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2 year anniversary on 1st January 2010

Post  Guest on Tue 29 Dec - 10:09

Amy will be 2 years missing on 1st January 2008. Audrey & Dave are finding it really hard this year. They have had a really hard last few months with Amy being missing and Audrey's niece Beverley being killed so tragically.

This is my message of support to them both

Audrey & Dave.

Never ever did I think when I met you both that 2 years on Amy would be still missing. You are an inspiration to other parents of missing kids. You have done everything you possibly can to find Amy and even the days where you couldn't see a light at the end of the tunnel you still got up and fought for Amy. 2 years on you are still trying to find ways to keep Amy's face in the public eye. I am glad I got the opportunity to help you both with your search for Amy as I learnt a lot from you both.
Amy is loved so much by so many people and I know until the day she is found you will always be out there looking for her, keeping her posters up and doing all you can to find your baby buntin.

The next few days I know will be very hard for you as you have to face another New Year without Amy. I have my candle burning for Amy and it will not go out until the day she is found. I hope 2010 brings some news on Amy and you can bring her back home to you where she belongs.

Forever in my thoughts

your friend

Antoinette

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Re: 2 year anniversary on 1st January 2010

Post  Susan on Tue 29 Dec - 10:57

Antoinette I just called Audrey and she sounds far better now than she did 2 months ago.....

It's Amy's 2nd anniversary on the 1st and Bev's 2 month on the 2nd so she isnt looking forward to that....anyways thats why I called her today and not later!

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Post  Guest on Tue 29 Dec - 11:23

Ambersuz wrote:Antoinette I just called Audrey and she sounds far better now than she did 2 months ago.....

It's Amy's 2nd anniversary on the 1st and Bev's 2 month on the 2nd so she isnt looking forward to that....anyways thats why I called her today and not later!

I'll ring her tomorrow to see how she is. After tomorrow she doesn't be really up for talking so I leave her to do her own thing for Amy for new years eve & day. Those 2 days are hardest for her which is only natural. I just wish there was a way 2 find Amy & bring her home for her.

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Re: 2 year anniversary on 1st January 2010

Post  wjk on Tue 29 Dec - 12:37

Thinking of of you both, Audrey and Dave , at this sad time.
I hope 2010 brings you good news and your baby is brought home to you safe and well.

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Re: 2 year anniversary on 1st January 2010

Post  Susan on Tue 29 Dec - 16:16

eddie wrote:I cannot believe we still have no news.
This year has to be the year for answers....

Thinking of Audrey, Dave and Dean x
Please know that there are people here who are supporting you x

I think what keeps Audrey and Dave going is knowing people support them eds.....also it really helps that the Guardia Civil havent given up on Amy and look at each lead they get and all they need is one little lead!!

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Two years since Amy vanished

Post  Guest on Sun 3 Jan - 13:51

Two years since Amy vanished, I know our hopes are slim -

The mother of Dublin teenager Amy Fitzpatrick, who disappeared in the south of Spain on New Year's Day two years ago, has said reports of attempted abductions in the area her daughter vanished have left her holding out only slim hopes she is alive.

Audrey Fitzpatrick also said she would never leave her Fuengirola home until she finds Amy, and that her daughter's pink bedroom still remains untouched there, waiting for her return.

For the second anniversary of Amy's mysterious vanishing, Audrey said she would try to cope with the loss just like she does any other day.

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Amy was 15 when she disappeared, and was last seen walking home from a friend's house near Mijas on the Costa del Sol at 10pm on New Year's Day 2008. She had taken a short-cut up a dirt lane after babysitting, and vanished without her passport or money.

Amy is originally from Donaghmede but moved to Spain in 2004 with her mother Audrey.

Her brother, Dean, has recently returned to Ireland to live with their father.

Asked what she thought the chances are that Amy was still alive, Audrey paused before saying: "We still have hope, you have to, but I think there is a 1pc chance that she ran away and a 99pc chance that she was abducted."

But as time goes on Audrey feels that the chances of Amy making contact grow slimmer.

"For her to not have made contact with us, especially with me or her brother, we were all very close, is just unbelievable," she said. "And for her not to have got in touch when her cousin was killed makes me think she is either not able or she is not around."

Amy's cousin, singer Beverley O'Sullivan, was killed in a car crash in India at the beginning of November.

Audrey also said that recent reports in newspapers of possible attempted abductions of young teenagers in her town had left her worried.

"There were reports of two men trying to grab two young girls into a van on November 23, and the older sister of a girl my son went to school with, who is also 15, was almost snatched at a supermarket," said Audrey.

"I also had a call from a woman locally who said the same thing happened to her two young granddaughters."

But despite the recent reports and the constant reminders of Amy's own disappearance, Audrey is determined to continue living in the shadows of her daughter's vanishing.

"I will never leave here while we don't know where Amy is. I even get anxious going back to Ireland for a few days because I fear that it might be a time where Amy could have plucked up the courage to come home and there would be nobody here," said Audrey.

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"Her room is still the same for her, all pink, the way she painted it herself. Some things have been added, like holy water, a lucky leprechaun, and the pink packaged Kylie perfume set my son bought for me last Christmas. Amy would have taken it from me anyway so it might as well be in her room," she said.

Audrey told the Herald that she still had monthly meetings with Spanish authorities and investigators, but that no new evidence or leads had come to light. "The help people have given us is incredible, and even in the last few months an Irish developer has funded two massive billboards on the motorway here," she said.

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Re: 2 year anniversary on 1st January 2010

Post  Susan on Sun 3 Jan - 15:50

I feel so sad for Audrey that her whole day is made up of trying to find ways of keeping Amy's name in the press...

And she has to work so hard for that herself with no help at all from anyone!

Thats determination for you and that shows how loving a mother she is!

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Re: 2 year anniversary on 1st January 2010

Post  Guest on Sun 3 Jan - 15:53

I don't know how she copes.

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Re: 2 year anniversary on 1st January 2010

Post  Guest on Sun 3 Jan - 16:34

She never stops. She & Dave are always coming up with some other way or another to keep Amy in the public eye. Even when Audrey is having a bad day her determination to find Amy gets her out of bed. She is one woman I have the height of admiration for. Amy is very lucky to have a mother like Audrey & as stepdad like Dave. They will never let Amy be forgotten until the day she is found.

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Post  Guest on Sun 3 Jan - 16:41

Antoinette wrote:She never stops. She & Dave are always coming up with some other way or another to keep Amy in the public eye. Even when Audrey is having a bad day her determination to find Amy gets her out of bed. She is one woman I have the height of admiration for. Amy is very lucky to have a mother like Audrey & as stepdad like Dave. They will never let Amy be forgotten until the day she is found.

That is a mother's love for you.
My heart goes out to her x

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Re: 2 year anniversary on 1st January 2010

Post  Guest on Sun 3 Jan - 16:48

Has Clarence Mitchell done much, is he still involved. ??

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Re: 2 year anniversary on 1st January 2010

Post  Susan on Sun 3 Jan - 16:49

Antoinette wrote:She never stops. She & Dave are always coming up with some other way or another to keep Amy in the public eye. Even when Audrey is having a bad day her determination to find Amy gets her out of bed. She is one woman I have the height of admiration for. Amy is very lucky to have a mother like Audrey & as stepdad like Dave. They will never let Amy be forgotten until the day she is found.

Thats why I find it terrible that so many people are ignoring their plight!

Surely one mega rich investor would come forward and help them.....even if its to get bloody publicity for himself!

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Re: 2 year anniversary on 1st January 2010

Post  Susan on Sun 3 Jan - 16:51

Laffin Assasin wrote:Has Clarence Mitchell done much, is he still involved. ??

No he isnt!

He was all mouth and no action! He just used them to get Maddie's name in the news

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