Friday, September 18, 2009

On to Brazil...
A Dads fight to find his daughter
~Emily Machado~

Click on Emily's Picture for NCMEC Poster Info


FINALLY, Emily has been added to NCMEC.
Missing: Mar 27, 2008
Missing From: BERWYN, IL.

Emily
may be in the company of her non-custodial mother. They may still be in the local area or they may travel out of state. Emily is Biracial. She is Hispanic and White. Emily's ears are pierced. Her nickname is Emma.

ANYONE HAVING INFORMATION SHOULD CONTACT
National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
1-800-843-5678 (1-800-THE-LOST)
Berwyn Police Department (Illinois)
1-708-795-5600

NCMEC Printable Poster

I have talked with Michael a few times. I KNOW he has been going through a rough time, fighting to get Emily entered into NCMEC. This Dad has hit too many brick walls for the last 6 months, and could use your support. So, even if you don't know of Emily's whereabouts, please stop by his Myspace profile, or Emily Machado Missing on Facebook, and show your support.

You can find more information about Emily onFind Emily Machado

I also posted
"What if the police and NCMEC took 6 months to report YOUR child missing?"
on Current, trying to get Emily's information out there.

The above information about Emily was originally posted on October 1, 2008.
A year & 1/2 later, Emily is still missing!

Reporting
Dana Kozlov

It began as a one-man crusade to get his kidnapped daughter back.
CBS 2's Dana Kozlov reports the crusade is about to go global.
Former Berwyn resident Michael Sanchez is ready to fly to South America to find his daughter Emily himself.

He knows she's there and has been since she was kidnapped by her mother more than a year ago. He hasn't seen or talked to her since.

You may be surprised to learn that Sanchez isn't even remotely alone.
Man To Search For Missing Daughter In Brazil


"You may be surprised to learn that Sanchez isn't even remotely alone"
This statement continues to bounce around in my head. I am hardly surprised. Parental abduction is something I post about quite frequently. Just look at some of the links and clicky pics on my sidebar!
A simple google search on parental abudctions will reveal many left-behind-parents, reaching out for help...
through online groups, forums, and blogs, across the globe!

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