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The family of Kristin Smart, the California college student who vanished 23 years ago after attending a party near her school, was reportedly told by federal agents to be prepared for news and to secure a family spokesperson.
Denise Smart, the woman's mother, told the Stockton Record that she was contacted by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and was told to "be ready."
"This is really going to be something you don't expect. We want to give you the support you need," she said she was told.
On January 18th 2020 the Stockton Record reported that the FBI informed Smart's family that additional news about her disappearance would be coming and that the family "might want to get away for a while" but did not provide any specific information.
The only scenario I can think of where the family would need a spokesperson would be if they found the girl's remains, and then also found DNA evidence which implicates one of the parents, or a family member, in her disappearance. But if that's the case, why give the parents a head's up???
originally posted by: CthruU
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