Posted Wednesday, May 15, 2013
As three Cleveland women held captive for a decade begin to heal and to reconnect with their families a week after their rescue, a community is left to ponder questions beyond the initial shock of "how did this happen?" The question now is: How many other missing people might be in captivity like they were? On the next Sound of Ideas, we'll talk about how authorities search for missing people, the role of neighbors and the media, and how it might be done better. Join us Wednesday at 9 with host Mike McIntyre.
Community/Human Interest, Courts/Crime - Fire/Law Enforcement, Government/Politics, Parenting/Child Care
Mike DeWine, Ohio Attorney General
Judy Martin, Founder of Survivors/Victims of Tragedy
Councilman Mike Polensek
Carmilla Robinson, Mother of missing Akron teen, Taylor Robinson
Kym Pasqualini, Missing Person Advocacy Network
Brent Currence, Director of the Missing Persons Unit at the Bureau of Criminal Investigation
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