Thursday, January 5, 2012

Black Women Please Be Careful Who You Meet: Missing Atlanta Woman's Car Found, Search Continues


We ask this strange question about this investigation, regarding Stacie Nicole English of Atlanta, why don't the police call this case foul play, if they admit to it being suspicious?   If the police discovered her car in a parking lot, allegedly belonging to the police department, left running with her iPad, cell phone and wallet, then why wouldn't it be foul play? In our opinion, they do not have the right people on the task force.  Then, we discovered that Stacie Nicole English asked this man visiting from St. Louis, Missouri to leave, after an argument.  Still, they do not consider this case foul play, something is not right with this investigation, because if we have key evidence of Mr. Robert Kirk, allegedly being the last person seen with her and honestly admits she asked him to leave, then we think the Atlanta Police Department needs to look further into this case.

As you know, we have been giving you you the latest news on prostitutes whom were found dead in the trunks of their cars, in Detroit.  Now, this case involves a missing woman in Atlanta.  Stacey Nicole English's car was discovered in a parking lot allegedly owned by the police precinct without her whereabouts.  Now, when the police discovered the car with the engine running, why didn't he or she immediately call the police and try to find out whom the car belong to.   We do not trust the police with this particular case and find it very suspicious they do not see this as a case of being foul play.  


We always tell you dear black women, to live your life right and be very careful of what choices you make.  Although Stacey Nicole English allegedly worked for a bank, she obviously could have met the wrong person, possibly online.  The questions remain to ponder through our minds.  How long did she know this man from St. Louis, Missouri? This case if awfully strange and teaches each and every last one of us a lesson, when a man is in our house, we should not allow him to visit with us along.  It not safe and very dangerous.  Black sisters, you have to be very careful whom you meet and not be such in a rush to have a man in your life.  Of course, we are not judging our dear sister Stacey Nicole English, but we are speaking of what troubles we can save ourselves from.  Let us pray for a good man and when we meet him, in public around close family and friends is probably the best way to get to know him.   We do not need any more black women disappearing and dying before their time.   Dear black women, please be very careful who you meet.  

We pray for the safe return of Stacey Nicole English and also for her parents and friends.  We pray God keeps them all strong during this frightening situation.  Lastly, we pray this strange man Ms. English met, admits his guilt, if he knows anything about her disappearance. 

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Atlanta Police say an officer impounded the car December 27, the night 36-year-old Stacey English disappeared. The car was found in the Lakewood area of southeast Atlanta. It was abandoned with its engine running.

Police ordered the car towed to an impound lot. English's family reported her missing December 31, police say. When police launched their missing-person case January 1, they searched their impound lots for the car, but the search failed to produce the vehicle. Another search Wednesday yielded the discovery of the car.

Maj. Keith Meadows told a news conference "we haven't come across any forensic evidence within that vehicle to suggest that Miss English has met with foul play." But he said police were "concerned" about the "suspicious circumstances" of her disappearance.

Police say a person of interest has cooperated with the investigation, a man who last saw English following an argument. Police say he left her apartment and called a cab. A security guard reported seeing him leave. The unidentified man lives in St. Louis and is described by friends as somebody in whom English had a possible romantic interest.

Meanwhile, English's family continues to wait and worry about the fate of their daughter. Her stepfather and mother attended a police news conference Thursday. They were visibly shaken by word that the missing car had been in the possession of the police department since her disappearance.
The missing woman left behind her keys, phone...Read full article, here.

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