Research and collective criminal investigations regarding one category of missing persons has been actively suppressed. After ten years of attempting to collect data on persons who vanished without explanation that had no evidence of crime invovlement, one thing is clear. No law enforcement agency in the United States can sort out these cases from their data bases. No one has ever mapped these disappearances. Law enforcement officers who attempted to collect this information were ordered to stop.
THE SOCIOLOGY CENTER solicits public submission of all criminal investigation records and other evidence in such cases. One essential detail needed for this research project is the precise latitude and longitude of the missing person's last known location. This is essential to map the pattern of such disappearances. Your local librarian should be able to help you translate a local address into a precise latitude and longitude.
For inclusion in this research project the case must meet the following screening criteria:
The purpose of this research project is to identify any patterns that may exist in unexplained disappearances. Of necessity, it will not be possible to focus on the solution of any individual missing person case. The valuable contribution will be in the identification of any patterns behind unexplained missing person cases.
Check frequently for updates.
Please send copies of all police records, other relevant documentation, and the last known latitude and longitude position of the missing person to:
Special Research Projects
THE SOCIOLOGY CENTER
P.O. Box 2075
North Little Rock, AR 72115-2075
Telephone: (501) 374-1788
|CHILD SLAVE TRADE PROJECT||UNEXPLAINED MISSING PERSONS PROJECT||CLASSIFIED ARCHAEOLOGY, ANTHROPOLOGY AND SOCIAL RESEARCH PROJECT|
|ORGANIZED CRIME AND FRAUD IN SCIENCE||GOVERNMENT CATASTROPHIC NATURAL DISASTER PLANS PROJECT||SUPPRESSED SCIENCE PROJECT|
|OCCURRENCE OF INTERSPECIES COOPERATION PROJECT|
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