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    California - Police Say Bones of 14-Year-Old Girl Found

    Police Say Bones of 14-Year-Old Calif. Girl Found

    The bones of a 14-year-old Southern California girl who vanished more than a year ago while walking to school were discovered in a rugged, remote area, authorities said Sunday, less than a week after a registered sex offender was charged with murdering another teenage girl who lived nearby.

    The search for Amber Dubois had produced few leads until 17-year-old Chelsea King disappeared Feb. 25, last seen wearing running clothes in a park about 10 miles south of where Amber was last seen walking with a man. A body presumed to be Chelsea's was found in a shallow, lakeside grave five days after Chelsea disappeared.

    Searchers found Amber's skeletal remains early Saturday in Pala, a small town in the Pala Indian Reservation, a sparsely populated area that occupies more than 12,000 acres in north San Diego County, said Escondido Police Chief Jim Maher.

    The county medical examiner's office confirmed later in the day the remains were Amber's through dental records, he said.

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    When in hell are they going to quit releasing these sex offenders that prey upon our children?

    It has been proven that there is no treatment for them so why not make it a mandatory death penalty for blatant pedophiles.

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    ^ Amen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackgang
    It has been proven that there is no treatment for them

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