Help for Missing Person Cases Ignored by Media




Can you feel the buzz of excitement in the air? (No, I'm not referring to the possibility of Barack Obama taking the White House in November!)
All the elements in the universe are coming together perfectly to create a meaningful resource and advocacy for victims, their families and lovers of truth and justice everywhere...in the form of Justice Interrupted Crime Radio Network. A threesome made up of Susan Murphy-Milano, Stacy Dittrich, and Robin Sax. These women offer insight in the criminal justice and victims advocacy field.

Be sure to mark your calenders for the premiere show coming to you live - Tuesday, September 2, 2008. The show will highlight the Case of Rachel Conger, (pictured above) a mother who vanished March of 2008. Rachel was trying to leave her abusive husband. He abducted her March 13, 2008. His body was found 3 days later with a self-inflicted gunshot wound. The case of missing Miami mother, my friend, Lilly Aramburo, (pictured with her baby) will also be discussed. Along with the wife of a Law Enforcement Officer who lives in constant fear for her life. She will share her story and safety concerns.

Radio Show Premiere
Tuesday, September 2, 2008
Time: 7 PM /PST 9 PM /CST 10 PM/EST
Call -In Number to the Show: 914-338-0663

Radio Show Link- http://www.blogtalkradio.com/justiceinterrupted

UPDATE
I made a HUGE mistake about Justice Interrupted and Susan Murphy-Milano. I would not recommend anyone needing help to go to them. I learned a very valuable lesson for trusting Susan Murphy-Milano, the hard way. Please see the following post for more info: Sincerest Apology to Christen Pacheco

The Birth of Justice Interrupted Crime Investigation Radio Network

I have some exciting news to share with you. Published Author and Victims Advocate, Susan Murphy Milano, Stacy Dittrich, a law enforcement officer and Robin Sax, a sex-crimes D.A - joined forces to create the Justice Interrupted Crime Investigation Network. The focus of their alliance is to provide justice to victims of unsolved murders, rape, abducted children, family violence, missing person cases, domestic violence, cold cases and crimes against children. All three women have worked tirelessly for victims. I trust they will bring much needed attention to many important cases that have been ignored by traditional media and remained unsolved.

Personally, I am relieved. As the Spokesperson, for a missing mother, I know from experience how frustrating it is to get media attention. I know what it's like to spend endless hours making phone calls to the press, emailing newspapers, radio stations and news channels, contacting anyone having the ability to publish a story. All in vain. I've come to the sad conclusion that media (especially locally) suffer from Missing White Woman Syndrome. There is a clear bias. Media attention has everything to do with the right race, age, social class and gender. Otherwise, don't expect them to cover your story. Notice that most women who get plastered all over the news are usually attractive, white, and middle to upper-class. Things would have turned out very differently if Lilly had white skin and came from a wealthy family. The Miami Herald doesn't care about a Hispanic woman who lived in Kendall and went missing.

UPDATE 12/20/08 and WARNING
Since this post, I've learned that Susan Murphy-Milano is not to be trusted. For more info on my experience with Susan, please see my Sincerest Apology to Christen You see, I was lied to by Susan. She told me she had evidence (GPS and credit card records) which proved Christen Pacheco (Lilly's fiance) was responsible for her murder. All lies...

*Please be very careful if you're thinking of going to Justice Interrupted for help.*

Sign Missing Persons Day Petition - Change the World!


Consider this. On any given day, there are as many as 100,000 active missing person cases in the United States, and every year, tens of thousands of people vanish under suspicious circumstances.

According the FBI, National Crime Information Center (NCIC) there are 105,229 active missing adult cases in the United States as of 1/1/2008. And 6,954 active cases of unidentified persons. Keep in mind, it is not yet mandated by law for law enforcement to include the Unidentified persons into the NCIC database. Many cases are never reported to law enforcement or entered into the NCIC. If it were fully utilized to its potential can you imagine the results?

With that said, take a moment to reflect on all the missing children, missing mothers, all the countless missing...worldwide. Think of their mothers, family & friends - what must it feel like to realize your loved one has VANISHED. I understand that this is not something you may enjoy doing. Ordinary folks don't think of such depressing things. But can you just imagine for a second, the hell it must be to not know where you're son/daughter is? The panic, fear & rush of thoughts, are they being harmed; are they alive/dead...? What a helpless & horrific experience for a human being to have to endure! Every missing child and adult is someone's son or daughter, wife/husband, sister, grandmother, friend; This is an enormous problem throughout the world.

How about signing a petition for a Missing Persons Day to honor the missing and their families? I think it would be very helpful. The petition has the potential of making that day manifest! It would emphasize awareness of the suffering families around the world experience on a daily basis and encourage conversation and media attention (needed so desperately). It would help create change. No matter what country you live in, sign it and kindly forward to your friends. You can make a difference right now.

Missing mother Lilly Aramburo's Poster on Second Life - Thanks Project Jason!


Project Jason is a nonprofit organization that provides assistance to families of the missing by providing resources and support. They create awareness in a myriad of ways to help bring them home. It was founded by the parents of Jason Jolkowski, who disappeared June 13th, 2001. Making it their mission to help others dealing with the loss of a missing loved one. Recently, they found an excellent way of obtaining awareness.

Project Jason is the first missing persons’ assistance organization to have a property in a new area of Nonprofit Commons, a section within the virtual world, Second Life. Their theme is “Every Face Tells a Story” and the site exhibits special posters of missing persons. These posters contain articles written exclusively for Project Jason in Second Life, contributed by the families of each missing person featured. All of the posters and objects are clickable, taking you to the featured link on Project Jason's site for news and information about the missing person.

If you're on Second Life, please visit Project Jason's Office. If you're interested in getting an account, it's free. All you have to do is register. Please consider donating $27 to Project Jason for Jason's 27th Birthday Campaign. Their goal is to raise $2,700 by October 6th, the 5th anniversary of Project Jason.

WARNING - Extortionist Targeting Families of the Missing


A few weeks ago, I received an email from someone that said they had information about missing mother, Lilly Aramburo. I knew it was some sort of hoax. My intuition is rarely (if ever) wrong. Here's the email below:

John <lutrija98@gmail.com>
reply-to johndoe19@ymail.com
date Sun, Jul 27, 2008 at 3:30 PM
subject I have information on your missing person

Dear ,
I have an important information on your missing person.
Reply this email and i will give you more information.
Awaiting your reply
John


I responded back and said 'I'm listening.' Then he sent this:

John <frankzodos@yahoo.com>
reply-to johndoe19@ymail.com
date Sun, Jul 27, 2008 at 4:39 PM
subject Info on Lucely

Dear ,
Lucely is being held by a serial rapist-kidnapper,who kidnaps and holds women captive for sex.

I know the kidnappers house and the exact location on his property were he is holding her and few other women captive.I managed to have this information because i am a handyman and i did some work recently near the place he is holding these women.

I will only give you the kidnappers address and the exact location on his property were he is holding her if you can pay $20,000 dollars only.You will pay $10,000 dollars in advance and pay the balance of $10,000 dollars when i give you the address and she is rescued.

For security reasons,i want to remain anonymous so please don't inform the police or anybody about my communication with you until i give you the exact location of were she is being held.If you inform the police or anybody about my communication with you now you wont hear from me again and i wont give you the location.

Awaiting your reply
John


I did some research and learned that this person has been targeting families of the missing and trying to extort money from them. What a sick individual(s)! That's some heavy karma they're creating.

Peggy Florence, who's daughter, Jasmine Haslag disappeared last June (just like Lilly) was targeted. She has a website She wrote this public warning on her website:

"Just know that if you receive any correspondence from a person stating they know the location of your missing loved one, that they are being held hostage/captive by someone and they are asking for an amount of money to provide you with information about your loved one, it is a scam intended to extort money from you. This person or persons truly have no information about your loved one, and they intend to take your money and run. These vultures will prey upon anyone, and this is no different then all the other internet money scams that go on everyday, except that they are preying upon very vulnerable persons and they know that these families are desperate to find their loved one, very hopeful of finding the loved one alive, and vulnerable to grabbing at any straws or leads, and they see the horrible situation of having a missing loved one as a very profitable scam to run."

If you are a victim of this scam artist, please contact your local FBI.

Boycott Miami!!


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 amancha@mdpd.com.

Prayers for Our Missing Loved Ones

These prayers, I dedicate to all missing loved ones. May they be free of suffering.

Universal Love Aspiration

Through the working of Great Compassion in their hearts,
May all beings have happiness and the causes of happiness,
May all be free from sorrow and the causes of sorrow;
May all never be separated from the sacred happiness, which is sorrowless;
And may all live in equanimity, Without too much attachment and too much aversion; and live believing in the equality of all that lives

Buddha's Discourse on Good Will

May all beings be filled with joy and peace.
May all beings everywhere,
The strong and the weak,
The great and the small,
The mean and the powerful,
The short and the long,
the subtle and the gross:
May all beings everywhere,
Seen and unseen,
Dwelling far off or nearby,
Being or waiting to become:
May all be filled with lasting joy.
Let no one deceive another,

Let no one anywhere despise another,
Let no one out of anger or resentment
Wish suffering on anyone at all.
Just as a mother with her own life
Protects her child, her only child, from harm,
So within yourself let grow
A boundless love for all creatures.

Let your love flow outward through the universe,
To its height, its depth, its broad extent,
A limitless love, without hatred or enmity.
Then as you stand or walk,
Sit or lie down,
As long as you are awake,
Strive for this with a one-pointed mind;
Your life will bring heaven to earth.

Tune in Live - Coverage of Lilly Aramburo's Case at War on Crime Radio


Tonight, Sunday August 17, 2008 War on Crime Radio is hosting another exciting show with Levi Page and co-host Susan Murphy-Milano. Tune in as they discuss child predators, and continue their in-depth coverage of Lilly's case. With special guest, Thomas Lauth. Thomas is an Investigator that specializes in missing person investigations. I hope you all join me. And participate in the discussion by calling (347) 838-9781 during the show!
It airs TONIGHT Sunday at 10PM EST/9CST.

To listen GO HERE: War on Crime Radio

Call in number is (347)838-9781. I urge everyone with a connection to the case, to call and express yourselves. If you're too shy, then leave comments on the blog. I'd love to hear them.

Thank you, Levi and War on Crime!

War on Crime Radio "No Body Murders" Episode You Don't Want to Miss!





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.
rhirsch@MiamiHerald.com
magarcia@MiamiHerald.com

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.

Missing Mother, Lilly Aramburo - Son is Almost Two!

Lilly Aramburo Texas Equusearch FlyerImage by seoyogini via Flickr


Lilly Aramburo Texas Equusearch Flyer
Originally uploaded by seoyogini
Next month, Lilly's little boy turns two. This little boy is the spitting image of his mother. I wonder what it must be like for him, living without her.

Seems like just the other day, I got the phone call from David, his father, telling me Lilly was having the baby. I got ready as fast as I possibly could, jumped in my car and drove to from my apartment in Miami Beach to Hollywood to witness the baby's birth.

So much has changed since then. That precious newborn is a toddler now, exploring the world around him. Without his mom. And without his dad. That's "impermanence" for you.

And so it deeply saddens me to realize this child will grow up without both parents. But despite it all, he's always happy, very bright and full of life. His grandmother has given so much love and attention.

Can you please help find his mom?

Help spread the news of this missing mother from Miami. There are many ways to help.

Email me, if you're interested. Or leave a comment on the blog. And I'll get right back to you.

Happy Birthday, sweet baby! May you always be joyous & happy and free from suffering!
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