Today's Current News - ***NO DISCUSSIONS HERE PLEASE *** - 15 July 2009

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    2009.07.15 Today's Current News - ***NO DISCUSSIONS HERE PLEASE ***


    NEW VIDEO: Small town of McCleary not giving up on missing girl 1:56
    "I know she's out there and I know she's alive," Lindsey Baum's mom said Monday. "I just want her to know if she can hear me that I'm never going to stop looking for you."
    http://www.komonews.com/news/50679222.html?video=YHI&t=a
     
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    Parents Of Missing McCleary Girl Hoping For Public's Help
    Posted: 4:06 pm PDT July 15, 2009
    Updated: 4:14 pm PDT July 15, 2009
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    Nearly three weeks after an 11-year-old girl disappeared in McCleary, the girl's parents continue to ask the public for any information on their daughter's whereabouts.

    In an effort to find out what happened to their daughter, Lindsey's family created two new Web sites: http://lindseybaum.com/ and http://findlindseybaum.com/. Both sites have photos of Lindsey and links to detectives working the case.

    In an interview with KIRO 7, Lindsey's parents expressed frustration with the state's Amber Alert system. They said no alert was issued because Lindsey's disappearance offered no known suspect or vehicle.

    The Baums said they want the strict regulations governing Amber Alerts to change. Investigators in the case agree.

    Meanwhile, Lindsey's parents are still hoping to find any clue as to where Lindsey went as her birthday passed last week.

    "It was agonizing to sit at the house just waiting for word, hoping she'd come home that day so we could celebrate," said Lindsey's father, Scott Baum.


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    http://www.kirotv.com/news/20066602/detail.html
     
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    "Every day that goes by is just agony"
    Story Published: Jul 15, 2009 at 4:38 PM PDT
    Story Updated: Jul 15, 2009 at 6:33 PM PDT
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    "Please, if anybody knows anything, even if you don't think it's important to you, it may be very beneficial to this case in bringing Lindsey home."

    Lindsey Baum's father Scott made the emotional plea Wednesday as the family still waits for word of what happened to their daughter.

    "I feel her in my heart. I just know she's alive," said her mother Melissa. "I just want to say to whoever has my daughter: 'Please, just let her go.' I don't care who you are, I don't care where you are, I just want my daughter back."

    The parents came forward Wednesday eager to make sure their daughter isn't forgotten.

    "The search continues even though we don't see it," Scott Baum said. "There's still people out there looking for her. Everybody still has faith and that's all I can ask for is people don't give up on her."

    Scott lives in Tennessee and is a member of the National Guard there. He was set to deploy to Iraq soon, but that may change.

    "There's talk that they're not going to deploy me," he said.

    It means he could stay stateside and stay on the search for his daughter.

    "Just please bring my daughter home. Give us the peace of mind. Let her go unharmed."


    VIDEO: "Every day that goes by is just agony"
    http://www.komonews.com/news/local/50897752.html?video=YHI&t=a

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    http://www.komonews.com/news/local/50897752.html
     
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    Parents send messages to missing McCleary girl
    06:36 PM PDT on Wednesday, July 15, 2009
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    They may live on different coasts, but the parents of a girl missing for 19 days reunited Thursday to send messages out to her.

    &#8220;Whoever has her, please let her go,&#8221; said Scott Baum about his daughter, Lindsey.

    She&#8217;s missed a birthday and the Fourth of July.

    "I'd like to tell Lindsey that I'm praying for her. I'm wishing her a safe return to come home to us,&#8221; said Scott.

    "For my daughter, I want her to know I love her more than anything in the world and I'm not giving up on her,&#8221; said Melissa.

    Following days of searches and interviews, investigators say the few leads they&#8217;ve had have mostly dried up. Lindsey&#8217;s family is hoping for help.

    "Please help us find our daughter. She&#8217;s out there somewhere. Somebody has seen something. Somebody has heard something. Somebody knows something,&#8221; said Melissa.

    Lindsey&#8217;s father is in the Tennessee National Guard and is scheduled to deploy to Iraq, but the military is working to keep him in the country.


    VIDEO: Parents Call Out To Missing Girl
    http://www.king5.com/video/index.html?nvid=380611

    Lindseybaum.com
    http://www.lindseybaum.com/

    Findlindseybaum.com
    http://findlindseybaum.com/

    Article:
    http://www.king5.com/localnews/stories/NW_071509WAB-lindsey-baum-family-TP.43f9a323.html
     
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    Obama's Birth Certificate: Soldier Stefan Cook Refuses Deployment Over Its Authenticity
    And Another Soldier, Scott Baum, Does Not Question His Deployment Even Though His Daughter, Lindsey Baum, is Missing
    July 15, 2009
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    At the same time, the father of missing 11-year-old Lindsey Baum is scheduled to deploy to Iraq in the next couple weeks. Stationed in Tennessee, Scott Baum, a National Guardsman, went home to McCleary, Washington, to aid in the search and investigation into his daughter's disappearance. Lindsey Baum has been missing for nearly three weeks.

    Scott Baum, whose story has appeared on HLN's "Nancy Grace," made an impassioned plea for anyone that may have taken Lindsey Baum to return her before his deployment.

    Stefan Cook will no doubt lose his case Thursday, but he still may be given conscientious objector status and get to remain in the United States. Scott Baum will most likely be given a special dispensation for his family emergency and not be deployed for some time, joining up with his unit when his daughter is found or after a suitable time has passed.

    The two soldiers' cases could not be more diametrically opposed: One soldier using spurious reasoning (Obama's birth certificate) not to be sent to Afghanistan and another not fighting his deployment to Iraq although he has a missing daughter.

    The difference between the two men in these cases is striking: one soldier simply does not want to fufill his duty.


    Article:
    http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/1947338/obamas_birth_certificate_soldier_stefan.html?cat=9
     

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