It’s important to know just who Asha and her family are if we’re to identify who’s responsible for her disappearance and bring her home. It is my hope-upon-hope wherein the right person, after reading my words within these pages, comes forward and identifies this monster.
‘They’ already know him.
It’s just a matter of time.
There is always hope, and cases like Asha’s have been solved after decades; all it takes is one overlooked clue, one person, one mistake. And in my research I’ve found a mistake–or two–that this monster’s made.
But first things first and educating one’s self is vital, so I’ll take it step by step, here.
I’ve compiled Asha’s profile and knowing who she is, is important to identify my reasoning for labeling her as a non-runaway.
• Very shy
• Honors student
• Close to her sibling
• Afraid of the dark
• ‘Deathly’ afraid of dogs
• Feared thunder
• Loved school
• Well thought of by teachers
• Notable school attendance
• Self pride
• Holds herself accountable
• Team player
• Capable of making friends
• People pleaser
Asha is a model child; she cares about grades, performance, family, all attributes that betray her values: family, friends and her responsibility to others. Conversely, I’ll identify the runaway personalities and life situations on the next page, that contribute to kids running away, abandoning their friends and family (along with notes relating to Asha’s case and how she does not fit this profile). .
ASHA’S FAMILY/FAMILY LIFE
• Loving home
• Both parents in home
• Responsible/productive parents
• Life centered around trusting, loving people
• Close ties with family members
• Parents openly affectionate and supportive
• Stable home life
• Structured home life/predictable
• Parents hold kids accountable
• Parents are above average in hands-on involvement
• Attend extracurricular activities
• Attend church
• Close ties to their community
• No problems with substance abuse
• No problems with child abuse or neglect
• No reports of domestic abuse/violence
• Both employed
• Very low risk lifestyle
Both Asha and her brother, O’Bryant were fully supervised, supported and attended to by both parents and close, extended family. Too, neither child had access to the outside influences of the internet and cell phones.
It’s important to note how attentive Asha’s parents are to fully comprehend the ‘no-runway’ factor and the other possibilities I’ll broach in later pages. You may find yourself referring back to these character composites in subsequent pages, as these lists support my reasoning.
Taking all these considerations into play, I’ve a strong suspicion of who is responsible. As I mentioned, it’s just a matter of time before ‘the alibi’ comes to a 180 degree full-on realization. And I hope my words help with this disclosure.
Page Poser: Would you agree that Asha’s close-knit family and their low-risk lifestyle makes for a stronger case a known offender is responsible for Asha’s disappearance?