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Janine Vaughan Missing December 7th 2001 Bathurst NSW Australia

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Janine VAUGHAN Went missing in Bathurst 7th 2001 this is a information tribute to this girl and her family and friends in Australia, Back then I sold a red hatchback holden in Bathurst NSW Australia about November, December 2001 to a person who did not pay me the money. MensHelpTv Someone knows about Janine Vaughan EMMA SWAIN 25 Feb, 2011 08:18 AM The family of missing woman Janine Vaughan will travel to the scene of her disappearance and launch their own investigation into how and why the body of their loved one has never been found. Headed by Ms Vaughan's brother Adam, the family will return to Bathurst to follow leads after four police investigations failed to bring closure to four police investigations failed. "Someone has some information they believe will help us find Janine's body," Mr Vaughan, of Aberglasslyn, said. "All we can do is be strong and hope that it leads to something and we can find her ourselves. It's the only way." Ms Vaughan was last seen entering a red vehicle in Bathurst on December 7, 2001. An inquest into her disappearance found that Ms Vaughan was murdered by a person or persons unknown and her body disposed of in such a way that it has not been found. As part of his campaign for justice, Mr Vaughan is also calling for a clause in the legal system to be abolished. "During the inquest three main persons of interest were called to the stand and each one of them adopted a clause (only applicable to coronial inquests) which meant they didn't have to say a word," Mr Vaughan said. "So I want to push for this clause to be gone." Earlier this year the Vaughan family was contacted after human bones were dug up on a property at Perthville. At the time, police had not ruled out the possibility the remains were those of Ms Vaughan. It has since been determined that the bones did not belong to the former Muswellbrook woman. "Mum has terminal cancer, so it's really important to us that things come to an end before mum passes away," Mr Vaughan said. "Each day is a blessing with her and we are staying positive but deep down we know she misses her daughter deeply and wants closure so we don't have to go through this without her. "Janine's case will always be there and if someone called with new information then something may happen, but I have my doubts. That's why we have to do something ourselves." *Buy a copy of your Maitland Mercury for extended coverage of this story. I did report this information to crime stoppers but they said the red car 4 door hatch back had no connection to the missing girl. The missing persons photo is on a public site, for missing people. Someone knows about Janine Vaughan EMMA SWAIN 25 Feb, 2011 08:18 AM The family of missing woman Janine Vaughan will travel to the scene of her disappearance and launch their own investigation into how and why the body of their loved one has never been found. Headed by Ms Vaughan's brother Adam, the family will return to Bathurst to follow leads after four police investigations failed to bring closure to Ms Vaughan's disappearance in 2001. "Someone has some information they believe will help us find Janine's body," Mr Vaughan, of Aberglasslyn, said. "All we can do is be strong and hope that it leads to something and we can find her ourselves. It's the only way." Ms Vaughan was last seen entering a red vehicle in Bathurst on December 7, 2001. An inquest into her disappearance found that Ms Vaughan was murdered by a person or persons unknown and her body disposed of in such a way that it has not been found. As part of his campaign for justice, Mr Vaughan is also calling for a clause in the legal system to be abolished. "During the inquest three main persons of interest were called to the stand and each one of them adopted a clause (only applicable to coronial inquests) which meant they didn't have to say a word," Mr Vaughan said. "So I want to push for this clause to be gone." Earlier this year the Vaughan family was contacted after human bones were dug up on a property at Perthville. At the time, police had not ruled out the possibility the remains were those of Ms Vaughan. It has since been determined that the bones did not belong to the former Muswellbrook woman. "Mum has terminal cancer, so it's really important to us that things come to an end before mum passes away," Mr Vaughan said. "Each day is a blessing with her and we are staying positive but deep down we know she misses her daughter deeply and wants closure so we don't have to go through this without her. "Janine's case will always be there and if someone called with new information then something may happen, but I have my doubts. That's why we have to do something ourselves." *Buy a copy of your Maitland Mercury for extended coverage of this story.
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Brad Kynoch (10 месяцев назад)
If u really want to help in solving the murder why not release the name/description of the guy u sold/gave your car to when u made this video ?? Strange that u would with hold that information to the public . No doubt police would of investigated u at the time or ask for details of the guy u gave/sold the car to . Interesting . R.I.P Janine Vaughan
MensHelpTv (10 месяцев назад)
Sorry, I did not need to be investigated... and all this is a triangle. If the Bathurst Police Need my small details again, I will deal with them. Maybe it would be better to remove this post. But it is out for the public to read.
MensHelpTv (10 месяцев назад)
Lets not be stupid here I did tell the Bathurst Cops years ago and this was ruled out. And if the Bathurst Police want details once again... for some unknown reason they know how to find me. Also I went to a solicitor, to try and get my money... this came to pass.

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