GUILTY NJ - Autumn Pasquale, 12, Clayton, 20 Oct 2012 - #3

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  1. Roselvr

    Roselvr Ask me how to get your loved one in NamUs

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    Quoted for truth.
    Even if someone regularly checked in with her; it wouldn't change the fact she was killed but they would have known something was wrong a lot sooner. When my daughter was that young I also knew where she was going. She used to call me when she got there as well as when she left. The same went if she was going to another friend when she left the 1st one.
     


  2. PastTense

    PastTense Well-Known Member

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    http://www.nj.com/gloucester-county/index.ssf/2014/10/autumn_pasquale.html#incart_river
     
  3. Roselvr

    Roselvr Ask me how to get your loved one in NamUs

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    I have so many emotions seeing the article! Sad; angry; appalled; disgusted. Seeing its all about money really breaks my heart. I can't understand how her father can even ok a lawsuit like this. Is this how he saw her as a potential cash "cow"?

    I'm local; I have never seen the towns react the way they did as when Autumn went missing. It was hell getting around due to traffic caused by volunteers handing fliers at red lights. Volunteers walked around multiple towns to put fliers out. Volunteers combing through woods to find her which is not easy around here. It's like looking for a needle in a haystack! They brought in a very reputable blood hound from what I remember. Her parents are very fortunate that they recovered her remains. I have a lot of friends that have not been able to.

    I had looked at Autumns FB, she had a company listed that she worked for. The company was not the official product site but some sleaze ball; I was sure he took her.

    The only thing that could have possibly saved Autumn is if her parents would have had her check in every hour due to her age. It is not asking too much; especially after she had just gotten that expensive bike. My heart breaks for them that they had to bury her so young but there is no negligence by anyone named in their suit.

    I've also never seen so many people give the amount of donations as they had gotten; then the parents fought over it.
    Autumn Pasquale Memorial Fund

     
  4. wendybtn

    wendybtn Well-Known Member

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    The magical thinking of checking in every hour only works for that minute they are checking in if you can see and touch the person. Anything can happen to any of us at any time. See the dead mother and 2 children whose house was hit by that private jet yesterday in the DC suburbs. That mother knew where her kids were, was not engaging in risky behavior like flying in a private jet, and she is still dead.
    The dad of Autumn P. is just trying to push his guilt and grief and a million other emotions to some other adults out of his tremendous suffering. The lawsuit will fail. But you can file a lawsuit about anything.
     
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  6. Roselvr

    Roselvr Ask me how to get your loved one in NamUs

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    Does anyone remember who owned the bloodhound(s) that found Autumn? I would like to pass the information to little 2 1/2 year old DeOrr Kunz family. I could have sworn one came from another state, but the way articles are worded, it sounds like they may belong to NJ State Police.


    Authorities Searching for Missing 12-Year-Old Autumn Pasquale The Clayton girl was last seen around 12:30 p.m. Saturday. By Tim Zatzariny Jr. (Patch Staff) October 23, 2012
     
  7. Roselvr

    Roselvr Ask me how to get your loved one in NamUs

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    I found out that retired Sgt Joe Nicholas former K9 officer helped with the search for Autumn. I contacted his FB page yesterday, still have to call Joe to see if he knows who owned the blood hound. I was given a reputable SAR company

    Joe the Bloodhound
    J. Nicholas dog training FB

    East Coast K9 Search and Recovery
     
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    scmom Well-Known Member

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  9. DAnthrplgst

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    The killer of Autumn Pasquale, Justin Robinson, and his mother sat down with NJ.com and spoke for the first time regarding Autumn's murder.

    http://www.nj.com/news/index.ssf/20...f_a_child_i_didnt_kill.html#incart_most-read_
     
  10. SouthernCutie

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    Ugghhh that whole article is frustrating. IMO his mom and him are victim blaming. I truly do not believe he killed her on accident because she forgot the $10.
    If he was having such a hard time walking as he told her how'd he clean up and stage the crime scene so fast. And he's dropped out of treatment in prison I hope they deny his parole for that.
    RIP Autumn [emoji885]

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  11. DAnthrplgst

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    I agree, I think they are victim blaming as well and I don't buy his 'accident" story either. When someone is hitting you your automatic response is to grab their hands, not wrap your hands around their throat.
     
  12. PrairieWind

    PrairieWind Verified Attorney

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    That seems like an odd "interview." Did the reporter ask any questions or just write down what Robinson and his mother said? I would have had lots of questions. When/where did they agree to her paying him $10? When she collapsed, why didn't he call 911? I didn't remember from the initial case the part about her being undressed and her clothes found in his house. I would have asked questions about that? I am wondering if the family agreed to give this reporter an "interview" but only on their terms.
     
  13. nyvictoria

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    This interview really has my blood boiling! Victim shaming much? Ugh i hope they keep this kid inside for his entire sentence. All the talk of finding religion is the same old bs every killer claims. Makes me sick!!


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  14. StrangeOne

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    If and when he gets out I wonder how many more little girls he will accidentally choke to death?

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  15. SaguaroSpirit

    SaguaroSpirit Happy times in Cactus Land

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    Just disgusting. I feel so bad for her family and friends. The killer's mother, not so much. *frownie face*
     

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