Amber Alert About 3 Year Old Boy Missing Is A Hoax

amber alert notHoaxes are causing a nuisance again, as a false Amber Alert asking the public to be on the lookout for a 3-year-old boy abducted by a man driving a 2006 Mitsubishi Eclipse are circulating around. The bogus alerts are widespread on social networking sites as users unwittingly perpetuate the hoax – believing they are helping to spread a genuine warning. Dozens of readers have contacted TLS with a similar alert on July 14th, which was posted here. A few seconds spent Googling would reveal that the warning about the 2006 Mitsubishi Eclipse with the license number 98B351 is false.

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10 COMMENTS

  1. I tried to get out but you keep pulling me back in!!
    What could I possibly have to say about this?
    Was the boy a Blue claws fan? Was he abducted from a little league field in order to make it into a parking lot? Or perhaps he was kidnapped by money laundering stores on clifton?
    Whatever the case I have very little time to bloviate(is that a word? It should be)
    I am still sitting by the phone waiting for my call, to join the UEZ, so I can help with the renegotiation of the new Blue claws contract.
    The day they put me on the UEZ, is the day Jimmy Carter apologizes to the Jews.

  2. To Hershel,

    I found this on one of the other jewish blogs a coupe of days ago!

    Carter offers Jewish community ‘Al Het’
    By Ron Kampeas · JTA

    WASHINGTON (JTA) — Jimmy Carter asked the Jewish community for forgiveness for any stigma he may have caused Israel.

  3. To Hershel,

    Just curious out of all the expressions out there what made u choose about Jimmy CArter, it might be stupidty but I think its pretty cool tht u used that expresion only a day after I saw this news piece about Carter asking for forgiveness

  4. sorry anonymous,
    I am not that prescient. I heard about Carter as well before I wrote that.
    But don’t think he truly meant what he said.
    He simply does not want to ruin his sons future political career. He is no less calculated than our local politicos (I included)

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