That's what I assumed too and I'm sure all of the major and local news markets carried the story or at least knew about Caylee's disappearance in the beginning.
Originally Posted by Capri
But now that time has lapsed, it's no longer front page news everywhere and a lot of people don't even recall or know anything about it.
If people keep sending the flyers or whatever to the media outlets at least someone will see them and maybe even write about her in the papers or show something about her on the news and get the local word out.
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