Philippines: Modus Operandi On Kidnapping And Making Kids Into Beggars

This is a repost!  I would like to share to you this article because my son always go inside the male public toilet on restaurants.  And I do wait outside the door of the toilet, or sometimes I do go inside the male toilet with him.

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(Post from a close friend)

Last Friday at about 6:15 p.m. I got a call from my close

friend and kumare, crying and asking my help. My 4 year old

godson MJ was missing at Rockwell. The boy asked permission to

go to the toilet at the 2nd floor. The mother agreed since the

toilets for men and women were just adjacent. The mother got

out first from the toilet and waited by the door. 15 minutes

had passed and the boy had not come out. She asked the help of

the janitor to enter the toilet and look for her son. The

janitor came out and told her, there was no boy at the toilet.

She could not believe and ran inside the toilet looking for

her son. She became frantic and started looking for help, she

immediately called for the guard who assisted her. The guard

then called their Commander to help in the search. A frantic

effort was made to look for the boy. The Commander thought

that the boy just wandered by himself and went to another

place, level or shop. All the roving guards were mobilized.

After 30 minutes of searching, the boy could not be found. My

friend was already crying and shouting on top of her lungs

looking for the boy. She called me over the cellphone and told

me about what happened, I asked her to calm down as I was

trying to analyze the situation. A 4 year old boy will not

wander in a place not familiar to him. Something wrong has

happened. I asked her to tell the Commander to order a

lockdown of all exits, parking and pedestrian. All trunks and

compartments of vehicles coming out must be thoroughly

inspected. I told her, I was on my way. I was pondering who

could kidnap the boy as the couple were regular employees. Not

the rich type of family who will be kidnapped. When I arrived,

there was a commotion going on. I suggested that the CCTV

footage be reviewed, but eventually yielded negative results,

I kept on thinking. In a kidnapping, the first 45 minutes is

very critical. It is either the person be found or he could be

gone. If the kidnapper was on foot, a radius of 300 meters

must be searched, and the nearest public access to public

rides was J.P. Rizal Street. I immediately boarded my car and

sped towards JP Rizal, I was running against time. Upon

reaching JP Rizal, I turned left towards Makati. As I was

cruising, a jeepney in front of me stopped to load a

passenger, I was blowing my horn frantically, then I looked to

my left, I saw a 14 to 16 year old boy, in basketball shorts,

sando, with a tomahawk cut on his hair and slippers. He was

holding a small child I could not distinguish because the

child was wearing a typical house duster, the child had an

awkward hair cut, an almost skin haired but looks like it was

done in a hush hush. Something didn’t look normal to me as the

child was light skinned to come from a poor family, “makinis,”

and clean looking. The child looked so afraid with eyes wide

open. I shouted “MJ” and the child started to cry. I looked at

the elder boy and told him not to make a move. He shoved the

boy to street on to the oncoming car from the opposite

direction and ran towards Guadalupe. I swerved my car to block

the car and protect the boy, I immediately jumped out of my

car and got the child, It was MJ. I brought him to my car as

soon as I can, I could not give chase as JP Rizal was too

tight to make a maneuver or make a 180 degree turn. I drove to

Rockwell. When I brought the boy back, the mother could not

believe what she saw, it was until MJ shouted “mama” did she

realize it was her son.

The boy was drugged in the toilet by a man and carried down.

The boy was handed to another person who took him in a van,

from there the boy’s hair was cut and changed clothes into a

girl. The boy was about to be delivered to another group who

will turn him into a beggar. The police conducted an

investigation but advised them not to talk to the boy directly

but through a child psychologist, he suffered enough trauma.

DO NOT LET YOUR KIDS OUT OF YOUR SIGHT. NOT EVEN THE SAFEST

MALLS, SHOPPING CENTERS ARE NOT SPARED BY SYNDICATES. IF A

CHILD COMES TO YOUR CAR KNOCKING, PROFILE THE KID AND SENSE

SOMETHING IS WRONG. REPORT IMMEDIATELY TO THE POLICE. A CHILD

YOU SAVED MAY BE YOUR FRIEND’S.

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This modus is related to this news by ABS-CBN
http://www.abs-cbnnews.com/nation/metro-manila/11/22/12/missing-6-year-old-boy-found-antipolo

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