Why wasn't the boy classmate also forced to drop out like the girl was? How about him being punished too? Where can we read all about that?
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Very sad case. I lived close by this area years ago and am familiar with it. There might have been a person involved and not an accident. Aside from the campers there are random cars passing thru for work related activities. Maybe an opportunity presented itself when this resident noticed a child by herself in a secluded place. Taken to his home ,then arranged and staged in the site 600 m. away to be found. A possibility for sure.
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Please check young male Doshi mura residents from this area again rather than focus on other campers. It's possible that it's an abduction of opportunity. Has this become a cold case?
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Please, please investigate certain people especially young male workers who livesin this area of Doshi Village. I think the focus has been the other campers up until now. It might have been by opportunity that this seven year old was abducted by the bridge.
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I lived in Doshi mura for a decade some time ago. The small town people were wonderful. The police thought that the girl was taken by another camper. But if all the campers were with other people and kids, how could they do this? So I think that they should FOCUS ON A PERSON FROM DOSHI near the camp area. A young man who passed by the bridge for work who came upon the child and offered her a ride. He then spirited her away to the Tsuru-shi road left, or the Tokyo road right. Maybe got scared and dumped her somewhere.
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Good to hear that. It means that the tax payers won't have to support the unemployed with handouts from the government. They will pay taxes like everyone else and take care of themselves. Bravo!
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