The Jaliek Rainwalker running away claim doesn’t make any sense, I’m gonna prove it soon… #JusticeForJaliek…

Jaliek was last seen at a home on 10 Hill Street in Greenwich on Nov. 1st, 2007. The adoptive father Stephen claims that he woke up at 7:30 in the morning and discovered a runaway note. Then Stephen reported the kid missing a little later on at 8:57 in the morning.

You see, I know their running away claim is bullshit ’cause I know the town of Greenwich since I’ve lived here my whole life and I know Hill St. since I’ve been through that street many times in my life. Around the time in Nov. would be pretty cold as it would be Fall still. I can’t see Jaliek getting bundled up and walking in the streets in the middle of the night or early in the morning. If Jaliek just walked out of the house and started walking, someone would have spotted him and took him back to that home on Hill St. Like I said, I know Hill St. pretty well. There are all kinds of homes close by. Greenwich is a town that has all kinds of homes close together. Jaliek would have been spotted by someone if he was walking alone, shivering in the cold. I just can’t see it.

Overnight in town, there are usually police officers driving through town to make sure if the town is safe so if a police officer spotted a runaway, he would have picked Jaliek up and took him back home. Anybody would have spotted Jaliek and took him back home.

I plan to go into town soon to prove my point and will videotape myself doing that for an upcoming videoblog.

Also, since Stephen claims he woke up at 7:30 in the morning and discovered Jaliek missing then why did it take over an hour to report him missing? Their running away claim just doesn’t add up. I’m gonna make a videoblog about it soon and hopefully debunk their claim for good.


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