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CueSi
03-04-2011, 02:46 AM
Police quiz Pakistani stepfather of missing California girl, 13, who fled her home in terror 'to avoid arranged marriage
By DAVID GARDNER
Last updated at 10:20 PM on 3rd March 2011



EXCERPT:

A 13-year-old schoolgirl who was missing for more than a week ran away because she was terrified by her mother and stepfather's alleged plot to send her to Pakistan for an arranged marriage, police claimed today.
Jessie Bender's parents are accused of keeping their plan secret from detectives after reporting that she had disappeared from their California home.
Their claim that Jessie was abducted by a Facebook predator was proved false after she was discovered hiding with a relative at a hotel about 30 miles from her home in Hesperia, California.

Speaking to MailOnline, Hesperia Sheriff's Department spokeswoman Roxanne Walker said Jessie's stepfather, Mohammad Khan - who is from Pakistan - and her American mother, Melissa, were planning an arranged marriage for the teen.
'There was something to that effect in the works and the daughter was scared.
'She was found with the uncle who was protecting her from the parents,' said Ms Walker.


The Rest of the Story (http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1362442/Missing-13-year-old-girl-fled-avoid-arranged-marriage-Pakistan.html#ixzz1FcADSCaR)


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I'd love to know what the whole story is. . .lying to the cops, a TWO MONTH trip to Pakistan in the middle of the school year? Really? Where they do THAT at? And her mom was cool with this. Really.

This can't be life.

~QC

obx
03-04-2011, 08:49 AM
I think you are right, Cuesi. This just doesn't smell right. If the family was Mormon , there would be calls for Congress to find out this girl's story.

PoliCon
03-04-2011, 09:51 AM
What's really funny is that mom did interviews without putting her teeth in. :D

CueSi
03-04-2011, 12:32 PM
I think you are right, Cuesi. This just doesn't smell right. If the family was Mormon , there would be calls for Congress to find out this girl's story.

Yup. Anti-Mormonism is one of the last acceptable religious prejudices. We don't even ride $cientologists this hard..mostly because those f*ckers will SUE YOU.

~QC

Gingersnap
03-04-2011, 02:57 PM
Now the entire community is outraged and disgusted. The police and the volunteers were told by the family that girl might have hooked up with a sex predator on the Internet. Instead, she was hiding from a bunch of sex predators in her own family.

The girl and her siblings have been removed from the home pending an investigation.

As to who does this? A lot of people, apparently. The Brits have had to create special police units and child welfare groups to track young girls and try to prevent them being removed from school and married off in foreign countries. :(