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Post  Dimsie on Mon 8 Nov - 10:11

Police quiz missing Kiesha's sister, 3, as search enters 100th day

By Clementine Cuneo From: The Daily Telegraph November 08, 2010 12:00AM

Rob Smith and Kristi Abrahams said their daughter doesn't talk. Picture: John Grainger Source: The Daily Telegraph

Police quiz sister, 3, without parents present
Search for missing Kiesha enters 100th day
Police spent several hours quizzing toddler



HOMICIDE detectives have taken the extraordinary step of interviewing the three-year-old sister of missing girl Kiesha Abrahams without her parents being present.

As the search for the missing child enters its 100th day today, police confirmed they spent several hours with her younger sister Breeana in their quest for information.

Breanna's mother Kristi Abrahams and stepfather Robert Smith were not allowed in the interview room.

Breeana was accompanied by a social worker who has been in close contact with the family since Kiesha was reported missing from her Mt Druitt home, in Sydney's West, on August 1, as well as homicide detectives who have worked on the case.

Specialist investigators trained in working with children were brought in for the interview late last week, which included role playing to encourage the girl to speak to the officers.

But Ms Abrahams said yesterday she doubted if police achieved much by interrogating her youngest daughter.

"I know for a fact they got nothing, she doesn't talk," Ms Abrahams said.

She said the child is not comfortable around people she doesn't know, including the police. "She doesn't talk to the police, she doesn't talk to anyone," she said.

Ms Abrahams said Breeana has not been talkative since Kiesha went missing.

But she said Breeana often comments on her older sister's absence from the family, and says "Sissy gone".

Police would not comment on what had prompted them to formally speak with the child, one of the youngest people in NSW to be interviewed by police, other than to say it was about "right timing".

Six-year-old Kiesha was reported missing from her family's Woodstock Ave home.

Her mother and step-father have denied any involvement in her disappearance, and insist she was kidnapped or wandered off and met with foul play.

Residents in Western Sydney yesterday held a candle ceremony on the 100th day anniversary since her disappearance.

The ceremony is one of dozens which have been held at a shrine outside her home.

"We have to keep doing things for Kiesha, to keep her name out there, to get answers ... we have to," organiser Sharyn Greeves said.


http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/national/police-quiz-missing-kieshas-sister-3-as-search-enters-100th-day/story-e6frf7l6-1225949130959

Interesting comment from the mother - "I know for a fact they got nothing, she doesn't talk," Ms Abrahams said.

Hmm ...
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Post  mara thon on Sun 21 Nov - 11:47

Sounds familiar


http://interceder.net/news/Kiesha-Abrahams
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Post  Dimsie on Wed 1 Dec - 9:58

Interesting article about Kiesha and the local community - and read the comments (including one by an angry person called Kate!)

Kiesha Abraham mum's fury over exploiting name

LOCAL NEWS

24 NOV 10 @ 09:29AM BY SUSAN LIU

THE mother of missing Mt Druitt girl Kiesha Abrahams has criticised a Hebersham flea market named after her daughter.

Ms Abrahams blasted the organiser of Kiesha’s Flea Market - Albert Lafaele - for using the six-year-old’s name without her permission.

``I think he’s twisted and sick in the head for using my daughter’s name,’’ she said in an interview on TEN News last Monday night. It has been almost four months since Kiesha disappeared from her Woodstock Ave home.

She was last seen by her mother when she was put to bed on Saturday, July 31.

Ms Abrahams believed that the event was a means of making a profit from Kiesha’s case.

``I think it’s a scam because it’s a high-profile case,’’ she said.

``It should be shut down until there is a trust fund in place.’‘

Recently the Standard reported that Mr Lafaele (a Hebersham resident) set up the flea market to raise money for a trust fund.

Mr Lafaele, 46, said he was not fazed by her comments and that he would continue to run the market.

``I feel she should be thanking us. The community spirit at the market is amazing,’’ he said.

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Kathy
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1 Dec 10 at 10:57am
It is good for the community to keep Kiesha's name alive so that whoever is responsible for her disappearance will be nudged and reminded that no-one is going to let Kiesha be out of sight, out of mind.

The saying goes that it takes a community /village to raise a child so let us all see Kiesha's name at the marketplace as a beacon and reminder of this.

Good on you Mr Lafaele. If one of my children disapperared I would be encouraged and comforted to know that there were efforts being made to keep her memory alive and not forgotten.

I find Kiesha's mother's use of venom in her words unusual considering her lack of willingness and disinclination in expending any energy in even actually taking part in looking for her little one! Her anger should be towards those responsible for her disappearance not for those responsible for keeping Kiesha's name alive.

Keep Kiesha's name out there so the people responsible can't think they are going to get away with it!

Kate
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25 Nov 10 at 10:58am
I was driving in the Druitt one Saturday and saw the sign. It made me sick; what kind of people do that. I was so angry about it.

Azza9
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25 Nov 10 at 08:53am
Too soon Mr Lafail. Too soon.

Jacqui
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25 Nov 10 at 12:10am
Kiesha if you are alive may the whole world see your beautiful face soon; and if you are in heaven may you be comforted by Jesus. Kiesha, somebody knows what has happened to you. They may get away with it on Earth but from God nothing can be hidden. All those who suffer on earth find eternal peace with God. Kiesha I don't know you but feel so much sadness when I think what cruel and wicked people can do to somebody so innocent as you. God has given us all choices and freedom; let us hope each day more and more people would use their choice in a manner in helping one another. May harsh judgement come to those who hurt you. So many mothers don't deserve the precious gift of having a child. GOD BLESS YOU GORGEOUS!!!!!

Ben
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24 Nov 10 at 09:51pm
Mother: "Damn, I was hoping everyone had forgotten by now!"

I swear it's like clockwork. Everything she does and has done, to me, reeeeeeeks of being guilty.

It's like a child's amateurish attempts to avoid being caught, but amazingly there's not enough evidence for a case.

This thing's fishier than the fishiest fishing trip at Fishington during the annual fishing festival fishoff.

Laurene Zammit
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24 Nov 10 at 01:06pm
I think the mother has every right. I personally think Kiesha is being a little exploited ... we are all concerned for Kiesha ... making money of her at a flea market is a little off-putting for me.

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24 Nov 10 at 12:20pm
That's ridiculous. I feel sorry for Kiesha; she was so innocent and cute

Karen
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24 Nov 10 at 10:23am
I think Kiesha`s mother should be gratefull for everything that everyone has done for this little girl since they have done absolutly nothing in the aim to help find her. Keisha'd parents should be so ashamed of themselves.

Danielle
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24 Nov 10 at 10:23am
Well done, such a great tribute and I think stuff what her mother says sounds like she is not prioritising her concerns...like putting her missing daughter first, not a place that's using her name and keeping her memory going. Good work

Melissa
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24 Nov 10 at 10:17am
Oh quick set up a "trust" fund for Kiesha's family so as not to exploit her name. Maybe they could use the money instead for a reward that leads to the arrest of her kidnapper or those who hurt her. Or maybe it could go to funding the jail costs for those that are guilty. And yes she should be thanking them; they are keeping her name in the news, which keeps people thinking about her, and remembering her face.


http://mt-druitt-standard.whereilive.com.au/news/story/kiesha-abraham-mums-fury-over-exploiting-name/

Maybe the parents would like to trademark Kiesha's name? The similarities in attitude are astonishing, it's like they're following a manual.
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