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« Reply #260 on: December 17, 2010, 07:18:11 PM »

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2010/12/17/murdered-missing-unsolved-crime-stories/
The Murdered and the Missing: Unsolved Crime Stories
By Cristina Corbin
Published December 17, 2010
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Their stories have stumped investigators, agonized families and captivated the American public. Following are the names of some of the highest-profile crime victims whose cases remain unsolved to this day.

Jennifer Kesse was last seen alive on Jan. 23, 2006, in Orlando, Fla. No one has seen or heard from her since, and no suspects have been identified in her disappearance.
Jennifer Kesse

Known by friends and family simply as "Jenn," the 24-year-old Orlando woman was last seen alive on Jan. 23, 2006. Kesse, who lived alone, was reported missing by her parents the next day when she failed to show up for her job as a manager at Central Florida Investments.
Kesse’s car – a black Chevy Malibu – was found by authorities on Jan. 26 approximately one mile from her condominium. The Orlando Police Department had hoped for a break in the case when it released security footage of a person seen parking Kesse’s vehicle near a pool at an apartment complex and walking away. But the suspect – who appears to be between 5-foot-3 and 5-foot-5 – has never been identified.

In a recent interview with FoxNews.com, Drew Kesse, Jennifer's father, said he believes more than one person is responsible for his daughter’s disappearance. His theory is that Jenn was abducted while leaving her residence early on Jan. 24, and that she never made it to her car.

No forensic evidence was obtained from her vehicle – only one “latent print,” which her father called “too minuscule” to be useful. The last known police search for Kesse -- who is 5-foot-8 with blond hair -- was conducted in February, when investigators scoured an overgrown field, yielding no clues in the case.

Kesse suggested his daughter may have been taken by human traffickers and may no longer be in the country. “I think that someone wanted a prize,” he told FoxNews.com. “Over 1,300 leads now and every single one of them is a dead end.”

“She had no enemies,” Kesse said of his daughter, a 2003 graduate of the University of Central Florida in Orlando and an Alpha Delta Pi sorority member he described as driven and outgoing.

“We don’t own a picture without her smiling,” he said.
Robert Krentz

Robert N. Krentz Jr., a prominent rancher whose family has been ranching in southern Arizona since 1907, was shot to death on March 27, 2010. Investigators say the 58-year-old Krentz was found dead inside his all-terrain vehicle on his 35,000-acre Cochise County ranch with multiple gunshot wounds. Krentz’s dog, Blue, was found critically injured in the back of the ATV.

Authorities say Krentz's body was found several hours after he radioed his brother, Phil, saying he was setting out to help someone on the ranch who he believed was an illegal immigrant.

"He was a good and kind and gentle person," Krentz’s wife, Sue, said in an interview. "Somebody chose to invade our lives and create a crime that was unjustified. It’s torn a big whole in our family.”

Krentz spoke to his brother sometime between 10 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. on March 27, according to police. Phil Krentz said he was able to make out the words “illegal alien” and “hurt” during that exchange. The brothers had planned to meet at  noon, but Robert Krentz never showed up. At approximately 6:20 p.m., family members reported him missing.

Investigators were able to trace Krentz’s vehicle back about 1,000 feet to where they claim the incident began. Detectives say they believe Krentz and his dog were shot inside their vehicle after coming upon his assailant. They say the rancher then drove off at a high speed before falling unconscious.

Sherriff’s deputies and the U.S. Border Patrol identified a single pair of foot tracks that led them approximately 20 miles south of the U.S. border with Mexico.
The find prompted authorities as well as Krentz’s family to say they believed he encountered a drug smuggler returning to Mexico. To date, no suspect has been named.

In a recent interview with FoxNews.com, investigative sources declined to comment on any possible advances in the case, saying only that "interesting leads have been developing" and that authorities remain committed to catching the killer.

Sue Krentz said it was not unusual for her and her husband to help the illegal immigrants they encountered on their vast stretch of land bordering Mexico.

“We’ve had lots of illegals on our property before so we were never afraid of them and never assumed that they would hurt us,” she said. “I’m just hoping someone would have a conscience and just admit it or turn themselves in.”

“It’s the first time in 33 years that he won’t be here for Christmas,” Krentz said.
Natalee Holloway

The 18-year-old high school graduate from Mountain Brook, Ala., disappeared in May 2005 while on a school trip to Aruba. The honor student’s body has never been found.

Joran van der Sloot, a 22-year-old Dutch playboy and the lead suspect in Holloway’s disappearance, is currently being held in Peru -- charged with murdering a 22-year-old Peruvian woman in May 2010.

According to friends’ accounts, Hollway was last seen leaving Carlos'n Charlie's -- a popular hangout in Oranjestad -- at around 1:30 a.m. on May 30 in a car with Van Der Sloot and brothers Deepak and Satish Kalpoe. Holloway failed to show up for her return flight to Alabama later that day.

An unprecedented search of the island – including help from the FBI, the Dutch Army and F-16 aircraft -- yielded no sign of the 5-foot-4 blonde, who had plans to attend the University of Alabama on full scholarship.

Van Der Sloot’s version of events surrounding Holloway’s disappearance has changed several times. He first told authorities that he and the Kalpoe brothers drove Holloway to a lighthouse before dropping her off at the Holiday Inn, where Van Der Sloot said she stumbled as she left the car and was approached by a dark-skinned man. He later modified his story, saying he left Holloway alone on a beach. In 2008, in an interview with Fox News, Van Der Sloot confessed to selling Holloway into sex slavery (an admission he later retracted). The Dutch national also claimed he was under the influence of marijuana when a hidden camera captured him telling a
friend that Holloway died after she had a seizure.

Van Der Sloot was arrested twice on suspicion of involvement in the case and then released by Aruban authorities. On June 3, 2010, he was indicted by a federal grand jury in the U.S. for wire fraud and extortion related to Holloway's disappearance. He allegedly demanded $250,000 from Holloway's mother, Beth Twitty, in exchange for information on the whereabouts of her daughter's remains.

Van Der Sloot was arrested that same day by Peruvian authorities for allegedly beating Stephany Flores Ramirez to death in a hotel room in Lima hotel on May 30 -- the fifth year anniversary of Holloway's disappearance.

Twitty reportedly confronted Van Der Sloot after sneaking into Castro Castro Prison last month. "I want to know what happened and I want to move on, Joran," Twitty is seen telling him on tape. "I want to move on in my life and I can't close the book."

Investigators hoped that a human jawbone found on an Aruban beach last month would provide a break in the case, but Aruban authorities determined that the remains were not Holloway's.
David Hartley

David Hartley, 30, of Milliken, Colo., was shot and killed Sept. 30, 2010, while jet-skiing with his wife on Lake Falcon, a 25-mile-long lake along the U.S.-Mexico border that is notorious for drug smuggling.

Tiffany Hartley says her husband was shot in the back of the head while the couple was dodging bullets from three speedboats containing Mexican drug cartel members. She said they encountered the killers when they set out set on their jet skis to photograph a half-submerged church on the Mexican side of the lake. The 29-year-old said she was forced to leave her husband lying face down in the water because she was unable to pull him onto her watercraft.

Authorities found blood on Tiffany Hartley’s life vest, but her husband's body was never recovered. A police source speaking on condition of anonymity said confidential informants indicated that the body and jet ski were destroyed and will never be found.

A Mexican state police commander investigating the shooting was found decapitated in October – his severed head delivered in a suitcase to the Mexican military.

After pressure from U.S. officials, Mexican authorities in October identified two men as suspects in Hartley's murder -- Juan Pedro Saldivar Farias and his brother, Jose Manuel, both from New Guerrero, Mexico, and members of the Zeta drug cartel .
In an interview with FoxNews.com, Zapata County Sheriff Sigifredo Gonzalez said he recently received information identifying two additional suspects in the murder. Gonzalez said the men, Zeta drug cartel members whom he did not identify, indicated that they disposed of Hartley’s body and his jet ski.

Gonzalez said he also has information that the shooters were ordered to kill Tiffany Hartley, and he said he believes at least six drug cartel members – and possibly eight – were on the lake when the shooting occurred.

"Information has been revealed that [they] authorized her killing as well, but she was able to escape,” Gonzalez said. “They were targeted because they were in the wrong place at the wrong time.”

Gonzalez expressed frustration with Mexican law enforcement, saying sometimes “they just won’t call back,” but said he’s optimistic the killers will be apprehended.

“Eventually something’s going to happen,” he said, “Information is constantly flowing.”

Kyron Hormon

The largest missing person search in Oregon's history was launched for Kyron Horman, an 8-year-old Portland-area boy who disappeared June 4, 2010.
The child’s stepmother, Terri Moulton Horman, told police she last saw the boy walking down the hallway of Skyline Elementary School on his way to class after having attended a science fair. School officials said the second-grader never made it to class.

No person has been charged or made a person of interest in Kyron’s disappearance, Lt. Mary Lindstrand of the Multnomah County Sheriff told FoxNews.com.

Terri Horman, 40, said she accompanied her stepson to school early June 4 in her white pickup truck. She said the two previewed the school's science fair exhibits -- along with other parents and children -- before Kyron's first class was to begin. Terri then reportedly posted a picture on Facebook of the smiling boy standing in front of his tree frog exhibit.

She called 911 at approximately 3:45 p.m. after Kyron, who was last seen wearing a black T-shirt with the letters "CSI," failed to return home on his school bus.

Hundreds of Oregon law enforcement officials -- with help from the FBI and the Portland Police Bureau's air unit -- searched for the boy.

Questions arose over the truthfulness of Terri Hormon's account after she was asked by authorities to take a polygraph test twice. Her cell phone records also didn't match where she said she was on the day Kyron disappeared. The child's biological mother, Desiree Horman, later called on her to "fully corporate with the investigators" to bring Kyron home.
Kaine Horman, the child's father, filed for a divorce against Terri, stating in court documents that it was common for his wife to be impaired by alcohol "several nights a week." Police also told Kaine Horman that about six months before Kyron disappeared, Terri Horman allegedly hired a landscaper to kill her husband.

But Lindstrand told FoxNews.com that Terri Horman was "never in custody" and investigators are still pursuing all leads in the case. Searchers combed an island about 15 miles outside of Portland in October looking for any signs of Kyron.

"We’re still very hopeful that there will be closure on this case," Lindstrand said.   

SLIDESHOW: Click here to see profiles of more unsolved mysteries.http://www.foxnews.com/slideshow/us/2010/12/17/murdered-missing-unsolved-crime-stories/
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« Reply #261 on: January 18, 2011, 05:14:44 PM »

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UCF announces Jennifer Kesse scholarship
Last Updated: Tuesday, January 18, 2011 12:03 PM
ORLANDO --

On Jan. 24, Jennifer Kesse will have been missing for five years.

Just a week before the somber anniversary, the University of Central Florida has announced the creation of new scholarship in her name.

Jennifer Kesse graduated from UCF in 2003.

In January 2006, she disappeared from her apartment near the Mall at Millenia.

Despite numerous searches, there has been no trace of Jennifer in the last five years, but her parents, Drew and Joyce Kesse, have vowed never to give up on the search for their daughter.

The Kesse family, along with the University of Central Florida Foundation and the College of Health and Public Affairs' Department of Criminal Justice, created the endowed scholarship program to honor both Jennifer and the university she loves.

UCF is expected to announce more details Friday morning at the Fairwinds Alumni Center.
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« Reply #262 on: January 19, 2011, 09:24:41 AM »

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UCF announces Jennifer Kesse scholarship
By Mark Jenkins, Reporter
Last Updated: Wednesday, January 19, 2011 8:22 AM
On Jan. 24, Jennifer Kesse will have been missing for five years.

Just a week before the somber anniversary, the University of Central Florida has announced the creation of new scholarship in her name.

Jennifer Kesse graduated from UCF in 2003.

In January 2006, she disappeared from her apartment near the Mall at Millenia.

Despite numerous searches, there has been no trace of Jennifer in the last five years, but her parents have vowed never to give up on the search for their daughter.

Drew Kesse, Jennifer's father, took college courses dealing with missing person cases, and said many officers on the streets do not have the proper training.

"People don't know what to do, especially officers," he said. "Our first officer says she probably had a fight with her boyfriend, shrugged his shoulders and walked out. So we do need training. We have to know what to do each step of the way."

Drew Kesse said he hopes this new scholarship will help students interested in criminal justice get the education needed.

The Kesse family, along with the University of Central Florida Foundation and the College of Health and Public Affairs' Department of Criminal Justice, created the endowed scholarship program to honor both Jennifer and the university she loves.

The scholarship takes $30,000 to fund, and the Kesse family said it has fundraisers planned throughout the next six years to help fund it.
The first Jennifer Kesse Criminal Justice Endowed Scholarship, for $1,000, will be awarded during the Fall 2011 semester.

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UCF and the Kesse family are expected to announce more details Friday morning at the Fairwinds Alumni Center
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« Reply #263 on: January 20, 2011, 11:58:46 AM »

Jennifer's disappearance was covered last night on Nancy Grace's new show MISSING. Her parents were there and just about the whole hour was devoted to her. He father stated that the police in Orlando do not take any tips on her anymore and tipsters are referred to the FBI. The FBI doesn't take them, and refers tipsters back to the local police. 
I feel so bad for her parents and all the people who love her. 
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« Reply #264 on: January 21, 2011, 09:36:02 AM »

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Jennifer Kesse's family will be at UCF Friday to announce a new scholarship to honor her.
It's been nearly five years since the young woman disappeared from her Orlando condo, but her parents still hold onto hope that she'll be found.

Jennifer's dad, Drew Kesse, says OPD and the FBI both tell him the same thing about her case.

"That Jennnifer has vanished, there are no clues to where she is, and, in fact, the FBI asked us to please not send any more clues or leads in," said Kesse. "If you call OPD, they will tell you to call the FBI. If you call FBI, they will tell you they are just reviewing the case, call OPD."

But the Kesses aren't giving up.

"If police go away, everyone goes away, she still has her family looking for her, and we'll never stop," said Drew. "Truly, it's my responsibility as her father to find her."

In an effort to help police learn more about disappearance cases, the Kesses are setting up a scholarship for a UCF graduate student in criminal justice. The $1,000 annual award will go to a Florida resident who writes an essay on enhancing the state's missing person's act which is named for Jennifer and Tiffany Sessions.
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« Reply #265 on: January 21, 2011, 09:39:15 AM »

http://www.myfoxtampabay.com/dpp/news/local/jennifer-kesse-fbi-012111
Jennifer Kesse's dad: Cops have given up

Updated: Friday, 21 Jan 2011, 5:46 AM EST
Published : Friday, 21 Jan 2011, 5:46 AM EST


ORLANDO - Jennifer Kesse's parents aren't giving up their search. But they're accusing the Orlando Police Department and the FBI of doing just that.

Kesse grew up here in the Bay Area. She was 24 when she vanished from her Orlando apartment four years ago.

The Kesses say detectives have stopped accepting tips on the case.
"We were basically told right to my face, in an interview so they must have it on tape, that Jennifer has vanished that they have not a clue where she is and that they don't want any more leads," Jennifer's father, Drew Kesse, said.

Drew Kesse says he doesn't blame the FBI for his daughter's case going unsolved. But, without going into details, he says Orlando police made critical mistakes in the first critical hours after her disappearance.

"They didn't do what was needed the first three days. And if you don't do it in the beginning, you don't get it back," he said.


Orlando police referred a WOFL-TV reporter to the FBI, who said they could not comment on the OPD's handling of the case. They did say any leads they get are being sent to OPD.
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« Reply #266 on: January 21, 2011, 09:44:09 AM »

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Jennifer Kesse scholaship information
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January 24 is the 5 year anniversary of the disappearance of Jennifer Kesse.  She disappeared from The University of Central Florida.

The family and friends of Jennifer wish to Honor her by establishing "The Jennifer Kesse Criminal Justice Endowed Scholarship" at University of Central Florida Foundation. The scholarship will be supported from the donations of friends and family. The purpose of the scholarship is to provide awards to UCF students enrolled in the Criminal Justice Graduate Program.

To provide a gift to this scholarship fund online, please visit:

www.cohpa.ucf.edu   http://www.cohpa.ucf.edu/index.shtml

- Click Make A Gift button on right side
-Scroll down on the drop-down to "The Jennifer Kesse Criminal Justice Endowed Scholarship" click on it and fill out remaining information
- A donation hard copy link is also available for printing and mailing just below as well.

-All checks should be made out to "UCF Foundation, Inc." only, NOT Jennifer Kesse. The Jennifer Kesse Criminal Justice Scholarship MUST APPEAR in the MEMO line.
Mail Donations to:

The UCF Foundation
C/O Katie Korkosz
UCF College of Health and Public Affairs
PO BOX 162200
Orlando, FL 32816-2200

-All donations are tax deductible and you will receive a receipt of your gift.
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« Reply #267 on: January 21, 2011, 09:49:12 AM »

Jennifer's disappearance was covered last night on Nancy Grace's new show MISSING. Her parents were there and just about the whole hour was devoted to her. He father stated that the police in Orlando do not take any tips on her anymore and tipsters are referred to the FBI. The FBI doesn't take them, and refers tipsters back to the local police. 
I feel so bad for her parents and all the people who love her. 

Me too Fanny.   
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« Reply #268 on: January 21, 2011, 10:01:20 AM »

http://transcripts.cnn.com/TRANSCRIPTS/1101/19/ng.02.html
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Jennifer Kesse Disappears
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« Reply #269 on: January 21, 2011, 06:11:19 PM »

http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-504083_162-20029225-504083.html
January 21, 2011 4:40 PM
Jennifer Kesse Update: Scholarship Started in Missing Florida Woman's Honor, Family Continues Search
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NEW YORK (CBS) The family of Jennifer Kesse, who mysteriously disappeared from her Orlando home nearly five years ago, announced a University of Central Florida scholarship in her honor Friday.

PICTURES: Jennifer Kesse Missing  http://www.cbsnews.com/2300-504083_162-10003738.html?tag=contentMain;contentBody

Drew Kesse, Jennifer's father, along with his wife, Joyce, have been tireless advocates for their daughter's case since her disappearance January 24, 2006. Drew spoke with Crimesider Friday and said that The Jennifer Kesse Scholarship will award $1,000 each year to a Florida resident who's a UCF graduate student in criminal justice.

Entrants must have a 3.0 grade point average or better and write a 500-word essay regarding the strengths and weaknesses of the Jennifer Kesse and Tiffany Sessions Missing Persons Act, a law the Kesses helped pass in 2008. It expanded the state's missing child alert system to include anyone up to age 26, and requires that after 90 days, a missing person's DNA be entered into local state and national data bases.

Jennifer, 24, apparently vanished from her Orlando home on January 24, 2006. Her friends became worried when she did not show up at work the next day, and when they didn't get a response, they called her parents.
Her car was recovered days later, just a mile from her home. Surveillance cameras snapped pictures of someone parking Jennifer's car and walking away from it, but the face of the person in the photos is obscured, and he or she has never been identified

Despite numerous searches, and years of work, police have made no arrests in the case. And nearly five years after her disappearance, Drew said, both Florida authorities and the FBI have "given up."

"Our criminal justice system really needs help," he stressed.

Drew hopes Jennifer's scholarship will keep his daughter's life, and story, in the forefront of the public's mind, while challenging those preparing for a career in the criminal justice system.

When asked if he has given up hope, Drew answered, "Not at all. We will continue to search for our daughter."

The Jennifer Kesse Criminal Justice Endowed Scholarship will be awarded to its first recipient in the fall 2011 semester.

Anyone with information on the disappearance of Jennifer Kesse is asked to call the FBI's Tampa office at 866-838-1153.
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« Reply #270 on: January 24, 2011, 01:01:05 PM »

Five years too long! We are praying for you Jennifer, and all of your family and friends!
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« Reply #271 on: February 07, 2011, 03:18:03 PM »

http://www.myfoxorlando.com/dpp/news/local/020411-fbi-done-with-kesse-case
FBI done with Kesse case
Updated: Friday, 04 Feb 2011, 11:36 PM EST
Published : Friday, 04 Feb 2011, 11:36 PM EST

ORLANDO, Fla. (WOFL FOX 35) - Orlando police reported Friday that the Federal Bureau of Investigations has ended its involvement in the Jennifer Kesse case. Kesse disappeared five years ago from her south Orlando residence located near the Mall at Millenia.

Read more here....
http://www.orlandosentinel.com/news/local/orange/os-jennifer-kesse-fbi-done-20110204,0,4295553.story
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« Reply #272 on: February 11, 2011, 08:20:17 AM »

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Home opens for survivors of human trafficking
By Heather Sorentrue, Reporter
Last Updated: Friday, February 04, 2011 10:49 PM

Video Kesse victim of human trafficking?  http://www.cfnews13.com/video?clip=http://static.cfnews13.com/newsvideo/cfn/KesseHumanTrafficking.flv
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« Reply #273 on: March 17, 2011, 08:48:31 AM »

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Home opens for survivors of human trafficking
By Heather Sorentrue, Reporter
Last Updated: Friday, February 04, 2011 10:49 PM

Video Kesse victim of human trafficking?  http://www.cfnews13.com/video?clip=http://static.cfnews13.com/newsvideo/cfn/KesseHumanTrafficking.flv
There was a program (probably a rerun) about Jenn last night on 48 hours:Hard Evidence.  Did anyone else see it.  The last 10 minutes or so went blank on my tv and I didn't get to see how it ended.  LE has just revealed to the public about a glove being found with DNA and a fingerprint inside.  It was tested against the more than 100 DNA samples they have on the case plus CODIS.
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« Reply #274 on: March 23, 2011, 11:22:38 PM »

That would really be great if they had a print, something, anything.!!  ::MonkeyJnBox::That is really good news. Hopefully the FBI will not give up on Jennifer. I really have a feeling there on to something. Justice for Jennifer. Shamrock Luck!!!
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« Reply #275 on: March 23, 2011, 11:25:40 PM »

That would really be great if they had a print, something, anything.!!  ::MonkeyJnBox::That is really good news. Hopefully the FBI will not give up on Jennifer. I really have a feeling there on to something. Justice for Jennifer. Shamrock Luck!!!


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« Reply #276 on: March 28, 2011, 09:45:55 AM »

http://www.cfnews13.com/article/news/2011/february/204332/Home-opens-for-survivors-of-human-trafficking
Home opens for survivors of human trafficking
By Heather Sorentrue, Reporter
Last Updated: Friday, February 04, 2011 10:49 PM

Video Kesse victim of human trafficking?  http://www.cfnews13.com/video?clip=http://static.cfnews13.com/newsvideo/cfn/KesseHumanTrafficking.flv
There was a program (probably a rerun) about Jenn last night on 48 hours:Hard Evidence.  Did anyone else see it.  The last 10 minutes or so went blank on my tv and I didn't get to see how it ended.  LE has just revealed to the public about a glove being found with DNA and a fingerprint inside.  It was tested against the more than 100 DNA samples they have on the case plus CODIS.
Trimm, can you help?

I found where Nancy Grace did show on 03/17/11
http://transcripts.cnn.com/TRANSCRIPTS/1103/17/ng.03.html

Here is a link for 48 Hours full Episodes  http://www.yidio.com/show/48-hours-mystery

Here is a link to Tru Tv Crime library where they discuss the episode. http://boards.library.trutv.com/showthread.php?290808-48-Hours-to-air-Tara-Grinstead-Jennifer-Kesse-Disappearance/page4

Jan. 10, 2009
Stolen Beauty
A Young Teacher And A Financial Analyst Vanish. Are Their Cases Linked?  http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2008/06/30/48hours/main4219397.shtml


Hope this helps you. 
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« Reply #277 on: March 29, 2011, 07:32:05 PM »

http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/article/ALeqM5hjkn7X_EvQo3-lzRn_T_YeD9R8wg?docId=7d8014c875e24c44bbb12914629c92c5
Ga. man appeals conviction in serial killer hoax

(AP) – Mar 21, 2011
ATLANTA (AP) — Andrew Scott Haley used the online moniker "catchmekiller" to post a video claiming he killed 16 people, a callous lie that led investigators down dead-end trails and wasted countess hours of detective work, prosecutors said Monday.

Haley admits what he did was wrong, but believes his free speech rights were trampled during his elaborate attempt to get viewers involved in solving a mystery. He asked the Georgia Supreme Court on Monday to overturn his conviction.

Haley was convicted of tampering with evidence and making false statements after he posted the video on YouTube in February 2009. Once authorities tracked him down, they quickly determined he had nothing to do with the killings.

The video, which obscured his face and voice, purported to offer clues to where bodies were located and urged viewers to help him solve the crime. He promised to reveal his true identify if they played along, but warned "Don't try to chase me."
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Haley also claimed to have information on the unsolved 2006 disappearance of Jennifer Kesse, an Orlando woman whose father received a link to the video from Haley, along with the message: "Maybe I can help."
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« Reply #278 on: April 17, 2011, 09:53:49 AM »

http://jenniferkesse.com/
April 2011
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The FBI, has completed their review of Jennifer’s case. The findings of that review we are not privy to unfortunately as Jennifer’s case remains open and active. It has been returned to the City of Orlando’s Police Homicide department and assigned to a new set of investigators there. This will be the 7th investigative team to work on her case and it is our hope to be the last. Unfortunately after meeting with the FBI we were told that Jennifer has Vanished, they have no clue of where she is or who has taken her and are no closer in finding her since the day she was taken. We have heard that statement many times over the past 5 years however it has no affect or effect on the task at hand of finding Jennifer and our unwavering determination to do so, no matter how long it takes or how far we must go to find her. She will be found and brought home where she belongs. This family will never give up on Jennifer and our unconditional love for her is as strong as ever.

We continue to be vocal proactive advocates for those who cannot speak for themselves, The Missing, Exploited, Abducted, Trafficked and Unidentified Humans of our state, nation and world. In continuing to do so, we have been asked by the Florida’s Governor, Attorney General and Director of Victim Services to be Keynote speakers in Ceremony at the State Capitol, April 13th in recognition of National Victims Rights Week. It will be an honor to address our State leaders to keep focus on victims of all crimes and the challenges we face in doing so.

Additionally, upcoming on April 20th, the first scholarship award of “The Jennifer Kesse Criminal Justice Endowed Scholarship” at the University of Central Florida will take place. We will be in attendance to honor the Graduate Student receiving the scholarship at the University Jennifer was so proud to have attended and graduated from.
In closing, thank you again to all who help, has helped and will continue to help in the effort to bring Jennifer home. There are so many people who daily try to figure out what has happened to our loved one and we are humbled by their actions.

The Kesses
“I close my eyes and I can see a better day” – Justin Bieber
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« Reply #279 on: May 05, 2011, 11:03:49 AM »

http://www.cfnews13.com/article/news/2011/april/237812/Father-of-missing-woman-Jennifer-Kesse-restarts-radio-show
Father of missing woman Jennifer Kesse restarts radio show Last Updated: Tuesday, April 26, 2011 11:11 AM
The father of a Orlando woman who disappeared back in 2006 returned to Internet radio Tuesday.

Drew Kesse restarted his radio show, "Evolution of a Revolution" on Phoenix Network.

The show debuted in October of 2010. This is the continuation of the radio show he started in October 2010 on the Phoenix Network.

Kesse said he hopes to use his radio show to help the thousands of other families with missing loved ones.
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    * Phoenix Radio Network  http://phoenixnetwork.us/
    * Jennifer Kesse Search website  http://www.findjenniferkesse.com/

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