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(LA Times)   Body of 14 year old girl from Georgia who was kidnapped at gunpint in a home invasion found 25 miles from her home. Bonus: The body is still alive and doing well   (latimes.com) divider line 41
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2013-09-19 02:40:34 AM
What a gunpint may look like:

gadgethim.com
 
2013-09-19 02:42:34 AM
Bonus: crew-served assault gunpint:

www.thetruthaboutguns.com
 
2013-09-19 04:28:06 AM
Next time subby you can try "14 year old kidnapped girl from Georgia is dead... dead happy to be back home!!"
 
2013-09-19 07:56:08 AM
Gerogia : a county next to Rssuia and former member of the Svioet Oniun.
 
2013-09-19 07:59:21 AM
FTA  "According to police, the robbers broke into the family's home in an Atlanta suburb at 2:15 a.m. Tuesday, demanding money and jewelry. When Perez's mother told them there was none, they kidnapped Ayvani and shot the family dog"

Normally I'm opposed to the death penalty, but Georgia...you go right ahead if you want to.
 
2013-09-19 08:01:00 AM

SpdrJay: Gerogia : a county next to Rssuia and former member of the Svioet Oniun.


Gerogia: No country for old men.
 
2013-09-19 08:02:01 AM
Subby was definitely drunk.
 
2013-09-19 08:03:46 AM
Go on, subby...

/having a seat right over there
 
2013-09-19 08:05:24 AM
I'm glad the kidnappers were caught sayof.
 
2013-09-19 08:05:26 AM
Another twist: the abductee's mother was once arrested for dope dealing with one of the abductors.

Go back to bed, frightened suburban housewives. Nobody is going to home-invade you and snatch your chillun.
 
2013-09-19 08:09:46 AM
I'm just glad that girl is back home. I hope she wasn't violated.
 
2013-09-19 08:11:34 AM

MREbomber: What a gunpint may look like:

[gadgethim.com image 500x523]


i1046.photobucket.com
Get blasted!
 
2013-09-19 08:21:22 AM
I'm always a bit late to the party, but here's mine:

bbguns4less.co.uk

Bukkake!
 
2013-09-19 08:22:22 AM
Totally random....riiiight.
 
2013-09-19 08:25:11 AM

McDougal: Totally random....riiiight.


Probably about as random as that girl who was kidnapped after her mother and brother were killed and they found all those letters she had sent to her kidnapper who then left her family his insurance money, and jumped on the internet to have some weird chat as soon as she got home....still waiting for the whole true story on that one
 
2013-09-19 08:33:32 AM

OhioUGrad: McDougal: Totally random....riiiight.

Probably about as random as that girl who was kidnapped after her mother and brother were killed and they found all those letters she had sent to her kidnapper who then left her family his insurance money, and jumped on the internet to have some weird chat as soon as she got home....still waiting for the whole true story on that one


The news cycle has moved on to another flavor. We'll never hear any more about it.
 
2013-09-19 08:35:18 AM

A Leaf in Fall: Subby was definitely drunk.


I sure hope so given that headline.
 
2013-09-19 08:38:33 AM

WTFDYW: OhioUGrad: McDougal: Totally random....riiiight.

Probably about as random as that girl who was kidnapped after her mother and brother were killed and they found all those letters she had sent to her kidnapper who then left her family his insurance money, and jumped on the internet to have some weird chat as soon as she got home....still waiting for the whole true story on that one

The news cycle has moved on to another flavor. We'll never hear any more about it.


I was waiting to hear more about that story. Then I forgot about it.
 
2013-09-19 08:45:32 AM
The dingo returned her baby?
 
2013-09-19 08:55:02 AM

Hal5423: I'm always a bit late to the party, but here's mine:



Bukkake!


That would be "beerkkake".
 
2013-09-19 08:58:58 AM

badhatharry: WTFDYW: OhioUGrad: McDougal: Totally random....riiiight.

Probably about as random as that girl who was kidnapped after her mother and brother were killed and they found all those letters she had sent to her kidnapper who then left her family his insurance money, and jumped on the internet to have some weird chat as soon as she got home....still waiting for the whole true story on that one

The news cycle has moved on to another flavor. We'll never hear any more about it.

I was waiting to hear more about that story. Then I forgot about it.


It is sounding very familiar to me, but there have been so many farked up stories since then - anyone got a link?

As to this one, I called it back then that it wasn't random. Random burglars want to get away. They do not want to drag baggage along from a family who obviously can't pay ransom. If they wanted to rape her, they would have raped her right there in the home.
 
2013-09-19 09:02:36 AM

badhatharry: WTFDYW: OhioUGrad: McDougal: Totally random....riiiight.

Probably about as random as that girl who was kidnapped after her mother and brother were killed and they found all those letters she had sent to her kidnapper who then left her family his insurance money, and jumped on the internet to have some weird chat as soon as she got home....still waiting for the whole true story on that one

The news cycle has moved on to another flavor. We'll never hear any more about it.

I was waiting to hear more about that story. Then I forgot about it.


Forgot about what? I hear there'll be a Miley thread today.
 
2013-09-19 09:04:28 AM
So was this headline submitted by a Jerry's kid or something?   Winner of the special olympic's gets a greenlight by Drew?

No way the subby was winner...
 
2013-09-19 09:04:56 AM

mbillips: Another twist: the abductee's mother was once arrested for dope dealing with one of the abductors.

Go back to bed, frightened suburban housewives. Nobody is going to home-invade you and snatch your chillun.


FTL: Corral, who changed her name back from Perez after her divorce in 2007, was with Contreras-Ramirez outside the home when the police made the arrest, [the drug arrest, not this one] said Michael Katz, the lawyer who represented Contreras-Ramirez. He said it was unclear if the couple was romantically involved.


And fark that mom long and hard for telling police she didn't know the men. Charge her with obstruction at least.
 
2013-09-19 10:10:04 AM

Prevailing Wind: So was this headline submitted by a Jerry's kid or something?   Winner of the special olympic's gets a greenlight by Drew?

No way the subby was winner...


At least subby knew not to use an apostrophe in a plural.

/not subby
 
2013-09-19 10:11:16 AM

PunGent: FTA  "According to police, the robbers broke into the family's home in an Atlanta suburb at 2:15 a.m. Tuesday, demanding money and jewelry. When Perez's mother told them there was none, they kidnapped Ayvani and shot the family dog"

Normally I'm opposed to the death penalty, but Georgia...you go right ahead if you want to.


Shot the dog?  Who do they think they are, the cops?
 
2013-09-19 10:22:33 AM
Relatives, suspicious criminal activity, and ransom money?

www.homevideos.com
 
2013-09-19 11:03:40 AM

namegoeshere: mbillips: Another twist: the abductee's mother was once arrested for dope dealing with one of the abductors.

Go back to bed, frightened suburban housewives. Nobody is going to home-invade you and snatch your chillun.

FTL: Corral, who changed her name back from Perez after her divorce in 2007, was with Contreras-Ramirez outside the home when the police made the arrest, [the drug arrest, not this one] said Michael Katz, the lawyer who represented Contreras-Ramirez. He said it was unclear if the couple was romantically involved.


And fark that mom long and hard for telling police she didn't know the men. Charge her with obstruction at least.


Yeah the story was weird to me right off the bat, they break in shoot the dog, demand money and jewelry, then when they dont like what you got they take your kid. Kidnapping for ransom seems like such a big risk for a low reward these days. Yeah she should get something charged to her, because it's not like the police would have found out about her past in an hour or two anyways.
 
2013-09-19 11:11:29 AM
Gerogia... is that where they drink vodak?
 
2013-09-19 11:12:35 AM

namegoeshere: badhatharry: WTFDYW: OhioUGrad: McDougal: Totally random....riiiight.

Probably about as random as that girl who was kidnapped after her mother and brother were killed and they found all those letters she had sent to her kidnapper who then left her family his insurance money, and jumped on the internet to have some weird chat as soon as she got home....still waiting for the whole true story on that one

The news cycle has moved on to another flavor. We'll never hear any more about it.

I was waiting to hear more about that story. Then I forgot about it.

It is sounding very familiar to me, but there have been so many farked up stories since then - anyone got a link?

As to this one, I called it back then that it wasn't random. Random burglars want to get away. They do not want to drag baggage along from a family who obviously can't pay ransom. If they wanted to rape her, they would have raped her right there in the home.


groppet: namegoeshere: mbillips: Another twist: the abductee's mother was once arrested for dope dealing with one of the abductors.

Go back to bed, frightened suburban housewives. Nobody is going to home-invade you and snatch your chillun.

FTL: Corral, who changed her name back from Perez after her divorce in 2007, was with Contreras-Ramirez outside the home when the police made the arrest, [the drug arrest, not this one] said Michael Katz, the lawyer who represented Contreras-Ramirez. He said it was unclear if the couple was romantically involved.


And fark that mom long and hard for telling police she didn't know the men. Charge her with obstruction at least.

Yeah the story was weird to me right off the bat, they break in shoot the dog, demand money and jewelry, then when they dont like what you got they take your kid. Kidnapping for ransom seems like such a big risk for a low reward these days. Yeah she should get something charged to her, because it's not like the police would have found out about her past in an hour or two anyways.


Kidnappings are more common than people think.  Phoenix is 2nd in kidnappings in the world, just behind Mexico City.
 
2013-09-19 11:14:58 AM

asynchron: Prevailing Wind: So was this headline submitted by a Jerry's kid or something?   Winner of the special olympic's gets a greenlight by Drew?

No way the subby was winner...

At least subby knew not to use an apostrophe in a plural.

/not subby


I deserve that.   Could argue the arbitrary origin of syntax for plural and possession, but I will concede the point.   Should have gone with the terminal parkinson's bit anyway.  (FTR- when Parkinson's Disease is shortened it still retains it possession.  Parkinson OWNS that disease...his genative and all that)
 
2013-09-19 11:20:16 AM

namegoeshere: badhatharry: WTFDYW: OhioUGrad: McDougal: Totally random....riiiight.

Probably about as random as that girl who was kidnapped after her mother and brother were killed and they found all those letters she had sent to her kidnapper who then left her family his insurance money, and jumped on the internet to have some weird chat as soon as she got home....still waiting for the whole true story on that one

The news cycle has moved on to another flavor. We'll never hear any more about it.

I was waiting to hear more about that story. Then I forgot about it.

It is sounding very familiar to me, but there have been so many farked up stories since then - anyone got a link?

As to this one, I called it back then that it wasn't random. Random burglars want to get away. They do not want to drag baggage along from a family who obviously can't pay ransom. If they wanted to rape her, they would have raped her right there in the home.


http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/kidnapping-suspect-sister-h an nah-anderson-trouble-article-1.1438971

The cops aren't releasing the evidence because a minor was involved. Looks like we'll have to wait for her to write a book to get the real story.
 
2013-09-19 11:45:11 AM
somehow read that at 'boy of 14 year old girl...'
 
2013-09-19 12:46:28 PM

mbillips: Another twist: the abductee's mother was once arrested for dope dealing with one of the abductors.

Go back to bed, frightened suburban housewives. Nobody is going to home-invade you and snatch your chillun.


Thank God for this, and for everything turning out okay. I really didn't expect this to end well, but had suspected from the beginning that this wasn't quite so random. So the world is still a scary place but not quite so scary as the sensationalist media and forwarded email stories would have you believe.

/Atlanta resident
 
2013-09-19 12:57:40 PM

badhatharry: namegoeshere: badhatharry: WTFDYW: OhioUGrad: McDougal: Totally random....riiiight.

Probably about as random as that girl who was kidnapped after her mother and brother were killed and they found all those letters she had sent to her kidnapper who then left her family his insurance money, and jumped on the internet to have some weird chat as soon as she got home....still waiting for the whole true story on that one

The news cycle has moved on to another flavor. We'll never hear any more about it.

I was waiting to hear more about that story. Then I forgot about it.

It is sounding very familiar to me, but there have been so many farked up stories since then - anyone got a link?

As to this one, I called it back then that it wasn't random. Random burglars want to get away. They do not want to drag baggage along from a family who obviously can't pay ransom. If they wanted to rape her, they would have raped her right there in the home.

http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/kidnapping-suspect-sister-h an nah-anderson-trouble-article-1.1438971

The cops aren't releasing the evidence because a minor was involved. Looks like we'll have to wait for her to write a book to get the real story.


Tks. Now I remember.
 
2013-09-19 12:58:46 PM

badhatharry: Kidnappings are more common than people think. Phoenix is 2nd in kidnappings in the world, just behind Mexico City.


I'm not saying they don't happen. They don't happen like this.
 
2013-09-19 02:35:26 PM

namegoeshere: badhatharry: Kidnappings are more common than people think. Phoenix is 2nd in kidnappings in the world, just behind Mexico City.

I'm not saying they don't happen. They don't happen like this.


Yes, exactly as you stated; they don't happen like this.

Here in Phoenix we track our kidnappings as "those who are detained against their will" as in "drop houses full of undocumented aliens."  We have busted such drop houses with 125 to 200 people detained at gunpoint for additional "fees" for delivery by the coyotes (smugglers, not the hockey team).

So, you have one incident of recovering as many as 200 "victims" which are each tracked and recorded as individual kidnap cases creating a statistical anomoly when it comes to data compilization.  The city PD had a huge fight about the numbers between a local robbery supervisor and the police chief regarding these numbers.  It was sort of a fight about "cop math" that everyone always talks about here.  When the smoke cleared, the FBI confirmed that the chief was right and the sgt was fired.  (He later got his job back because no civil service board can ever justify terminating a city employee.)

So, that is really why Phoenix is 2nd in the world in recording the number of "kidnappings."  It is not like people are being abducted from the corner while waiting for a light to change with black pillow case throw over their heads and shoved into a truck of a car.  Uniform Crime Reports...more numbers than facts...

The Chamber of Commerce just wanted you to know...
 
2013-09-19 03:23:10 PM

terminally challenged: coyotes (smugglers, not the hockey team)


Wow. Your hockey team is named for human traffickers.
 
2013-09-19 03:35:32 PM

PunGent: FTA  "According to police, the robbers broke into the family's home in an Atlanta suburb at 2:15 a.m. Tuesday, demanding money and jewelry. When Perez's mother told them there was none, they kidnapped Ayvani and shot the family dog"

Normally I'm opposed to the death penalty, but Georgia...you go right ahead if you want to.


Would like to know what happened to the family dog.
 
2013-09-19 04:35:08 PM

terminally challenged: namegoeshere: badhatharry: Kidnappings are more common than people think. Phoenix is 2nd in kidnappings in the world, just behind Mexico City.

I'm not saying they don't happen. They don't happen like this.

Yes, exactly as you stated; they don't happen like this.

Here in Phoenix we track our kidnappings as "those who are detained against their will" as in "drop houses full of undocumented aliens."  We have busted such drop houses with 125 to 200 people detained at gunpoint for additional "fees" for delivery by the coyotes (smugglers, not the hockey team).

So, you have one incident of recovering as many as 200 "victims" which are each tracked and recorded as individual kidnap cases creating a statistical anomoly when it comes to data compilization.  The city PD had a huge fight about the numbers between a local robbery supervisor and the police chief regarding these numbers.  It was sort of a fight about "cop math" that everyone always talks about here.  When the smoke cleared, the FBI confirmed that the chief was right and the sgt was fired.  (He later got his job back because no civil service board can ever justify terminating a city employee.)

So, that is really why Phoenix is 2nd in the world in recording the number of "kidnappings."  It is not like people are being abducted from the corner while waiting for a light to change with black pillow case throw over their heads and shoved into a truck of a car.  Uniform Crime Reports...more numbers than facts...

The Chamber of Commerce just wanted you to know...


Thanks, I was wondering wtf was going on in Phoenix.
 
2013-09-20 01:26:34 AM
You would think that our mods would edit a headline if they have a known misspelling.  I guess they are too busy.  *rolls eyes*
 
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