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    According to this video interview with Ross and Campbell yesterday, social services has told them that even if Hassani is found, THEY WILL NOT GET EITHER OF THE CHILDREN BACK!!!

    http://cbs5.com/video/?cid=129

    the video is in the video library and is labeled August 17th 2009 at 5:34 pm.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Paulette View Post
    Did you watch the interview of Shemika by news reporters? I doubt she could have carried it off. I read somewhere that she also suffers from CP.
    Oh, I agree it's not likely, but I just meant there might be a way someone found out their exact location--thinking out loud I guess! If mom is still in touch with biodad--that type of thing. Wondering if both kids are from same father or not.

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    http://www.mercurynews.com/crime/ci_...nclick_check=1

    Police have received just 50 tips about possible sightings of 5-year-old Hasanni Campbell in the week since he was reported missing.

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    None of the tips or the searches of Oakland neighborhoods, the parklands of Coyote Hills near Fremont and the marshland area along the Hayward shoreline have turned up anything, police said.

    There also is a lack of community support in the search for the missing boy with cerebral palsy. There were just a handful of people at a vigil this afternoon.



    This comment ...only 50 tips...really bothered me. Aren't there usually hundreds of tips in a missing child case. Why so few in this instance?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shutterfly View Post
    According to this video interview with Ross and Campbell yesterday, social services has told them that even if Hassani is found, THEY WILL NOT GET EITHER OF THE CHILDREN BACK!!!

    http://cbs5.com/video/?cid=129

    the video is in the video library and is labeled August 17th 2009 at 5:34 pm.
    If Ross thinks the public doesn't like him now, wait until they see this video!! He is outrageous! His escalating temper and demands of the public are that of an out of control adolescent. Can you only imagine what it would be like for a child (5yo & 18mo) to be around this bully? I hope someone keeps an eye on him and that he doesn't own a gun. YIKES!!!

    watched the 10K reward video - 2nd video on top.
    Last edited by eyes4crime; 08-18-2009 at 09:33 AM.
    Please think long and hard before calling a child a 'run-a-way':
    You might be giving a 'perk' to the 'perp'.


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    Quote Originally Posted by pudd View Post
    I know what you mean, Paulette! I keep flip-flopping.

    What does concern me though is the post earlier about only having 50 tips on Hassani's case in a week, where Sandra Cantu's case have 470-something in 5 days. That's not good.
    But remember that Sandra was dead and concealed when all those tips came in. Those tips were coming from people who thought they saw her but didn't. It could be that it's less likely for people to mistake a different child for Hassani because of hearing of Hassani's braces.

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    Quote Originally Posted by STEADFAST View Post
    But remember that Sandra was dead and concealed when all those tips came in. Those tips were coming from people who thought they saw her but didn't. It could be that it's less likely for people to mistake a different child for Hassani because of hearing of Hassani's braces.
    I agree.

    Also, I can't help this nagging feeling that there weren't many tips because he just wasn't there.

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    http://cbs5.com/localwire/22.0.html?...-ROUNDUP-05-50

    Thomason said police are still treating Hassani's disappearance as a missing persons case but as time goes on the chances of finding him alive may be dwindling.

    He said on Saturday law enforcement officials and volunteers searched marshland and shoreline areas at the tip of West Winton Avenue in Hayward as well as Coyote Hills Regional Park in Fremont but didn't find anything significant.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shutterfly View Post
    According to this video interview with Ross and Campbell yesterday, social services has told them that even if Hassani is found, THEY WILL NOT GET EITHER OF THE CHILDREN BACK!!!

    http://cbs5.com/video/?cid=129

    the video is in the video library and is labeled August 17th 2009 at 5:34 pm.
    I noticed in the video, where they were showing that Hassani was learning to write his name, that he spelled it Hasanni. Surely he wouldn't have written Hasanni over and over if his name was spelled Hassani.

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    Or it could be that local people are not supporting them because they don't believe in them.

    Only a few turned up for the vigil, which supports the foster parents. Does anyone know how many showed up for the search, which would support Hassani?
    Last edited by Paintr; 08-18-2009 at 09:48 AM. Reason: ++++
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    I really think his name is spelled Hasanni. I remember someone mentioning that a missing poster for him had his name spelled "Hasanni," and we were thinking How could they misspell his name? But I think the media has spelled his name wrong from the beginning and now are not correcting themselves.
    For some reason, it bugs me for his name to be universally misspelled, like it's not important.

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    Quote Originally Posted by STEADFAST View Post
    I noticed in the video, where they were showing that Hassani was learning to write his name, that he spelled it Hasanni. Surely he wouldn't have written Hasanni over and over if his name was spelled Hassani.
    Thanks for pointing that out--I think the media has the name spelled wrong. It most likely is Hasanni. (Which also explains the flyers the family handed out)

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    Checking in on Hasanni to see if there is any news and there are very few tips and Hasanni has not been found. IIRC stats show that if a child goes missing at the hands of parents/cusodians the child is usually found within 2-3 miles of home and near water. Maybe we should draw a map showing all places within 3 miles of where Hasanni lived and any bodies of water within that radius - anybody local know of any bodies of water within 3 miles of Hasanni's residence?

    Hasanni, little man give us a clue so we can find you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eyes4crime View Post
    If Ross thinks the public doesn't like him now, wait until they see this video!! He is outrageous! His escalating temper and demands of the public are that of an out of control adolescent. Can you only imagine what it would be like for a child (5yo & 18mo) to be around this bully? I hope someone keeps an eye on him and that he doesn't own a gun. YIKES!!!

    watched the 10K reward video - 2nd video on top.
    He was exhibiting this bully boy behavior in the "sofa interview" with ABC 7. Notice the bit where he looks at the reporter and whines about being questioned for 17 long hours. I thought "This guy could easily come off that sofa & smack him." He may be a snapper. And I don't mean the fish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amysmom View Post
    I was under the SAME impression & now wonder why

    I can clearly see it's a much longer walk & totally out of his view which makes what he did 1000x worse then I originally thought!
    I'm so sorry, I have'n't read the two threads, but I want to ask a question.
    Didn't he have a cellphone?
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    How can Hasanni and his 18 month old sister have been in foster care for 2 years and then with LR and JC for 6-8 months?
    I know I suck at math, I have the grades to prove it...but that doesn't add up no matter who you are.

    ETA: And I think some of the anger in that video is because if CPS told them the kids aren't coming back to them, they may have also let them know that their rights to their own child are in danger. Which I almost guarantee is the case. These people will either lose their own child too, or they will have CPS so far up their butts the state will know what they ate for breakfast.
    JMO. Unless there's a link, I can't prove it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yosande View Post
    I'm so sorry, I have'n't read the two threads, but I want to ask a question.
    Didn't he have a cellphone?
    I"m sure LR had a cell phone because didn't the media say that police had seized the cell phones when they searched their house?

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    Marc Klaas expresses concern over LR's changing story:
    http://www.kron.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paulette View Post
    Frankly, I don't believe a word he says. Remember Susan Smith...She cried and begged for days, until LE suddenly announced her arrest. Some cry and some get angry - doesn't mean a thing.

    It's just very improbable that he was taken in that particular neighborhood. Though you have to admit it was a clever ploy to defer suspicion from himself. Place the child by the backdoor, open the trunk lid, disappear around the corner & voila! Child is gone off the face of the earth. It was reported somewhere a reporter did the walk from the alley to the store in 40 seconds.

    He was supposedly behind the car by the door. Now who from the street could have seen him?

    Why are they searching Coyote Park if he was stolen on College Ave.? They had helicopters flying around, probably with heat seeking instruments to detect a body. They searched again yesterday (Sunday).

    It just burns me up that this child born with CP had such a tragic life and ended up being victimized by a monster.

    I'll be the 1st to apologize if it turns out he was kidnapped.
    I hate to say it, but it's either a monster Hasanni knew, or a monster he didn't know...whichever one, it's so sad that this little guy has suffered SO much in his life. No child deserves to have to go through all this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by not_my_kids View Post
    How can Hasanni and his 18 month old sister have been in foster care for 2 years and then with LR and JC for 6-8 months?
    I know I suck at math, I have the grades to prove it...but that doesn't add up no matter who you are.

    ETA: And I think some of the anger in that video is because if CPS told them the kids aren't coming back to them, they may have also let them know that their rights to their own child are in danger. Which I almost guarantee is the case. These people will either lose their own child too, or they will have CPS so far up their butts the state will know what they ate for breakfast.
    Definately agree that they have probably been told that their rights to their own unborned child are in danger/being reviewed. One is missing, the other is back in CPS care ........ tells the story doesn't it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by not_my_kids View Post
    How can Hasanni and his 18 month old sister have been in foster care for 2 years and then with LR and JC for 6-8 months?
    I know I suck at math, I have the grades to prove it...but that doesn't add up no matter who you are.
    snipped by steadfast

    On the video, Ross said that Hasanni had been in foster care for 2 years and his sister had been for 2 months.

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    I got zero sleep, so I am off to bed, but I thought I would leave a parting thought:

    In the video of the interview with bio mother, there is a very well maintained white bike in the middle of the apartment. Whose is it? Bio mother doesn't see, like the bike riding type, if you catch my drift. So, who lives with her? Why weren't they willing to appear on camera? That and that infant carrier, something isn't right on that end of this whole deal.
    Bike is on this video, http://cbs5.com/video/?id=53961@kpix.dayport.com at 2:08
    JMO. Unless there's a link, I can't prove it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by not_my_kids View Post
    I got zero sleep, so I am off to bed, but I thought I would leave a parting thought:

    In the video of the interview with bio mother, there is a very well maintained white bike in the middle of the apartment. Whose is it? Bio mother doesn't see, like the bike riding type, if you catch my drift. So, who lives with her? Why weren't they willing to appear on camera? That and that infant carrier, something isn't right on that end of this whole deal.
    Bike is on this video, http://cbs5.com/video/?id=53961@kpix.dayport.com at 2:08
    Have a good snooze - do you think that bio mom still had access to the children or maybe Hasanni was left with her and something happened and we are into a cover up? Just wondering.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by elepher50 View Post
    Have a good snooze - do you think that bio mom still had access to the children or maybe Hasanni was left with her and something happened and we are into a cover up? Just wondering.......
    The foster parents would not be the first people to shrug off gov't dictates when it concerns allowing access to kids by relatives. I would venture that a lot of kinship care arrangements are done with the family hoping that ties will be maintained or regained as the non-custodial parent rebuilds their lives, and that these are not always "official".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Columbo View Post
    Marc Klaas expresses concern over LR's changing story:
    http://www.kron.com/
    Yes, a lot of us became suspicious of Ross early on because of his changing story. Hasanni has only one story - the truth.

    I can see the anger in Ross in the video posted earlier. Not good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shutterfly View Post
    According to this video interview with Ross and Campbell yesterday, social services has told them that even if Hassani is found, THEY WILL NOT GET EITHER OF THE CHILDREN BACK!!!

    http://cbs5.com/video/?cid=129

    the video is in the video library and is labeled August 17th 2009 at 5:34 pm.
    If I were in a similar situation, I'd be angry and frustrated if people didn't believe me, but I certainly wouldn't demand that people help (or whatever he was demanding in that video--it wasn't clear). Seems like it's time for him to just ignore what people think and concentrate on finding the boy .

    It sounds as if his "fight" for Hasanni to learn to write, etc, is partially an attempt to prove something about himself--like, "MY son CAN write, dam*it" --as if Hasanni is an extension of him (Ross) or something. But the attitude comes across so bullying and absolute. I could be wrong...

    Hope I don't sound like I am playing devil's advocate, but lots of people do stupid things like leaving their kids alone for a couple of minutes and they are just lucky that the children don't get abducted or something terrible happens. IF Ross is innocent, it must be totally discouraging and depressing to find out you won't get your children back, anyhow.

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