Skip to comments.Family: Ransom demand made in case of kidnapped Clayton County girl
Posted on 09/17/2013 4:25:20 PM PDT by Red in Blue PA
The home invaders who kidnapped a 14-year-old girl from a Clayton County home have made a $10,000 ransom demand, family members said Tuesday.
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I can’t imagine how I would feel if those two had my child.
There should be orders to shoot them on sight.
I hope these two dumb thugs don’t botch this kidnapping so that it all goes wrong and the girl ends up getting hurt. I would think that a “successful” kidnapping requires a plan. I have no doubt that these thugs will get caught - I just hope that the girl ends up being safe.
If Obammy had 2 sons...they would look like..................................”
They could get that much from rent subsidies, Food Stamps, and heating assistance, and just stay home and drink all day.
“Ayvanis mother tried to hide her and her 15-year-old brother when the men entered the home but to no avail.”
Wonder how she would have “availed” if she had an AR-15 or 9mm in the home.
IMHO anti-gunners deserve to burn in Hell for the misery they cause (but that is not up to me, it is up to God).
If they haven’t already done her in. Somebody needs to go Zimmerman on they’re a$$es.
ax’n so little smells of guilt.....scares me
If these feral holderites keep pushing, the general order will be to shoot on site, in general.
Hey, wonder why we no longer hear about Somali ship-jackers? Could be shoot first, ask questions later?
Two blacks kidnap a black girl. Where’s Sharpton?
More and more people better arm themselves. Holder’s people are out of control.
“They must be real stupid if they think they will get away with this.”
40% of the American Black population tests at the 80 IQ level or below.
The likelihood is that the child is already dead. That is the norm in these things. I hope it is otherwise but it usually isn’t.
If her name is Guerrero, she's probably more hispanic. Nevertheless, your comment holds true. He's only concerned if the actors aren't black.
Prayers for Ayvani and her loved ones. This does not look good.
“40% of the American Black population tests at the 80 IQ level or below.”
The link is an interesting analysis of the dangers of black mobs. (All mobs are dangerous, but black mobs more-so). One big difference is it just takes a few idiots to make poor decisions to get the entire mob out of control. (Several bullet-points on the I.Q. aspect that you mention).
This sort of thing gets police very motivated.
Hopefully when they catch the kidnappers they are none too gentle in doing so. These guys are going to have to go down hard, or every useless Obama relative is going to think that kidnapping is his lottery ticket.
RANSOM demands? Are we really talking about events in the Atlanta area in the year 2013, or is this a mislabeled story from a third-world country?
Kidnapping was a capital offense at one time.
I am actually pretty surprised that there hasn’t been more kidnapping in the US. In Mexico it is steady work. Here is a rather hideous example from about a month ago.
Something definitely is off here.... I dunno....
And the community is”fundraising” for ransom money? This is the freaking Twilight zone!!
No, there is way more to this story.
If that were for real, the FBI would obviously put up the money to catch these twerps.
So much stinks about this story.
How did they get a composite if they were masked?
Community fundraising for ransom makes me think the whole thing was cooked up to create a pretext for the fundraiser.
I really don’t know.... But, why would the family PUBLICIZE the ransom demand? (aside from fundraising).... Surely the FBI would want to provide some traceable cash....
And when is the exchange supposed to happen? And where? This is all twisted.
If they were ONLY after money, why go into an occupied house? That neighborhood is full homes....why THAT one? Weird.
Implication would be that the “victim” was in on the whole thing.
or the brother?
Of course it could all be legit....
Now ransom has changed? Up to 100,000...
Something definitely fishy.
When they wrote the original ransom note, they likely made a mistake and left off one of the zeros. Remember, these are products of publik child abuse, er, I mean edumacation.
Cut them some slack. Remember, they don't even have to keep track how many stamps they have left in of a book of food stamps. The cash register automatically reads the amount left on their EBT/SNAP cards, so they don't get much practice with numbers any more.
If the child had been found and was safe, I'd agree. But she could be stashed somewhere and die of dehydration and starvation if they are killed.
I guess she wasn't "Kidnapped by K-Mart".
Just read a story that mom had a connection with the kidnappers.
She was arrested with one of the guys last year. BINGO!
Once had one clearly stoned woman claim her infant was in her car that had been impounded, and she had to get her car out of the impound lot to feed her baby, she need her formula, need it bad.
It was just a matter of time. Hope there's a way to recover the “ransom” and give it back to the kindhearted but gullible people who responded to their pleading.
It's because the FBI comes down on kidnappers like the wrath of God. They have for a generation.
Tends to dampen the trade.
I can tell you how I'd feel: I'd shoot the bastards dead right between their eyes the moment I laid my eyes on 'em, and there would be nothing that could stop me from doing it. Period.
I'd be doing society a favor and I suspect any right-thinking jury would conclude the same.
If they were returned unharmed, I don’t thing I would just shoot them down like dogs.
If they were murdered etc., then yes I would do everything in my power to see they were wiped off the face of the earth.
Typically the FBI only gets involved in interstate kidnapping, or when a child under 12 is kidnapped. While they will track and offer assistance in other kidnapping cases, they will not directly involve themselves unless asked.
I’m not alone in wondering why a lot of the stuff the cartels are doing south of the border hasn’t moved north. They are kind of enigmatic that way.
They will send killers north to kill an opposing cartel member who has fled up here, and they are pretty bold in doing so. Plus, years ago, they stopped the war between the Crips and Bloods in L.A., because it was bad for business.
But profitable sidelines like kidnapping, blackmail and protection rackets have stayed down there - at least as far as the cartels are concerned.
At the same time, the Honduras based international MS-13 gang has had no problems migrating its activities up here. They even got into a brawl with the FBI, who immediately rounded up some 200 of them. Made a dent in their estimated US numbers of 8,000.
One of their mottos is “mata, roba, viola, controla” (”Kill, steal, rape, control”). Domestically, the group is involved in multiple crimes including murder, racketeering, drug trafficking, sex trafficking and human trafficking including prostitution.
They could do this so readily, it makes you wonder why the cartels haven’t as well?
Some scumball piece of shat like the two in those pictures touch someone in my family and they've signed their own death warrant.
That's just the way its gotta be in today's world.
To my knowledge, the FBI almost always finds a pretext for getting involved in kidnapping cases.
The link headline now reads that the Girl has been found.
It’s not just that. For decades the feds have been encroaching on state authority by making redundant laws, then inserting themselves into “interesting” and “high profile” cases.
This was exacerbated by the FBI’s “We’re in charge, it’s our case, get out of the way” attitude to local and state authorities, that bred a lot of resentment in them.
Much of it began during the Civil Rights years in the 1960s, when local and state authorities (and juries) would both disregard the law (on the down side), or obey the letter of the law (on the upside).
That is, at first, the feds would intervene because racism was involved; but later this turned into intervention because people they wanted persecuted were not being persecuted. Back then, a case like Zimmerman-Martin, when he was acquitted, the feds would immediately charge him with a redundant charge, like violating Martin’s civil rights.
Fortunately the states adapted to this corruption, so they try cases to guarantee that the feds can’t pull stunts like this. The Zimmerman case, for example, was filled with reversible errors that favored the prosecution, which would have in turn hopelessly fouled a federal case.
The big problem these days is that the feds have gone so nonsensically hog wild, both with domestic intelligence gathering (via 16 major intelligence agencies), and 100+ federal police agencies, *and* giving police authority to non-intelligence and non-police agencies, that the level of *inefficiency* has just skyrocketed.
These agencies are collecting immense piles of utterly useless minutiae, which even when data mined produce little or nothing of value; while at the same time they have been ordered to ignore real threats that are plain and obvious even to laymen.
The end result creates the impression that the federal government is a blind, angry and upset imbecile, swinging around a broom at a group of wicked small boys who are throwing road apples at him.
Yep. Mother testified about a 500lb bale of marijuana held by a Mexican. The Mexican walked on a technicality. He was involved in the kidnapping.