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    NC - Zahra Clare Baker, 10, Hickory, 9 Oct 2010 - #11

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    If you have any information regarding this abduction, call the Hickory Police Department immediately at (828) 328-5551, (828) 328-5551 or call 911 or *HP.

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    Here are some links to a photo of a search dog, not sure what kind of dog it is. Many other photos also.

    http://s296.photobucket.com/albums/m...current=15.jpg

    http://s296.photobucket.com/albums/m...ebrismound.jpg

    http://s296.photobucket.com/albums/m...ker%20%20-NC-/
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    The first photo is a coonhound.
    The second one it's hard to say because the photo isn't very clear but it appears to be a lab. The vest COULD indicate either cadaver or SAR. However, I'd need to see them closer to guess (and note it would be a guess ... because some dogs just don't fit the standard and as such might be handled differently.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bellyup View Post
    The first photo is a bloodhound.
    The second one it's hard to say because the photo isn't very clear but it appears to be a lab. The vest COULD indicate either cadaver or SAR. However, I'd need to see them closer to guess (and note it would be a guess ... because some dogs just don't fit the standard and as such might be handled differently.
    Watched this on the news...the first dog is definitely a rottweiler.


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    Quote Originally Posted by distracted 1976 View Post
    Watched this on the news...the first dog is definitely a rottweiler.
    It would be strange for a rottweiler to be involved in cadaver search. Not completely unheard of, but I didn't see the video. Looks more like a coonhound or bloodhound to me.


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    Quote Originally Posted by bellyup View Post
    It would be strange for a rottweiler to be involved in cadaver search. Not completely unheard of, but I didn't see the video. Looks more like a coonhound or bloodhound to me.
    I'm going to have to disagree again.


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    Quote Originally Posted by bellyup View Post
    It would be strange for a rottweiler to be involved in cadaver search. Not completely unheard of, but I didn't see the video. Looks more like a coonhound or bloodhound to me.
    100% sure the dog had some rottweiler in it, bet my golden retriever on it! In other pics you can clearly see the black/brown markings and the stump tail, my family used to have them.
    There were other breeds out there as well....but a rotty or rotty mix was definitely one of them!

    Couple other pics
    http://s296.photobucket.com/albums/m...rrent=14-3.jpg

    http://s296.photobucket.com/albums/m...kepond2.jpg%26


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    Here are some links to a photo of a search dog, not sure what kind of dog it is. Many other photos also.

    http://s296.photobucket.com/albums/m...current=15.jpg

    http://s296.photobucket.com/albums/m...ebrismound.jpg

    http://s296.photobucket.com/albums/m...ker%20%20-NC-/
    on my local news, they had video of the searchers and the dog...i think its a doberman(or some breed like it...black/tan and slim)

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    Quote Originally Posted by mama2echo View Post
    on my local news, they had video of the searchers and the dog...i think its a doberman(or some breed like it...black/tan and slim)
    like this dog ???

    http://www.dog-breeds.net/Black_and_Tan_Coonhound.htm


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    kinda!! ...but it didnt seem to have that long of ears? but it was jumpin thru brambles so it might of been hard to see? ...im trying to see if the video is online(cause it was just a sniplet video)

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    I just wanted to point out that AB did not call Zahra "the girl " as was posted several posts back ......

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn...101503975.html
    "I want to find her and take her home," Adam Baker told The Associated Press by phone, adding that he will return Zahra Clare Baker to the family's native Australia if she wants to go.


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    Quote Originally Posted by bellyup View Post
    I just wanted to point out that AB did not call Zahra "the girl " as was posted several posts back ......

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn...101503975.html
    "I want to find her and take her home," Adam Baker told The Associated Press by phone, adding that he will return Zahra Clare Baker to the family's native Australia if she wants to go.
    Thanks I had just noticed that it wasn't a quote from AB but rather the reporter saying it but the thread closed..

    I'm also having a bit of a problem with "the glove" that was only reported by one media outlet correct?

    I do think we need to be very careful thinking anything in the media is "hard fact" there really has been a lot of inaccurate reporting already in this case. (not to mention the ton of unsubstantiated rumors)
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    "I want to find her and take her home," Adam Baker told The Associated Press by phone, adding that he will return Zahra Clare Baker to the family's native Australia if she wants to go.

    Baker said Friday he not spoken with his wife, 42-year-old Elisa Baker, and remains unsure if she had anything to do with his daughter's disappearance.

    "Maybe," Baker told AP. "I'm still trying to figure it all out."

    http://www.dailyrecord.com/article/2...s-cooperating-
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    I was reading what some of you where saying in the last thread about her father possibly being abused and stuck here in the states.

    My feelings are that he was working a job. He was the one making money. He claims he worked so much that he hardly saw his daughter. He could have taken Z and moved into another apartment far away from the abuser. There should be no problem supporting just himself and his daughter. I do not believe he was stuck with EB.

    He committed crimes as well but because he was cooperating police have not arrested him. He reportedly ran a woman and child off the road too. And he made the horrific choice to pull Z away from her health care and family so he could be with some woman.

    The father is a selfish man who did not consider his daughter in his choices nor did he do a darn thing to protect his daughter from that beast. I want his behind planted in a jail cell right along with her. He was a grown man who had a duty to care for his child and he failed in the worst way possible.



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    Those being abused don't leave for many reasons. For one, they may genuinely love the abuser. The abuser isn't abusive all the time, and when they aren't, they can be very captivating and charming. They also can frighten the person being abused into not leaving, by threatening them with all sorts of hell.
    I don't know what was going on with dad. I am not sure, I'm no expert, but I have worked with those who were severely abused by spouses... including men.

    I'm also going to say something that I hope won't offend anyone here, but I have had a few Australian male clients of the working class. Many are meat and potatoes and beer guys who may love their kids, but work alot, go to the pub, spend an occasional weekend with the wife and kids, and live in a 'man's world'. I don't know if that was the case here, but it sure sounds as though he was distanced from the child. He may have figured he was married to this ' Sheila', it was up to her to take care the child.

    Also, men escape abuse many times by working extra hours, and absenting them as much as they can for 'legit' reasons, such as work. He probably also didn't 'see' too much into the relationship between his wife and daughter.




    [QUOTE=MandyLeigh;5691092]I was reading what some of you where saying in the last thread about her father possibly being abused and stuck here in the states.

    My feelings are that he was working a job. He was the one making money. He claims he worked so much that he hardly saw his daughter. He could have taken Z and moved into another apartment far away from the abuser. There should be no problem supporting just himself and his daughter. I do not believe he was stuck with EB.


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