on the streets - we were told, as kids, to tell people that Judy was working as a bank teller in New York City.
Whatever - all people deserve to be loved, cared for, identified, and sought if they ae…Continue
I can't even begin to estimate the number of articles I have read online about missing person cases. It's the first thing I do when I fire the computer up every morning and usually the last thing I read before I call it a night.
While surfing the net today, I ran across an entry on the Missouri State Highway Patrol's Missing Person website that infuriated me. Apparently a young man went missing in December in a town less than 30 miles from where I live. It's been nearly two…Continue
It is a while I ago since I wrote this and wanted to share this with all of you. I covet your response and ideas. What we have today, to care for those our most vulnerable girls/ladies on the street and including all those who are addicted, DOES NOT WORK, soory to say.
Please bear with me, I wrote two versions in response to newspapers, with the actual focus the same.
Have we no Shame - Help me Live not…Continue
Added by Yellow Flower on February 2, 2011 at 7:39pm — No Comments