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By David Smallwood Updated: Kristin did not call Sunday, and would never call again. At the heart of the story is a family who have been mourning her loss for seventeen years. When parents lose their own flesh and blood, the grief from the loss cannot be described.
But, to lose a child under these circumstances, with so many unanswered questions and lack of closure, is beyond what any parent should ever experience.
Stan and Denise Smart, parents who have suffered for nearly two decades, continue to fight for justice today. Kristin Smart has never been found. Another young woman with a similar name, Elizabeth Smart — no relation to Kristinwas found in Sandy, Utah. Elizabeth was abducted from her Salt Lake City bedroom and found alive, eighteen miles from her home, nine months later.
Kristin Smart never came home, and was never found. The Smart family has been waiting many years to hear the truth of how and why Kristin disappeared. Logic supports the theory that Kristin Smart died on campus in the early morning hours of May 25, Her death may have been caused, or it may have been a tragic accident.
There are different kinds of accidents, however. Some accidents are innocent and unforeseen. Some accidents happen because of carelessness.
Some accidents happen due to simple, gross, or wanton negligence. While conventional wisdom supports the theory that Kristin Smart died in the early morning hours of May 25,the exact details remain a mystery to this day.
The body may have been removed to hide damning evidence. Invaluable bodily evidence could have been discovered, such as: The likelihood that nothing bad happened and no one was guilty of any misconduct is difficult to believe for most people, but especially for parents that lost their child.
Was Kristin a victim of foul play that resulted in the loss of her life—perhaps an incident so bad that whoever was involved felt compelled to dispose of her body, and hide the evidence of their wrongdoing?
We start with what we believe to be facts derived from sources deemed credible. With that in mind, we ask our readers to keep a very open mind and maintain the presumption of innocence.
The burden of proof lies on him who asserts, not on him who denies.
When this rule is applied to the criminal process, it places the burden of proof upon the accuser, which has the corollary that the accused is presumed to be innocent. Just as those suspected of criminal misconduct have protections, so too do media outlets like this newspaper.
We ask all readers to continue to have faith that our law enforcement representatives will solve this case, find Kristin, and bring all those involved with her disappearance to justice. Her disappearance exposed a systemic apathy by people and agencies across many levels.
Some people where overwhelmed with a sense of helplessness; others, it seems, wanted the story to just go away, rather than be solved. We ask all people who hear of this story to be concerned. If you prefer to remain anonymous, you can leave an anonymous tip at KristinSmart.
Your information will be passed along to the investigators handling the case.Ann's Bookshelf Friend of my Youth Amit Chaudhuri Faber & Faber rutadeltambor.com , A$, hardback, pages This is a novel in which the narrator has the same name as the author and shares his profession, background, experiences and family.
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