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LANDMARK NEW LAW FOR FAMILIES OF THE MISSING
Persumption of Death Act is passed in England and Wales – This is following several years of campaigning by the charity Missing People.
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Steven Cook went missing in Crete in September 2005.
There have been potential
sighting in Heraklion in 2011/2012 of an English Speaking Homeless man in his late 20′s. Is this Steven?
Please visit www.findstevencook.co.uk for the latest information and details on how you can help.
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Help bring Damien Nettles home.
Damien Nettles was 16
years old when he went missing from Cowes on the Isle of Wight. We went out with friends one night and never came home, that was on the 2nd November 1996.
For nearly 16 years Damiens family have never stopped looking and searching for him, they have never given up hope of finding out what happened to Damien that night in 1996.
Over the years there have been many rumours to what happened that night, and also to where Damien’s body could possibily be. Some have been investaged by the police some weren’t.
In January 2011 Damiens family were approached and advised that some of Damiens remains lay in a shallow grave in a Forest on the Isle of Wight. They were even provided with the exact location where they could be found.
The police dismissed this and together with the Forestry Commission have refused to allow the family and their friends to search and dig the site in the Forest even if it was at their own time and expense.
This petition is a call – to allow the family to look for Damiens remains and to bring him home. He deserves to be found.
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