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Published: Saturday, July 26 2014 12:00 a.m. MDT

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Salt Lake City, UT

Some people are just digusting. No conscience.

Kaysville, UT

Someone has the list and control must not have been part of it. It is a shame that money still is a profit issue for people. They are always hunting for a golden egg at the price of children who were already taken advantage of for 1000s of miles and extreme danger. Terrorism is these kids threat every.

"the U.S., case workers for the nonprofit contact relatives. But at some point after that initial contact, scammers have been calling relatives and demanding money to complete the reunification process, Lee said.

I remember kids being kidnapped in countries where I lived and their arms and legs being broken to be more useful as beggars for the men who made money after kidnapping them. That was almost 50 years ago. These kids were being transported over international boundaries then.


Sounds like an inside job. Either that or the governments database has been hacked.

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