Cleveland, Ohio: Home of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, the birthplace of Superman, and the best place to eat a Polish Boy sandwich.
And also the place where an alarming number of children go missing, apparently, although this gruesome fact has been mostly ignored by the mainstream media.
In September alone, 50 schoolchildren were reported missing in Cleveland, and “they’ve had over 1,000 missing so far this year,” Hilary Kennedy tells Pat Gray.
She then plays a clip detailing the case of one particular missing child, a 15-year-old boy named Keshaun Williams who disappeared in June this year on his way home from a house party. He called his mother and told her he was coming home, but he never made it back. His phone was tracked to a nearby park, but it was turned off and the SIM card was missing. His family hasn’t seen or heard from him since.
“This is just, again, one of over a thousand kids that have gone missing,” says Hilary.
Although Cleveland PD claims that the majority of missing children are runaways, these kids are still “not immune to the dangers of society, including gang activity, drugs, prostitution, and perhaps … human trafficking.”
The issue is so severe that “an entire organization…