Friday, June 17, 2011

Genevieve Sanchez Missing

Genevieve Sanchez

Fourteen year-old San Antonio teenager, Genevieve Sanchez, also known as Gena has been missing the "days".

She was least seen on Tuesday night in the neighborhood of the 21000 block of La Pena. At the time of her disappearance she was wearing a black swimsuit with a black t-shirt. Apparently, the last communication that came from the missing girl was a text message received by her mother stating that she was on here way home. She never showed up.

She is five feet, three inches tall and weighs approximately 121 pounds. Genevieve has brown eyes and brown hair.

If you have any information on here whereabouts, call the San Antonio Police Department  at 210-207-7660. Or send an anonymous email tip by going to and and use email of the appropriate individual in the San Antonio Police directory, found here.

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Saturday, June 11, 2011

Weiner tweeted 17 year old girl remains anonymous

Anthony Weiner
Credit: The Christian Science Monitor
Breaking news on the "Weiner Scandal" doesn't seem to be letting up anytime soon as new revelations come out regarding tweets that went back and forth between the embattled Congressman and a 17 year old girl in Delaware. Since the girl is a minor, her name is being withheld and remains anonymous.

The 46-year-old congressman stated that he had online contact with a 17-year-old girl but said there was nothing inappropriate or salacious about it. Police visited the home of the girl and interviewed her and her parents. They also confiscated her computer. Generally, authorities do not confiscate a computer or hard-drives unless they have reason to believe that digital forensic evidence exists that would indicate a crime had been committed. We will have to wait and see. In the meantime, it is likely that more and more revelations will emerge concerning the online activities of this very publicly visible figure.

Today, the heat continues to be turned up on the congressman as The House Democratic leader, Nancy Pelosi, called on Weiner to resign citing the growing concern among Democrats that his online exchanges with women had become a distraction for the party.

The need for anonymity, especially in a case where a minor is involved remains a valuable and necessary tool of a civilized society. The ability to remain anonymous for ones protection or to be able to communicate by sending an anonymous email or anonymous letter is a fundamental right of all American citizens.

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Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Anonymous juries allowed by Maryland court

A Maryland Court of Appeals voted 6-1 on June 6 to permit new rules that would allow anonymous juries in criminal trials when a judge determines there is a potential for juror harassment, tampering or safety. The rules permit a judge to determine on a case-by-case basis if there is any reason to protect jurors’ identities. If it is determined that juries identities should remain anonymous, the judge would call for jurors to be referred to by number.

Silent Sender reported on a similar story back in March where  an anonymous jury for  a trial in Chicago was granted by state and federal courts in Chicago Illinois. Also, remember the Blagojevich case? The judge presiding over the former Illinois Governor's trial had proclaimed that the identities of the jurors in the retrial will indeed remain anonymous until the following morning after the proceedings.

While the media doesn't favor anonymous juries and there is some controversy over the matter, this is ultimately good for citizens that must participate in controversial trials where they may be in danger of intimidation or retribution. The ability to remain anonymous by sending an anonymous email or conveying information anonymously is critical to the safety of all people.

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Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Kristian Faith Stout still missing - Send an anonymous email to Phoenix Police

Authorities are asking the public to provide any information that may lead to finding a Phoenix girl who has been missing since May 27th. She was last seen at the Paradise Valley Mall.

Kristian Faith Stout, also known as Kristian Ward was last seen at the mall around 1:00 p.m. on May 27, according to the Phoenix Police Department. Kristian is a white female with brown hair and brown eyes. She is 5-feet-5-inches tall and weighs 125 pounds with pierced ears and another piercing in the top of her left ear. She is an 18 year-old woman of a 2 year-old boy.

The Phoenix Police Department is asking anyone with information on Stout’s whereabouts to contact the Missing Persons Unit at 602-534-2121 or 602-262-6141 or to email at . Alternatively, if you know anything about the whereabouts of this young woman and are afraid to reveal your identity, send an anonymous email to the Phoenix Police at using the email address above.

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Lauren Spierer Missing - Send an anonymous email to Bloomington Police Department

Lauren Spierer
Three days of searching streets, construction sites, lakes and the surrounding woods in and around Bloomington, Ind., police still can't Lauren Spierer and don't know where she is.

Lauren is a  20-year-old  fashion student at Indiana University. She vanished early Friday morning after being  last seen around 4:15 a.m. a few blocks from her apartment. According to a review of security cameras it has become apparent that she never made it home. Lauren also has a serious medical condition (arrhythmia) which requires daily medicine.

If you have any information regarding the where-abouts of Lauren please contact the Bloomington Police Department below. Or, if you know something and wish to send an anonymous tip to the Bloomington Police, use the email address below and go to and send an anonymous email.

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Bloomington Police
220 E Third St
Bloomington IN 47404

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