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Kristopher "KC" Clarke (2012)
KC's mom has a Facebook page set up. You can read
Missing since 02/22/2012
1 month ago
Debra Go to.. Find kc-gimpdaddy..someone knows something that can help! Even some little thing could be a big thing in helping this mama bring her son home! Check it out. A 2 1/2 minutes of your time could help end the 2 1/2 year nightmare.
3 months ago
Phyllis I took this off Find KC gimpdaddy page I think it fits for so many reasons Speak up--you will give someone hope
4 months ago
Linda
Idaho, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota & Wyoming
NEW TOWN, NORTH DAKOTA: Kristopher D. Clarke, 29,
Facebook Missing Cases►http://www.facebook.com/missingcases
5 months ago
Polly
Idaho, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota & Wyoming
NEW TOWN, NORTH DAKOTA: Kristopher D. Clarke, 29,
Facebook Missing Cases►http://www.facebook.com/missingcases
5 months ago
Tim Find kc-gimpdaddy did you see this?
Man questioned in murder case wants new lawyer
www.wahpetondailynews.com
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — A North Dakota man who has been questioned about an alleged murder-for-hire scheme in Washington state is asking for a new lawyer to represent him on illegal weapons charges.
7 months ago
Milissa
Kristopher "KC" Clarke missing person in the Bakken!
Kristopher "KC" Clarke went to work in the oilfields of North Dakota' Bakken Formation. This video describes what led up to this young mans disappearance and...
7 months ago
Maryellen
Kristopher "KC" Clarke missing person in the Bakken!
Kristopher "KC" Clarke went to work in the oilfields of North Dakota' Bakken Formation. This video describes what led up to this young mans disappearance and...
7 months ago
Teresa
Kristopher "KC" Clarke missing person in the Bakken!
Kristopher "KC" Clarke went to work in the oilfields of North Dakota' Bakken Formation. This video describes what led up to this young mans disappearance and...
7 months ago
Lissa Its time to start gearing up for our missing! We will be starting a series of events to search for those who are unaccounted for. Please consider helping this year. We have Find kc-gimpdaddy, Eric Haider, Bring Ron Johnson Home, Bring Edward Ashton S Read more ... tubbs Home, and Daniel Mossett (who is a tribal member). We will start another page soon with dates of searches and what we will need from the community to carry this out. Please think about doing your part! If you have any questions you may direct them to me personally, thank you!
Kristopher "KC" Clarke missing person in the Bakken!
Kristopher "KC" Clarke went to work in the oilfields of North Dakota' Bakken Formation. This video describes what led up to this young mans disappearance and...
7 months ago
Lissa Its time to start gearing up for our missing! We will be starting a series of events to search for those who are unaccounted for. Please consider helping this year. We have Find kc-gimpdaddy, Eric Haider, Bring Ron Johnson Home, Bring Edward Ashto Read more ... n Stubbs Home, and Daniel Mossett (who is a tribal member). We will start another page soon with dates of searches and what we will need from the community to carry this out. Please think about doing your part! If you have any questions you may direct them to me personally, thank you!
Kristopher "KC" Clarke missing person in the Bakken!
Kristopher "KC" Clarke went to work in the oilfields of North Dakota' Bakken Formation. This video describes what led up to this young mans disappearance and...
7 months ago
Saving This is VERY GOOD information !! Please Share !!
Index of National Facebook pages/timelines working together to bring the missing home.
Index of National Facebook Pages working together to bring the missing home.Missing http://www.facebook.com/missingcases Missing Persons Network http://www.facebook.com/MissingPersonsNetworkSkywarn fo
7 months ago
Renee
Idaho, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota & Wyoming
NEW TOWN, NORTH DAKOTA: Kristopher D. Clarke, 29,
Facebook Missing Cases►http://www.facebook.com/missingcases
8 months ago
Jean
Idaho, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota & Wyoming
NEW TOWN, NORTH DAKOTA: Kristopher D. Clarke, 29,
Facebook Missing Cases►http://www.facebook.com/missingcases
8 months ago
Destiny
Idaho, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota & Wyoming
NEW TOWN, NORTH DAKOTA: Kristopher D. Clarke, 29,
Facebook Missing Cases►http://www.facebook.com/missingcases
8 months ago
Harley's
Idaho, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota & Wyoming
NEW TOWN, NORTH DAKOTA: Kristopher D. Clarke, 29,
Facebook Missing Cases►http://www.facebook.com/missingcases
8 months ago
Erin
Idaho, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota & Wyoming
NEW TOWN, NORTH DAKOTA: Kristopher D. Clarke, 29,
Facebook Missing Cases►http://www.facebook.com/missingcases
8 months ago
Christy
Idaho, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota & Wyoming
NEW TOWN, NORTH DAKOTA: Kristopher D. Clarke, 29,
Facebook Missing Cases►http://www.facebook.com/missingcases
8 months ago
Laurie
Idaho, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota & Wyoming
NEW TOWN, NORTH DAKOTA: Kristopher D. Clarke, 29,
Facebook Missing Cases►http://www.facebook.com/missingcases
8 months ago
Ronda
Idaho, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota & Wyoming
NEW TOWN, NORTH DAKOTA: Kristopher D. Clarke, 29,
Facebook Missing Cases►http://www.facebook.com/missingcases
8 months ago
Gilbert
Idaho, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota & Wyoming
NEW TOWN, NORTH DAKOTA: Kristopher D. Clarke, 29,
Facebook Missing Cases►http://www.facebook.com/missingcases
8 months ago
Julie 2 yrs ago today my cousin K.C. went missing.. The video tells a bit of the story. James Henrikson is now in custody after another person connected to the business was killed.. The truth of what happened to K.C. is still a mystery but authorities are Read more ... getting close.. They'll be answers soon. Love you K.C.! If you want to know more there's a FB page "find KC-gimpdaddy".. Got the nick name after the accident he was in that's shown in the video..Please share if you would.. Thanks friends.
Kristopher "KC" Clarke missing person in the Bakken!
Kristopher "KC" Clarke went to work in the oilfields of North Dakota' Bakken Formation. This video describes what led up to this young mans disappearance and...
8 months ago
Lee
Idaho, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota & Wyoming
NEW TOWN, NORTH DAKOTA: Kristopher D. Clarke, 29,
Facebook Missing Cases►http://www.facebook.com/missingcases
8 months ago
Diane
Idaho, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota & Wyoming
NEW TOWN, NORTH DAKOTA: Kristopher D. Clarke, 29,
Facebook Missing Cases►http://www.facebook.com/missingcases
8 months ago
Kelly WoW find the missing !! DAMN
Murder, Mayhem and Mexican Mafia Stalk the Bakken Oil Fields
www.huffingtonpost.com
Shortly before Spokane businessman Doug Carlisle was found murdered in the kitchen of his three story home he told his son, "If I disappear or wake up with bullets in my back, promise me you will let everyone know that James Henrikson did it."
9 months ago
Butch
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Missing: Kristopher D. Clarke Nickname-K.C. 30 year old white male. About 140-155lbs and 5'10". Brown hair and eyes. Scars on both lower legs from surgery to repair them after a motorcycle accident. Scar on left wrist, large scar from left side (o Read more ... ver ribs) around to upper back from heart (aortic...
9 months ago
CarringtonNews Be careful in the Bakken oil fields...
Murder, Mayhem and Mexican Mafia Stalk the Bakken Oil Fields
www.huffingtonpost.com
Shortly before Spokane businessman Doug Carlisle was found murdered in the kitchen of his three story home he told his son, "If I disappear or wake up with bullets in my back, promise me you will let everyone know that James Henrikson did it."
9 months ago
Bring Murder, Mayhem and Mexican Mafia Stalk the Bakken Oil Fields Posted: 01/24/2014 11:01 am Shortly before Spokane businessman Doug Carlisle was found murdered in the kitchen of his three story home he told his son, "If I disappear or wake up wit Read more ... h bullets in my back, promise me you will let everyone know that James Henrikson did it." Spokane police detectives pinned the actual hit on small time burglar Timothy Suckow, but affidavits filed in the incident cite evidence that North Dakota businessman James Hendrickson may have ordered the hit over ownership of oil rich lands in the Bakken oil fields, and that Henrickson had also ordered "muscle" to intimidate tribal chairman Tex Hall of the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation in North Dakota. Investigations showed Carlisle, an owner in trucking company Kingdom Dynamics Enterprises, was trying to buy Henrikson out of his share of 640 acres of North Dakota land they owned with plans to drill for oil. On December 15 Carlisle and his wife returned home to find a gunman in the home. His wife fled upstairs and hid in a closet while the killer shot her husband at point blank range and then fled in a white van. Police found several weapons belonging to the alleged shooter, Suckow, including a .45 caliber handgun matching the description of the weapon used to kill Carlisle, according to investigators. A leather glove dropped in the backyard subjected to DNA testing also matched Suckow, according to published reports. James Henrikson was arrested on unrelated federal firearms charges this week by agents from Homeland Security Investigations and the Bismarck/Mandan Metro Area Narcotics Task Force. His phone number was found in Suckow's contact list. As a convicted felon with a long and colorful rap sheet, Henrikson is being charged with the illegal possession of firearms, but so far has not been charged with the Carlisle murder, despite Carlisle's predictions. The Bakken oil patch is slowly turning into a killing field winding through 9,000 temporary housing projects called "man camps." Fueled by drugs, alcohol and desperation, the innocent homeless and the guilty desperate dregs of humanity are forced to sleep in cars and under bridges as the workforce explodes, infrastructure implodes, and social mores collapse. In May 2013, police found 58-year-old Jack Sjol in a shallow grave about six miles southeast of his ranch in Williston, ND. 33-year-old Ryan Stensaker, who has a history of drug related convictions was arrested and charged with his murder. In a case related to the Carlisle investigation, Kristopher "KC" Clarke, 29, disappeared from the Williston area over a year ago in 2012. Originally from Washington State, Clarke worked for Henrikson as an operations manager and newspaper reports indicate Henrikson is a person of interest in his disappearance. Clarke, AKA "Gimpdaddy," was a long-term friend of Henrikson and employed at Henrikson's firm, Blackstone Trucking. Friends say Clarke was owed $600,000 by Henrikson and was last seen in an argument with him in Mandaree North Dakota before disappearing. The case is still under investigation and anyone with information is urged to contact Special Agent Steve Gutknecht, of the North Dakota Bureau of Investigations, at 701-774-4310. The North Dakota Bakken Oil patch straddles the rich shale oil formation known as the Williston Basin. Once mining interests learned how to release the shale-embedded oil in a process known as fracking, an oil boom was born. Since 2008, according to tribal records, more than $500 million in oil revenue leasing rights and royalties has flowed into Fort Berthold Reservation coffers. Statements and affidavits filed by investigating officers in Spokane show that Tex Hall, the elected tribal chief of the MHA Affiliated Tribes at Fort Berthold, controls Moheshu Energy, an oil company operating on the reservation. James Henrikson worked for Hall and is currently under federal investigation for defrauding Moheshu Energy out of millions of dollars. Eric Guerrero, who works for Henrikson, bragged to an unidentified informant that he had been in prison for murder and the informant, whose name has been blacked out in documents, claims that Guerrero has the words "Mexican Mafia" tattooed on the back of his head. The witness told a detective working on the case that Guerrero told him that he (Guerrero) was approached by Henrikson to ask if he knew anyone who would kill tribal chairman Tex Hall. Guerrero admitted to authorities that he worked for Henrikson driving truck, and had the Mafia tattoo, but refused to cooperate after he denied that he was asked to kill Hall. Fort Berthold Tribal Elder, Marilyn Hudson, who recently spoke to the Minneapolis Star Tribune about the necessity to take a stand to protect sacred lands from oil development wonders why the disappearance of "Gimpdaddy" Clarke did not resonate with people in the Fort Berthold area. "The first I heard about it (K.C. Clark) was when a flyer was distributed in the area warning people about Henrikson and Creveling (his wife Sarah Creveling) about a year ago. No law enforcement people had ever mentioned this missing person or made any attempt to find him," Hudson said in an email. "The detective in Spokane in less than a month found and arrested the a killer; interviewed a lot of people and took affidavits; uncovered a chain of people who had extensive criminal records; and traced them all over at least four states -- North Dakota, Texas, Montana, and Washington," Hudson wrote. She feels the Fort Berthold people are vulnerable, and added that it appears an established criminal network operated with impunity until Spokane investigators discovered the Tex Hall murder plot and "possibly even solved the murder of KC Clarke." Hudson also wonders how Henrikson and Carlisle were able to acquire oil leases on 640 acres of Indian lands. "Did the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) approve it?" Since Blackstone Trucking did business with Moheshu Energy on Indian lands, where did the profits come from and were tribal lease holders paid? In another mystery, authorities are also looking for 30-year-old Bismarck resident Eric Haider, who lived in Bismarck and worked in Dickinson, just over a hundred miles from Williston. Haider was last seen on May 24, 2012, at his job site. Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Kristopher "KC" Clarke is being urged to call the Williston Police Department at 701-577-1212. For tips or information related to the disappearance of Eric Haider, the public is urged to contact the Dickinson Police Department at 701-456-7762. For more information and updates see social media sites People For Fort Berthold Environmental Awareness, Find kcgimpdaddy, and This Is Mandaree. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/georgianne-nienaber/murder-mahem-and-mexican-_b_4646552.html
Murder, Mayhem and Mexican Mafia Stalk the Bakken Oil Fields
www.huffingtonpost.com
Shortly before Spokane businessman Doug Carlisle was found murdered in the kitchen of his three story home he told his son, "If I disappear or wake up with bullets in my back, promise me you will let everyone know that James Henrikson did it."
9 months ago
Kendra We are still seeking answers and justice in the trial of my Uncle. Praying this brings our family and the others long awaited answers.
Murder, Mayhem and Mexican Mafia Stalk the Bakken Oil Fields
www.huffingtonpost.com
Shortly before Spokane businessman Doug Carlisle was found murdered in the kitchen of his three story home he told his son, "If I disappear or wake up with bullets in my back, promise me you will let everyone know that James Henrikson did it."
9 months ago
North Murder, Mayhem and Mexican Mafia Stalk the Bakken Oil Fields Posted: 01/24/2014 11:01 am Shortly before Spokane businessman Doug Carlisle was found murdered in the kitchen of his three story home he told his son, "If I disappear or wake up with bu Read more ... llets in my back, promise me you will let everyone know that James Henrikson did it." Spokane police detectives pinned the actual hit on small time burglar Timothy Suckow, but affidavits filed in the incident cite evidence that North Dakota businessman James Hendrickson may have ordered the hit over ownership of oil rich lands in the Bakken oil fields, and that Henrickson had also ordered "muscle" to intimidate tribal chairman Tex Hall of the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation in North Dakota. Investigations showed Carlisle, an owner in trucking company Kingdom Dynamics Enterprises, was trying to buy Henrikson out of his share of 640 acres of North Dakota land they owned with plans to drill for oil. On December 15 Carlisle and his wife returned home to find a gunman in the home. His wife fled upstairs and hid in a closet while the killer shot her husband at point blank range and then fled in a white van. Police found several weapons belonging to the alleged shooter, Suckow, including a .45 caliber handgun matching the description of the weapon used to kill Carlisle, according to investigators. A leather glove dropped in the backyard subjected to DNA testing also matched Suckow, according to published reports. James Henrikson was arrested on unrelated federal firearms charges this week by agents from Homeland Security Investigations and the Bismarck/Mandan Metro Area Narcotics Task Force. His phone number was found in Suckow's contact list. As a convicted felon with a long and colorful rap sheet, Henrikson is being charged with the illegal possession of firearms, but so far has not been charged with the Carlisle murder, despite Carlisle's predictions. The Bakken oil patch is slowly turning into a killing field winding through 9,000 temporary housing projects called "man camps." Fueled by drugs, alcohol and desperation, the innocent homeless and the guilty desperate dregs of humanity are forced to sleep in cars and under bridges as the workforce explodes, infrastructure implodes, and social mores collapse. In May 2013, police found 58-year-old Jack Sjol in a shallow grave about six miles southeast of his ranch in Williston, ND. 33-year-old Ryan Stensaker, who has a history of drug related convictions was arrested and charged with his murder. In a case related to the Carlisle investigation, Kristopher "KC" Clarke, 29, disappeared from the Williston area over a year ago in 2012. Originally from Washington State, Clarke worked for Henrikson as an operations manager and newspaper reports indicate Henrikson is a person of interest in his disappearance. Clarke, AKA "Gimpdaddy," was a long-term friend of Henrikson and employed at Henrikson's firm, Blackstone Trucking. Friends say Clarke was owed $600,000 by Henrikson and was last seen in an argument with him in Mandaree North Dakota before disappearing. The case is still under investigation and anyone with information is urged to contact Special Agent Steve Gutknecht, of the North Dakota Bureau of Investigations, at 701-774-4310. The North Dakota Bakken Oil patch straddles the rich shale oil formation known as the Williston Basin. Once mining interests learned how to release the shale-embedded oil in a process known as fracking, an oil boom was born. Since 2008, according to tribal records, more than $500 million in oil revenue leasing rights and royalties has flowed into Fort Berthold Reservation coffers. Statements and affidavits filed by investigating officers in Spokane show that Tex Hall, the elected tribal chief of the MHA Affiliated Tribes at Fort Berthold, controls Moheshu Energy, an oil company operating on the reservation. James Henrikson worked for Hall and is currently under federal investigation for defrauding Moheshu Energy out of millions of dollars. Eric Guerrero, who works for Henrikson, bragged to an unidentified informant that he had been in prison for murder and the informant, whose name has been blacked out in documents, claims that Guerrero has the words "Mexican Mafia" tattooed on the back of his head. The witness told a detective working on the case that Guerrero told him that he (Guerrero) was approached by Henrikson to ask if he knew anyone who would kill tribal chairman Tex Hall. Guerrero admitted to authorities that he worked for Henrikson driving truck, and had the Mafia tattoo, but refused to cooperate after he denied that he was asked to kill Hall. Fort Berthold Tribal Elder, Marilyn Hudson, who recently spoke to the Minneapolis Star Tribune about the necessity to take a stand to protect sacred lands from oil development wonders why the disappearance of "Gimpdaddy" Clarke did not resonate with people in the Fort Berthold area. "The first I heard about it (K.C. Clark) was when a flyer was distributed in the area warning people about Henrikson and Creveling (his wife Sarah Creveling) about a year ago. No law enforcement people had ever mentioned this missing person or made any attempt to find him," Hudson said in an email. "The detective in Spokane in less than a month found and arrested the a killer; interviewed a lot of people and took affidavits; uncovered a chain of people who had extensive criminal records; and traced them all over at least four states -- North Dakota, Texas, Montana, and Washington," Hudson wrote. She feels the Fort Berthold people are vulnerable, and added that it appears an established criminal network operated with impunity until Spokane investigators discovered the Tex Hall murder plot and "possibly even solved the murder of KC Clarke." Hudson also wonders how Henrikson and Carlisle were able to acquire oil leases on 640 acres of Indian lands. "Did the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) approve it?" Since Blackstone Trucking did business with Moheshu Energy on Indian lands, where did the profits come from and were tribal lease holders paid? In another mystery, authorities are also looking for 30-year-old Bismarck resident Eric Haider, who lived in Bismarck and worked in Dickinson, just over a hundred miles from Williston. Haider was last seen on May 24, 2012, at his job site. Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Kristopher "KC" Clarke is being urged to call the Williston Police Department at 701-577-1212. For tips or information related to the disappearance of Eric Haider, the public is urged to contact the Dickinson Police Department at 701-456-7762. For more information and updates see social media sites People For Fort Berthold Environmental Awareness, Find kcgimpdaddy, and This Is Mandaree. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/georgianne-nienaber/murder-mahem-and-mexican-_b_4646552.html
Murder, Mayhem and Mexican Mafia Stalk the Bakken Oil Fields
www.huffingtonpost.com
Shortly before Spokane businessman Doug Carlisle was found murdered in the kitchen of his three story home he told his son, "If I disappear or wake up with bullets in my back, promise me you will let everyone know that James Henrikson did it."
9 months ago
Charles Fort Berthold Tribal Elder, Marilyn Hudson, who recently spoke to the Minneapolis Star Tribune about the necessity to take a stand to protect sacred lands from oil development wonders why the disappearance of "Gimpdaddy" Clarke did not resonate with Read more ... people in the Fort Berthold area. "The first I heard about it (K.C. Clark) was when a flyer was distributed in the area warning people about Henrikson and Creveling (his wife Sarah Creveling) about a year ago. No law enforcement people had ever mentioned this missing person or made any attempt to find him," Hudson said in an email. "The detective in Spokane in less than a month found and arrested the a killer; interviewed a lot of people and took affidavits; uncovered a chain of people who had extensive criminal records; and traced them all over at least four states -- North Dakota, Texas, Montana, and Washington," Hudson wrote. She feels the Fort Berthold people are vulnerable, and added that it appears an established criminal network operated with impunity until Spokane investigators discovered the Tex Hall murder plot and "possibly even solved the murder of KC Clarke." Hudson also wonders how Henrikson and Carlisle were able to acquire oil leases on 640 acres of Indian lands. "Did the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) approve it?" Since Blackstone Trucking did business with Moheshu Energy on Indian lands, where did the profits come from and were tribal lease holders paid?
Murder, Mahem and Mexican Mafia Stalk the Bakken Oil Fields
www.huffingtonpost.com
Shortly before Spokane businessman Doug Carlisle was found murdered in the kitchen of his three story home he told his son, "If I disappear or wake up with bullets in my back, promise me you will let everyone know that James Henrikson did it."
9 months ago
Lillian OUR LAEST TRIBAL EMBARASSMENTS Charles Hudson A very sordid murder story breaking in Spokane with ties to the Bakken, Moheshu and Tex Hall. Read the court documents linked in the story. DNA on crime scene glove matches murder suspect www.krem.com Sp Read more ... okane Police Major Crimes detectives arrested Timothy E. Suckow, 50, in connection to the murder. Like · · Share · January 15 at 1:25am 16 people like this. Doreen Lyons http://images.bimedia.net/.../Doug+Carlile+Suspect... January 15 at 1:36am · Like · 1 Doreen Lyons http://www.kxly.com/.../23929562/-/6eluwx/-/index.html Bad blood, black gold and the death of Doug Carlile www.kxly.com Timothy Suckow was arrested early Tuesday morning for the Dec. 15 murder of Doug...See More January 15 at 1:59am · Like · 1 Doreen Lyons https://www.facebook.com/FindKcGimpdaddy Find kc-gimpdaddy Missing: Kristopher D. Clarke Nickname-K.C. 30 year old white male. About 140...See More Community: 6,386 like this January 15 at 2:07am · Like · 1 Marilyn Hudson We need a thorough Federal investigation of all oil and gas business here on the Reservation. If our local law enforcement had fully investigated the disappearance of KC Clarke 2 years ago, maybe they could have cleaned out a lot of these shysters and prevented the death of the man in Spokane. January 15 at 4:14pm · Like · 9 Charles Hudson The embarrassments by our Chair and Council keep piling up. Now we have our Tribe, and Chair, named as business associations in a murder investigation. January 15 at 4:23pm · Like · 6 Marilyn Hudson One of the guys being questioned in this murder told the detective that he "can do business with the Bureau of Indian Affairs, the MHA Nation and any oil companies there without any problem." January 15 at 5:14pm · Like · 6 Joletta Birdbear current chairman connection and involvement to this criminal element is leading our tribal government astray-do you think? 2014 is the time for a change with all. 19 hours ago · Like Lillian Ross
9 months ago
Connie Find kc-gimpdaddy praying for your family and closer
Was Doug Carlile victim of hostile takeover?
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A day after the arrest of a murder suspect in Doug Carlile's killing, the FBI has raided the home of one of Carlile's business associates in North Dakota as detectives continue working to determine whether he was the victim of a hostile takeover.
9 months ago
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Steph The heat is on people. New Town, Williston and Mandaree friends, please look at the new developments in this case and please "share". Please visit the Find kc-gimpdaddy facebook page.
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We need as much info as possible right now. Lots of people are coming forward. Please join with those people- join forces and let's take down the bad guys. Be courageous! The more people that step forward, the more prison time 'they' get and the thre Read more ... at of harm becomes nonexistent. We're close. Even if you don't want your name 'out there' send me a pm with any info and I will keep you anonymous. We can do this-together!
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