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I remember when the story about 24-year old Jennifer Kesse going missing first hit. However, I was so deeply involved with the Natalee Holloway case to know every detail about Jennifer Kesse and the facts of her story. To be honest, I had no idea she had JUST returned from a <?xml:namespace prefix = st1 ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags" />Caribbean cruise. All I knew was that she was missing.
Nearly two years later, I've learned and researched incredible amounts of information regarding stories and "outings" of human/sex trafficking; women and girls being abducted and sold into slavery off cruise ships in other countires while vacationing. These are not just women "from other countries". These are girls and women from OUR COUNTRY. Add to that, Jennifer is one hot commodity in that business sector. She's young, blonde, white, thin... She would bring in a lot of money to whoever wanted to take her.
After reading more into this case I am definitely re-thinking my opinion and now consider her missing status as a possible abduction and not a murder.
Why? Three perfect reasons:
1. She JUST returned from a cruise. She was reported missing the next day. She could have been on that cruise while someone was stalking and watching her. If that person were a cruise ship member they could have had access to records--including her name, where she was coming from and going to, when she was leaving, etc.
2. She is a beautiful blonde white woman. That's a diamond in the human/sex slave industry and big bucks for sickos.
3. She conveniently lives in Orlando, Florida. Her abductor could have followed her or gathered information on where she lived. Florida is a huge gateway for human trafficking due to its location. What better area for this crime? What better location for this victim? What better opportunity for this crime?