As I mentioned, bringing Asha Jaquilla Degree home will take a collective effort via the theory, six degrees of separation, where we are all a mere six people away from anyone in the world. Closure is a collective effort from many minds coming together: someone ‘who knows someone, who knows someone, who knows someone’ (repeat this phrase one more time; it’s that simple.
WE can do this!
Here’s a list of countries represented by someone who cares:
Algeria, Singapore, Turkey, Taiwan, Thailand, Kenya, Luxembourg,Bahamas, Chile, Colombia, Netherlands, Finland, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand, Puerto Rico, Poland, Portugal, United Kingdom, Norway, Canada, Argentina, South Africa, South Korea, Serbia, Sweden, Australia, Brazil, Denmark, Malaysia, France, Hong Kong, SAR China, Croatia, India, Trinidad/Tobago, and Vietnam!
Also, the biggest amount of views in one day was 2,982! It’s imperative that we pass this site along on crime sleuth and social sites like Facebook, Twitter, MySpace–anywhere–if we’re to get that ONE piece of information investigators need to bring Asha home. It only takes a minute to share.
Asha’s and all unsolved missing child cases need a collective effort to bring their families closure.
NOTE: Those crazy ‘Zs’ in the title are my effort to keep the pages in order. if someone knows a better way to keep ordered, please let me know. Thanks to all!