Posted by Yogini on Sunday, August 17, 2008
If you listened to War on Crime Radio tonight, you heard Levi suggesting a protest of Miami. I've included the show below, take a listen for yourself. Boycotting Miami is a great idea! If I lived outside of Miami, I'd be scared to visit here. Don't be fooled, Miami Dade Police are not like what you see on CSI:Miami or The First 48.
Lilly was a lifetime resident. She vanished June 1, 2007. Miami Dade Police have not properly investigated this case from the start. The case was assigned to a detective who was on vacation. No one did anything for months! The flyer was created over 2 months later. Police did not interview Christen Pacheco, her boyfriend and the last person to see Lilly alive, until many months after. The list goes on and on. Obstacle after obstacle. Up until the present moment, they are not cooperating or properly investigating the case. Just think about how they will treat a tourist!
This can happen to you or your loved one! Lilly's story is not special. People disappear from Miami every day. The problem comes in when police don't do their jobs and don't investigate. Civil servants (police) are paid by our tax dollars. There is no excuse for their disregard of human life! Miami Dade depends heavily on tourist dollars. Boycott my beautiful city and refuse to travel here until Miami Dade Police investigate Lilly's case. No one should have to endure the suffering that Lilly's family has had to endure. Is it a coincidence that the media in Miami rarely report on missing persons? I think not.
Help find Lilly. Boycott Miami. If boycotting is too big a task, then please please for the love of truth, make a phone call to to the US State Attorneys Office in Miami and politely ask them to investigate the possible homicide of Lilly Aramburo. It only takes a minute. The phone number for the State Attorney's Office in Miami is 305-961-9001. Also, please contact Attorney General Bill McCollum Office, the Contact Person is Sandi Copes at (850) 245-0150. If you'd like to contact Miami Dade Police, the detective's name is Aaron Mancha, his phone number is (305) 418-7245 and his email is email@example.com.