Hi guys, it's Nomi here with May's video. So since today is National Missing Children's Day I wanted to bring awareness to the subject and share these 5 little kids stories, 5 out of many!
Keoni, Mason, and Lance Fernandez – were allegedly abducted by their mother, Francina Fernandez, on November 8, 2004. A federal warrant for International Parental Kidnapping was issued for Francina on February 4, 2005. It is believed that they have traveled to the Philippines. Keoni, Lance, and Mason are biracial; they are Asian and White. Keoni's nickname is Boo, Lance's nickname is Lancie, and Mason's nickname is May May.
Madeleine McCann – Madeleine has been missing since May 2007. She disappeared during a family holiday in Portugal as her parents Kate and Gerry were eating in a near-by restaurant with friends (whose kids were sleeping in their families rented places as well). An international appeal to help find Madeleine has brought numerous reported sightings, but none of them confirmed. Madeleine's reached millions and most people have heard of the little girl. Madeleine also has a distinctive mark in her right eye called coloboma.
Haleigh Cummings – Little Haleigh Cummings was reported missing from her family's Satsuma, Florida, home on February 10, 2009. She was 5-years-old at the time with blond hair and brown eyes. Haleigh was born with turners syndrome and needs medication.
Etan Patz – was an American child who was six years old when he disappeared in Lower Manhattan, New York City, on May 25, 1979. He is the most famous missing child of New York City. His disappearance helped spark the missing children's movement, including new legislation and various methods for tracking down missing children, such as the milk-carton campaigns of the mid-1980s. Etan was the first ever missing child to be pictured on the side of a milk carton.
Morgan Nick – Morgan was an American girl who was abducted at a Little League Baseball game in June 1995. Her mother is known for creating the 'Morgan Nick Foundation', which helps people find their missing children.
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