November 1, 2009

Lakeesha Alert: Mitrice Richardson is Missing


Villagers, have you been following the case of Mitrice Richardson? She is a young college graduate from California State University of Fullerton, in Psychology, with a 4.00 GPA. Mitrice Richardson has begun the process of acceptance into the Psychology Professional College, Alliant, to pursue her Ph.D. as a Clinical Psychologist.

The Amber Alert system is failing. Mitrice is not blue-eyed woman with blonde hair ... so her disappearance isn't valued by the mainstream media. It is time for us to put out a Lakeesha Alert for this sister.

On September 16, 2009, Mitrice Richardson was booked into custody after 10:00 pm, and then the police released her shortly after 12:38am.

The police released Mitrice Richardson in a desolate area of canyons and wildlife with no money, food, water, identification or cell phone. She was not familiar with the area and had no transportation. The police did not contact her mother ... despite the fact that the mother had been talking with the police at 10:30 pm that same night. Mitrice was obviously in a depressed state of mind. She is loved and supported by her family and friends. Mitrice Richardson is in a crisis and is in danger, support is needed to find her.

Villagers, there is something seriously wrong. First, I ask you to listen to the police audio from the night of her arrest:





Now compare those audio clips with the police interpretation of events a few days later:





This blog joins other online activists who seek a federal investigation into the whereabouts of Mitrice Richardson to bring her home and to ensure that this does not happen to anyone else.

4 comments:

Janet Shan said...

What is disgraceful is the double standard in the handling of this matter. Had this been a celebrity who couldn't pay their tab, the restaurant would not have made called the cops. Also, I find it abhorrent that she was released in the wee hours of the morning without a way to get home.

Villager said...

Janet - I feel ya'. I fear that this situation won't turn out well in the end for Mitrice and her family...

Free said...

Watching the body language of the spokesman, it seems that he is in a position of having to really spin this issue. If they did all that "examination" of the young lady, why is it that they didn't see any of what the business owner saw? Or the man who reported her later as wandering on his property? This is something that was handled too carelessly by the authorities and now they are trying to backtrack & cover their behinds. Sad.

Villager said...

Free - There simply hasn't been enough attention on this missing person case by the mainstream media. I fear that this case will not end well. Your analysis of the body language of the police spokesman is on target...