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Missing Persons- Help Find Us

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posted on May, 29 2009 @ 11:02 AM
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Here are some that have happened Recently:



RECENT DISAPPEARANCE- May 22, 2009

EMANUEL GUZMAN



Date of Birth: Jun 18, 2007

Disappearance: May 22, 2009

Location: COLORADO SPRINGS, CO

Type: FAMILY ABDUCTION

Circumstances: Emanuel was last seen with his mother, Carmen Aguilera, and father, Benito Guzman, on May 21, 2009. Felony warrants were issued for the companions on May 22, 2009. They may still be in the local area or they may have traveled to Mexico. They may be traveling in a brown 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee with Colorado license plates 781 SLH or a tan 2004 Ford Pickup with Colorado license plates 491 SKZ. Emanuel has scars on both hands. He may go by the nickname Manny.

CARMEN Abducter:



BENITO Abducter:




If you have any information please contact the center for Missing and exploited children and reference case number:
NCMC1123431



Michael Maurice Rustin (a.k.a Mike, Mikey)





Date of Birth: 1975-08-15

Date Missing: 2009-04-19

Location: Salisbury, NC 28146

Age at the time of disappearance: 33

Identifying Characteristics: Pierced ears, several missing teeth, tattoo of the word Metro on chest, letter "G" representing life on right arm, a sword on right forearm. words "Established in 1975" on right arm, word "Love" on left forearm, word "War" on right forearm, bomb on left hand, initials "PM" on right hand, word "Top Shottas" on top left arm, a dollar sign on right arm with letters "ESP."

Circumstances of Disappearance: Michael was last seen on video pulling into the parking area and exiting his vehicle at the Latin Mix convenience store in the vicinity of the 900 block of Fulton Ave., in Salisbury. A Hispanic man was seen entering Michael's vehicle and removing an unknown item and is considered an investigative lead. His cell phone is missing, but identification and other personal items left in his vehicle.

STATUS: ENDANGERED MISSING PERSON


If you have any information about Michael please contact the Salisbury (NC) Police Depratment and referenece case number: 2009-001537 and NCIC #: M-038093431 .




posted on May, 29 2009 @ 01:02 PM
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There are too many missing people out there for me to give a damn.

Good idea but hopeless.



posted on May, 29 2009 @ 01:22 PM
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I think vacations are great and what not, but its important to not become a victim of a kidnapping abroad. So here are some guidlines and prevention techniques to protect you from becoming a victim:



If living or traveling in somewhere notorious for kidnapping, however, you might want to remember the following:

- Be wary of anyone who asks too many questions regarding your income, residence, professional and family situation. Not that you should get paranoid when making smalltalk but if it sounds like a list is being made then it’s possible you’re being sized up as a hostage candidate.

- If living somewhere high-risk like Mexico City or Medellin, change your route into town on a regular basis so that your movements becomes that extra bit unpredictable and you become harder to apprehend.

- Avoid making large payments by credit card as big spenders find their way onto kidnappers’ wish lists in a hurry. I’s a cinch for them to get hold of sensitive information as informants looking for a commission are everywhere.

- If you’re passing through a country that’s experiencing civil war or is notorious for bandits, travel only by day and preferably in company.


How not to get kidnapped

But seriously people use your Common sense. If a stranger approaches you and offers you a ride or a asks if you want to share a taxi, say no and move along your way. If at anytime you are feeling scared or feel as if you are being followed, call the police or go to the U.S Embassy.

If you meet anyone in a bar or club, do not share drinks and ALWAYS watch your drink. Do not leave it unattended and be wary of your surroundings. Sure vacations are fun, but only if your not being sold as a sex slave or worse. So basically, use common sense and always be aware of your surroundings....

10 Countries you most likely to get kidnapped in LINK:

10. Haiti – Being the least developed country in the Americas, it’s only natural that the Haitians make up for their low income with kidnapping. Furthermore, 80% of the population is living in poverty and over half of the country’s inhabitants are illiterate. Haiti remains an unsafe place to visit, even considering the presence of the UN stabilization force. Kidnappers and street gangs are thriving in Haiti’s capital, Port-au-Prince. The targets include rich Haitians, diplomats, aid workers and, of course, foreign tourists. If you’re willing to leave that aside, Haiti is a place of colorful art, fascinating traditions, vibrant music and spiritual people.


How many kidnapping happen in Haiti a day?

One or TWO EVERY DAY. That is a lot, chances are it more like 10-20 each day.


9. Iraq – Made by the Sumerians and Babylonians the center of the ancient world, Iraq has been under turmoil since the American’s invasion in 2003. It doesn’t come as a surprise, considering the widespread civil violence, that Iraq isn’t one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations. Violence and kidnappings occur on a regular basis and are mainly aimed at foreigners. Once the home to the most ancient civilizations, Iraq is now a place where several distinct forces are competing for control.



8. Afghanistan – Once known as the center of ancient empires or, in recent years, as a country with a great backpacking circuit, Afghanistan has been experiencing a lot of turmoil in the wars that have been waging for over 25 years. Presently, several areas of the country remain unsafe for travelers, particularly during the NATO-led operations against the Talibans and Al-Qaeda. Attacks targeting foreigners are ever frequent, especially suicide bombings concentrated around foreign embassies. Visitors are recommended to avoid gatherings, avoid travel alone or at night. Afghanistan presently has one of the most volatile situations.



7. Chechnya – Ever since the Russian Empire collapsed in 1991, the southern Russian has been marked by the conflict between the Chechen separatists and the Russian forces, thus reducing almost most of the province to sad ruins of a long war. Rich in petrochemicals, natural gas and oil, the country’s economy and infrastructure have been experiencing a serious crash, due to the ongoing conflicts. Leaving that aside, Chechnya has a surprisingly beautiful mountainside, with its mineral waters making it a great spa center.



6. Nigeria – Africa’s most populous nation has a fascinating mixture of over 200 peoples that, coupled with an unstable economy, often leads to a volatile situation. You might also remember the country from the multiple email scams circulating the internet in recent years. According to news reports, over 200 foreign oil workers have been kidnapped in the Niger Delta, most situations being resolved with a ransom. Travelers are required to vaccinate against yellow fever, while there is also a high risk of infection of AIDS/HIV or malaria. Furthermore, armed gangs and kidnappings are on the daily menu for areas such as the Bakassi Peninsula, Bayelsa or the Delta.



5. Philippines – The archipelago consisting of 7,107 islands is a fascinating, laidback natural paradise, with friendly, engaging people. But there’s a reason we included Philippines among the countries most likely to get kidnapped. North Cotabato, Mindanao, Zamboanga peninsula, Basilan, Tawi-Tawi and the Sulu archipelago are just a few areas that a traveler should necessarily avoid. Apart from the usual robberies and kidnappings, foreigners also risk having a drug put in their drink that knocks one out immediately. Tourists are then either robbed, raped or have their kidneys taken. 10 hours are needed to wake up from the drug and another 3 days to remember what happened



4. Venezuela – With some of the most spectacular landscapes and the longest waterfall in the world, Venezuela truly is a sight not to be missed, if you’re willing to leave aside street crime, kidnappings or political turmoil. If not, know that street crime is present on a daily basis throughout the country. Tourists in Venezuela are the easiest target for pickpockets so try to look like anything but a tourist. Don’t wear jewelry, watches, avoid unfolding maps, taking pictures and stay away from poor areas. To avoid problems, simply stay in the touristic areas.



3. Colombia – National parks, high mountains, cruise boats or soaring skyscrapers are just a few of the numerous attractions Colombia has to offer. Even though it might same like an untroubled paradise, Colombia has its fair share of drug dealers, robberies and kidnappings. Even though safety has improved in recent years, Colombia still suffers from high kidnapping and homicide rates in urban areas. The extra violence is provoked by the guerrillas which operate mainly in rural areas – the places to be avoided are the border areas with Ecuador and Venezuela.



2. Brazil – The largest country in South America, teeming with beaches and untamed forests, Brazil is one the most vibrant and colorful places on the continent. As with the other countries on the list, the downside is the street crime present in big cities, where attacks against tourists have become frequent. Apart from the usual kidnappings, there are also a high number of muggings so simply leave your valuables at the hotel and take with you only a small amount of money. To top it all off, Brazil experienced an increase in the number of yellow fever and dengue fever cases, so be sure to have your shots before entering the country.



1. Mexico – With a mix of modern city life and a reminiscent ancient civilization, Mexico is one of the liveliest, yet most dangerous countries on the list.


Hopefully, this will help



posted on May, 29 2009 @ 09:47 PM
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Before I reply to anything on what you have posted on here, I have a few questions for you.

1) Do you know what Human Trafficking is...

2) Do you know what the Golden Triangle is...

3) Do you know what the Golden Crescent is...

Before you answer my reply publicly here, or U2U, one location rings true to me :

Hong Kong

As well, before you reply, read this thread in it's entirety, and then I will post more on your thread.

Left-Wing, Right-Wing, This Turkey, Knows How To Soar Like An Eagle

I'm going to help you with this initiative, trust me.

ATS - DIGG Submission - Missing Persons - Help Us Find Our Homes, Please...



[edit on 29-5-2009 by SpartanKingLeonidas]



posted on May, 29 2009 @ 10:08 PM
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Originally posted by Evisscerator
I wonder what all of these people have in common ?
There has to be a common marker among them.

Were they all vegetarians?
Were they all meat eaters?
Were they all sick with some similar disease?


All of these people, the children, have one thing in common...

...their parents...

Who are the parents?

They are people, who either because of overworking, not being careful enough with their teaching to their children about predators, or quite simply were most likely someone who should never have bred to begin with.



posted on May, 30 2009 @ 12:02 PM
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I knew what human trafficing was, but the rest was great information! I appreciate your support and help and I am sure that that information will be invaluable.



posted on May, 30 2009 @ 12:07 PM
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No problem, due to my experience, I often come across this type of information, all the time.

Also, I submitted this thread, to DIGG, an ATS driven initiative to get outside people from our conspiracy theory website, into ATS.



posted on May, 30 2009 @ 12:14 PM
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Here are some Recent ones:



RECENT DISAPPEARANCE May 24, 2009

NEVAEH AMYAH BUCHANAN



Date of Birth: Feb 3, 2004

Date of Disappearance: May 24, 2009

Age: 5

Location: MONROE, MI

Circumstances: She was last seen riding her bicycle on the evening of May 24, 2009, in the parking lot of her apartment complex. She was last seen wearing a red, white, and blue striped shirt and knee length blue jeans. When Nevaeh was last seen, she was not wearing shoes.


If you have any information on Navaeh please contact the center for missing and exploited children and reference case number: NCMC1123521.



posted on May, 30 2009 @ 06:19 PM
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great idea!
I will do my part for sure
S&F for you!

you are truly a thoughtful person
it is nice to know someone as you



posted on May, 31 2009 @ 10:22 AM
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Here is another one:



Brandy Hanna



Current Age: 36

Missing Since 5/20/05

Ever since Brandy Hanna went missing, Donna Parent (The Mother) has been on a mission to keep her daughter's case alive. Her work has included creating several web pages dedicated to finding Brandy, working closely with law enforcement, and petitioning media organizations to highlight her daughter's disappearance.

Brandy vanished, leaving behind nothing but questions, and Donna still hasn't found her answers.

Blond Hair.
Hair is described as 'sandy' in color.
She has two piercings in her right ear, and three piercings in her left ear.

Physical Characteristics: Brandy has a gap in her upper front teeth.
She has missing molars.
Upper row of teeth are crooked.

Last Seen: Charleston, SC


If you have any information please contact the AMW hotline and bring Brandy home to her mother.



posted on May, 31 2009 @ 12:41 PM
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great idea. good luck.



posted on Jun, 1 2009 @ 02:00 PM
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Here is another child:



CELESTE MARIE CHRISTIANSSEN



Case Type: Endangered Runaway

DOB: Dec 23, 1991

Missing Date: Mar 5, 2009

Age Now: 17

Missing City: CLAREMONT, CA

Circumstances: Celeste was last seen on March 5, 2009. She may travel to Colusa, California. Celeste may be with a male companion. She has blonde highlights in her hair and her ears are pierced.


If you have any information, please contact the center for missing and Exploited children and reference case number: NCMC1118255



posted on Jun, 1 2009 @ 09:21 PM
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Update!! Neveah Buchanan





Michigan police have named a second person of interest in the disappearance of 5-year-old Neveah Buchanan, and both men are registered sex offenders who are pals with the missing girl's mother.



The latest person of interest is Roy Lee Smith, 48, who was released from prison last year after serving 15 years for multiple criminal sexual misconduct convictions, according to the Michigan Department of Corrections Web site. Other convictions include mulitple counts of larceny.


LINK May 29 2009



posted on Jun, 1 2009 @ 10:37 PM
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off-topic post removed to prevent thread-drift


 



posted on Jun, 2 2009 @ 02:24 PM
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Tangena Hussain



Age 3

Missing since: 10/2/08

The case according to AMW:

Young Girl Allegedly Disappears From Motown Gas Station
On the evening of Thursday, October 2, 2008, cops say 2-year-old Tangena Hussain disappeared under mysterious circumstances.

The child was reported missing by her mother's boyfriend, Jamrul Hussain. Though they share the same last name, the girl and Jamrul are not related.

Jamrul alleges that he stopped at a gas station shortly after 9pm to fuel up, buy some gum and pick up some juice for the small child. When he went into the store at 9:02 p.m., that's when, he says, the girl vanished into thin air, the purported victim of an abduction.

Surveillance video verifies Jamrul's story about what he was doing at the time of the girl's disappearance, but much to the dismay of investigators, there is no video evidence of what happened to little Tangena.

Mere moments later, after leaving the store at 9:06 p.m., Jamrul hurried back in, claiming that Tangena was no longer in the car.

Identify: Tangena has a scar on her upper lip/chin area from a burn.

Last seen: Detroit, MI


If you have any information please contact the AMW hotline and report any tips.



posted on Jun, 2 2009 @ 07:15 PM
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Originally posted by SpartanKingLeonidas

Originally posted by Evisscerator
I wonder what all of these people have in common ?
There has to be a common marker among them.

Were they all vegetarians?
Were they all meat eaters?
Were they all sick with some similar disease?


All of these people, the children, have one thing in common...

...their parents...

Who are the parents?

They are people, who either because of overworking, not being careful enough with their teaching to their children about predators, or quite simply were most likely someone who should never have bred to begin with.



Wow...

As noted on the first page my sister-in-law went missing a few years back, and after reading that statement my blood boiled.

Look, no matter how great of a parent you are there a few factors still out there that you can not control. One is chance. Obviously there is nothing you can do about that. The other. everyone seems to forget when they use the "Blame the Parents" cop out, is that these people have their own minds. They choose their own course of action regardless of what they have been taught.

This happens all the time. From the husband who drives a different route to work and doesn't bother to call his wife , to the teenager who decides to sneak out and go to a party.

We are all guilty of doing something like this in our lifetime, and not even giving a second thought to the consequences... no matter WHO taught us.

Now don't get me wrong, there are bad parents out there, but come on, you really believe that those millions that have gone missing have all had bad parents?


[edit on 2-6-2009 by Xayden]



posted on Jun, 2 2009 @ 08:02 PM
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I don't think it is so easy to just walk off and disappear.(of your own free will)
These days everyone is expected to have a photo ID.
So if you wanted to vanish, how do you take care of that big detail?

When you get a driver's license you have to show your birth certificate.
How do these younger ones manage that?

If you have all these items and simply run off and someone really wants to find you, you can be traced via your social security & or tax record. Assuming that you are working and not being paid under the table.

I did read stats somewhere that showed that most people were found.
(living or dead) and that very few remained truly missing.



posted on Jun, 6 2009 @ 11:41 AM
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Bad news folks:

Neveah Buchanan's Body is found: LINK


The body of Neveah Buchanan, the 5-year-old who went missing almost 14 days ago was found in River Raisin in Southeast Michigan.

According to police reports the body of the 5 year old girl was found by a fisherman, Guy Bickley, who is 51 years of age. Following the discovery of the body, Bickley immediately called up the police authorities of the small town that is about 35 miles from Detroit.



posted on Aug, 13 2009 @ 07:26 PM
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Come on people add your own thoughts, photos and descriptions lets get this thread rolling again!



posted on Aug, 26 2009 @ 02:29 PM
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omg... there are soo many missed people...

thats really sad..


did anybody god founded?
I would hope it..
mostly for the kids

(((

Nia

(good thread op
)



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