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When a mother is reunited with her son after weeks, months or years of no contact … well, that mother will obviously have a million reasons to smile! She will probably cry tears of joy and find it hard to believe her eyes. It never matters what caused the separation. It never matters how old the child is. All that matters is that your child, your son, is gone. And, as a mother, you feel like you have lost everything. And then, after the days turned into years, your son is back … and you feel like you have a reason to live again. All the sleepless nights, all the grief and sadness … are instantly forgotten and forgiven, and you experience an incredible feeling of joy and elation. You want to touch him, hug him, and hold him close – and you never want to let him go again. Today, this is how Mrs. Suiter feels … because today she found her son Tommy. The Results: From: B Suiter [mailto:[email protected]] Sent: Tuesday, Oct 26, 2013 6:32 PM - Mr. Burns, This is B Suiter and the most amazing thing has happened, I heard from our son! Today out of the blue he called; he is in a hospital but is ok so we are overwhelmed with emotion and joy. I just wanted to let you know so that you could update your website or remove him whichever you do. Thank you so much for the service you provide at Video Locators to families in need, the Lord will surely bless you for your concerns and care. I am remaining a friend on FB as I see your post and repost some when I can. Thanks again! B Suiter From: B Suiter [mailto:[email protected]] Sent: Monday, Nov 1, 2013 6:04 PM To: Mr. Burns Subject: Re: Tommy Suiter HOW - He heard about your website and someone told him he saw his picture somewhere, so he called the old place where he had stayed at before and they told him yes we had posted it and here is our number! It is so amazing; he calls now every day and his life in good condition again. Thanks so much Mr. Burns!

Somewhere, There is a child

Roughly 20% of all the children missing in the U.S. result from a parent or relative taking matters into his or her own hands, through abduction. It is a deeply abusive practice that harms almost everyone it touches. Somewhere, There Is a Child Somewhere, there is a child who is far too young to care about who is and who is not present in his life. Somewhere, there is a child who is not yet aware that she has been completely sealed off from a loving parent. Somewhere, there is a child who cannot comprehend that one of his parents is missing from his life; that there is a void; that there are questions being sown. Deep, churning, subconscious questions that have yet to form and grow and gnaw. But then, the curiosity slowly builds. “Do I have a dad?” she asks. “Do I have a mom?” he wonders. “Where is he?” “Where is she?” “When will we see him again?” The parent who is present (i.e. the abductor) carefully considers the child's age before replying. When they’re 4, 5, or 6, the brush-off is a snap. However, by the age of 8, 9, or 10, these tactics wear thin as the pain increases along with the hunger: “Did we do something wrong, Mom?” “Is Mom upset with me, Dad?” “Why isn’t Dad here? Doesn’t he care about me?” For as long as possible, the responses are pithy and pat. When that doesn’t work, a harsh pivot to anger is just the thing to quash any burning curiosity: “Who gives a s—t about her?!!” “How the F—K should I know what your father is thinking or feeling?!!” Sometimes, this shuts the child up for a few days. Sometimes, for a few months. And sometimes, forever. But the questions never go away. How did our child get to this bleak and lowly place? The answer varies. Frequently, a parent simply violates a court order and vanishes with the child. He or she will change names or move to a distant state or leave the country altogether. Naturally, they will always have their explanations (“I was only acting in my son’s best interest.”), but it never alters the illegality of it all, not to mention the moral questions. Imagine what it does to a child when she is shuffled from place to place simply because her delinquent, runaway dad doesn’t want to be detected. Imagine what cruelness is it to a boy when his world has no patterns, no sameness, no routines, no certainty. Children have an innate yearning to understand where they fit in—with their parents, with their siblings, with their peers, and with the bigger world, beyond. So what happens when there is nothing to fit in with? The simple answer is, it is devastating; when the basic structures of a child’s life are disrupted or destroyed, it is an emotional calamity that never quite recedes. Sadly, this is an aspect of child abuse that is too rarely discussed or reckoned with. Physical abuse, though awful to contemplate, is easier to wrap one’s mind around; it is more clear-cut, more visible, and more solvable (E.g. separate the child from the abuser). Emotional abuse of the nature described above is shadowy, nebulous, and harder to grasp. Further, it is challenging for the victim to understand, as well, for there is no discernable ‘it’ for her to point to. There is no singular moment, no monster, no scar, no thing to accuse and blame for the unrelenting void the victim feels in her heart. There is only a dark, fearful place that one tries—at all costs—to avoid. After all, to go there would only mean to stir up deep and enduring pain. You see, this is the place where the child hears the voice of her mother or father (the one who was present AND the one who was not) saying again and again in echoing waves: “I don’t love you. I don’t love you. I don’t love you. I don’t love you...” But though the room can be avoided, it can never be forgotten. The child becomes a teenager... becomes a young adult... becomes a twentysomething, thirtysomething, fortysomething, and so on. But the room never completely fades away. Simply put, what has been done to the child has effects which are everlasting. Please consider this the next time you hear about someone who went missing twenty-some-odd years ago. Consider it when you glance at a coffee-shop bulletin board and notice an old picture of a child side-by-side with a modern picture of her electronically-aged, adult ‘match’. Please have a second look. Please give it a second thought. Think hard about it. Or perhaps you’ll hear about a woman who, at the age of 29, found out that her father was NOT dead and that her last name wasn’t what she’d always been told it was! Please think about her, for at that very moment her mind is likely racing at top speed while it replays all those many times she’d heard her mother say awful things about her father and, and, and now she’s suddenly come to know—THEY WERE ALL LIES! And please consider her father and give him a second thought, as the damage done to him assuredly fits hand-in-glove with the damage done to the girl. From the girl’s 5th birthday onward, he’s missed every single milestone of her life. From Christmases to school performances to sports accomplishments to relationships to graduations—he missed it all. And while you’re at it, think about all the other fathers and all the other mothers—and all the daughters and sons and uncles and aunts and grandparents who have everlasting holes in their hearts, too. Who knows? You might even know one of them. Maybe one of these individuals is in your bowling league, attends your bible study, teaches your grand-kids, or styles your wife’s hair. You’ll never know unless you start paying attention. Such a simple act of caring can literally change lives. Remember, the people affected by this epidemic are everywhere. One of them might even be you.

Philip and Frank Wesley

The year 1969 is usually associated with the first Moon landing, the Vietnam war, and hippies at Woodstock. Yet for Claudia, 1969 was a year that changed the course of the rest of her life. Just three weeks after Woodstock, Claudia was giving birth to two twin boys in Manhattan, New York. In an era that promoted peace and love, the court system created suffering and chaos when they took Claudia's twins and sealed the court records. She has not seen her boys since. Claudia has had to live with the most unthinkable nightmare of losing her children for over 4 decades now. Can you help Claudia? What if you were her? If you have any information about the twins, Philip and Frank Wesley, you could help reunite a family torn apart 43 years ago. At video locators, you can find information about missing people like these twin boys and reunite loved-ones. It's about people helping people. So, see whose life you can change today, at Video Locators.

Troubled 12 year old boy Missing Jaliek L. Rainwalker

Jaliek had a tumultuous childhood that started off when he was born addicted to crack cocaine. His birth parents were drug addicts, which forced Jaliek to become a foster child. He was torn in and out of six foster homes until he finally found his family, Stephen and Jocelyn. It was Jaliek's chance at a stable, loving family. Yet, in such a short amount of time, he was ripped away from his new parents, protectors, and a possibility at a normal teenage lifestyle. During November 2007, Jaliek disappeared during the night and his adoptive father has not heard from him since. Can you help Jaliek? He is just a boy, and has vanished. Maybe you can help another child that is missing too? At Video Locators, there is a database of missing children, like Jaliek, that need your help. It's all about people helping people, at Video Locators. Please help these missing children today. Son Vanished and Parents died.

Branson Kayne Perry Reward: $15,000.00

Easter is a time of new beginnings, welcoming of spring, and celebration of the resurrection. Most families celebrate with Easter bunnies and baskets. However, on Easter of 2001, instead of searching for Easter eggs, the Perry family members were searching for their son, Branson. On the day he went missing, his father was in the hospital and was expected to return soon. Branson, being the devoted son he was, wanted to do something nice for his father. He was cleaning their house, and repairing his father's car when he vanished in broad daylight. His father died in 2004 and his mother passed away in 2011. Neither of them ever saw their son again. Tragedies like this happen every day, and that is why Video Locators was created. Video Locators has a website where you can search posts about missing people, like Branson. Even someone you know may be in danger. Not only can you help them, but you also may be their only hope. Go to to help reconnect a family before it's too late.,br />Video Locators, it's about people helping people.

Baby Stolen from Crib while parents Slept Christopher Enoch Abeyta REWARD: $100,000.00

A bright blue-eyed boy was born Thanksgiving Day 1985. When most families were sitting at the table eating turkey, this family was in the hospital giving thanks for Chris, their new healthy baby. Unfortunately, the celebration came to a screeching halt only 7 months later, when Chris was kidnapped. Most families feel safe when they are inside their homes, but for this family, that security was stolen the night of July 15, 1986. Not only was Chris in his crib in the family home, but his mother and father were sleeping just a few feet away in the same room. Imagine, tucking in your little boy one night, everyone is safe, warm, and joyful. The next day your family is in panic, and the course of your entire life is altered. How can a mother and father live with optimism after losing a child? 26 years later, Chris's family is still searching, and need your help. Have you seen Chris? Or another missing person? How do you know who's missing? Take a moment to search the missing person database on the Video Locators website. Be apart of people helping people, at Video Locators.