I have been trying my best to keep as many of the missing children in the news as I possibly can so you can imagine how happy I was to see one the children I keep naming will be added on the front cover of the popular People’s Magazine along with five other missing children.

Adji Desir has been missing since January 10, 2009 and no one even hears his name in the news anymore. According to naplesnews.com the cover with the title “Vanished without a Trace” will feature the list of missing children from this year. They claim it was inspired by the Jaycee Dugard case that was missing for 18 years and finally found after all this time.

Adji Desir was 6 years old when he disappeared while visiting with his grandmother in Farm Workers Village in Immokalee, Fla. while his mother was at work. Around 5:15 that evening he went outside to play with some friends and while playing with friends he disappeared before they realized it. There are no witnesses whatsoever as to what happened to him. He was last seen wearing a blue shirt with thin yellow stripes, blue shorts with pink flamingos going down the sides and grey and black sneakers. Adji is also developmentally disabled and has the functions on a level of a 2 year old and can only speak about five words of English. He does recognize his name though when it is called out.

He is described at the time he disappeared as being a black male and 3 ft tall and weighing only 45 lbs. He has black hair and brown eyes. He had a birthday on October 15 and this child should have been home celebrating it with his family. My heart goes out to his family. I can only imagine what hell they have been going through not knowing where he is or what happened to him.

Adji’s photo is also being featured on national direct mail advertising fliers that are being delivered to 75 million homes across America from November 8 through December 13.

Anyone that knows anything at all concerning Adji’s whereabouts PLEASE call the Collier County Sheriff’s Office at (239) 793-9300 or if you want to make an anonymous call you can call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-780-TIPS (8477). You can also visit  www.colliersheriff.org.

Keeping this child’s name in print could possibly bring attention to someone that might see him just like keeping the others that are missing in print as well. It certainly can’t hurt so once again I ask you all to join me in saying a prayer for all these children, some not with us any longer and some that are out there lost somewhere. We need to get them home. Some on the list include Caylee Anthony, Adji Desir, Haleigh Cummings, Somer Thompson, Elizabeth Olten, Masaraha Ross, Alex Mercado and Rebecca Marie Allen, Sandra Cantu and Shaniya Nicole Davis. And there are others as well. My prayers are with them all. God bless them all and all of you as well.

Jan Barrett

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