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House Proceeding 09-24-07 on Sep 24th, 2007 :: 0:30:40 to 0:33:42
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states. in addition, missing adult cases often go unreported in the media. even though the first few days after a crime is committed are the most critical in solving a case, there can be significant

Kirsten Gillibrand

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Kirsten Gillibrand: delays in beginning the search for someone over the ageme of 18 who has gone missing. sadly in new york, there are over 3,500 missing persons cases, including nearly 1,400 cases involving

Kirsten Gillibrand

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Speech By: Kirsten Gillibrand

Kirsten Gillibrand

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Kirsten Gillibrand: new yorkers over the age of 18. furthermore, the statistics showow that a disproportionate number of people missin g are college-aged women. currently in new york state, over 2/3 of the college-aged

Kirsten Gillibrand

0:31:15 to 0:31:31( Edit History Discussion )

Kirsten Gillibrand: individuals reported missing are female, and this group also makes up approximately half of all missing adults. . it's important you combine forces with local law enforcement. i'm honor ed to

Kirsten Gillibrand

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Kirsten Gillibrand: represent suzanne's parents who are leaders in new york and around the country in bringing attention to crimes involving young adults. they have used their personal nightmare to assist other

Kirsten Gillibrand

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Kirsten Gillibrand: parents and families who have had loved ones gone missing. they founded the center for hope, an organization with a mission of providing resources to educate and assist families and friends

Kirsten Gillibrand

0:32:06 to 0:32:23( Edit History Discussion )

Kirsten Gillibrand: to cope with the disappearance of a loved one. the center works with the new york state and federal government to improve our laws in order to prevent future abductions. in 1983 president

Kirsten Gillibrand

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Kirsten Gillibrand: reagan established may 25 as national missing children's day and last may, americans marked the 25th national missing children's day. this important day is setaside to draw attention to children

Kirsten Gillibrand

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Kirsten Gillibrand: who are still missing whether they have been missing for a few days or for decades. yet a day has not yet been setaside to remember those americans who are over the age of 18 and missing from

Kirsten Gillibrand

0:32:59 to 0:33:13( Edit History Discussion )

Kirsten Gillibrand: their farmers. with over 100,000 americans unaccounted for, mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers, sons and daughters, a day must be established to remind the public of those missing in our country

Kirsten Gillibrand

0:33:13 to 0:33:30( Edit History Discussion )

Kirsten Gillibrand: -- and our country's dedica tion to solving their cases and hopefully reuniting them with the families and loved ones. in 2001, former governor george pataki established april 6, suzanne's birthday,

Kirsten Gillibrand

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Kirsten Gillibrand: as national -- the state's missing persons day in new york. it is my hope that this date can also become the national day of remembrance for all missing americans. this day will allow americans

Judy Biggert

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Judy Biggert: to appropriately remember the victims, their families, and the efforts of local law enforcement and the community. thank you, mr. speaker, and i hope my colleagues will join me in unanimously

Judy Biggert

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Speech By: Judy Biggert

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