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Friday, August 29, 2008

What if?

What if EVERY missing CHILD and EVERY missing PERSON had THIS kind of MEDIA EXPOSURE?

Video: Searchers Prepare
Video: Thursday's News Briefing
Video: Padilla Starts Process To Revoke Bond
Video: Tests Reveal Body Decomposition
Video: Pages Of Evidence Released
Video: Casey Bonds Out Of Jail

Slideshow: Casey Anthony
Slideshow: Caylee Anthony
Slideshow: Case Timeline
Slideshow: Florida's Missing Children

Forum: Share Thoughts About Case

Listen: 1st 911 Call: Part 1
Listen: 1st 911 Call: Part 2
Listen: 2nd 911 Call
Listen: 3rd 911 Call
Listen: Casey, Lee Talk
Listen: Casey, Lee Talk
Listen: Casey, Lee Talk

Download: Home Search Warrant
Download: Charging Documents
Download: Motion To Block Calls From Media
Download: Casey Anthony Visitor Log
Download: New Court Order
Download: Arrest Report

More: Who Is Casey Anthony?
More: Who Is Jose Baez?
More: What Is The Body Farm?
Link: MySpace Page For Caylee
Link: Crimeline

Previous Stories:
August 21, 2008: Casey Anthony Released From Jail
August 18, 2008: Bounty Hunter Believes Anthony Will Talk If Free
August 17, 2008: Bounty Hunter To Bail Casey Anthony Out Of Jail
August 5, 2008: Officials Confirm They Have Caylee's DNA
July 30, 2008: Court Denies Request To Lower Casey Anthony's Bond
July 30, 2008: Anthonys, Baez Await Ruling Regarding Bond
July 29, 2008: Motion Denied To Block Anthony's Phone Calls
July 28, 2008: Casey Anthony May Speak To FBI
July 26, 2008: Casey From Jail: 'I Wouldn't Let Anything Happen To My Daughter'
July 23, 2008: Parents Work To Get Casey Anthony Out Of Jail
July 22, 2008: Judge Sets $500K Bond For Casey Anthony
July 21, 2008: Mother Offers Insight Into Casey Anthony
July 21, 2008: Dozens Attend Weekend Vigil For Caylee
July 19, 2008: Grandparents Say Caylee Is Alive
July 18, 2008: Neighborhood In Turmoil As Search Continues
July 18, 2008: Missing Boy's Father Assists In Toddler Search
July 17, 2008: Missing Child Investigation Turns To Mother's Home
source: WESH.com news

I'm not saying that people shouldn't have made efforts to search for this beautiful little girl, Caylee. In fact, It's amazing how many people jumped in there with offers of prayer, help, and donations, when news of Caylee's disappearance first surfaced.
What I'm asking is why all missing children and persons aren't given the same attention, regardless of age, gender, race, or monetary/social backgrounds?
My prayers for the family members who did this beautiful angel Caylee no harm, and all the sudden finds that their entire world has been ripped apart.

I think my sentiments are best summed by a bulletin I saw on Myspace:

----------------- Bulletin Message -----------------
From: For The Missing - Pacific Northwest
Date: Aug 28, 2008 7:19 PM

To those posting bulletins for Caylee Anthony:

First of all I want to say thank you! All of us find that one special case that grabs us and draws us in to help, and I'm sure Caylee's family and all of those looking for her are extremely grateful for any help

Now that the news is coming out that little Caylee may not be with us anymore, please don't let that discourage you, Please don't let Caylee's case be the only one for you

What better way to help more than to re-focus your energy to help other missing kids...in honor and memory of Caylee, Maybe pick a missing child from your area and make them your new focus, See if they have a MySpace page set up for them and add it to your top friends, Let your experience with posting for Caylee have a positive carryover for other missing people

After all, ALL MISSING PERSONS DESERVE TO BE FOUND, not just the ones in the spotlight

If you want to do this and aren't sure how to find a missing person close to your area, send me a message and I'll be happy to help you find one, And once again, thank you to all who have been helping, posting, etc

FOR THE MISSING: Pacific Northwest
*In honor of Dylan, Shasta, and Slade Groene*

1 comment:

Maggie's Rose said...


thank you, bea