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Old 12-26-2011, 07:01 AM
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Girl Taken at Tsunami in 2004 Returns to Family

I won't dare post the video or link. Imagine what it was like for the family. She was 8 years old when taken.

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Old 12-26-2011, 07:31 AM
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there has been much worst posted on here.

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Old 12-26-2011, 08:35 AM
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What has she been doing for 7 years?? The media is saying the family aint tellin. probably working the streets as a hooker for food

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@Angelahh - I don't know how to cut and paste. Some perfect people torment me about it. It wasn't because of the subject matter. They're a regular looking family with tan complexions and black hair. I don't know what country they are from.

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@assclown1 - My pleasure!

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Old 12-26-2011, 01:03 PM
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Apparently the last 7 years she was forced to beg in the streets by some lady. Sadly probably did involve prostitution. Here's the story....

BANDA ACEH, Indonesia - (AP) -- A girl who was swept away in the Indian Ocean tsunami seven years ago said Friday she broke down in tears this week after tracking down her parents, who had long lost hope of finding her alive.
The 15-year-old showed up in Aceh province's hard-hit town of Meulaboh earlier this week, saying that not long after the wave hit she was "adopted" by a woman who called her Wati and forced her to beg, sometimes beating her and keeping her in the streets until 1 a.m.
When the teen stopped bringing in money, she was told, "Go ahead, leave ... go find your parents then, they're in Meulaboh."
With only patchy memories about her past -- she was only 8 when the tsunami hit, an age where most children don't know their relatives' full names -- Wati began her search, telling people she thought her grandfather was "Ibrahim."
She met a pedicab driver in Meulaboh, who brought her to a man by that name. Though she didn't look familiar, he, in turn, quickly summoned her parents.
"When I saw my mother, I knew it was her," said the wide-eyed girl, her hair cropped close to her head. "I just knew."
The family, who say the girl's original name is Meri Yuranda, is also now convinced.
The Dec. 26, 2004, tsunami that killed 230,000 people in a dozen nations hit Aceh -- closest to the epicenter of the magnitude-9.1 quake that spawned the towering waves -- the hardest.
With tens of thousands of bodies washed to sea in that province alone, many families continue to cling to hope of finding lost loved ones. Reunions, however, are rare. And all announced in the last five years have turned out to be untrue. Even so, some mothers continue to believe a child is theirs even after DNA tests prove otherwise.
Either way, without any challenges to the claims, Wati now has a family.
Yusniar binti Ibrahim Nur, the mother, told The Associated Press she had all the evidence she needed.
"She has her father's face," the 35-year-old woman said by telephone. "And when I saw the scar over her eye and mole on her hip, I was even more sure."
It doesn't worry her, she said, that the girl and her husband have different accounts of what happened on the day the tsunami hit their tiny village of Ujong Baroh just outside of Meulaboh.
Wati remembers her father putting her into a boat with her younger sister, long presumed dead as well, and then getting separated. She says she remembers being surrounded by water and crying.
Her father says he put both of his daughters on the roof of their house hoping they'd be safe.
"Maybe she fell into the boat, maybe someone helped her. I just don't know," said Yusniar.
"I just thank God my prayers have been answered," she said. "For years, I searched everywhere. I'd really given up."

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What has she been doing for 7 years?? The media is saying the family aint tellin. probably working the streets as a hooker for food
She was enslaved by an evil bitch.

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I saw this on the news, at least she is back home but unfortunately she is still going to be living in fucking filth and poverty.

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Thank you, Angelaah!

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It doesn't worry her, she said, that the girl and her husband have different accounts of what happened on the day the tsunami hit their tiny village of Ujong Baroh just outside of Meulaboh.
Wati remembers her father putting her into a boat with her younger sister, long presumed dead as well, and then getting separated. She says she remembers being surrounded by water and crying.
Her father says he put both of his daughters on the roof of their house hoping they'd be safe.
"Maybe she fell into the boat, maybe someone helped her. I just don't know," said Yusniar.
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Ok,this is a horrible thing to say,but is it possible the dad used the opportunity to try and get rid of his 2 daughters?Girls aren't exactly thought of as prizes in some cultures.He could be completely innocent,but this was the first thing that entered my mind.

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