National Center for Missing Adults/Let’s Bring Them Home Does Not Condone Whistle Blowing in Cleveland Case

National Center for Missing Adults/Let’s Bring Them Home Does Not Condone Whistle Blowing in Cleveland Case

NATIONAL CENTER FOR MISSING ADULTS/LET’S BRING THEM HOME DOES NOT CONDONE WHISTLE BLOWING IN CLEVELAND CASE

ROGERS, AR (May 10 2013) – President and Co-Founder of Let’s Bring Them Home, LaDonna Meredith, issued a statement Friday about the information leaked by Kym Pasqualini in the Michele Knight case.

 “Kym Pasqualini is not associated with our agency,” stated Meredith.  “Let’s Bring Them Home merged with the National Center for Missing Adults in 2009.  As of 2010, Pasqualini was no longer associated with the newly merged organization.”

 Whistle blowing and confidential informants are not standard practices of Let’s Bring Them Home.

 Let’s Bring Them Home chooses to work with law enforcement to improve support in missing adults cases.

 “There’s nothing to indicate,” says Meredith, “that an NCIC entry would have made any difference in the resolution of Michele Knight’s case.  Our agency is not aware of the reason for the removal of Knight’s information from the NCIC database and we choose not to speculate.”

 Let’s Bring Them Home supports investigating agencies and strives to help improve services to families with missing adults.

 For more information about Let’s Bring Them Home visit, lbth.org or email l.meredith@missingadults.org

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