Updates in the Trenton Duckett Disappearance Case


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Two year old Trenton Duckett was reported missing on August 27, 2006. To date there has been no sign of the missing 2 year old. The latest news is that police asked Trenton Duckett’s father for more items that may have contained Trenton’s DNA for comparisons. Also, investigators are looking into the possibility Trenton Duckett was shipped to Korea.

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    5 Responses to “Updates in the Trenton Duckett Disappearance Case”

    1. Patti on January 25th, 2007 5:06 pm

      Poor Baby Boo:

      Where are you?

    2. Kat_Gram on January 25th, 2007 5:36 pm

      So, I will take the test.
      If I see it, then good. if not, well, back to school for me

    3. Patti on January 25th, 2007 11:39 pm

      This, by far, is the saddest story:

      There are no words to express the sadness that we feel over the disappearance of Trenton Duckett. My heart grows heavy and I cry as I look at him, not knowing where he is or who he’s with. We pray that he is happy, wherever he is; while knowing, in our hearts, that being away from your family and the ones that you love rarely results in happiness.

      The disappearance of Trenton Duckett has left us to question the power of the press and our own selfish desires to see crime solved within a thirty-minute, 27-inch scope of the world. We feel a deep sense of regret in knowing that our own ratings have made it possible for those that race to judgement, as a form of entertainment, to strip this child of the opportunity to receive any justice, at all.

      We pray for you, Trenton Duckett. Your continued absense makes us ever more aware of the lasting consequences of our mistakes. You have touched us, in so many ways. We shall never forget you; and the lessons that we have learned from you, a mere child.

      God bless you, Trenton Duckett. May God keep you, as a child of God, forever in our hearts.

      Poor Baby Boo: We love you.


    4. Richard on January 26th, 2007 10:02 pm

      The possibility that Trenton Duckett was shipped to Korea?

      Why, how could that be? Did he have a passport?

      Didn’t Aruba’s own prosecutor tell us that Natalee Holloway left her passport in her hotel room AND THEREFORE could not have been taken off the island?

      Got it straight, now?

    5. Sharon Chicago on January 27th, 2007 10:03 am

      I think Melinda (the criminal) either murdered her son or gave him to someone in the states, underground laundering.

      She did not know anyone from Korea. She was adopted her in the states and raised here. I think she wanted to find her mother months before she committed suicide to say hello and goodbye, knowing her fate. She also wanted to visit her father in law in prison the weekend Trenton went missing. I think to say good bye to him.

      She thought all of this out and planned it, just like the other criminals do. Remember she was capable of doing anything. What did she do to Trenton?

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