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Shaniya Davis – Precious Angel’s body has been found……………..

November 16, 2009

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SANFORD, NC (WTVD) — Police Monday found the body of missing 5-year-old who has been the focus of a nationwide Amber Alert .

The child’s remains were located in an area bordered by Highway 87 south and Walker Road – just south of Sanford – during a second day of searching.

Fayetteville police spokesperson, Theresa Chance said the body of a child was located about 100 feet off the road. She said Shaniya Davis’ family would be called on to make a positive identification. Another news conference was scheduled for later this afternoon.

Davis was last seen alive at a Comfort Suites hotel in Sanford last week – the same morning her mother reported her missing from her Fayetteville home. Police say a surveillance video from the hotel showed the child with 29-year-old Mario McNeill.

The area where police found Shaniya’s body is about 7 miles from the hotel from where Shaniya was last seen on the video surveillance.

A Facebook page was set up Monday for people to leave messages for the family and talk about the tragedy.

At the time this alert was sent out – many stopped, shook our heads, shed tears going silent.

When a loved one is missing you always hold out hope that just perhaps someone may have the victim, come to their senses and release him/her to freedom.   Unfortunately, statistics reveal quite the opposite.  This is extremely troubling, confusing and leave all for a loss of words.

Children are totally innocent and they have no voice as to their safety and what parents may do to them.  Shaniya was totally innocent and her death is a selfish act by individuals that have no remorse.  Anyone that could or would harm an innocent child is truly scum.  I know that so many advocates and parents have these same feelings, it is imperative to continue to bring attention to this epidemic – “human/child trafficking and  child prostitution“.

Every  child wants/needs/deserves security and to be loved unconditionally.  Children are a Gift from God.  Children are totally innocent and anyone that harms a child deserves to be punished to the utmost.

Unfortunately, Shaniya’s case is not unique in some respects, according to child advocates; but part of a social epidemic that authorities are addressing.  For far too long in America, the attitude toward child trafficking has been that it’s terrible, but happens somewhere else.  Guess what……it’s happening right in our communities, streets, homes, cities/towns right here in the United States.

Shaniya is with our Lord and Savior.  No more pain, no more tears.

Forever in our thoughts and prayers Shaniya.  Finally at peace.

God saw you

God saw you getting tired.

So he wrapped his arms around you, and whispered, “come to me”.

You didn’t deserve what you went through, so he gave you rest.

God’s garden must be beautiful, he only takes the best.

And when found sleeping,  so peaceful and free from pain

No one could wish you back to suffer again.

——unknown

In Loving Memory – Shaniya Davis

 

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  1. Janet
    November 17, 2009 at 2:13 PM

    What a cruel and sad, sad world that we live in. This little girl never had the chance to grow up like other children with a monster of a mother that she had. I pray that this so called “mother” who is actually pregnant gets her child taken away from her and that she gets a mandatory hysterectomy. She should never have the opportunity to harm another child again. Better yet, give her the death penalty which she truly deserves! Little Shaniya Davis, may you now rest in peace..you will not be forgotten!!

  2. P'chez
    November 18, 2009 at 9:42 PM

    On television, last night, Shaniya’s father looked to the only spirit that could give some kind of unimaginable peace. Shaniya is with someone who will help her father, somehow, get thru this. Lord, help him!!! He’s going to need you to pick him up, whether he thinks he has the strength or not. My prayers are with him, and the rest of this poor child’s family.

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