Oscar Bazan Cavallo, Aurora Brown, Christopher Mauriello, Lily, Maribel, and Norma Morales, Eden Marie Nunn and Gemalynne Nunn-McMorrine found safe

I have just received word from NCMEC that Aurora Brown, Christopher Mauriello, and Lily, Maribel, and Norma Morales have been found safe. I have also received word from his mother that Oscar Bazan Cavallo has been found safe and is back home with her, and from several articles that Eden Marie Nunn and Gemalynne Nunn-McMorrine have been found safe in Mexico anbd reunited with their fathers. I have resolved their cases, modified the anniversary posts so there are no dead links, and if I find any more articles will post them here. The new cases on the site are those of Lorena Contreras and Ashley Dominguez, Isabella Delgado, Na’zia Jackson, Julia Potter, and Adam and Qais Shihadeh.

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    ND Transplant said,

    October 8, 2015 @ 11:10 pm

    In the Julia Potter case,which parent is the Bulgarian National? Depending on the answer,they are probably there. Also if the child is born in Bulgaria with a Bulgarian parent then she too is a Bulgarian Citizen,therefore the poster should read she is a dual citizen of Bulgaria and United States. Overall there is something strange about this case. The mother won Sole Custody+Restraining Orders despite the child apparently residing with the father for quite some time previously, yet the judge oddly didn’t deem necessary to send a police escort along with the father upon ordering him to go home,get the child and her things,to be handed over to her mother immediately. The father went home alone with no incentive except stern words and vanished with the child just as any moron could have predicted would happen. To “go off the grid” the father is in a fantastic location of the United States. He could and probably has, if not in Bulgaria or Canada, gotten himself and the kid good and lost in the neighboring vicinities of Idaho,Montana,Oregon, or Wyoming,possibly also Alaska.

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    forthelost said,

    October 8, 2015 @ 11:49 pm

    Her mother is Bulgarian, not her father. He was born in the US.

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    Been There said,

    October 9, 2015 @ 10:34 pm

    I would most definitely focus on Western Canada and Alaska in the Julia Potter Case. Canada doesn’t recognize United States custody orders for starters and it is incredibly easy to get into Canada if you are an US citizen. I grew up in a border state taking a few field trips to Canada, and all parents needed to supply was permission for the school to pull from file and photocopy their kid’s birth certificate in order to have some proof that the kid had the right to re enter the United States. There were no real barriers when entering Canada aside from general checking that no weapons are being brought in, just when trying to get back into the United States that guards were checking documents and receipts and stuff. I’m assuming the father has sole possession of all of Julia’s identifying documents since he somehow got her out of Bulgaria then out of Seattle against her mother’s wishes.

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    forthelost said,

    October 9, 2015 @ 10:56 pm

    She was brought out of Bulgaria legally. Her mother now lives in the US as well.

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    Common Sense said,

    October 20, 2015 @ 12:16 am

    I also strongly suspect that little Julia is somewhere in the American West. One can take a ferry from Washington State,at Sea-Tac I believe, to Alaska,with no identification or questioned asked,so long as the ship does not enter Russian nautical territory. Also the mother would be wise to check Mexico,because moat outgoing International Abductions from the United States are to Mexico. In the Nunn-McMorrine Case listed above,we the private residents,were told to be looking for these children in Minnesota (I live in a a town on the border with Minnesota), but they were found in Mexico. Everyone knows that 95% of the time,our United States/Mexico border is not being properly guarded and documents aren’t being checked.

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