Found Alive OH - A. C., 14, Barberton, 4 Dec 2017

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  1. Lilibet

    Lilibet Well-Known Member

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    A. was posting on FB three years ago when she was 11. This is JMO, but allowing a child that young on SM (against FB rules AFAIK) is not looking out for your child. It’s basically leaving your front door unlocked so anyone can walk in and hurt your daughter. Think how long LJ had to groom her if they were interacting on FB during the past few years. :eek:

    https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?...64757846.76908.100000502415825&type=3&theater
     


  2. Inthedetails

    Inthedetails Well-Known Member

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    Where is the info for the 2017 bullying? tia
     
  3. LostInAustin

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    Absolutely agreed.

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  4. Lilibet

    Lilibet Well-Known Member

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  5. Paddleboarder

    Paddleboarder Former Member

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    I completely agree. Everything she says must be viewed as a possible lie. My point wasn’t to defend the mother - only to keep the focus on A. I’ve seen other cases get sidetracked due to family drama and I don’t want that I happen here.


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  6. Irishboy

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    Her FB profile says she joined in October 2011, that would make her 8 when she joined?
     
  7. always reading

    always reading Well-Known Member

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    Ok so i know absolutely nothing about autism so don't beat me up. A. seems very sassy and grown in her fb interactions. Is that normal for an autistic child?

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  8. Kas80

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    Back in January she made a reference to kissing and sex. (No kissing and "ew" in regards to sex). Now less than a year later she's pregnant? That seems really strange, quick turnaround without force being involved.
     
  9. amoreau25

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    My guess they left the state of Ohio and fled somewhere they could hide, like that teacher/student case a while back the ones from Tennessee who ended up on a commune in Northern California... the other thing thats possible is someone within the family is hiding them... realistically she can’t hide for too much longer if she’s still pregnant


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  10. Lilibet

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    Thanks. I’m glad you understand the credibility issue. I know you aren’t defending the mom and we are definitely and absolutely here for A. It’s just that the family drama seems to be directly linked to her disappearance, so it’s hard to separate the two. We’re sort of spinning our wheels right now, but as soon as we have more info, I’m sure we will be honed in on A. I hope you can be verified soon. In the meantime, thIs has to be very hard for you, and you will need a thick skin, so...big hugs!

    Question: is her name pronounced A. or A. Is A. pronounced A. or A. I have a friend named Alys, pronounced Aliss (accent on liss) so I’m just curious. :)
     
  11. jnblsm

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    Have any searches been conducted around her house or where she lives?

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  12. Ray_of_hope

    Ray_of_hope Verified registered nurse

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    Agreed, thorough searches with dogs would be good.
     
  13. soanyway

    soanyway Active Member

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    This is the first I've heard of a gun, maybe I missed it earlier. BBM


    https://www.news5cleveland.com/news...t-14-year-old-girl-who-ran-away-with-fugitive

     
  14. jnblsm

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    I never read about a gun either, but I'm not surprised a detail was added.

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    Anything the mom reports now has to be taken with a grain of salt.
    Adds drama that seems she likes to stir up IMO
     
  17. Kittybunny

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    I'm getting a Shaniya Davis vibe at this point - my theory is that the mom and Jakab set up some kind of deal, and either she changed her mind afterwards, or he reneged and she got mad and then filed the police report in retaliation. I'd like to give her the benefit of the doubt, but strange things are afoot. It's hard to not let the family drama become front and center, because the whole case is defined by the family dynamics.

    Hopefully, though, the main focus remains on finding A. (relatively) unharmed, then all else can be sorted out. I think he stole her away to be with her, not to harm her.
     
  18. cujenn81

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    I was just about to mention the exact same thing. Autistic individuals, even those considered high functioning, usually have a hard time grasping most idioms and almost never use them to express themselves. In just one paragraph, she uses "ride or die", "throw it in my face", "[they are] cut off", "step off my tracks". It's very atypical autistic behavior.
     
  19. DakotaMayi

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    BBM...

    I am less confident of this after *************'s last comment.

     
  20. Hippononymous

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    Is ************* trying to get verified? She/he hasn’t answered that question that I have seen.


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