Quebecois missing kids

Found this article about missing children in Quebec. It gives details about the Yohanna Cyr case, about which I’d previously known nothing besides what was on the NCMEC poster. (Not that I’d bothered to research it; it isn’t a Charley-eligible case.) Yohanna was a year and a half old when her mother, Lilianne, left her with a boyfriend for a few days. When Lilianne came back, Yohanna was nowhere to be found. Her boyfriend said she’d died but refused to reveal where her body was. If she is alive today (and she might be, who knows) she would turn 35 on the 28th of this month.

The article also talks about Melina Martin, a thirteen-year-old girl who’s been missing 2005. No clues there.

6 thoughts on “Quebecois missing kids

  1. Justin December 23, 2011 / 3:35 pm

    No charges against the boyfriend? If it were my kid, I would be taking a nailgun and blowtorch to his hands, feet and other parts of his anatomy until he told me where she was.

  2. Saffy December 23, 2011 / 6:32 pm

    I really wonder about some of this story. Who was this boyfriend? why would she trust him with her kids? where is he?

  3. kim December 24, 2011 / 1:39 am

    boyfriends story is absurd. So many mothers do stupid things like that. The baby should have been left with the father or family. What happened to him?

    • Meaghan December 24, 2011 / 9:10 am

      Not knowing any more of the story, I don’t feel like I should judge the mother. I’m sure she deeply regrets her misplaced trust in that boyfriend.

  4. lilly April 15, 2012 / 12:42 am

    je vien de voir vos commentaire et oui j ai tjrs regretter de lui avoir laisser ma fille mais j etais jeune et l amour que j avais pour cet homme ma rendu aveugle .sa va faire 34 ans bientot que je souffre et qu elle me manque je n au jamais cesser de la chercher

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