Archive for May 9th, 2007

When it comes to helping find missing children maybe a renewed focus will help. However, her interview of Melinda Duckett was courtesy of her Headline News show. 

“Court TV will always hold a special place in my heart, and I will always look back at my time there with great gratitude and affection,” she said Wednesday in a statement.

Grace said she is leaving Court TV to focus on her legal analysis program, “Nancy Grace,” on CNN Headline News and on her charitable endeavors.

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 In 2005, Lillian Lyustiger  was allegedly abducted by her biological father from the United Kingdom. He was believed to have taken her to the United States or Russia according to this BBC report.

Two-year-old Lillian Sarah Lyustiger was last seen by her mother, Natalija, 25, from Belsize Park, north-west London, on Friday morning. Mrs Lysutiger handed the toddler to her estranged husband Nikolai for the day but he did not return her home by the agreed time.

Police believe the child could have been taken to Russia or the US, where Mr Lysutiger, 34, divides his time.

The problem is that living in the U.S. unless you knew she was abducted, she isn’t listed at the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) when you conduct a search in the U.S.

In the disappearance last August of 2-year-old Trenton Duckett, he was believed at one time to possibly be taken to South Korea. Unless people there are searching for missing children from Florida, how likely would he be recognized?

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