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Aaliyah Bedwell GPS Amber Alert: On Air Discussion

June 13th at 1pm EST, we are taking this discussion on air. The overwhelming response in these topics have made something very clear, that people are getting fed up with hearing about them. They are tired about hearing about missing person cases, and sickened when it’s reported that another child has been found murdered. It is my belief that Gps Implants can help with that.

Changes to the Amber Alert system in Canada have been proposed after the charges of abduction and murder in the case of Victoria Stafford. Why did it take so long for the case to be treated as an abduction? It’s not reasonable to sound an alert every time a child doesn’t come straight home from school, but not sounding an Alert at all seems rather silly as well. Is it better to err on the side of caution? Gps can help in that situation as well.

It is impossible to say whether or not GPS could have saved Victoria’s life, but her parents and police could have located her that same night. And police would not be searching for her now if this option was available to them.

We will be discussing the Aaliyah Bedwell case and the recent evidence revealed here on this site, what effect will that have on peoples opinions? Dr Joesph Saturley will be joining us to share his experience and answer some questions, and we’ll be talking about his new book as well. I hope you can make time to join us for what will be a very interesting hour, I’m sure.

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June 5, 2009, 7:46 AM - Posted by | All News

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  1. Awesome Sean! As a parent I would be all for a GPS system. It would not only help with stranger abduction but parental abduction cases as well.
    GPS may also discourage abductions, especially if the abductor would be unaware of when it might be activated and they may be caught in the act.

    It would be interested if you could get someone from NCMEC to share their thoughts with you on the GPS and if NCMEC has done any research into this.

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    Comment by Cubby | June 5, 2009, 10:12 AM | Reply

  2. That should read it would be interesting, not interested.

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    Comment by Cubby | June 5, 2009, 10:12 AM | Reply

  3. Another great article honey! I believe the gps WOULD have saved her life. They travelled, if I’m not mistaken far enough that the gps, when activated to zero in on a location would have found them still “traveling” to the location where they took her! En route! She would have been found alive IMO!

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    Comment by C~A | June 6, 2009, 8:11 AM | Reply

  4. Sean,
    Are you also interviewing Mitzi Nay on the 13th? There is a new article from June 10th on a site for Parental Alienation Syndrome – with a blog titled
    Connie Bedwell V. Dustin Thompson which states the following:

    Mitzi will also be interviewed on blog talk radio with Sean McAllister on June 13th at 1pm EST.

    Is this true? or is the blogger on this site confusing Mitzi Nay with Dr. Joe Saturley?

    Thanks!

    Cubby

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    Comment by Cubby | June 11, 2009, 5:56 AM | Reply

    • Thanks for the heads up Cubby. Ive posted a (correction) over there. 😛

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      Comment by Beast | June 14, 2009, 9:25 PM | Reply

  5. I just watched the “exchange” video. What was the purpose of it? BabyA is CRANKY.period,she’s obviously over tired,besides it nighttime and was probably woken up,as she has on pajamas,it’s cold,and the man in the video is HOLDING her coat,connie looks annoyed,she dosen’t comfort the baby. Why couldn’t she drop her off during the day?Any child gets cranky,when their woken up and taken out in the cold,just another clue,this is a set up,I wanted to yell put the camera down! Strange how people interpet differently. I guess it’s in the eye of the beholder.IMO~ Connie is a disgrace as a mother she’s(mommie dearest)!

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    Comment by Terisa | June 11, 2009, 7:53 AM | Reply

  6. Great topics Sean. Lots of meat there. Will try to call. Thanks for doing all you do for the children … all children.

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    Comment by heart10 | June 13, 2009, 11:36 AM | Reply


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