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C-PALSY September 2002

Subject:

Fwd: Fw: Missing Children

From:

Kathy Pink <[log in to unmask]>

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St. John's University Cerebral Palsy List

Date:

Tue, 24 Sep 2002 08:07:56 -0700

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--- Kathy Stone <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> From: "Kathy Stone" <[log in to unmask]>
> To: <Undisclosed-Recipient:@execpc.com;>
> Subject: Fw: Missing Children
> Date: Tue, 17 Sep 2002 22:16:55 -0500
>
> >>       > Subject: Wal Mart's Policy on
> Missing Children
> >>       >
> >>       >
> >>       >
> >>       > This becoming a scary situation, we
> have to be careful.
> >>       >
> >>       >
> >>       >
> >>       >
> >>       >
> >>       > Even if you do not have little kids,
> pass this one on to everyone you can
> >>       > think of. You never know who you
> might save by sending this e-mail!
> >>       >
> >>       >
> >>       >
> >>       > Please take the time and forward
> this to any friend who has children &
> >>       > grandchildren!
> >>       >
> >>       >
> >>       >
> >>       > Wanted to share something that
> happened today while shopping at Sam's
> >>       Club.
> >>       >
> >>       >
> >>       >
> >>       > A mother was leaning over looking
> for meat and turned around to find her 4
> >>       > yr. old daughter was missing. I was
> standing there right beside her, and
> >>       she
> >>       > was calling her daughter with no
> luck. I asked a man who worked at Sam's
> >>       > to announce it over the loud speaker
> for Katie. He did, and let me say he
> >>       > immediately walked right past me
> when I asked and went to a pole where
> >>       there
> >>       > was a phone. He made an announcement
> for all the doors and gates to be
> >>       > locked, a code something.
> >>       >
> >>       >
> >>       >
> >>       > So they locked all the doors at
> once. This took all of 3 minutes after I
> >>       > asked the guy to do this. They found
> the little girl 5 minutes later in
> >>       a
> >>       > bathroom stall. Her head was half
> shaved, and she was dressed in her
> >>       > underwear with a bag of clothes, a
> razor, and wig sitting on the floor
> >>       > beside her to make her look
> different.
> >>       >
> >>       >
> >>       >
> >>       > Whoever this person was, took the
> little girl, brought her into the
> >>       > bathroom, shaved half her head, and
> undressed her in a matter of less
> >>       than
> >>       > 10 minutes. This makes me shake to
> no end. Please keep a close eye on
> >>       your
> >>       > kids when in big places where it's
> easy for you to get separated.
> >>       >
> >>       >
> >>       >
> >>       > It only took a few minutes to do all
> of that-another 5 minutes and she
> >>       would
> >>       > have been out the door. I am still
> in shock that some sick person could
> >>       do
> >>       > this, let alone in a matter of
> minutes. The days are over when our
> >>       little
> >>       > ones could run rampant all over the
> place and nothing worse would happen
> >>       to
> >>       > them.
> >>       >
> >>       >
> >>       >
> >>       > The little girl is fine. Thank God
> for fast workers who didn't take any
> >>       > chances.
> >>       >
> >>       >
> >>       >
> >>       > BE SURE TO FORWARD THIS TO EVERYONE,
> SO THEY KNOW JUST HOW SICK PEOPLE
> >>       ARE
> >>       > OUT THERE!!! (This happened at the
> Sam's Wholesale Club in Omaha,
> >>       > Nebraska.)
> >>       >
> >>       >
> >>       >
> >>       > This message has been added to the
> story above:
> >>       >
> >>       >
> >>       >
> >>       > I received this e-mail from one of
> my friends today. Let me first tell
> >>       you
> >>       > that I work at the Sam's club in
> Lincoln, NE. The code that was spoken of
> >>       is
> >>       > called a "Code Adam" It is named
> after John Walsh's (of Americas most
> >>       > wanted) son Adam who was kidnapped
> and murdered many years ago. It is
> >>       used
> >>       > in all Sam's clubs, Wal-marts, and
> Wal-mart super centers to locate lost
> >>       > children.
> >>       >
> >>       >
> >>       >
> >>       > This is how it works. If by some
> means you have been separated with your
> >>       > child tell the nearest employee! The
> employee will page a "Code Adam"
> >>       > (missing child in the store) over
> the intercom system followed by a
> >>       > description of the child height,
> weight, hair color, age, name, etc).
> >>       When
> >>       > that page goes out all the exits are
> immediately guarded, and/or locked in
> >>       > some cases, also every employee will
> stop whatever they are doing no
> >>       matter
> >>       > what it is and help look for the
> missing child. This will continue until
> >>       > the child is found. If the child is
> not found within a reasonable time
> >>       then
> >>       > the police are notified and the
> store will conduct an aisle by aisle
> >>       > search. So if ever you are separated
> from your child now you know what to
> >>       > do. Missing children pictures hang
> by the exits of all Wal-mart and Sam's
> >>       > club stores, please take a few
> minutes to look these over as you leave,
> >>       you
> >>       > just might have seen one of the
> children on them and you might be the
> >>       one
> >>       > to give their parents hope and give
> the police a new lead in finding them.
> >>       >
> >>       >
> >>       >
> >>       > Thank you. Sincerely, Rudy Magee
> Sam's Club #6413
> >>       >
> >>       >
> >>       >
> >>       > Even if you do not have little kids,
> pass this one on to everyone you can
> >>       > think of. You never know who you
> might save by sending this e-mail!
> >>       >
> >>       >
> >>       >
> >>       > Please take the time and forward
> this to any friend who has children &
> >>       > grandchildren!
> >>       >
> >>       >
>
>
>
>
>
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