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Until proven innocent March 27, 2007

Posted by FairSentencing in : Current News , trackback

On the morning of July 25, 1984, 9-year-old Dawn Hamilton headed outside to do what so many children do on hot summer mornings. She went looking for friends to play in the sunshine.

She met 7-year-old Jackie Poling and 10-year-old Christian Shipley fishing at Bethke’s Pond in Fontana Village, near Baltimore. They had caught a turtle and were showing it to a strange man. Dawn asked the boys if they had seen her friend, Lisa Helmick, 4.

“Lisa and me is playing hide-and-seek,” the strange man said. “Let’s go find her.” Together they walked away into a wooded area. [Read the entire story online]



1. Jessie - June 16, 2007


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