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Pedro Hernandez confessed in the 1980s

PEDRO Hernandez murdered 6-year-old Etan Patz in 1979. So they claim. Hernadez, who has cancer, has been arrested and placed on suicide watch. Pedro Hernandez is 51. He lives in a flat at 116 E. Linwood Avenue, Maple Shade, N.J. He’s married. He has a teenage daughter.

It is alleged that Hernadez intercepted Etan Patz as the youngster made his way to school. Hernadez is said to have offered Patz a fizzy drink. Hernandez then took him to his convenience store and killed him.

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Posted: 25th, May 2012 | In: Reviews | Comments (3) | Comments RSS feed:RSS 2.0

Madeleine McCann: The Etan Patz connection

MADELEINE  McCann: Det Ch Insp Andy Redwood is talking to the BBC’s Panorama. The child is on the BBC’s News at 10.

The Irish Independent: “Madeleine McCann detective positive case will be solved.”

THE ongoing review of the Madeleine McCann case offers the “best opportunity” to solve the mystery because it is the first time information from all sources has been pooled, a detective has claimed…Det Chief Insp Andy Redwood said…: “Anything is possible, and clearly, within that material, the answer could lie.”

The Guardian then delivers the epic headline: “McCann officer hopes to solve case”

Unlike all other police in all other cases.

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Posted: 24th, April 2012 | In: Madeleine McCann | Comment | Comments RSS feed:RSS 2.0

Are the NYPD about to find Etan Patz? Kyron Horman is missing

ETAN Patz was 6 when he disappeared on May 25, 1979.

President Ronald Reagan would name May 25 National Missing Children’s Day.

The New Yorker was last seen a block from his home in the city’s SoHo. He was last seen walking to a bus stop alone. He was on his way to school. It was the first time he had ever made the trip unaccompanied.

When he did not arrive home from school, Etan’s mother Julie Patz called the police. And so it began…

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Posted: 20th, April 2012 | In: Reviews | Comment | Comments RSS feed:RSS 2.0