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Friday, February 11, 2011


words from Christopher Dahm, My daughter was kidnapped to the Middle East.

My daughter Gabrielle Nicole Dahm was kidnapped and taken to Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates by my ex-wife and her family.They are now at her parent's home in Abu Dhabi, UAE. I need to get her back legally, and quickly. I need your help with the legal expenses here in the United States, and in the Middle East. It is much more than I can handle. We set up a trust fund, where every dollar that gets donated goes to bringing Gabby home to the United States and for her well-being. It is mostly for lawyers here and in Abu Dhabi, although there are other costs as well. Please help us with anything you can, and keep Gabby in your prayers! Every dollar that you contribute helps to bring Gabby closer to HOME!

The FBI has opened a full investigation, here in the United States and overseas. The State Department is working with U.S. Embassy in Abu Dhabi, UAE, although they do not have authority in the Middle East. I am currently working with Congressman Ron Klein's office and Senator Bill Nelson's office, though their capabilities are limited. I need to retain a law firm in Abu Dhabi, UAE, so they can file the paperwork in the UAE courts to bring Gabby home. We have to litigate the matter in their courts, and it is expensive!

I am trying to get the attention of Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, so she can help us to bring Gabby home!

The Florida court order prohibited them from taking my daughter outside of Florida, let alone the country! They took Gabby in violation of the Florida court order.

From a Loving Father who terribly MISSES his DAUGHTER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Christopher Dahm 4330 NE 16 Ter. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33334

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Amber Alert issued for him has been canceled, Keith Squaire 17 months has been found safe

Pensacola, Florida (PNJ) -- A 17-month-old toddler kidnapped Tuesday night by his mother's ex-boyfriend is safe and unharmed in Brewton, Ala. today.

The boy was taken to the Brewton Police Department this morning, and the Amber Alert issued for him has been canceled.

The man responsible for taking him is still on the loose.

Pensacola Police Chief Chip Simmons and the boy's mother, Monique Slater held a news conference for 9:30 a.m. today at police headquarters. Though Simmons announced the boy's safe return, Slater decided not to speak to the Pensacola News Journal.

Here is how the abduction unfolded:

Sgt. Stephen Davis said Slater, 29, of Pensacola and her son were visiting some friends in the 1200 block of West Cervantes Street on Tuesday when the suspect, Keith Squaire Sr., showed up and asked to take the baby to see some friends.

Davis said the mother agreed. A short time later, Squaire, 36, address unavailable - called Salter and told her she'd never see the baby again. Davis said Squaire called Salter several times threatening to harm the baby and also said that he and the baby "would not be taken alive."

Salter called 911 about 9 p.m. and reported what had happened.

The call prompted a national Amber Alert. In addition to the Amber Alert being issued around 10:30 p.m. Tuesday, law enforcement personnel from multiple jurisdictions began searching for the suspect and toddler.

The suspect and toddler were last seen walking on State Road 4 in Century on Tuesday. The car Squaire borrowed to come to visit the child was found late Tuesday in Brewton by the Brewton Police Department, but there were no signs of the suspect or the baby, Davis said.

Keith Squaire Sr. is about 5 feet 10, 235 pounds, and has black hair and brown eyes. He was last seen wearing a white T-shirt and blue jeans.

Davis said Squaire is not considered to be the toddler's father.

Tom Ninestine, Pensacola News Journal

Searchers Seeking More Tips on Missing Toddler Joshua Davis Jr.

Week Later: Searchers Seeking More Tips on Missing Toddler
(New Braunfels, TX) -- K-9 dog teams continued searching areas around the home of missing 18-month old Joshua Davis Jr. yesterday, but they also searched areas far from his home, on the other side of town. For the 2nd time in the last week, investigators were back in the area of Hunter Road and Country Ridge Drive with dog search teams scouring more densely wooded areas, searching for signs of the missing boy. New Braunfels Police officials wouldn’t say specifically why they were in that area yesterday, but did say that they were following up on any and all tips they get from the public, and that yesterday’s search off Hunter Road was one of those places they were following up on.

At 8:30 tonight, 18-month old Joshua Davis Jr. will have been missing for 1 full week. New Braunfels Police officers were on scene within minutes of the initial phone call reporting him missing, and immediately began searching the neighborhood and fields off Klein Road and Walnut on one of the coldest nights this winter. That search, and the questioning of family and friends that were at the home the night the boy disappeared, continued into the next morning, when over 100 community volunteers showed up to help look for the missing toddler. And over the last week, the search has now covered a full 2-square mile radius surrounding the boy’s home, the boy’s parents have been interviewed a number of times by police, along with other family members, friends, and neighbors.

Police officials continue to ask for tips from the public. If you have a tip for investigators, call New Braunfels Police directly at 221-4100 or call Crimestoppers anonymously at 620-TIPS. You could be eligible for a cash reward of up to 5-thousand dollars. And stay tuned to AM 1420, or log on to, for continued updates on the search for Joshua Davis Jr, 18-months old, last seen wearing a blue and red long sleeve shirt, with a grey long sleeve t-shirt, a beige and white onesy, beige jeans, and black and white socks. He stands about 2-feet tall and weighs about 30 pounds.

Anthony's defense motion to exclude any mention of the stain, prosecutors said it is evidence that the child's body decomposed for several days

ORLANDO, Fla. -- Prosecutors filed new court papers Friday addressing a stain found in Casey Anthony's car trunk.

Attorneys with Anthony's defense said they wanted any mention of the smell in her car disallowed. They said investigators mishandled trash that had been in the trunk.

The smell in the car and the stain in the trunk are key pieces of the state's argument that Anthony knowingly drove around with the body of her daughter, Caylee Anthony, in the trunk and has knowledge of what happened to her.

READ: Motion For Spoilation Of Evidence

In a response to Anthony's defense motion to exclude any mention of the stain, prosecutors said it is evidence that the child's body decomposed for several days before Casey Anthony dumped it in the woods.

For their part, Anthony's defense filed a motion accusing the state of deliberately mishandling several empty containers, including a pizza box found inside a trash bag taken from the trunk.

The defense accused investigators of letting the trash air out, so it would not smell the same to jurors in Casey Anthony's upcoming murder trial.

One source close to the investigation said on Friday that position is "laughable."

The defense is asking that, based on the mishandling of the trash, any mention of the so-called smell of death in the car should also be excluded.

Judge Belvin Perry ruled on Thursday that evidence of Casey Anthony's alleged history of lying, her tattoo purchase, her MySpace postings and testimony that she never told her boyfriend that Caylee was missing should all be included as state's evidence in the trial.

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