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Post  Susan on Sun 24 Aug - 17:51

"Here's a question for all you anxious parents out there who are busy wrapping your children in cotton wool this summer the better to protect them from the predatory paedophiles inevitably lurking behind every leylandii hedge.

Let's just suppose, in some sick parallel universe, that you wanted your children to be abducted. Let's imagine that you'd had enough of them and decided that your cunning plan was to chuck them out of the house then sit back and wait for some passing kid-snatcher to run off with them. How long do you think you'd have to wait? Warwick Cairns will tell you. It would take 200,000 years, he says. And then you'd get them back within 24 hours. If you wanted them to be taken for longer you'd need to hang about for around 600,000 years. Because in any one year the average child stands a 0.0005 per cent chance of being abducted by a stranger and a 0.00016 chance of not being recovered alive within 24 hours. And yet, obviously, this is not how most people perceive the risk at all."

http://women.timesonline.co.uk/tol/life_and_style/women/families/article4418620.ece

So how comes a child goes missing every 5 mintes in the UK then?

http://missingmadeleine.forumotion.net/children-in-need-or-missing-f11/a-child-disappears-every-five-minutes-in-the-uk-t505.htm
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Re: Abduction Statistics

Post  Guest on Sun 24 Aug - 22:19

Hmmmm....very odd. Good hunting Amber, interesting food for thought.
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