Posted by Yogini on Thursday, August 14, 2008
Wednesday night, War on Crime Radio with special co-host, domestic violence expert/author Susan Murphy-Milano, had a very informative and insightful live show with special guest and "No Body Prosecution" expert attorney Thomas A. DiBiase. For over 12 years, Tad worked as Assistant United States Attorney in the District of Columbia and prosecuted homicide cases for most of those years. The mysterious cases of Stacy Peterson, Lilly Aramburo, and Trenton Duckett were discussed.
Tad DiBiase offered his professional opinion and advice concerning Lilly's disappearance. He agrees, that police should have zeroed in on Christen Pacheco (her boyfriend & last person to see her alive) from the very beginning. He says that women don't just leave their children behind, even women with history of not treating their children very well. He says it's simply inexcusable that over a year later, Lilly's case is still being treated as a missing person. Miami Dade Police say they are operating as if she's still alive until they have evidence proving that she's not. That is a huge mistake, according to Tad. He says investigators need to face reality.
But don't take my word for it. Please listen for yourself, I've included the audio below. Take a listen and tell me what you think.
Help find Lilly. Make a phone call 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. Or consider emailing the Miami Herald and asking that they look into Lilly's case.
Some other ideas of ways you can help:
* Get involved. You can make a difference.
* Bookmark this blog, Stumble it, share it with friends
* If you have a blog, write about Lilly's story, we'd love you to include a link on your blog to this one
* If you use RSS feeders, subscribe to our blog and share it
* Join Lilly's Facebook group
* Add her as a friend on Myspace http://www.myspace.com/missinglillyaramburo and send out a bulletin sharing Lilly's story
* Contact your media, radio stations, newspapers, etc. Her case desperately needs media attention. The more who hear about her the better our chances of Lilly being found.
* Post Lilly's flyer at places like WalMart, Target, etc.
* Please keep Lilly and her family in your prayers.
Lilly's family and friends are very grateful for your support. Especially, to those who have made calls or sent emails for Lilly. A special thank you to Susan, Levi, Tad DiBiase, victim advocates, advocates for missing persons and everyone who stands for truth and justice. Always remember, "In the middle of difficulty lies opportunity" Albert Einstein.