Question about Websleuths -please help

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  1. jdj8766

    jdj8766 New Member

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    I was the victim of a horrific crime in 1987 (I was 10). This person had several victims in my area and was never caught. Would I be allowed to create a thread on websleuths with the details asking for help finding info? If so, where would I post it?

    I understand it's a long shot but it could be a great challenge for you guys. At this point in my life, it's pretty much my last shot. Thank you in advance.
     
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  3. JustJudy

    JustJudy New Member

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    Hi...scroll to the bottom of this page, you'll see "view forum leaders" and "contact us." Click on 1 or both of these & you should find an administrator to speak with.

    Wishing you luck and Godspeed in your quest. JJ
     
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    jdj8766, I'm not sure I know the answer to your questions, but do want to say that I am sorry you have had to deal with the unresolved situation for so many years. I hope WSers can help!

    I would suggest maybe you alert on your opening post (hit the little triangle icon) and ask for a mod's input directly -- or pm a mod you feel comfortable discussing your case with.

    I'd think, depending on the nature of the crime, the Cold Case forum might be appropriate -- or maybe Crimes - Spotlight on Children --but I'm not positive.

    ETA: Just saw JustJudy's post above, and that sounds like a good approach also.
     
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    Kimster Former Member

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    jdj8766,

    I am so sorry for what happened to you! Yes, you can start a thread in Cold Cases. All you need are MSM (mainstream media) link(s) or a police case number. This is required of any crime thread.

    Here's a link to our Cold Case forum: Cold Cases - Websleuths Crime Sleuthing Community
     
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    jdj8766 New Member

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    Thanks everyone! I appreciate the input!
     

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