Dinorah Perry went to Panama on the anniversary of Baby Monica’s disappearance (Feb 5, 2009). She held a candle light vigil in the streets of Arrajan Panama. On that day, Atty Milwood (The Family’s Attorney) announced the arrest of the suspects. A video of the vigil is coming soon.
(Google Video) - This is footage from 2007 that takes place in a Florida prison. Dinorah Perry of Missing Children International Ministries interviews Willis Rambo, who was convicted and sentenced to life for the sexual abuse of his stepdaughters.
(Google Video) - During a 2007 interview in Florida, Dinorah Perry of Missing Children International Ministries speaks with Florida death row inmate Willie Crane, Jr., who was convicted for the kidnapping and killing of 8 year old Amanda Brown. The body still has not been found.
(YouTube) - This is a press video from Missing Children International Ministries. The video features local ABC News coverage of the Paul Allard disappearance, as well as interviews by Dinorah Perry with the families of missing children, as well as an interview with Nathan Bar-Jonah in Montana State Prison in Deer Lodge, who is serving a 130 year sentence on child molestation.
Hoping for help in finding abducted children, a Florida woman spent three days talking to Nathan Bar-Jonah in Montana State Prison in Deer Lodge.
The convicted child molester, who is serving a 130-year sentence, talked about growing up in Massachusetts and his dream to run a halfway house for sex offenders. He also gave advice to parents on how to protect children from sexual predators.
Relying on faith, and little else, a ministry searches South Florida waterways for missing children.
BY JACK DOLAN
(Miami Herald) - Some church groups devote their weekends to bake sales. Some play bingo. Others dive into gloomy canals in the pouring rain, searching for human remains.
Saturday, volunteer divers for Missing Children Ministries International came up empty-handed after hours of searching through the murky water and deep silt at the bottom of a nondescript canal just west of Hiatus Road near Oakland Park Boulevard in Sunrise. Read the rest of this entry »
Thursday, December 13, 2007
By Jonathan D. Silver, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Robert Stewart, father of Jean Marie Stewart, who disapeared in 1980.
The night before she was to leave, her friends had a going-away party for her. A friend picked her up to bring her back to the house when she wanted to stop at the convenience store. The friend went in to make her purchase, as she had already removed her shoes. He was inside only minutes (there were no other customers), and when he returned, she was gone. Her purse, shoes and money were all still in the car. She never returned to the house to get money, ticket or other belongings. Foul play is suspected in her disappearance.
By Sofia Santana
South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Posted October 16 2006
(Sun Sentinel) - They are the children and teens whose smiles are frozen on fliers, a hint of the life they left behind when they vanished years ago.
Though she has never met them, Dinorah Perry calls them “my kids.”
Guided by her faith, the Pembroke Pines mother, wife and real estate agent has launched a crusade on behalf of the young victims and the families that desperately want answers. Read the rest of this entry »