MI MI - LIVING Blk Fem, 40-60, Double Amputee, *** Names: Cj, Jesse, China Black, Romulus, May'18

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    Ok, lets say she really wants to be found....and she is sad about the whole situation....it says us...."keep on searching", but I'm afraid she isn't reported missing and we will not find her in the regular places we are used to search in....and then back to your question. Where do we begin? I find it really hard to give an answer to that question.
     
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    Imo, they could "begin" with much stronger MSM coverage nationwide. National morning and late night show interviews might help reveal her identity. Of course, maybe a genetics test that could get funded through donations. I'd bet too that if there was a way to campaign directly with Black churches and organizations in local Detroit as well as other places across the country where she may have connections someone will likely know her or her family. She's identifiable for sure.
     
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    Medical question - Forgive my ignorance on this topic but here I go.:oops:

    Is there a way they can examine with CAT scan or X-ray her legs to get an estimate on how long they've been amputated? Would an imaging test reveal anything that could be a clue to her identity or to what caused her to need an amputation?
     
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    Suggestions and exclusions update. My apologies if I've missed any suggestions.

    NamUs Exclusions -
    MP28262 Selena Edon 10/28/1991 San Francisco CA
    MP50881 Janice Jones 03/10/2018 Genesee MI
    MP20887 Tisha Morgan 06/14/2013 Wayne MI
    MP52886 Janice Peters 04/13/2018 Davidson TN

    MSP, MPU Email Exclusions -
    Dr. Cherryl Lamont Pearson
    Cherryl Lamont Pearson – The Charley Project

    PM Suggestions -
    Tannisha Marie Edison
    The National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs)

    Katrina Lynn Johnson
    The National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs)

    SHEQUENIA D BURNETT
    The National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs)

    Jessie Barnes
    Jessie Barnes – The Charley Project

    Kierra Westine Barnett
    Kierra Westine Barnett – The Charley Project

    Brynisha Nichelle Allen
    Brynisha Nichelle Allen – The Charley Project
     
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    It starts at 01:50 in the video:
    "Her carers say that not knowing who she is is taking a toll on China.
    Renee Davis, her carer: "There are days she'd just like to sleep and don't do anything. Sometimes, she refuse to get up"

    This is the exact transcription to the best of my understanding.

    So, if China were ok with the situation, why does her carer say that not knowing who she is is taking a toll on her?

    I'm sorry, I didn't make it out of thin air :(
     
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    For amputation date estimate, I am absolutely clueless. An orthopedic surgeon will be much more competent than I am!

    About Black churches at Detroit, I do not have a clue about it. It's beyond my competence and my knowledge.
    Who can take care of it?
    Meanwhile, between laundries, I scour missing persons reports.
    I know it's far from ideal, but it's all what I can do right now within my skills.
     
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    For me, it's not a match.
    While "Poor mental condition" and "needs medication" work, two problems prevent her from being a match:
    - Wearing contacts or glasses. If China Black wore contacts or glasses, it would had been mentioned.

    - Missing one leg, no mention of pinky finger missing. While her second leg and pinky finger could have been amputated later, the problem is that China lost both her legs due to frostbite: MI - MI - LIVING Blk Fem, 40-60, Double Amputee, *** Names: Cj, Jesse, China Black, Romulus, May'18

    The "wears contacts or glasses" makes it a blatant rule-out for me.
     
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    Ok....fair enough....I think probably she is assertive enough to tell her caretakers she has problems with her sight. At least I took a serious shot at it....:)
     
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    I was checking back on a NJ case for which I suggested Elizabeth Regina Turner, missing from Detroit 4/2013, as a potential match. I don't know how recently it happened but it seems her case may have been resolved as the NamUs profile now has a permission error but the suggested UID's profile is still active. After looking at Elizabeth's photos again I realized she might be China Black. I hope they give an update on China and/or Elizabeth.

    If this is Elizabeth it would fit with and perhaps explain the time frame. For example:

    Elizabeth missing - 04/09/2013
    China found - 05/14/2018 - she'd been there 3-4 years which would be 2014-15.

    Seems if Elizabeth was involved in an accident she'd have quite a lengthy recovery for at least a few months but maybe longer. I wonder if China lost her pinkie in the accident? Elizabeth's profile mentions a scar on her upper thigh but has absolutely zero info about injuries/scars/disfigurements/etc.

    I hope for China's sake that she gets answers soon (or already has her answer)! :D


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    In one of the interviews with China, she said that she lost her memory after being hit by a car. Did she also lose her legs and finger in this accident? Is this what lead to her being hospitalized?

    I know there's also a theory that she lost her legs to frostbite, and I'm wondering if there's a source backing this up? I haven't been able to find anything stating that.
     
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    It's a suggestion made in this article by a Sgt. from the MP unit. Who is Michigan's first living Jane Doe?
     
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    Someone asked on FB and the answer was yes.
     
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