Found Deceased CA - Blaze Bernstein, 19, Lake Forest, 2 Jan 2018 #2

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  1. 'Ailina

    'Ailina Inactive

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    Sure didn't. Has that line been quoted anywhere else? If not, it was an exclusive interview, right?
     


  2. Voice4theSilent

    Voice4theSilent Well-Known Member

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    A local earlier stated the restroom is not locked at night (sorry I can't remember who posted that information.)
     
  3. SoCalRes

    SoCalRes New Member

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    No, the bathrooms are not locked at night
     
  4. Whiteorchids

    Whiteorchids Well-Known Member

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    Well then that was a lie by the friend.
     
  5. 4SAM

    4SAM Kentucky - Texas - Kansas - Missouri

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    A week has gone by and they are no closer to finding Blaze (that we know of) than they were on day one. I hope they start releasing some more information.

    Where are you, Blaze?
     
  7. SoCalRes

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    The bathrooms are NOT locked at night. The friend could have gone into the bathroom that night
     
  8. Voice4theSilent

    Voice4theSilent Well-Known Member

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    The friend said he was by the restroom (or in the restroom) what did he lie about?
     
  9. anonypotomous

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    Ok, I thought it was just me. It looked very pretentious. I’m not in any way saying they are involved in this kid being missing, but that photo seemed a little bit uppity.


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  10. Steelslady

    Steelslady Justice for Kelsey

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    BBM- that is an excellent question!
     
  11. crhedBngr

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    Just checked - no new updates that I could find.
     
  12. Whiteorchids

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    My son told me that don't want photos being found and seen by others.
     
  13. Whiteorchids

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    I believe in a couple of articles I read it was reported he used the restroom.
     
  14. buckley23

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    New here, well I have been following a while, but new to posting. I haven't got anything of value to add in terms of ideas or theories, but I do have a very similar experience to the story we are being told about the events of that night.

    When I was 18, I was chatting to someone on an app, and we decided to meet. I had my friend drive me there, around 15 minutes away, and we met in a park. My friend left as soon as I exited the car. I had actually lied to them about who I was meeting and pretended it was someone I knew well. It was very late at night, and now I look back and realise how much of a risk I took, but at 18 I had absolutely no idea and was so naive. If the person I was meeting had any bad intentions I wouldn't have stood a chance.

    Young adults are incredibly naive and risk takers. At that age I was suffering depression, my family were more bothered about our appearance and reputation than supporting me, and I think that led to me seeking love from other places. I was seen as very sensible, a high achiever, and because of this I felt unbelievably pressured to be perfect.

    Now I don't know if I personally believe the story the driver is giving in the case of Blaze, for reasons already stated on here previously, but I just wanted to share my experience, that these things happen and I'd guess they happen alot, unfortunately.

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  15. Whiteorchids

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    Welcome and a great first post. Thank you for sharing and your insight [emoji4]
     
  16. JerseyGirl

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    Yes, I found that odd too. Why go into a dark space when you can just "look like you're checking the tire pressure" or "stand by a bush" as my husband does on occasion when travelling, especially late at night.
     
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    I will
     
  18. Whiteorchids

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    Could their recent comment (paraphrasing) "...no matter what" suggest perhaps that Blaze became involved with someone thought of as unsavory by the parents. Could this have been a past buisness associate / friend of their's? Someone who they had an adversarial relationship with them that could have a motivation to compromise their son? Could Blaze fit the profile of a 'fixer' in the family?

    Their comment just jumped out at me.

    Also I would kindly disagree with those of you who stated that kids like Blaze are not at risk for trafficking or sexual exploitation. Particularly boys of a certain type, white, good looking and younger looking than they actually are imho at very high at risk for this. Anecdotally for decades boys like this have been abducted or groomed by others to no good end.

    I think we all can relate to having had some confusion about our emeging sexuality at his age, when you toss in coming to terms with everything attendant to coming out, if this was the case, makes people his age especially vunerable.

    Thanks for the welcome btw!! :heartluv:
     
  20. 'Ailina

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    I thought that, too, but last night, 001 shared this:
     
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