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Well the media is always saying how "cunning" and "smart" those who wear the "sex offender" label are, but now I guess they think they are stupid and won't think to cut off the tracking device if they decide to kidnap a child?
Just another way for some company to exploit fear to make a quick buck, just like the Brinks home alarm systems.
By Kori Chambers
Avonte Oquendo has been missing since October 4th. Brianna Council since November 3rd and Gloria Gonzalez-Sanchez since September 2nd.
They are just three missing children in our area. However, according to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, roughly 800,000 kids are reported missing each year in the U.S.
- Most by their own parents or close family, so it wouldn't be of much help!
Perhaps if parents were able to track their children that number would be lower. It’s a radical thought, but some companies are developing technology to do just that.
- Sure they are, exploiting your fear to make money, nothing new here.
Todd Morris of Brick House Security stopped by the PIX11 morning news to show us how one particular child tracking device works.