WI WI - Alexis Patterson, 7, Milwaukee, 3 May 2002

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  1. Itsmevkb

    Itsmevkb Member

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    Her mother insisting that the dna test isn't correct reminds of Frederic Bourdin who pretended to be missing Nicholas Barclay and even lived with his family for months before being found out. They wanted their son back so badly that it didn't matter that his eye colored had changed, he had a French accent, etc. They just kept finding reasons to believe he was Nicholas. Denial can make us believe all sorts of things.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frédéric_Bourdin

    What I'm not quite sure I get though is that I'm pretty convinced the mom knows what happened to Alexis and if she does, then what is this? Is she in such deep denial that she honestly believes what she's saying?
     
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    very interesting words she used. Sounds like a slip or a reveal imho.
     
  3. Rayemonde

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    I've just been doing some research into Alexis' case, because there isn't much info at all on her thread. Here are a few snippets I found interesting.

    http://abcnews.go.com/US/story?id=91531&page=1
     
  4. Rayemonde

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    http://archive.jsonline.com/news/mi...n-dna-test-reveals-b99761841z1-386819771.html
     
  5. Rayemonde

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    2002:

    http://www.upi.com/Suspect-held-for-distributing-racist-flier/22781022778022/
     
  6. Rayemonde

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    2003:

    http://archive.jsonline.com/news/mi...cist-fliers-wont-be-prosecuted-385117171.html

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    Brian Werner
     
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    2002:

    http://archive.jsonline.com/news/mi...t-black-journalists-convention-385119051.html
     
  8. Rayemonde

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    2007:


    http://archive.jsonline.com/news/mi...disappearance-remains-unsolved-385122621.html
     
  9. liltexans

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    This case was on Crime Watch Daily today. There was nothing new, but it was nice to see this cold case getting some media attention.
     
  10. JerseyGirl

    JerseyGirl Staff Member Staff Member Forum Coordinators

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    Milwaukee's most high-profile missing child is Alexis Patterson. It's been 15 years since she vanished between her home and her neighborhood school. Her stepfather, LaRon Bourgeois, told Milwaukee police that he walked the child to elementary school and last saw her crossing the street near the school, according to Journal Sentinel reports. Alexis' mother called police after her 7-year-old daughter did not return home from school that day. School officials determined that Alexis did not show up for class that day. Bourgeois has been questioned and denied involvement in the girl's disappearance.

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    http://www.postcrescent.com/story/n...ho-they-wisconsins-missing-children/98347286/
     
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    Another year has passed and Alexis is still missing.
     
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    A few thoughts. Her stepfather was abusive. A bad sign.

    He supposedly left her at the school in the morning, Did anyone see him?

    Kids saw her crying before and after school at the playground. Kids are rarely good witnesses, first of all why would she stay there all day without entering school and if these kids saw her why didnt they speak to her? I dont think anyone saw her. That red truck may have had nothing to do with her.

    I think she had an argument with her stepfather and he accidentally killed her.
     
  18. dkspaceguitar

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    I believe this case can be solved and I believe LE knows the truth and is withholding the information. Families deserve closure.

    I have a story to tell.

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    And there is a red truck.
     
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