If the sighting in Columbus, OH was legit, that should be followed up. It sounds too good to be true, so I am iffy about it but for Amber Cammick to hear about a girl who looks exactly like Ali working in that area as a prostitute and that witnesses in Columbus identified Ali's picture as a girl that goes by the name Ali and the nickname Alleycats (which is a nickname Ali's family verified Ali used) is so weird. I can hardly find anything more about it online, but it is featured greatly on the Disappeared episode for Ali. I cannot believe that local law enforcement did not get involved sooner with this tip and try to verify that girls identity. They could have easily done it without raising suspicion or letting her handlers know what was going on. They could have sent in someone undercover to act like a customer who could have gotten her fingerprints or DNA without raising hardly any suspicion at all. For Columbus law enforcement to let this issue go for months while it was supposedly being investigated by a PI with their approval is nit just unprofessional, but immoral as well. I truly hope that this lead was not as good as portrayed on Disappeared because if it is true then someone dropped the ball. If what was portrayed in the Disappeared episode about the Columbus sighting is indeed true and the girl they were looking for could not be found after months of trying to verify her identity and then finally an actual police raid into the alleged crack house, then IMHO (as Lucille Ball would hear frequently) somebody has some explaining to do. Not only did that dragged out and unprofessional investigation not verify that girls identity, but it could have jeopardized the life of an already troubled girl who may not even have been the Ali they were looking for. I wish this lead would have been followed up more thoroughly and professionally if it was as legit as the episode portrayed and I hope that Ali's loved ones can get some answers.