Have you forgotten about Aliayah Lunsford? Her great-aunt and other family members feel like her case has been forgotten, and with her parents not showing any care for the missing girl's case, it's understandable that this case has gone cold. Vickie Bowen, her great aunt, had some words to say to media reporters about the need for closure.
Vickie Bowen implied the belief that Aliayah Lunsford is dead, without using so many words. She expressed the need to know what happened.
"We need that closure," she said.
This case is a year old now, and there are still no answers to the question being asked; most importantly, what happened to little Aliayah? Police have made no arrests, named no suspects and have done virtually nothing in the investigation behind her disappearance in several months.
Could the slow pace of FBI agents and other investigators indicate their belief that the missing child is dead? If they believed she was alive, wouldn't there be an urgency behind the search for her?
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