Tuesday, July 24, 2007

JENNIFER KESSE MISSING FOR 18 MONTHS

KESSE FAMILY MESSAGE-

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JENNIFER KESSE

Tuesday July 24, 2007 marks 1 ½ years, to the day, since Jennifer was Taken against her will from in or around her condo in Orlando, Fl.. We, her family, Police, friends, volunteers and people all over the world who simply care, continue in the fight to find Jennifer and will not stop until we find her, the Prime Suspect and answers. There are many people, organizations and companies to thank for all they have done for Jennifer and our family during this very trying time, you know who you are and we cannot continue this fight without you. We ask that you continue to help spread the awareness of Jennifer's abduction through any and every means viable - media, internet, personal conversations, work meetings, adding Jennifer's website to your email signature, youtube, facebook, myspace, fliers at work, on cars, public places, etc…. Our best chance to find Jennifer is through public awareness and it is working. Tips continue to come in on a daily basis even after all this time, a true testament to your efforts and persistence in keeping her story in the public's eyes and minds and the willingness of people to report what they know.

We ask that this Tuesday, July 24th 2007, you take the time, in some way, to expand the awareness of Jennifer abduction. Be it by flier, word of mouth, email or any other means, bring attention to her abduction and the battle she faces or faced every minute of every day. Don't let evil win this fight!

We have utilized many different programs such as, billboards, fliers, matchbooks, playing cards, public service announcements, large rewards, TV, Radio, newspapers, banner flying plane, jumbtron ads, holding signs at corners, mobile billboards, speaking engagements, health fairs, business cards, P.O. Box for tips, family private tip line, children's fingerprinting events, ground searches by volunteers, NASCAR, Comedy for the Cause - Missing People (Improv Comedy Club), website, blogs, webcasts, legislation and the list goes on. Collectively these efforts keep Jennifer's story very much alive and will in the long run bring her back to us where she belongs.

Words cannot describe our heartfelt thanks to each and every one of you. The Kesse's

The Kesse family has been contacted by law enforcement and asked to be present at an awareness event which the FDLE has created for cold cases, producing 87,000 decks of playing cards with 104 cold case printed on them to be distributed in the State's jail system. Jennifer will be featured at the press conference and part of the deck of cards and we are humbled and honored by their actions and will attend. Details below.


FDLE SPOKESPERSON WROTE;

We are planning a press conference for Tuesday, July 24th at 10:30 a.m. to announce the roll out of the cold case playing cards in the state prison system. FDLE Commissioner Jerry Bailey, Attorney General Bill McCollum, and Department of Corrections Secretary Jim McDonough are scheduled to speak at the press conference and we expect to draw considerable media coverage. The event will take place at the Wakulla Correctional Institute which is located in Crawfordville, Florida.

As you may know, 2 decks of cards have been created which feature 104 of Florida's unsolved cases. There are 87,000 decks of cards being printed for distribution to inmates. Printing of the cards was paid for through the state's Crimestoppers Trust Fund (administered by the Attorney General).

We'd like to feature cases from across the state at the press conference. Our plan for the featured cases is to have an enlarged version of the playing card as a visual and a case summary on hand to distribute to the media. With your permission, we'd like to feature the Jennifer Kesse case in this manner at the press event.


Below are what we like to call "Letters From Home" to Jennifer:

Read "Letters From Home" to Jennifer here:

If you or someone you know knows anything about Jennifer’s case, you have several options:

- you may contact a lawyer or a member of the clergy
- you may contact the Orlando Police Department’s tip lie at (321)235-5300
- you may contact the family’s direct tip line at (407)722-2162
- you may ANONYMOUSLY contact a tip line at 1-800-423-TIPS (tips leading to Jennifer’s return may receive a $15,000 reward)


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1 comment:

UCFAlumni2002 said...

Thank you for keeping Jennifer's face, name, and story alive! Hopefully everyone passes on Jenn's website- www.findjenniferkesse.com to everyone they know and so forth and so on.... Continuing to expect miracles and praying for answers!