3 Boys Missing In The News - They Aren't White, Blond, Or Women Who Are Pregnant

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    From CNN

    Search continues for 3 boys in New Jersey

    Friday, June 24, 2005; Posted: 8:07 a.m. EDT (12:07 GMT)

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    CAMDEN, New Jersey (AP) -- As word of three missing boys spread, residents of the nation's most dangerous city could not stay away.

    Dozens of people gathered on street corners Thursday night after more than a day of fruitless searching for Jesstin Pagano, 5; Daniel Agosto, 6; and Anibal Cruz, 11.

    "This is over 24 hours now. It's getting scary," said Mario Rivera, an uncle of Cruz. The children were last seen playing in a yard at 5 p.m. Wednesday.

    The search resumed Friday morning.

    Elba Cruz, Anibal's mother, said she was watching the boys play in the yard of her home Wednesday evening when she went inside for a few minutes. When she returned, the boys were gone.

    A police dog tracked a scent taken from clothing belonging to one of the boys to an overgrown wooded area along the Delaware River, a half-dozen blocks from the Cruz home, Camden Police Lt. Mike Lynch said. The dog led police along a meandering path that eventually led to the river, but there was no sign of the children.

    Lynch said late Thursday that officials considered the boys missing, but had not ruled out the possibility they had been abducted. During a news conference, he asked for residents to "be good eyes and ears."

    "When you're talking about tender age children like that, it strikes a chord with anybody," he said.

    Last fall, Camden was ranked the most dangerous city in the United States in a reference book that compares crime statistics.

    Their pictures are on the website. Guess what? They aren't pretty white women, pregnant, blond or from well-to-do families.

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    Then how can they be in the News? Isn't it the theory that only white blonde pretty girls will ever be reported if they go missing?
     
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    I do believe that is the opinion of some of our members.

    Don't you just hate it when there is concrete, written proof of their mistakes.

    Oh wait....but that means they still have to admit they were wrong.

    Never mind.
     
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    I just heard on Fox news they found all 3 of those boy's dead in one of the parent's trunks! What the hell is wrong with people! I am real curious to found out the rest of this story.
     
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    It appeared to the cops that they climbed into the trunk while playing and the car had no release catch inside the trunk. They are looking into why the cops that searched the car in the beginning didn't open the trunk. Maybe they did and the kids got in after the search. We had a kid here that stayed away from our flashlights all evening while we searched, he was found two days later only 13 miles down the road, he had been sleeping under the stars and avoiding us. (BTW he was white, and from an affluent family and the incident was not reported on even the local news). It may be the kids were doing much the same thing and climbed in after the car had been correctly searched, or it could be the cops made a horrible mistake and will likely be sued...
     

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