Kevin Fleischmann missing eleven years

Today is the eleventh anniversary of the disappearance of Kevin Fleischmann. He was last seen in El Paso, Texas and may be in Germany with his father’s relatives.

Kevin Fleischmann

Above is a picture of Kevin. If you have any information as to his whereabouts, please contact the Texas Department of Public Safety at 800-346-3243. this!

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    anja said,

    March 21, 2010 @ 9:11 pm!/dotkey?ref=search&sid=1103922639.2412504251..1!/profile.php?id=1410380664&ref=search&sid=1103922639.2412504251..1

    i think you sjod look in to this

  2. 2

    Kevin Fleischmann and Jonathan and Matthew Nieto found safe « For the Lost Blog said,

    May 18, 2010 @ 6:39 pm

    […] word from NCMEC that Jonathan and Matthew Nieto have been found safe, and word from NamUs that Kevin Fleischmann has been found safe. I have resolved their cases, modified anniversary posts so there are no dead […]

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    sanny said,

    September 2, 2011 @ 12:00 am

    this is kevin… he lifes in bamberg.. her father is

    dieter fleischmann.. i meet kevins mother in bamberg a long time ago.. dieter bring kevin to germany

  4. 4

    Kevin Vivani said,

    January 15, 2012 @ 4:31 pm

    who are you?

  5. 5

    forthelost said,

    January 15, 2012 @ 6:00 pm

    The person who runs the For the Lost website.

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    Kevin Vivani said,

    January 16, 2012 @ 12:51 pm

    Sorry, i meant the person who wrote the last comment, sanny.

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    Emma said,

    June 8, 2016 @ 2:18 am

    Another interesting and puzzling case. Residing in Germany with his father’s relatives? Assumedly his father was German and the child had German nationality, but where on Earth were either of his parents and who precisely took him from Texas to Germany? One would think that if the father was responsible for sending the boy to Germany, yet remained himself in Texas, then he would be in jail for interfering with the mother’s custody and while he was cooling his heels there, the relatives would be compelled to return the boy to the United States. Perhaps the boy’s mother consented for him to go to Germany to live with her ex’s relatives and then later changed her mind and told police it was an abduction. I just can’t imagine a child spending an entire decade in a country without either parent. You would think something odd like that would be front page news.

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    Anonymous said,

    June 8, 2016 @ 2:36 am

    It isn’t as strange as you might think to have a child alone in a foreign country without parents, Emma. I knew of a case where a man unilaterally sent his little girl out of the United States to live back in his homeland with his mother while he was still married to the child’s mother. Applied for a foreign passport and left taking the child to school one morning only to instead put her on an international flight alone. Of course the woman wanted her child back, but she was also terrified that if she divorced or angered the father in any way, then he too would leave the US and she would never see her child again, since he was her only link to the child. American authorities were useless, since after visiting the residence and determining the child was well cared for not abused, said there was nothing they would do and it was not a crime for a child with dual citizenship to reside outside of the United States. It wasn’t until the mother finally got the nerve to divorce her husband and he too left the United States that authorities considered a crime had been committed, but of course by then the child had been abroad for too long to consider unsettling and repatriating. Most likely, at some point in time, this boy Kevin’s German father also left the United States, but since initially the child was with relatives and established residence in Germany, the record does not say that his father abducted him.

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