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[–] ConcernedParent2 0 points 24 points (+24|-0) ago 

"She asked for kids at each of the orphanages, and at the end of the day when no one would give her any, she cried. Why would you cry after you see these kids are being taken care of?" Pickett told AP. https://archive.is/zK0rz#selection-1195.0-1195.201

This sick, twisted woman. I remember reading an interview from her neighbors who said they were shocked she worked with kids because she wasn't the type of person who cares about kids. This psychopath only cares about what those kids can do for her.

Good find OP

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[–] ConcernedParent2 0 points 8 points (+8|-0) ago 

"We're afraid."

Has anyone found the names of these people so we can check up on them and make sure they're still alive?

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[–] Freemasonsrus 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

The neighbors POV, I thought, was extremely telling. We all have friends/family who you would peg as someone who is involved in helping children or would be in a situation to go into an area like this and feel the need to help. She is not that person.

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[–] throwawaa 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

where can I find that interview? will be useful for my silsby file.

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[–] reasonedandinformed 0 points 14 points (+14|-0) ago 

And she still sits in an executive position at Alert Sense, able to aid and abet the sick child-trafficking/pedo criminal network

  • We won't put this one on the list.

  • Uh oh, this is one of ours. We better warn our people.

How could someone who was caught red-handed trafficking 33 kids, AFTER being warned and caught before, have gotten into this position??

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[–] AgainstTheNWO 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

For me, that question (that is also the answer) proves again that this global mafia movement is much larger, powerful and open than we/i could ever imagine.

By this knowledge (the history of her HAS to be in the organisation, i am convinced about that) all other board members are at first suspect in my book until cleared clean.

If i was working in such a organisation and learned about her history it would be clear for me, she or me are leaving. And if she leaves, we have to investigate who knew and did not reported her history in the organisation on the people who has to know.

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[–] SpikyAube 0 points 8 points (+8|-0) ago 

In Molly Hightower's blog, in November 2009 she says this:

Devastation (sic) when I went to the hospital to discover my Jolene girl had been transferred to an unknown orphanage the evening before. I don't know where she is, but I'm trying to find her to force her caregivers to bring her in for physical therapy. She was so close to walking on her own, and they left her orthopedic shoe behind. They ended up doing a complete overworking of the tap tap room, with all my abandoned babies being sent out (including Carmella and Cassandra). Annabelle is the only one still there.

I don't know if that's a normal thing that happens, with kids being transferred to other, unknown, orphanages, but it seems suspicious that Molly couldn't find out where they had been taken to - you'd think what with knowing how much child trafficking goes on in Haiti even before the earthquake, there would be strict rules about where kids could be taken, and by whom, if the organisation is a legitimate one?

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[–] EndThePizza 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

Idk, there has to be a lot of chaos following an earthquake. For any random charity, it's possible that kids would be lost track of or there wouldn't be enough organization for proper documentation.

However, it's also widely recognized that the same chaos makes trafficking incredibly easy. So, we still need to treat it as suspicious to some degree when kids are shuffled around unexpectedly or miscounted.

https://www.ijm.org/news/breakdown-rule-law-puts-haitis-vulnerable-children-increased-risk-human-trafficking

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[–] SpikyAube 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

This was before the earthquake though, in November 2009.

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[–] SturdyGal 0 points 8 points (+8|-0) ago  (edited ago)

redberries never sleeps. Awesome!

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[–] ploppy 0 points 5 points (+5|-0) ago 

Can we clone red berries? That way, pizzagate will be solved in about 3 weeks.

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[–] reasonedandinformed 0 points 5 points (+5|-0) ago 

What record keeping is required by these NGOs to track the children that they handle? I would think that they are required by law to record the names of children they take, from where, and where they are placed, with contact information. I wonder if there is a path involving requesting these records for questionable NGOs.

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[–] Freemasonsrus 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

By what law? That is the question. If you're looking for Haitian law, it is easily bypassed through bribes, intimidation and blackmail.

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[–] reasonedandinformed 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

True, but an FOIA process may make sense...maybe not for a Haitian-based org but for some with questionable histories in the US or countries where such requests can be made. Just a thought.

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[–] jstayz44 0 points 5 points (+5|-0) ago 

You rock redberries!

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[–] Dejure 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago 

Effin up voated

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