Missing: Looking for Missing Black Women and Children
Hat tip to Classical-1’s blog (full post taken from C-1’s blog):
For those of you who have blogs I would highly encourage you to add blackandmissing.blogspot.com . Every year nearly 800,000 children under 18 go missing and 33% of those are African American children. Of those numbers are huge amounts are young black girls. Most of the missing children you liable to see on this blog are names you’ve never heard of and their cases most certainly will receive little if any media attention. A prime example of this is the case of Chioma Gray. Missing since the end of last year, misleading and inaccurate information was released about her and her probable kidnapper, Andrew Tafoya. Chioma is 5’4″, 115 lbs., with black hair and brown eyes. Andrew Tafoya, 20, is described as a Hispanic male, black hair, brown eyes, 6’0″, and 195 lbs. He has multiple tattoos. Cops tell AMW that Tafoya had previously been arrested on charges for unlawful sex with a minor.
Police say that the pair may still be in Mexico or may be back in the U.S. traveling in states along the U.S.-Mexico border. Tafoya is currently wanted on charges of child stealing and kidnapping over jurisdictional boundaries.
So please take some time and visit blackandmissing.blogspot.com or link to it on your own blog or site.