Discussion in 'Missing Persons Discussion' started by Jenestes, Mar 14, 2019.
More than once? Oh gosh. It's horrible.
Agreed, I went back and forth on how I felt about it when I heard about them. Sometimes I think they I personally wouldn’t go against LE’s request and sometimes I get it because that these people have been hiking the harder to reach areas.
For those who would like to see some news coverage regarding the blue ribbons: Rhonda Parker Leafstone
The two organizers of that group have done a fantastic job mobilizing so many people so quickly.
I ping pong between nauseous to anger and sadness. Some cases just touch one in such a profound way and Noah had my heart on day one.
I've lived some of Noah's life with abuse back in the day. My Mom remarried and jerked me from my happy home. It still hurts but I've overcome with God's help.
I’m so sorry you had to live with that but so happy you have been able to fight through.
I think it’s Noah’s sweet face. You can just tell from photos he must have been a wonderful little boy.
Thank you and I seldom mention it. Noah never had a chance.
I can’t shake the feeling that if this monster could kill his own son, and is known to be violent....it’s more than possible that Jill was also abused and threatened with things most of us probably couldn’t even imagine.
I have yet to hear anyone speak badly about her in regards to being a mom. Other than her tragically bad choice to be involved with him, and let’s be honest - she’s far from alone. Most of us were just lucky that our mistakes weren’t THAT evil.
I’m thankful that she chose to call the police. I wish it had been done long ago, but I’m glad she didn’t wait any longer.
For those who haven’t followed the Turpin case, this is some background on Riverside County Children’s Services: Riverside County's top child protection official departs amid claims of botched abuse investigations
Grandfather says he believes Noah McIntosh's father murdered missing boy
Nicole ComstockVerified account @ComstockNEWS
“These are tears from heaven. That’s what this is.” In pouring rain & hail dozens of people in Corona tied blue ribbons on trees around town to honor #MISSING 8 year old Noah McIntosh. They want his family to know this community cares tremendously about him. @CBSLA
Nicole Comstock on Twitter
Tony ShinVerified account @TonyNBCLA
A blue ribbon campaign is underway for missing #Corona boy Noah McIntosh. The emotional story of how the community is coming together during this heartbreaking time. coming up on #NBC4 @NBCLA
Tony Shin on Twitter
....another "Future" Shirt. This time Future Pro. That just makes me so sad.
IMO until there is an answer about this young boy.
She is also charged with abusing the little boy and a very specific date was given.
Much as I agree with you, I would like to know your thinking as to why.
It's beautiful how people come together.
It looks like CBS/KTLA was kind enough to cover both the Anaheim and Corona ribbon hanging: Corona Neighborhood Honors Boy Who Has Been Missing For 3 Weeks
No new updates on the story but there was a nice thank you from his grandmother - I believe she may have joined the Anaheim ribbon hanging last night.
It occurred to me - the father’s family is saying and doing nothing. Not a single thing.
The people coordinating the ribbon project are working on putting together a vigil for Noah. Sounds like they are working out the details today.
I'm having a hard time reconciling how you can live in your car outside of the apartment your son and daughter live in and not notice your son has been missing for two weeks. That is where she was living, correct?
Perhaps no one is speaking badly of her because the people we are hearing from in this case are her relatives and not his?
She is currently in jail held on abuse charges. If she were nothing more than an abuse victim she would have 1.) Had custody of her children, and 2.) Not be in jail on charges of abuse.
That’s where I get confused. I’m not sure if she lived in her car permanently - she appears to have been employed by a major company and I assume she would have needed to shower for work unless she recently lost her job? - or if she moved into her car outside the building when he wasn’t letting her talk to her son. I’ve assumed the latter but we never really got clear answers there.
Either way, it’s possible she suspected he was missing and didn’t report it sooner. I’d sure as heck call that willful child endangerment.
I suspect she knows and maybe witnessed and maybe helped somewhat in an abusive episode. (hence the specific date). I think she's being held to get her to talk, amongst other things. I have a feeling she is a battered wife and unwillingly participated in awful situations for this little boy. jmo