In the coverage of the abduction of a 13-year-old boy in Florida last week, allegedly by Vicente Ignacio Beltran-Moreno, there was this interesting quote concerning the search for him.
“Nobody stays hidden forever,” said William T. Gaut, a former police investigator in Birmingham, Ala., who now works as an expert witness and case reviewer in Naples. “Human beings are creatures of habit — we can never fully break all of our habits and we always come home. That’s why family members are so important to cases like this.”
Proponents of the “Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Protection Act of 2006″ claim there are more than 100,000 sex offenders currently who failed to register and are ‘missing,’ with locations unknown to the public and law enforcement.
The dilemma for some as the saying goes, “Home is where you hang your hat”.