These pictures were taken probably right before getting pregnant with her baby. She took a trip to New York for this special ceremony. At that time, Lilly was as happy as can be. We miss you so much, Lilly! We will never forget you.
Tune in to the The Dana Pretzer Show on Scaredmonkeys- Listen LIVE Tonight at 9PM Eastern. I will be discussing Lilly Aramburo’s case.
This week’s guests include:
* Jacque Hollander, Victim’s Rights Advocate
* Aden McEvoy and Theresa Jordan, family to Becca McEvoy
* Janet Forte, family spokesperson for Missing person Lily Aramburo
* Joel Brodsky: Attorney for Drew Peterson, husband of missing Stacy Peterson
Blog Talk Radio..Lilly Aramburo, loving mother and Miami resident……
Wednesday, May 21, 2008, at 6 PM Central Time / 7 PM Eastern Time – “The War on Crime” radio we will be discussing the Lilly Aramburo case. The Miami mother who vanished at two in the morning on or about June 2, 2007.
Will Miami Police finally investigate this case and question potential suspects who were with Lilly Aramburo the night she vanished? Please join us and be part of the discussion:
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/True_Crime and at 6 PM Central / 7 PM Eastern SUNDAY and click on the “Click To Listen Icon.”
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Special show guests include, Stacy Dittrich, A 15-year, law enforcement veteran, deputy sheriff at the Richland County Sheriff’s Office in Mansfield, Ohio. Stacy is also a former sex crimes detective, and crime author of “The Body Mafia” and “The Devil’s Closet”Along with Susan Murphy-Milano, A 17-year, a Family Violence Safety Expert , and author of “Defending Our Lives” and” Moving Out Moving On”.
Unable to join us during air time, please download the show anytime day or evening during the week to listen.
Please read the latest story discussing Lilly’s case below. Please go to the link on the title of this post. Visit the site and COMMENT,COMMENT, COMMENT!! We need everyone to COMMENT, PLEASE. Additionally, please email Governor Charlie Crist. Ask him to help bring our Lilly home!
Please listen to the radio show. According to former FBI/Criminal Profiler, Clint Van Zandt, “there are interesting parallels to the Stepha Henry Case (a college graduate who disappeared in May) and took local authorities in Miami to the first of the year to get their investigation together.” He goes on to say that it’s WRONG that Lilly’s case is not listed in the NCIC database. He adds “Circumstances are SUSPICIOUS enough that this should raise her as a higher profile potential victim on the radar scope of police”
On April 25, 2007, Our investigation into the Missing Miami Mother Lilly Aramburo and her fiance, Christen Pacheco, found the couple applied for a marriage license on April 25, 2007. Approximately thirty-six days later, Lilly Aramburo, vanished. See details below:
Application Number: (Year-Number)2007-008528
Groom Name: (First Middle Last)CHRISTEN ROBERT PACHECO
Birth Place:NEW YORK
Groom Reside, City:MIAMI
State or Foreign Country:FLORIDA
Bride Name: (First Middle Last / Maiden)LUCELY ARAMBURO
Bride Reside, City:MIAMI
State or Foreign Country:FLORIDA
Approximately thirty-six days later, Lilly Aramburo, vanished. The last person(s) to see her alive was Miami Businessman, Christen Pacheco and a long time friend by the name of Kelly Rae Starling. Both say that Lilly left her loving future at two in the morning in her pajama’s to go and pick flowers. She had no shoes or slippers on her feet, she left her purse and cell phone in the home she and Christen Pacheco shared. Most of all, she left her one year old son.
The explanation from Christen Pacheco who also heads up a not for profit agency in the State of Florida called Kidz Comfort Zone, Inc., knows what happened that night.
Police have yet to investigate the disappearance of this Miami Mother, Lilly Aramburo. On June 2, 2008 it will be one year since Lilly vanished.
The police have ignored the families pleas to investigate this case, it’s time to take it to Governor Charlie Crist.
I am asking that you take a moment and email the Governor of Florida.
Copy and paste this post and send it to: Charlie.Crist@myflorida.com
And ask him to help us bring Lilly Aramburo home!
If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:
Miami-Dade Police Department
Here is the radio show featuring Nikki Hunter of JurorThirteen.com, Prosecutor Eleanor Dixon, renowned former FBI agent/Hostage Negotiator & Criminal Profiler/author Clint Van Zandt, and victims rights advocate Susan Murphy-Milano. Lilly’s case is discussed in detail, it’s towards the middle of the show. The show is really going in depth concerning Lilly’s case. And all are agreeing that this case needs more investigation from Miami Dade Police.
But, last night, this complete stranger, not even from her area at all, spoke of Lilly, of wanting to help Lilly, just because…
So glad Lucely was able to catch the show…
“Hi Janet, si escuche el radio last night and was very emotional for me THANK YOU FOR LOVING MY LILLY SO MUCH ,AND FOR YOUR STRENGTH DO ALL THIS WORK PALDEN WILL ALWAYS KNOW WHAT YOU DID FOR HIS MOM AND US THANK YOU!”
This is the view of the area where Lilly disappeared from, her “fiance’s” apartment in South Miami. There is a canal less than 100 steps away (it’s towards the bottom of the image) yet police have NEVER thought to look. Almost a year since Lilly vanished into thin air. Please read the article below and comment on Susan’s blog. We have the possibility of getting the case on Nancy Grace if there’s enough feedback and interest from you all. We DEMAND Justice in Miami.
Susan Murphy Milano will be on the radio tonight and it sounds like she’ll be bringing up our Lilly!
The Dana Pretzer Show On Scared Monkeys Radio – Listen LIVE Wednesday Night at 9PM Eastern – Guests Include Susan Murphy Milano, Author and Domestic Violence Expert…
CLICK LINK BELOW TO LISTEN LIVE TONIGHT, WEDNESDAY, MAY 14 @ 9:00PM EASTERN
A BIG heartfelt THANK YOU to Jamie for creating this moving tribute for Lilly. THANK YOU to everyone all over the US, that have stepped up so selflessly to help spread the word. Your kindness and hard work is appreciated. Lilly’s family and friends are grateful. May you be blessed with the same love and support in your own lives.
In my life, I had never met someone so much like me. I loved spending time with Lilly. We shared a lot more than the same taste in music. Lilly loved poetry, rainy days, playing with children, art, walks on the beach, indy movies, playing with animals and being spontaneous. She was a peaceful person who was never afraid to stand up for others. I remember her as a free spirit, very easy-going, kind-hearted, and fun to be around. She was compassionate, humble and the furthest thing from materialistic and superficial. As a kid, Lilly enjoyed acting. She was a regular on a popular Spanish TV show, Sabado Gigante. She was very artistic and always kept a journal. Lilly loved animals, above all dogs were her absolute favorite. It wasn’t unusual to see her offering food/water and affection to homeless animals or seeing her give away her last dollar to a homeless person on the street. She practiced Buddhism and meditation, even living at a temple at one point. Her Buddhist name is Karma Drolkar. She will always remain that free spirit little pixie in my mind.
Lilly shared many stories with me about her life and her adolescence. She told me about her childhood, and the times she ran away as a teenager. She would leave her mother’s house to stay with her best friend. But always kept in touch. She suffered from depression and emotional problems at a young age, her best friends meant the world to her. Until she met the love of her life, her son’s father.
Here are my pictures of Lilly. Such a beautiful girl, inside and out. A kind, gentle person, someone I will never forget. Please say a prayer for her tonight. Pray for justice to be served and all missing loved ones to be found.
It’s so hard to believe she’s gone and it’s been such a long time since anyone has seen her. I worry so much about her, she’s constantly on my mind. If only law enforcement could feel a tinge of that concern, they would do everything in their power to find her. And justice would be served for Lilly Aramburo, my sweet pixie friend.