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    LA - Tahereh Ghassemi, 54, Baton Rouge, 11 April 2015 *Arrests*

    Tahereh Ghassemi

    Sheriff’s deputies searching for missing woman whose torched car was found in north Baton Rouge
    East Baton Rouge Sheriff's Detectives are looking for any information about a missing Baton Rouge woman.

    54-year-old Tahereh Ghassemi was reported missing Monday by her son. He told detectives that she was last heard from at 8 p.m. Saturday, April 11th. Ghassemi is a Middle-Eastern woman, 5'1" and 114 lbs.

    Ghassemi's vehicle was also missing. The 2004 blue, 4-door Jaguar was later found on April 14th.

    According to reports, BRPD responded to a burned vehicle at 9600 Chalma Ave. on Sunday at 2:30 a.m. The car was later identified as Ghassmi's vehicle. It had been intentionally set on fire and destroyed.
    http://www.wafb.com/story/28803476/e...on-rouge-woman
    http://theadvocate.com/news/12110094...ng-for-missing
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    It looks like her name is spelled Tahereh Ghassemi. I don't know if it is spelled both ways. A search with the h on the end shows a recent divorce from a marriage in Iran. I can't tell if the divorce is on going. It says something about the husband being in sick and in Columbia.

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    If this divorce was still going on this worries me even more for her. They found her car burnt out.
    https://www.courtlistener.com/opinio...mi-v-ghassemi/

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    Ugh . I don't like the sound of this.

    (The legal arguments concerning the marriage/divorce are fascinating, & unfortunately, the divorce may well be relevant to her disappearance ).
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    the fact that they found her car burned out is IMO a very very bad sign. Who knows what happened but if she is in the middle of a divorce or just got a divorce nine times out of ten its not just going to be a coincidence.

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    This wasn't a normal divorce either. It just ended 2 months ago. Here is a more current article.
    http://theadvocate.com/news/12119076...man-pleads-for

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    Quote Originally Posted by Le Singe View Post
    the fact that they found her car burned out is IMO a very very bad sign. Who knows what happened but if she is in the middle of a divorce or just got a divorce nine times out of ten its not just going to be a coincidence.
    The son was on news today asking for her safe return.he was very emotional.. sad story.

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    turns out i have facebook friend (who i barely know IRL) who is close friends with the son, this is all really sad. As more details emerge I'am almost sure the ex didn't want to pay up so he had this done. I can't believe he did it so soon after I think he must have had ALOT of anger about the whole ordeal. The case history in the court records for the divorce someone linked above make him seem like a real slime ball.

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    Deputies search for missing Baton Rouge woman after vehicle found burned
    The East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff's Office is looking for a missing Baton Rouge woman.

    Taherah Ghassemi, 54, was reported missing by her son on Monday. He told detectives he last heard from her Saturday around 8 p.m. She is 5'1" tall and weighs 114 pounds.

    Hamed Ghassemi said he last saw his mother as he left for work Saturday. When she did not return from her job as usual Sunday evening, he knew something was wrong. He called her workplace and was told she never showed up. He filed a missing person's report with the sheriff's office Monday.

    What Hamed Ghassemi didn't know at that time was that his mother's car had been discovered by early Sunday morning on Chalma Avenue near Choctaw Drive by officers with the Baton Rouge Police Department. The 2004 blue Jaguar was empty and had been set on fire.

    Questions are swirling about what happened over the weekend, but investigators are staying quiet for now.
    Read more: http://www.cbs3springfield.com/story...#ixzz3XV4H1Cb9
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    Missing woman awarded $1 million in recent divorce settlement
    Just weeks before Taherah Ghassemi disappeared from Baton Rouge, she received more than $1 million in a divorce settlement, vastly increasing the Wal-Mart employee’s wealth practically overnight.

    Ghassemi, a 54-year-old Iranian-born U.S. citizen who was reported missing after her car was found torched early Sunday morning in north Baton Rouge, spent the past decade involved in a bitter marital dispute with her former husband.

    When the case finally settled in February, she was awarded $1 million with payment due almost immediately, another $115,000 to be divided among a dozen payments and two houses — one in Baton Rouge and one in Lafayette, according to settlement documents filed in the 19th Judicial District Court.
    Read more right over here→http://theadvocate.com/news/12127303...rded-1-million
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    Attempts to reach Hamid Ghassemi, Hamed Ghassemi’s father and Taherah Ghassemi’s ex-husband, were unsuccessful on Wednesday and Thursday. Messages left for him at his two Baton Rouge car dealerships, Import One and Import One Elite, both on Airline Highway, were not returned. A message left with his attorney also was not returned.

    Hamed Ghassemi said he is not close with his father; however, he said the two spoke earlier this week. Hamid Ghassemi offered to help in any way he could to aid in the search of his ex-wife, Hamed Ghassemi said, and offered prayers for her as well.

    Hamed Ghassemi, 37, said his mother’s friends — some of whom she worked with at a Wal-Mart in Denham Springs — have shown overwhelming support for his mother since she disappeared.

    http://theadvocate.com/news/12127303...rded-1-million

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    one million reasons....

    I was hoping this lady had been located by now
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    This doesn't look good. Ex-husband looks mighty suspicious.
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    Sheriff searching for vehicle of interest in missing woman case

    Vehicle of interest in case of missing Baton Rouge woman Tahereh Ghassemi (Source: EBRSO)
    East Baton Rouge Sheriff's Detectives are looking for information pertaining to a vehicle of interest in the disappearance of Tahereh Ghassemi. The vehicle of interest is possibly a GM product, maybe a Tahoe, according to Casey Rayborn-Hicks with the East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff's Office.
    http://www.wafb.com/story/28850664/s...ing-woman-case
    Before you criticize someone, you should walk a mile in their shoes. That way, when you criticize them, you're a mile away and you have their shoes.

    "When from a long distant past nothing persists, after the people are dead, after things are broken and scattered, still alone, more persistent, more faithful, the smell and taste of things remain poised a long, long time like souls, ready to remind us, waiting, hoping for their moment amid the ruins of all the rest, and bear unfaltering in the tiny and almost impalpable drop of their essence the vast structure of recollection."

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    agreed. asked the son how long it would be before he was named as a suspect and he said he wouldn't be. if i was a betting woman, id wage it all

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