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Post  jejune on Mon 9 Dec - 21:36

http://thecolemanexperience.wordpress.com/2013/03/27/what-happened-to-andrew-gosden/

"It’s a tragic fact that thousands of children go missing from the UK every year.  Many of them are never found.  The authorities refuse to keep official records on the number who disappear.  Why?  What is really happening to Britain’s missing children?

Take the tragic case of 14 year old Andrew Gosden.  In September 2007, he disappeared from the face of the earth.  Andrew was a quiet boy and a very gifted mathematician.  On the day he went missing, Andrew withdrew £200 from his bank account.  This was the last time the account was ever used."


I don't know Andrew.  I don't know his family or friends.  What I hate is the fact that he is a child that's disappeared in a so-called civilised country, and there seems to be no real resources put into place to search for what has happened to him.  How can we possibly criticise other countries within Europe for not being able to find out what happened to a three-year-old who disappeared from a private holiday apartment, whilst her siblings slept, and her parents dined elsewhere, when we don't seem to care about what has happened to children like Andrew?

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Re: Keeping other children in the news

Post  kitti on Tue 10 Dec - 7:48

I don't think he planned to go missing.



He was a very bright boy.


Going to kings cross.....pervs paradise...supposedly paedos wait and watch for trains coming into this station.

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Re: Keeping other children in the news

Post  jejune on Wed 11 Dec - 20:24

Unfortunately, Kitti, that's always been my fear. I think Andrew, who was very young at the time he disappeared, met with bad people who know what they're looking for and exploit children. At the very least, I hope that Andrew's family will find out where he is, or what has happened to him.

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