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    Quote Originally Posted by MysteryMaven View Post
    I have seen those videos of Amy dancing with Yellow. It's odd, the way they are dancing, but that's just MOO.
    I am talking about surveillance videos. Do cruise ships have security cameras? Did the Rhapsody have them, and where were they pointed? That's what I'm getting at.



    The Bradleys don't have them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lera213 View Post
    Thanks FindAmy if I can remember more I will call. I did not watch any of those programs! I didn't even know about this case until yesterday.

    This man, If and a big if I met him, is Puerto Rican...that is all I can remember at this time.
    Lera, for what it's worth, at the bottom of the FBI site for Amy there is a link to San Juan, Puerto Rico. So, you may be onto something. IDK

    If you click on the link at the bottom where it says "field office" - San Juan it takes you to the San Juan division of the FBI.


    http://www.fbi.gov/wanted/kidnap/amy-bradley

  3. #378
    Quote Originally Posted by MysteryMaven View Post
    If only there was surveillance video of the disco, elevators, and corresponding hallways from that morning available. I'm sure Royal Caribbean made sure there weren't any.



    There aren't any.

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    The "wild look" might not be what she looks like now after 7 years (if her last sighting was in 2005). Unless there were more recent sightings and she had the same "look". IMO, people should not be fixated on her hairstyle. They should look at her facial features and she also has very distinctive tattoos tha may help identify her.

    From what I can tell, she has high cheek bones, green eyes. How many ear piercings (?)

  5. #380
    Quote Originally Posted by MysteryMaven View Post
    I have seen those videos of Amy dancing with Yellow. It's odd, the way they are dancing, but that's just MOO.
    I am talking about surveillance videos. Do cruise ships have security cameras? Did the Rhapsody have them, and where were they pointed? That's what I'm getting at.



    The Bradleys don't have anything.


  6. #381
    Quote Originally Posted by MysteryMaven View Post
    Good question was raised--what kind of attention was being paid to Amy specifically?



    Jump over to the next page. I tired to explain it.

  7. #382
    Quote Originally Posted by ~n/t~ View Post
    Lera, for what it's worth, at the bottom of the FBI site for Amy there is a link to San Juan, Puerto Rico. So, you may be onto something. IDK

    If you click on the link at the bottom where it says "field office" - San Juan it takes you to the San Juan division of the FBI.


    http://www.fbi.gov/wanted/kidnap/amy-bradley





    The person you will want to speak with is Agent Thomas Drummond.

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    Is there a reason why the vanished episode is airing absolute inaccurate information directly relating to Amys case?.. I find that troubling and that's no knock towards you and I hope that you can see that it's a valid question and in a case where Imo there actually is a chance of Amy actually being alive(whereas in so many other cases it sadly is just not very likely)... Her case Imo is different and Imo there are strong indicators that she was abducted for a specific purpose rather than for sexual motive followed by immediately being murdered..

    But I do find it troubling that the information as it was given per the Vanished episode is not at all accurate.. It calls into question other points.. The issues regarding her being in sexual slavery that were very openly indicated on the episode.. Well.. Now it's being told as if Amy was not at all involved in this forced sex industry..

    That's very simply my point and a quite valid one Imo..
    The quickest way to become a fool is to argue with one..

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    Quote Originally Posted by ~n/t~ View Post
    The "wild look" might not be what she looks like now after 7 years (if her last sighting was in 2005). Unless there were more recent sightings and she had the same "look". IMO, people should not be fixated on her hairstyle. They should look at her facial features and she also has very distinctive tattoos tha may help identify her.

    From what I can tell, she has high cheek bones, green eyes. How many ear piercings (?)




    This is a very good point. Hair styles can change. The wild hair has been there in all of the sightings, but the tattoos have been what has distinguished Amy. The tattoos are something that witnesses can describe.

    I have wondered if Amy wears her hair like this to attract attention. She has repeatedly tried to call attention to herself in these sightings and maybe she sees this wild hairdo as a way to get someone's attention. It certainly isn't the way she wore her hair before she disappeared.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmoothOperator View Post
    Is there a reason why the vanished episode is airing absolute inaccurate information directly relating to Amys case?.. I find that troubling and that's no knock towards you and I hope that you can see that it's a valid question and in a case where Imo there actually is a chance of Amy actually being alive(whereas in so many other cases it sadly is just not very likely)... Her case Imo is different and Imo there are strong indicators that she was abducted for a specific purpose rather than for sexual motive followed by immediately being murdered..

    But I do find it troubling that the information as it was given per the Vanished episode is not at all accurate.. It calls into question other points.. The issues regarding her being in sexual slavery that were very openly indicated on the episode.. Well.. Now it's being told as if Amy was not at all involved in this forced sex industry..

    That's very simply my point and a quite valid one Imo..
    If the pictures being circulated are indeed Amy then I would say she was indeed abducted for the sex industry. My biggest concern is if it is Amy in those photos, she was in her 20's. She is now 38 years old. How much longer would they keep her before they find another victim to replace her, if they haven't already?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmoothOperator View Post
    Is there a reason why the vanished episode is airing absolute inaccurate information directly relating to Amys case?.. I find that troubling and that's no knock towards you and I hope that you can see that it's a valid question and in a case where Imo there actually is a chance of Amy actually being alive(whereas in so many other cases it sadly is just not very likely)... Her case Imo is different and Imo there are strong indicators that she was abducted for a specific purpose rather than for sexual motive followed by immediately being murdered..

    But I do find it troubling that the information as it was given per the Vanished episode is not at all accurate.. It calls into question other points.. The issues regarding her being in sexual slavery that were very openly indicated on the episode.. Well.. Now it's being told as if Amy was not at all involved in this forced sex industry..

    That's very simply my point and a quite valid one Imo..






    There is no way to prove one way or the other if Amy is involved with sexual slavery. I personally don't believe that she is a sexual slave and I personally don't believe that she was kidnapped for prostitution. I have given everyone the reasons why I believe this. I didn't produce the Vanished episode.

    You are saying that it is being said that Amy is not at all involved in this forced sex industry. I don't think we can prove that one way or the other right now. I dont believe that Amy was kidnapped for prostitution and I don't believe that she was an escort at that resort. I have given some very good reasons for my opinion.

    I certainly can't tell you why Vanished seems to think she's a sexual slave.



    I do want to say that although I don't believe that Amy is a prostitute, I do not for a minute believe that she hasn't probably been horribly abused by her captors. My heart just aches for her.

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    Hi Find Amy...
    This case is so troubling and sad...a young girl at the beginning of her life.
    Here are my musings (for what they may be worth..)
    Maybe the confirmed sightings of Amy were "pre-planned" - in that they did her up with the wild hair and all the make up and let her see how futile it would be to try to get someone-anyone to help her (even if she tried) - this would be a de-moralizing exercise on her; she would feel hopeless and beaten down. They controlled these "public exposures" by having handlers all around.
    In all reality she probably - on an everyday basis has coiffed blonde hair and is a (confined)"wife" to someone high up politically or criminally obeying all commands and providing her intelligence and english language skills -knowing only too well (from her previous experiences) that she must be resigned to this life.
    Maybe Stockholm Syndrome kicks in as well (or drugs)..maybe this was the man who was watching her on the boat, took her pictures, liked her "wholesomeness and athleticism, etc."; and paid a price to have her...
    just thoughts..
    and maybe these types of "choices" of innocents happen more often than westerners might realize?
    Take care, FindAmy, and all the family....hoping this can and will be solved.

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    I honestly dont know how families make it thru this stuff and to go on year after year with not knowing. I admire her family for not giving up. That has to take alot of strength.

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    Basilcat I agree with the Stockholm Syndrome. You get to a place with you dont see a way out and adapt to the new life. When there may be an opportunity to escape your afraid to try. I think J Dugard is a good example of this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FindAmy View Post
    This is a very good point. Hair styles can change. The wild hair has been there in all of the sightings, but the tattoos have been what has distinguished Amy. The tattoos are something that witnesses can describe.

    I have wondered if Amy wears her hair like this to attract attention. She has repeatedly tried to call attention to herself in these sightings and maybe she sees this wild hairdo as a way to get someone's attention. It certainly isn't the way she wore her hair before she disappeared.
    I just don't see Amy being able to control her hair style like that. If these handlers have any intelligence, they would have figured out her 'wild' hair is a liability. That Amy kept it through several years of sightings seems to indicate to me she has been allowed to keep it for a specific reason.

    No need to answer unless you have specific ideas, I'm just being rhetorical.

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