MS MS - Kyle 12, Cameron 12, & Rachel Anderson, 13, Fulton, 11 April 2000

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    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Former Member

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    Kyle Nicholas James Anderson

    Family Abduction -- Missing Since: April 11, 2000

    Missing From: Fulton, Missouri

    Height: 4'0" -- Weight: 70 lbs -- Hair Color: Blonde -- Eye Color: Blue

    Kyle has a scar on his upper lip.


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    Cameron Jeffrey Anderson

    Family Abduction -- Missing Since: April 11, 2000

    Missing From: Fulton, Missouri

    Height: 4'7" -- Weight: 90 lbs -- Hair Color: Blonde -- Eye Color: Blue

    Cameron wears eyeglasses and may use the nickname C.J.


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    Rachel Marie Anderson

    Family Abduction -- Missing Since: April 11, 2000

    Missing From: Fulton, Missouri

    Height: 5'2" -- Weight: 105 lbs -- Hair Color: Blonde -- Eye Color: Blue


    The children may be in the company of their mother. They may have traveled out of state.


    NCMEC

    Charley Project
     
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    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Former Member

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    Ohio case reminds region of its missing children

    As Cleveland, Ohio, families welcome home decade-lost daughters this week, north Mississippi families still ache and wonder the fate of at least nine children.

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    Two sets of brothers are among them.

    Kyle Nicholas James Anderson and Cameron Jeffery Anderson should be 22 and 25, respectively. They’ve been missing from Fulton since April 11, 2000.

    The NCMEC poster with their age-progressed photographs states they may be in the company of their mother and a sister, and they may have traveled out of state.
     
  4. sreshowtime

    sreshowtime Active Member

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    I was browsing through here recently and this case got stuck in my head. I have searched high and low to read more and nothing. I was wondering, why was the mother's name was never mentioned?? Or where she was originally from? Unless she had the means to change all of their identities, wouldn't it be possible to try to track her SS#? And wouldn't the children need birth certificates to get DL and to go to school & work?? Do states red flag birth certificates in case they are ever requested, in the case of missing children? I think it is so sad....you would think they have memories and might try to reach out to their father ( whom I believe still lives in the same place.)
     
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    wendybtn Well-Known Member

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    I do not believe states flag requests for b.c., even of missing persons, because the government systems all have different operating systems and conflicting software. All levels of state and local and federal governments have this problem. That is why real life rarely works like CSI or even Law and Order, unfortunately. This would be soul-killing for me as the left-behind parent. I cannot imagine this man's pain. Unless he was a documented abuser, how could this woman take these children away from their own father? At some point she loved him enough to make 3 kids. She should be grown-up enough to do what is best for her kids, not just what she wants. Terribly sad.
     
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    I hope the kids -who might have their own families now- remember their father and former life before the abduction and will make contact with LE soon.
     
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    16 years...
     
  8. Cubby

    Cubby fly the W!

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    According to Charley Project they are missing from Mississippi.
     
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    These kids are 31, 29 and 26 now- hopefully still alive and well.
     
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