Black History Month: Consuella Cash

In honor of Black History Month I’m profiling one African-American MP every day on this blog for the month of February. Today’s case is Consuella LeShaun Cash, a seven-year-old girl who disappeared from Los Angeles, California on January 3, 1975.

She’s “missing under suspicious circumstances and may have been the victim of a homicide” but unfortunately I know nothing else about this case, whether it was an abduction, if there was family involvement, nothing. I’ve tried searching in news archives for her name under various spellings but turned up doodly squat.

Consuella must have had a family, someone who loved her, someone who helped put those ribbons in her hair. Someone who missed her. Are any of them still alive today and looking for her?

One thought on “Black History Month: Consuella Cash

  1. Steveonna Slater April 28, 2019 / 6:19 am

    Yes I am

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