Someone holds the key to “mystery” of Madison Scott

It has been over six months since Madison Scott disappeared and I find it perplexing that the case continues to be described as a “mystery.”

It has been over six months since Madison Scott disappeared and I find it perplexing that the case continues to be described as a “mystery.”

The description is of course correct, but somebody knows something, they must.

That vital information could put so many people out of utter misery and disbelief  – whoever  holds this information –  I have no idea how you sleep at night.

The RCMP continue to repeat themselves with every new release – we believe there is information out there – we need people to come forward etc etc. When I spoke to the RCMP last week they said they are not getting any new leads or tips now.

I saw this post recently on a Facebook group created for Madison’s search.

“Sandra-Wayne Klassen:

Note: The friends handing out posters at the Grey Cup yesterday were NOT the “friends” at the party at Hogsback Lake when Maddy went missing on May 28. The Hogsback party group of friends remain invisible and seemingly inactive and disinterested in Maddy’s fate. Attending interviews with the RCMP does not constitute helping with the search – the interviews are not optional considering these people were with Maddy in a social setting the night/morning she disappeared. Sure am hoping that one of them has the backbone to step up and provide the missing information at this time….”

I don’t write this editorial to try and place blame on any person on group of people, only to try and get people talking and determine what happened. The RCMP can only do so much with the information they have, but in a community like this, a lot can be uncovered by people working together. Those who have lived here, grown up here and have the connections to really make a difference need to come together now – those who really know this town and the people in it.

A couple of weeks ago I had my car broken into and my laptop and various other items stolen. Thanks to people talking on my behalf to others and working together, I was able to get it back in a couple of days. It got me thinking about how this kind of activity can be utilized to help with a case like Madison’s. The answer is out there, someone bring it home.

 

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