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    I'm trying really hard to put myself in these people's shoes, in the unlikely event what Ross says is true....

    If this WAS what happened; They would know that I myself saw the child unharmed that morning because I would be shouting it from the rooftops and no one would shut me up. And like it or not, with all of the "Hasanni WOULD NOT wander off" from my significant other, I would HAVE to consider him suspect myself because HE was the one responsible for that child's welfare at that time he vanished. Blame, I'm sorry, I'm one to place it if it's warranted. Interrogation by LE? Sheesh, I'd be beating him in the head to get answers if my man told all of these conflicting stories(unless I was involved or I was brain dead).
    I don't believe this child was abducted unless he was abducted by someone they knew who knew their routine, was following Ross on August 10th, or was waiting for him to do exactly what he says he did, leaving Hasanni by the car. Talk about a slim window of opportunity, wow.
    The flip side is that she participated in 'making the child go away' on some level. If she did, then that means she went to work that day and played her routine down to the letter just like she normally did. If so....these people have ice water running through their veins IMO.


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    Dumb freakin question. Are we sure that he is the owner of the Beemer? Is it his, is it leased, is it owned by someone else in the family?
    The only reason I ask is that at a particularly bad place in my fiancee's life, he drove a brand new malibu bought for him by his grandmother. For the record, he also lived in it.

    So the car isn't striking me odd and I am not even taking it as a sign of their overall financial position until I know for a fact that they own it and whether or not they are still paying it off.
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    I realize that LE said we shouldn't read anything into 6 homicide investigators (one of whom is assigned full time) being called in on this 'missing child' case, but I can't help it. It just sounds very ominous to me.
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    http://abcnews.go.com/US/wireStory?id=8322943

    Foster father pleads for safe return of missing California boy with cerebral palsy

    As many as 70 officers from several law enforcement agencies, including the FBI, have joined the search for Hasanni. They scoured parts of Oakland and searched numerous areas, including nearby parkland and his foster parents' home in Fremont.


    "It has been nonstop," Oakland police Sgt. Ray Backman said. "Given that it's a 5-year-old boy, time is a critical factor for us."

    The boy is still considered a missing person, not a kidnap victim, Backman said. Investigators were working with no significant clues and a limited amount of tips, he said.
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    Quote Originally Posted by not_my_kids View Post
    Dumb freakin question. Are we sure that he is the owner of the Beemer? Is it his, is it leased, is it owned by someone else in the family?
    The only reason I ask is that at a particularly bad place in my fiancee's life, he drove a brand new malibu bought for him by his grandmother. For the record, he also lived in it.

    So the car isn't striking me odd and I am not even taking it as a sign of their overall financial position until I know for a fact that they own it and whether or not they are still paying it off.

    Not a dumb question at all NMK, I agree 100%. For me it's not so much what make the car is. What upsets me is that he was using the car and left Jennifer A) to work while managing two small children an six months pregnant, and B) to drag two small children around on public transportation with a big ole baby bump, and C) that A and B seem inconsiderate and self serving. Why couldn't he take the bus from Shuz to his class and then have Jen pick HIM up?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Paintr View Post
    I realize that LE said we shouldn't read anything into 6 homicide investigatores (one of whom is assigned full time) being called in on this 'missing child' case, but I can't help it. It just sounds very ominous to me.
    Actually NOT a dumb question. Could also be a company car, except that "consultant" kind of connotes "self-employed".


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    http://www.mercurynews.com/topstories/ci_13052778

    An Oakland homicide investigator has been assigned to the case full-time, according to Oakland Police Sgt. Ray Backman.

    "It's not unusual in such cases," Backman said. "We're not discounting any possibilities."
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    http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/...o83PgD9A27VI80

    Dropping the kids with Campbell is a family routine, Ross said. When he opened the rear passenger door for Hasanni, he said, the boy was unbuckling his seat belt.

    "I said, 'Hasanni, go wait by the back door,' and he had already taken a first step out of the car," Ross said.

    Ross said he grabbed Hasanni's sister and went to the front of the store and told Campbell to open the back door. He then went back to the parking lot.

    "When I got to back there (Campbell) was already there. She says to me, 'Where's Hasanni?'" Ross said. "I said, 'What do you mean?' I look to see if he's standing along by the car, but he's not."
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    This article also states again that Ross refuses to discuss the results of the LD test. If you passed, why not say so?
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    Quote Originally Posted by WhyaDuck? View Post
    Actually NOT a dumb question. Could also be a company car, except that "consultant" kind of connotes "self-employed".
    http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/...o83PgD9A27VI80

    Ross said he was heading for an orientation at Stanford University Medical Center in Palo Alto and then to his twice-weekly medical assistant class in Fremont.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WhyaDuck? View Post
    So, maybe she wasn't done work, afterall. I assumed she was done work at 4-ish and was going to take the kids home while the dad went to class...

    I bring my baby to work with me when I can, but I'm not in customer service, and I mostly do my work at home anyway (just take him to my office hours for students and to meetings). Who would risk having to watch two (possibly soon three) children while trying to serve in a store, unless they owned the place and had employees there? Must not be a very busy store.
    I'm in the same situation as you and do feel very fortunate. I don't, however, believe it was routine for JC to have her kids at work. I'm sure her boss would've been aware of this and not surprised, as he said. It also seems hinky hinky to me that LR would leave his 6 month pregnant wife with a baby and a handicapped child at her work to then have to make a not very easy trip home on public transportation. Doesn't stick, imo.

    I wonder if any of the employees around the shoe store reported the two of them looking for Hassani? If he had disappeared, I would think the first thing they would do would go shop to shop looking and asking questions. Did any shoppers report two frantic parents calling his name?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paintr View Post
    This article also states again that Ross refuses to discuss the results of the LD test. If you passed, why not say so?
    They might not have told him if he passed or not, or it might have been inconclusive and his lawyer told him not to talk about it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Shutterfly View Post
    Not a dumb question at all NMK, I agree 100%. For me it's not so much what make the car is. What upsets me is that he was using the car and left Jennifer A) to work while managing two small children an six months pregnant, and B) to drag two small children around on public transportation with a big ole baby bump, and C) that A and B seem inconsiderate and self serving. Why couldn't he take the bus from Shuz to his class and then have Jen pick HIM up?
    Oh, now there I agree. The use of the car is still hinky to me. And I think that if there isn't a very good reason for her to hauling herself all over town on the bus, then this might be a sign of foster dad's personality...all about him. And if that is the case, then I worry that Hassani might have taken some me time from good old dad and the rest is history.
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    Meanwhile, Oakland attorney John Burris said that he was contacted earlier this week by Ross and Jennifer Campbell, Hassani's foster mother, because they were concerned about being questioned by police about the boy's disappearance . . . . . The family "was surprised police tried to interrogate them, and I wanted to advise them that that is logical and they should not be dismayed by it," Burris said.

    So they're pouting because LE is asking questions about their missing child? They were the last ones to see him and they are surprised LE would ask questions? Sounds ridiculous to me. If my child were missing, I don't care how many questions LE had of me, I'd answer them all as quickly and honestly as possible, not call a lawyer.
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    What happened to the Mark Klaas' of the world?

    What happened to the parent's begging LE to test them so that they can get on with the business of finding their child? If one of my kids were ever to go missing, or even a child that I cared about, I would be the first one in line telling them that I don't want one extra minute of time wasted on investigating me and my background when they could be out focusing on finding the person that took my child. Period.

    Was the instinct to put our kids ahead of ourselves just bred out of humanity at some point? Are we the minority now?
    JMO. Unless there's a link, I can't prove it.


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