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Billy’s Law, S3019…Help Find The Missing Act…

June 12, 2010

Billy’s Law, S3019…Help Find The Missing Act…

Legislation is meant to help find missing people and is now before the Senate and Oklahoma Senator Coburn is now trying to block it.  He is the only Senator against the bill!  How do you put a price tag on the lives of people?  He says that it is too costly to educate the police and medical examiners.  Please contact your Senator and be a voice, United States Senate, Senators of the 111th Congress.  The House of Representative bill was number HR3695 which was passed!

Help Find The Missing Act…

“Billy’s Law,” named after Billy Smolinski, also known as“Help Find The Missing Act,” calls for more resources to identify remains. His parents, Janice and William Smolinski of Chester, met with Lieberman and Waterbury Mayor Michael Jarjura on Monday.
Last month, the House passed the bill and it was introduced into the Senate. It would set aside more funding and make other changes to help police nationwide share data more easily to help locate missing adults.
Billy Smolinski was 31 when he disappeared in August 2004 and his family has conducted exhaustive searches for the Waterbury man.
The Smolinski’s said that during their search for their son, they’ve discovered systematic problems in how missing persons cases are handled.
Testifying before a congressional judiciary subcommittee last year, Mrs. Smolinski explained that in her son’s case, his disappearance was initially dismissed by local police. Later, DNA in the investigation was mishandled, Mrs. Smolinski said.
Federal law requires law enforcement to report missing children, but not adults and not unidentified bodies.
That means databases designed to help police investigators close missing persons cases are incomplete and often unused, Janice Smolinski said.
Billy’s Law would link the only public database, known as NamUs–National Missing and Unidentified Persons System–that has information on both missing and unidentified cases, with a Federal Bureau of Identification database.
It also calls for up to $10 million in grants for coroners and police training on using the databases and for handling missing persons cases.
Please do your part and contact your Senator – in order for the bill to pass ALL Senators MUST vote YES!
William (Billy) Smolinski, Jr.

If you have any information about Billy (NCIC # M606786078)

Please e-mail confidential information to: info@justice4billy.com

Please mail confidential information to:
P.O. Box 123, Cheshire CT. 06410

ECHOES OF SILENCE

WHAT WOULD YOU DO?
IF YOUR LIFE WAS SUDDENLY SHATTERED
WHEN YOUR CHILD WAS TORN AWAY
NO TIME TO SAY GOOD-BYE
THERE WON’T BE ANOTHER DAY
A CONSTANT HEARTACHE,
WHAT HAPPENED?
DID YOU SUFFER?
YOUR LIFE THEY DID TAKE
WHAT WOULD YOU DO?
TIME TO MOVE ON THEY SAY
GET OVER IT
HOW LONG WILL THIS LAST
IT GOES ON STILL ANOTHER DAY
THEY SAY YOU’VE CHANGED
UNDERSTAND THEY DO NOT
YOU CAN’T TURN YOUR BACK
MANY THINK IT’S STRANGE
WHAT WOULD YOU DO?
PEOPLE HAVE VANISHED
VIOLENTLY TORN AWAY
THEIR BODIES ARE HIDDEN
O LORD, FIND THEM TODAY
MY CHILD ONE OF THEM
NO MATTER THE AGE
LOVE, LIFE’S FORCE
CORNERED IN A CAGE
WHAT WOULD YOU DO?
HOURS TURN INTO DAYS
MONTHS BECOME YEARS
CHALLENGES ARE MANY
SILENCE THEY SAY
BLESSINGS DO COME
HUMAN ANGELS APPEAR
TAKE MY HAND
I’LL GUIDE YOU THERE
WHAT WOULD YOU DO?
WE WILL MAKE IT THROUGH
GOD WILL LEAD THE WAY
LIKE A FLASHLIGHT DOWN A DARK PATH
WE TRUST IN YOU
SO PLEASE WE MIGHT ASK
CHALLENGES ARE MANY
DON’T TURN YOUR BACK
HELP US WITH THIS TASK
WHAT WOULD YOU DO?
From the heart, to all who have a missing loved one who may have been taken violently and hidden
Sometimes pushed aside we are not contagious just need answers and heartbroken
by: Jan Smolinski
Missing son William (Billy) Smolinski Jr.

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  1. Jeannine
    October 5, 2010 at 11:01 AM

    Why an elected official would want to block something of such importance is beyond belief. God forbid he should ever find himself in the shoes of people who have loved ones go missing. People of all ages go missing every day in this country. We need a better system to help locate our missing loved ones. A lot of emphasis is placed on missing children as it should be but we must also realize that finding missing adults is just as important after all they are someones child also. I will contact my Senator asking for support for Billy’s Law.

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