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    WA - Julia Potter, 7, Seattle, 6 Nov 2014

    Seattle police asking for publicís help in finding 7-year-old Julia Potter, who disappeared with her dad

    A 7-year-old girl caught in the middle of a bitter custody battle between her parents has disappeared with her father.

    Seattle police are asking for the publicís help in finding Julia and Jason Potter. Julia hasnít been seen since November 6th, 2014.

    Her mother, Ralitsa Potter, keeps a diary filled with daily messages for her daughter.

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    Court documents show Jason told his attorney he was going ďoff the grid.Ē

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    Detectives say Jason Potter has friends in Tacoma, Bellingham and family in Seattle and Olympia. They are quick to say this is not about catching a dangerous fugitive, itís about making sure a 7-year-old girl is safe.

    ďWeíre not talking a about a guy thatís necessarily a bad guy. Weíre talking about a dad thatís made a bad decision,Ē said retired detective Myrle Carner with Crime Stoppers of Puget Sound, which is offering a cash reward of up to $1,000 for information on their whereabouts.

    More: http://q13fox.com/2015/03/04/seattle...-with-her-dad/

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    NCMEC - http://www.missingkids.com/poster/NCMC/1240281/1

    Both photos shown are of Julia. She was last seen on November 6, 2014. Julia may be in the company of her father, Jason Potter. She may use the date of birth 12/08/2007.



    WSP - http://www.wsp.wa.gov/crime/mischild.php

    Missing persons report - https://mp.waspc.org/index.php?wac=14M0018437

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    Julia's still missing, according to NCMEC and the FB page.

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    Still missing What heartbreak for her mother. I can never understand parents doing this to their own children. I imagine she is safe but it's hurting her not seeing her mother, surely.
    "Later that night I held an atlas in my lap, ran my fingers across the whole world and whispered, where does it hurt?
    It answered... everywhere everywhere everywhere"

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    Quote Originally Posted by kpetrova_x View Post
    Still missing What heartbreak for her mother. I can never understand parents doing this to their own children. I imagine she is safe but it's hurting her not seeing her mother, surely.
    She may be safe, but there have been many cases of fathers in custody battles killing their own children, so we cannot be certain that she is safe.



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