All posts tagged: missing children

Statement Analyst Peter Hyatt Updates Missing Baby Ayla Case

The Susan Murphy Milano Show, “Time’s Up!” Thursdays at 2pm ET Listen LIVE at: Here Women Talk By now everyone has seen the headlines and heard the TV analysts talk about the missing toddler from Maine, Ayla Reynolds, missing from her father’s home since December 17, 2011 where three adults were present.  Peter Hyatt has been at the center of the case, scrutinizing the statements from the many dysfunctional players surrounding the facts of the case.  He will bring us the latest updates on what direction the case is headed, if baby Ayla will be found, and what he sees within the statements and evidence. Peter Hyatt The central theme of Peter Hyatt’s personal blog is “Statement Analysis“, a method of linguistic polygraphy which seeks to discern truth from deception found within speech. Many of these cases are discussed on “The Peter Hyatt Show” on Blog Talk Radio, or on the shows of others which invite Peter Hyatt to appear. Peter Hyatt works with law enforcement, private citizens, attorneys, and other organizations, particularly on missing persons cases. …

Lindsey Baum and Jared Hillman Cases Featured on Crime Wire

  http://www.crimewiresite.com  Tuesday, January 5, 9pm ET http://www.blogtalkradio.com/crimewire Jared Hillman, a  23-year-old Army Reservist had only been home three weeks following a deployment to Iraq when he was found dead on August 9, 2009, of an apparently self-inflected gunshot wound. However, a $400,000 life insurance policy of which Jared’s estranged wife was beneficiary, and cell phone records that show the wife placed a nearly five minute call to Jared’s cell phone some three hours after he had allegedly killed himself, raised questions about the suicide ruling. Joining us to discuss the case will be Jared’s aunt, Kim Busbea, and Jerry Mitchell,investigative reporter with The Clarion-Ledger.  Information about Jared Hillman: http://www.crimewiresite.com/apps/blog/show/5725778-jared-hillman Monica Caison of CUE Center for Missing Persons will join us in the second segment.  We will be featuring the case of Lindsey Baum, a 10 year old little girl missing from McCleary, WA since June 26, 2009. Information about Lindsey Baum: http://www.ncmissingpersons.org/index.php?s=lindsey+baum   Be sure to keep up to date on featured cases and issues on our website:  http://crimewiresite.com Join Susan each Tuesday night at 9pm ET with …

Family of Missing Teenager, Phylicia Barnes, on Peas In Their Pods Radio

16 year old Phylicia Barnes has been missing from Baltimore, MD since December 28.  Amid rumors and inaccurate reporting from media sources, the family has agreed to appear with Peas In Their Pods on BlogTalk Radio Sunday night, January 2,  at 7pm Central, 8pm Eastern. Direct link to the show:  http://www.blogtalkradio.com/peasintheirpods/2011/01/10/peas-in-their-pods Call in with questions, comments or tips:  (646) 595-4664 UPDATE: There were two shows devoted to information about the case of Phylicia Barnes with her parents and family members. Please take these links and spread on your blog, website or social media sites until Phylicia is found: Part 1 http://www.blogtalkradio.com/peasintheirpods/2011/01/03/a-missing-daughterphylicia-barnes Part 2 http://www.blogtalkradio.com/peasintheirpods/2011/01/04/phylicia-simone-barnes

Welcome To Peas In Their Pods

Every 40 seconds a child is reported missing in the United States. Under 45% are African American Children. With disturbing figures like these being reported, Janice Lowery and Gaetane Borders joined forces in 2007 and created an organization that would bring awareness to the problems facing families with missing children who, in some cases, did not meet the required criteria of the Amber Alert System.  They found a way to “bridge the gap” for those children and their families by creating the “Rilya Alert.” “We do not take the place of the Amber Alert System. We simply pick up where they leave off or never engage due to program criteria.” Volunteers across the internet can come together to gather information, interact and keep abreast of current cases at the Peas In Their Pods network on the Ning platform.  There you can join in discussions, offer help and find many who join together with one common goal, to help find the missing children. Each week Janice and Gaetane host a radio show on BlogTalk Radio to …