quinta-feira, 10 de maio de 2012

Desaparecem da cama. Vidas sem defesa.

Pobres Crianças que desaparecem da cama.... Muitas desaparecem definitivamente mas no caso de  Isabel Mercedes Celis, de 6 anos 



a família que tenha cuidado porque K8 vai começar a cobrar direitos de autor, quer em Uk ou mesmo nos U.S.A.

Leiam e podem fazer um pequeno jogo substituindo o nome desta vítima e o da família dela:



What's new

There was no briefing by the Tucson Police Department about the case Wednesday, and the next briefing is set for today at 2 p.m. Today is Day 20 of the investigation, which began when Isabel, 6, was reported missing from her midtown Tucson home the morning of April 21.
This past weekend, a softball tournament and a concert raised $3,089 - bringing the total to more than $17,600 raised through fundraisers to help the Celis family. Included in the $17,600 raised is $11,600 donated to the Tucson Medical Center Foundation fund from donors throughout the country to help the Celis family.

What's next

Friends of Isabel's parents, Sergio and Becky Celis, and co-workers of Becky, a Tucson Medical Center nurse, continue hosting fundraisers to help the family and to pay for costs related to the search effort.
Volunteers have organized a candlelight walk for Isabel on May 18 at 7 p.m. at the volunteer center in the Office Max parking lot at the southeast corner of Broadway and Craycroft Road. Donations will be accepted at the center and during the walk.
So far
More than 1,000 tips have been reported. Isabel, 6, was reported missing from her midtown home April 21.
88-CRIME is offering a $50,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of anyone responsible for Isabel's disappearance. Private donors contributed $49,000 to the reward fund.