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Post  steve1295 on Thu 8 Oct - 15:28

A little girl is missing in Austrilia or NZ ,it was in the hardcopy irish herald will check it out later xx

Link: http://www.herald.ie/national-news/devastated-parents-barely-existing-in-emotional-appeal-1907901.html


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Post  fishie on Thu 8 Oct - 15:31

Oh no!


I hope she is found safe and well.Please let us know when you have any more news.

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Post  Justiceforallkids on Thu 8 Oct - 15:49

shes missing in nz

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Post  fishie on Thu 8 Oct - 15:58

Aisling Symes has not been seen since Monday


Devastated parents 'barely existing' in emotional appeal
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By Jane Last


Thursday October 08 2009

"We're barely existing" the devastated Irish father of toddler Aisling Symes told a packed press conference in New Zealand today.

The heartbreak and agony was etched all over the faces of Aisling's devastated parents, Alan and Angela, as they pleaded for their daughter to be returned.

Grief-striken Angela, her head bowed throughout the conference, cried softly as her husband Alan spoke.

"These recent days have proved to be the most harrowing of our lives. No sleep, we feel like we're barely existing, surviving every moment not knowing where Aisling is. Is she near us? Or has she been moved far away?" Waterford man Alan told the press in a clear, but hushed, tone.

Sobbing

"Thoughts churn through us as we huddle close as a family and we try to wait to find out if there's anything," said Alan, while tenderly embracing his sobbing wife.

"To the people of New Zealand, who have offered their love, support, we'd like to say to you a big thank-you, particulary to church members, police and our community of West Auckland."

For the last segment of his statement, Alan's voice began to waiver and his wife cried a little more as he reminded the media once more that Aisling is their beloved daughter, and any information on her whereabouts would be greatly appreciated.

"Aisling is our two-year-old daughter, a sister of Caitlin, a cousin and a beloved niece and granddaughter. We want her back, so please if you have any information, any at all, please come forward," Alan urged.

At this stage, Angela couldn't contain her grief any more and the couple made a swift exit.

Inspector Gary Davey said police now had about 40 people on their criminal investigation team. He urged anyone who had Aisling to ensure she was returned home safely, either by coming to police or dropping her off at a safe point.

Insp Davey, who is heading up the investigation into Aisling's disappearance, gently guided Angela and Alan, telling the media it was a brave move on their part. Clearly unused to such attention, Aisling's disappearance has propelled her distraught parents into the spotlight as they make a desperate bid to find their daughter.

The press conference took place today in New Zealand at approximately 3pm (3am Irish time).

Suspected

The media briefing was the first time Aisling's parents spoke to the media since her suspected abduction on Monday close to her grandparents' home in Longburn Road, Henderson.

Insp Davey told the conference that police conducted a thorough search of the area with no sign of Aisling, and concerns are continuing to grow.

It was initially thought that Aisling might have wandered off and slipped into a nearby stream. However, following an extensive search of the area and no sign of the toddler, fears are growing that Aisling could have been snatched in an opportunistic abduction.

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Post  Susan on Thu 8 Oct - 15:59

Poor little girl went missing on 5th October


http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/2942061/Aislings-parents-deliver-emotional-plea

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Post  Guest on Thu 8 Oct - 16:01

De ja vu ?!

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Post  wjk on Thu 8 Oct - 16:04

I hope there's good news soon for this little girl, and she's brought home safely.

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Post  Justiceforallkids on Thu 8 Oct - 16:05

i have some compassion for this family they are not running around setting up funds wider agendas etc or are not insisting their little girl is alive and unharmed with a pedo

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Post  T4two on Thu 8 Oct - 16:38

Called in the McCanns yet? They're self-professed experts on abduction. A close friend of the family will be issuing a statement shortly no doubt to tell us all how devestated they are.

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Post  T4two on Thu 8 Oct - 16:45

pennylane wrote:I don't think the Mc's will draw this case to people's attention until they know more about the circumstances. I think they've learned by now, to be careful of jumping on any bandwagon unless they can be sure it suits their purpose.

OMG they're not as cynical and calculating as that surely? :Counting:

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Post  fishie on Thu 8 Oct - 16:53

Kate's advice to the devastated mother.'Go and get your highlights done dear,you'll feel so much better,in fact you'll feel like jogging!'

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Post  frankie stein on Thu 8 Oct - 16:54

T4two wrote:Called in the McCanns yet? They're self-professed experts on abduction. A close friend of the family will be issuing a statement shortly no doubt to tell us all how devestated they are.



God help us it will soon be time to roll out another suspect A Maori eggman, bundleman, George Harrison, Hewlitt lookeylikey who was seen by someone who has suffered amnesia this last two and a half years who saw him and Maddie boarding a Quantas plane on their way to New Zealand.

Time for Edgar to pack his pinstripes again

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Post  fishie on Thu 8 Oct - 17:14

"Police have to keep an open mind as far as all possibilities, whether she's gone missing through misadventure or has been abducted. I think it would be remiss if we didn't keep all avenues open," he said.


Let's hope that no one other than the NZ police get to decide that one scenario is the one to follow,by keeping an open mind and allowing all options they might just find this poor baby.

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as above

Post  halfamo on Thu 8 Oct - 17:23

Poor little mite.Lets hope its a happy ending.

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Post  Eve on Thu 8 Oct - 18:11

I do hope this little girl is found soon bless her

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Post  maebee on Thu 8 Oct - 18:19

fishie wrote:Kate's advice to the devastated mother.'Go and get your highlights done dear,you'll feel so much better,in fact you'll feel like jogging!'

Naughty fishie.

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Post  fishie on Thu 8 Oct - 20:22

maebee wrote:
fishie wrote:Kate's advice to the devastated mother.'Go and get your highlights done dear,you'll feel so much better,in fact you'll feel like jogging!'

Naughty fishie.

Please don't grass me to cart 'o muck maebee!

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Post  Lilemor on Thu 8 Oct - 20:44

lnorton wrote:De ja vu ?!


Yes, could be!
Indeed, IMO.

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Post  Guest on Fri 9 Oct - 0:59

Here we go!!! Sooooooo predicable.

Irish girl Aisling (2) abducted by stranger from relative's home in New Zealand

The case bears similarities to the disappearance of Madeleine McCann in Portugal last year.

http://www.herald.ie/national-news/irish-girl-aisling-2-abducted-by-stranger-from-relatives-home-in-new-zealand-1907912.html

Every missing child to the UK media is a Madeleine McCann NEVER an individual child in his/her own right with a name of their own. The UK media's obsession with the McCanns is absolutely sickening and taking away the "individuality" of every missing child because ONLY one missing child is named Madeleine McCann, the others have names and families of their very own so for God's sake show them some respect.

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Post  Justiceforallkids on Fri 9 Oct - 2:28

i thought maddie vanished in 2007 thats not last year its 2009!!!!

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Post  welshy on Fri 9 Oct - 7:44

I do hope this little one is found safe and well. Bless Her.

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Post  AnnaEsse on Fri 9 Oct - 8:26

The McCanns charade has left me so cynical of other parents reporting a small child missing. I find myself studying their words, their body language and every subtle nuance of reports. In Aisling's father's appeal I "hear," the McCanns' words. Maybe this is just the most well known case and the McCanns' appeals have provided some kind of template when words don't come, through fear and distress. Then I find myself cynically wondering about the template serving another purpose as the McCanns have been seen to be so successful they are home free.

I found the words, ".....are they changing her nappy," jumped out at me, with echoes of Oprah and the blanket. I don't know what I'd say I'd hope for if one of my children had gone missing. Thinking about my three-year-old grandson, would I manage to think of such things? I doubt it. Would I hope they'd change his nappy (had he been younger, of course!)? No. If I thought about his nappy being changed, I'd be so fearful that he would scream and kick when a stranger tried, that I'd be terrified they'd punish him to shut him up.

Si, here I am, feeling quite cynical. Sure, Aisling's mother is "weeping quietly," but then a little voice says, "She is avoiding looking at the cameras." She is aware enough is her distraught state to follow exactly what her husband is saying and to nod in the right places. Would I be? Probably not, but I remind myself not to judge according to how I would react. They only turmed their back for a couple of minutes? In a couple of minutes, a lively three-year-old could be quite a way away, as I know with our three-year-old.

Yes, I have become very cynical and I hope this little girl is OK.

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Post  lynn on Fri 9 Oct - 10:51

The father has said it is critical police find and Asian woman seen with the child about the time she went missing. They don't know whether she is involved in the disappearance. Well, no one knows yet. Hope this child is found soon alive and OK. She could have been swept out to sea though.

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Post  Lilemor on Fri 9 Oct - 12:29

AnnaEsse wrote:The McCanns charade has left me so cynical of other parents reporting a small child missing. I find myself studying their words, their body language and every subtle nuance of reports. In Aisling's father's appeal I "hear," the McCanns' words. Maybe this is just the most well known case and the McCanns' appeals have provided some kind of template when words don't come, through fear and distress. Then I find myself cynically wondering about the template serving another purpose as the McCanns have been seen to be so successful they are home free.

I found the words, ".....are they changing her nappy," jumped out at me, with echoes of Oprah and the blanket. I don't know what I'd say I'd hope for if one of my children had gone missing. Thinking about my three-year-old grandson, would I manage to think of such things? I doubt it. Would I hope they'd change his nappy (had he been younger, of course!)? No. If I thought about his nappy being changed, I'd be so fearful that he would scream and kick when a stranger tried, that I'd be terrified they'd punish him to shut him up.

Si, here I am, feeling quite cynical. Sure, Aisling's mother is "weeping quietly," but then a little voice says, "She is avoiding looking at the cameras." She is aware enough is her distraught state to follow exactly what her husband is saying and to nod in the right places. Would I be? Probably not, but I remind myself not to judge according to how I would react. They only turmed their back for a couple of minutes? In a couple of minutes, a lively three-year-old could be quite a way away, as I know with our three-year-old.

Yes, I have become very cynical and I hope this little girl is OK.



Hi AnnaEsse!
Unfortunately it is the same with me.
But let us wait.
Maybe time will tell...

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