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May 30, 2012 4:47pm
Short article at link
that completely jives with the point I was trying to make regarding the parroting of the parent.
I think Allison needs to lay off the yellow #5 -
maybe get honest with the dialogue of that fateful morning
because the bottom line is
even if Lizzie pushed her in herself
[which seems like taboo to even say but altogether quite possible ]
it was the parents role to parent the child...
worse even still
if it is one of the alternative scenarios
that may have occurred -
putting full responsibility and ultimate fate of a toddler
in the hands of a 4 year old.
Still looking for more info on this one. Not having any luck though
Thanks for looking...it's like I posted earlier, the atmosphere seems to be "oh well, she's gone - that's the end of that."
Proud WS N-LIB
"Sources now tell FOX that relatives will be holding a news conference to put the abduction theory to rest. There is no word on when that will be."
Posted: Jun 27, 2012 7:17 AM EDT Updated: Jun 27, 2012 7:17 AM EDT
short article at link
Last edited by summer_breeze; 06-30-2012 at 07:36 AM.
June 28, 2012
By Joann Mackenzie
So this year, David and his brother Anthony, Caleigh's devastated father, will be manning a booth at fiesta and reminding parents not to let their kids go off on their own, not to let them out of their sight, and not to think for a minute that the unthinkable can't happen to you — because it can, in a minute.
"FOX 25's Tyisha Fernandes asked Allison Hammond if Lizzie has been asking where her sister is.
"No, because she knows nobody knows, and I know she's confused about it because she was the last one to see her. She says, I didn't see anything, I didn't hear anything, it's just hard on her," says Hammond. "
I can remember when my daughter was 4-she never would have stopped asking if she didn't know.
Evil don't look like anything...
From the article:
"She says, I didn't see anything, I didn't hear anything."
It does say that she continues to talk about her sister. I wonder if she still talks about the mysterious man smoking a cigarette.
And he sister was the one who brought up he man smoking, did she see anything or not...
Evil don't look like anything...
Posted: Jul 16, 2012 6:48 AM EDT
Updated: Jul 16, 2012 6:51 AM EDT
Short article and video at link
Poor baby...everything about this story is just so tragic.
Last edited by Mipato; 07-17-2012 at 12:41 AM. Reason: Adding a link
By Steven A. Rosenberg | GLOBE STAFF JULY 17, 2012
GLOUCESTER — A group of *retired law enforcement officials who assist families in missing children *cases concluded Monday that *Caleigh Harrison, the 2-year-old girl who disappeared on a Rockport beach on April 19, was swept out to sea and drowned.
I too would be concerned - for 4-year-old Lizzie. I guess it was a bit of a shock to read that nowadays Allison goes to the beach, taking Lizzie along.“This tragedy could have been prevented,” Maureen Flatley added in a brief, post-conference interview. “You can’t prevent disease, you can’t prevent terrorism, but you can prevent a loss like this.”
Flatley said she did not know why Allison Hammond was not present at yesterday’s conference, but it was her understanding that the mother was spending her days at the beach with Lizzie.
She said that’s a situation that is a cause for concern for the Harrison family -- particularly Caleigh’s grandmother Antonette, whose inconsolable grief visibly moved the media professionals assembled at Monday’s press conference.
Even more troubling was that Allison snubbed the press conference, opting instead for the ocean, the beach with Lizzie.
I am so sorry Caleigh.
If you did get swept out to sea... you had to drown... it bothers ME to think of how that happened.
We went to the beach about a month ago and I thought about YOU frequently... and was bothered.
Maybe people go to the beach to feel closer to you... much like people go to someone's grave?
Maybe... I hope so anyway.
I just hope that you are found... because the thought of your body out there is also tough for me to accept.
Maybe mom & sis are going to the beach to "talk" to Caleigh, to feel close to her again....
Grief sometimes manifests itself in odd ways to those outside of a situation.
And please make no mistake - I am not excusing mom's responsibility to keep an eye on Caleigh - but that will be something she will undoubtedly struggle with for the rest of her life.
I hope the investigation hasn't stopped just because they came up with "swept out to sea"
That is simply insane.
My son is 7, swims, but on the beach we watch him like a hawk. if he is in the water, we are within 10 feet. When he was 2, he wore a life jacket every time we were near the water and generally we held his hand if we were wading in the water. More vigilance if there were waves.
Its much more likely my kid will die of drowning than get kidnapped by a stranger.
Its much more likely that a 2 year old left in the care of a 4 year old on a beach drowned, than she was given away or killed by an adult.
-Beth In Alaska
It makes me sad to not hear any news about Caleigh for so long. I hope they (LE) haven't given up hope and are still following any leads in case it was an abduction, which I think we all believe didn't happen, but...