Monday, July 09, 2007

FRIDAY UPDATE: Murdered girl in Tacoma, WA

Friday: She's dead. Not surprising but is shocking. This could be my kid. They are just about the same age. Both have brown eyes and blonde hair. At 12 years old a kid should be able to play behind her own fucking house. The person of interest directed the TPD to Zina's body. Again, he was here ILLEGALLY - he was suppose to be deported after his felony rape case. He was labeled a Level 1 sex offender - the least likely to re-offend. Yeah. The 60 hours of "treatment" worked well.
SEXUAL DEVIANTS CANNOT BE CURED. They must be locked up for good or my preference, put to death. http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/localnews/2003787203_missinggirl13m.html

Thursday: A message to the animal that took Zina: TURN YOURSELF IN. CONFESS. YOU WILL BE CAUGHT BY THE TPD. GET IT OVER WITH.

The Pierce County man, 42, was arrested Monday after Tacoma police identified him as someone who hadn't been deported after being convicted of a felony, said Lorie Dankers, spokeswoman for Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). Federal law mandates that all aliens convicted of felonies be deported to their home country.
The guy has a grey van with a license plate that matches what the father told the Police. He has admitted that he recently changed his plate - just like the Police said the unknown subject would do. And.... here's a shocker - he is a convicted sex offender.

Update: AMBER ALERT
11:50 AM PDT on Tuesday, July 10, 2007
KING5.com Staff
Zina Linnik
ISSAQUAH, Wash. – Searchers from the King and Pierce County Sheriff's Departments are searching Tiger Mountain today after getting a tip in the case of a kidnapped 12-year-old Tacoma girl who has been the focus of an AMBER Alert for nearly a week.
Police believe Zina was taken by a man driving an older model, box-shaped gray van, possibly a Toyota or Volkswagen, with a partial plate of 677 or 667.
During a news conference Monday, Tacoma Police Department Chief Donald Ramsdell asked the public to keep an eye out for unusual behavior that may point to a suspect.
"The broadcast of the vehicle description makes the vehicle a liability for the offender," said Ramsdell. "The offender will likely seek to distance himself from that liability in many ways. If the vehicle was borrowed, he will immediately return it. He may park the vehicle in an inconspicuous location, perhaps covering the vehicle with a tarp or storing the vehicle in the garage out of sight. If questioned, he may explain the vehicle has mechanical problems and is no longer driveable."
Ramsdell added the suspect could have changed the vehicle's appearance, possibly repainting it or altering the license plate, or selling it.

12 year old Zina Linnik was playing in an alley behind her house on Wed. 7/4 and was abducted. An older grey van is being sought with a partial lic plate of 1677. Keep your eyes open.
Anyone with information should call Crimestoppers of Pierce County at 253-591-5959 or 911.
http://archives.seattletimes.nwsource.com/cgi-bin/texis.cgi/web/vortex/display?slug=missinggirl08m&date=20070708&query=zina+

5 comments:

sis said...

you know I bet that van did circles around that girl and her house. Perfect example on why everyone always needs to be aware of their surroundings and what is going on. I sure hope she is okay. so sad.

Kelly said...

Most likely she is not okay.

Violence Worker said...

If there ever was a reason for the death penalty, this guy is it!

VW

Jenn of the Jungle said...

How many American lives are destroyed in different ways by people who have NO RIGHT to be here. We see it often here in San Diego, coyotes, hauling tons of human refuse over the border see a border patrol agent driving the other way on the freeway, freak out and end up rear ending and killing a car load of innocent Americans on their way to the beach.

Makes me sick. Those poor parents, my thoughts and best wishes to them now in these most trying times.

Kelly said...

VW - I agree but every murderer in my book (along with pedophiles, cop killers and terroists) deserve to be put to death. The statement, if anyone deserved it he does gets to me... they all deserve it. I still totally disagree with Maleng giving a deal to Ridgeway. That decision had and has effected other cases - the defense attnys mantra now is since Ridgeway didn't get death my guy shouldn't.