10. November 2013 10:48
On September 14, 2013, Claude and I met the parents of 4 young men - ALL of whom have sons who went missing from San Francisco. On that date, the 5 families joined together in a vigil to bring attention to their sons' plight. To date, ALL 5 young men (including our son, Sean) STILL HAVE NOT BEEN FOUND...... Gina, Kim, Trisha and Valerie, and their sons Jackson Miller, Crishtian Hughes, Shawn Dickerson and Cameron Remmer are in our thoughts daily. There is not a day that goes by when we do not look for these boys, as we walk through the streets of San Francisco.
Please keep all of the boys in mind, as you travel within and out of San Francisco. Please call 911 if you see any of them or have information related to their disappearance.
Together In Hope,
Lynn & Claude
Parents of Missing Teen, Sean SIDI
See www.facebook.com/findseansidi and www.seansidi.com for more information about the desperate search for critically injured 19-year old Sean Sidi, who has been missing from San Francisco as of May 21, 2013.
1. November 2013 12:32
On recommendation of NCMEC,**we will be expanding the search for Sean to HAWAII and providing all law enforcement, hospitals, shelters, soup kitchens, and homeless outreach advocates in HAWAII with Sean’s flier and a letter from Dr. Manley stating that Sean is at risk of DEATH. For those of you in Hawaii who would like to assist in the HAWAII search please contact Lynn’s sister, Lianne, at email@example.com.
Yesterday, Lynn, Sean’s mom met with ‘Project Alert’ (an arm of NCMEC whose members have law enforcement background), of the NATIONAL CENTER FOR MISSING AND EXPLOITED CHILDREN (“NCMEC”)**, to discuss Sean’s case.
One of the recommendations of NCMEC/Project Alert is that the search for Sean be expanded to Hawaii. There are many stories of homeless people, including those who may have no inkling of who or where they are, being given one-way tickets by various cities to other locations (including Hawaii). Since Sean has family in Hawaii and is possibly not cognizant of who or where he is, NCMEC recommends that we expand the search to Hawaii (while continuing our search in California and the rest of the U.S in FULL FORCE). MORE UPDATES TO COME.
THANK YOU to NCMEC, and to Dave and Don, of Project Alert, for assisting in the search for Sean!!
** NCMEC works in partnership with the U.S. Department of Justice to help law enforcement find missing children (0-21 yrs are eligible), receives federal funding, and is authorized under federal statute to assist with the recovery of missing children. NCMEC has recovered 180,000 children since it was established in 1984. IN SHORT, NCMEC IS A POWERFUL & VALUABLE RESOURCE IF YOU HAVE A MISSING CHILD. For more information, see www.missingkids.com.