Saturday, January 8, 2022

Adora Grae Stout - 2000

17-year-old Adora Grae Stout died at the Buffalo Mountain Camp January 8, 2000. The camp was a kind of boot camp controlled by a company called OmniVisions

The circumstances that brought her there is unclear as years have passed and not that much media coverage exist about this tragic death.

What is clear is that a family lost one of their relatives and a 17-year-old girl did not get to live a full life

May she find peace where she is now.

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Tuesday, December 7, 2021

Rylan Harris - 2020

13-year-old Rylan Harris was found dead in the Arkansas River after he ran away with other boys at his age from a group home. The reason for his escape attempt is not known nor is the reason for him being placed there.

Somewhere out there a family now morns his death.

We have to remember that while he is only one out of about 200 children mentioned on this blog, he was also an individual person with relatives who misses him. A person who might have been grown up and made something out of live, if he had been allowed.

May he find peace where he is now.

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Saturday, September 11, 2021

Jared Camacho - 2020

No one seems to know what caused 12-year-old Jared Camacho to run away from the Rose-Mary Center. He ended up on highway with lots of traffic and he was struck by a vehicle.

It is worth to investigate but it to understand why focus has been on the family who so tragicly lost one of their family members.

12 years is very little to be allowed to live.

May he find peace where he is now.

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Tuesday, August 31, 2021

Andrew Potter - 2018

15-year-old Andrew Potter was hit by a car when he tried to escape Devereux Cleo Wallace in Westminster. While the identity of the driver was not clear, the victim was. A boy who was only allowed 15 years to live in this world. We do not know the circumstances that led to his placement at this facility which had its share of controversial media articles covering its way of doing business over the years but we do know that he never made it back to safety among friends and family. It must have been a terrible loss for them.

May he find peace where he is now.

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Monday, June 21, 2021

Timmy Montoya-Kloepfel - 2020

12-year-old Timmy Montoya-Kloepfel was hit by a vehicle when he tried to escape from the Tennyson Center for Children in Denver. As his conditions worsened his mother made the painful decision to send him to a place where there were supposed to be round-the-clock supervision until he could get better. The supervision proved to insufficient and provided him the possibility to escape resulting in his death of a random driver who had no chance to avoid the terrible collision.

How the treatment center was allowed to operate and fail families remains unanswered.

May he find peace where he is now.

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