posted on Oct, 7 2012 @ 08:59 AM
Originally posted by buster2010
Hopefully the little girl will be found safe and sound. Then after she's returned home somebody needs to put their foot up her parents rear end for
not paying attention to what she was doing.
Indeed... My older kids (8 + 9) have to be in before it's dark. For crying out loud, my mum said the same to me when I was 15!
reply to post by 3Dplus
The only descriptions the Police have to go on are supplied by other kids of the same age, hence the confusion.
Originally posted by SecretFace
The problem is although some parents would like to think that they live in a close community where nothing really happens, the reality is that having
kids out on their own today is a lot more dangerous than it was years ago, where every kid from the age of five upwards would be playing outside
without any fear at all from either themselves and their parents.
It isn't really any more dangerous now than it was 30 years ago, it's just reported more owing to the constant News coverage we have, giving a false
impression of more danger. As it stands now, there are approximately 500 or so "abductions" a year in the UK, 90% of which are "parental
abductions" and the rest largely done by people known to the family. The suspect here is also "known to the family"....
reply to post by Urbanshadow
Sunset in Machynlleth last Monday was 1851hrs. It would have been "dark" gone 7 o'clock.
Originally posted by CX
However i think they are too young not to let something slip. I know my kids at that age couldn't keep a secret to save their lives, it was easily to
coax the truth out of them.
Indeed. My kids are older and are still terrible liars. I doubt they would have been able to hide anything under scrutiny.
Originally posted by CX
Just a thought....,i don't know enough about the sonar scanners that they use in deeper water, you know like the equipment they used to look for
things like Nessie in Loch Ness......are there smaller versions that you could use in a river to do one big quick sweep of the bed?
If April was in the river at all, surely this could aid the search crews no end?
As far as I understand it, they are using such equipment with the inshore lifeboats, as well as IR on the Helo and sniffer dogs. The local force has
called in expertise from across the UK so they are using every resource they can get their hands on.
Originally posted by Flavian
I hope he is guilty, otherwise how do you ever get over this sort of accusation? And if he is guilty, do the honourable thing and say where she is
Remember the guy in Bristol who was arrested for that woman's murder and the papers vilified him? He got rough treatment after that and he didn't do
it, it was some Polish chap. I think in the end he got a nice, tidy settlement out of the papers for slinging mud at him.
Originally posted by Urbanshadow
I've been the same, got up 3x last night as poor mite has been playing on my mind something terrible. I suppose he thinks he is being clever, they
cant actually charge him with murder without evidence or a body, and if he keeps quiet maybe he thinks he'll go free when the holding time is up.
habeas corpus no longer need apply, as long as the Police can prove beyond reasonable doubt the person was murdered, ie; with forensics...
Originally posted by Unity_99
Most child disappearances, murders are Elite oriented. She may be alive still, though the elite are rituatlists and also run white slave and pedifile
markets for the wealthy psycho's.
No, they're not. Lets try to keep your NWO mumbo jumbo out of a very serious thread. Most child murders (90+%) are actually done by family or
friends, usually parents.