Above: Eitan Blasingame in 2008 (left) and an age-progressed image to 16, circa 2022 (right)
Eitan Ariel Blasingame
Last seen in Plano, Texas on February 28, 2008
Vital statistics: Asian male. Born on October 22, 2006. Black hair, brown eyes. He has a small tissue lump under the skin behind his left ear. Last seen wearing a striped shirt with blue shorts. Was one at the time.
Circumstances: He was abducted by his non-custodial father, Michael Gary Blasingame. A photo and vital statistics are posted below. He and Eitan's mother, Diana Huynh, met in 2000 and were married in 2006. They lived in Madagascar for a time and Michael then said that if Huynh left him he would flee with Eitan. He was served with divorce papers and made the same threat, although Huynh continued to allow him to have access to his child. A felony warrant was issued for himl on November 3, 2008. An FBI warrant for international parental kidnapping has also been issued for him. He is known to have taken Eitan to Mexico City and flew from there to Germany. They may have been seen in Yemen, Ethiopia, Thailand and Malaysia; Eitan was reportedly treated at a hospital in Malaysia in October 2009. In April 2009 he used his myspace account to send messages to the US Marshalls, claiming that he did what was right and his son was in no danger. They are still believed to be in Malaysia. Eitan is considered at risk; his father has threatened to harm himself and his son if his mother tries to find them.
Above: Michael Blasingame in 2008
Vital statistics: Biracial (asian/white) male. Born on July 3, 1982. Black hair, brown eyes. He has tattoos on his left wrist, left forearm, and upper right arm. He may have a beard or a mustache and may wear hats and glasses to disguise his apperarance. He may use the nickname "Mike" or the alias names "Tommy Bearden," "Tim Rothschild," "Andy Michael Davis," or "Mike Lenard." He speaks English, Chinese, and French. Was twenty-five at the time.
If you have any information as to Eitan's whereabouts, please contact the Plano Police Department at 972-941-7900. Any information received can be kept confidential.
Information used to compile this casefile came from the following resources:
The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children
The Charley Project
Texas Missing Persons Clearinghouse
Bring Eitan Home
Child Quest International
NamUs National Missing Persons Data System
America's Most Wanted (site now defunct)
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