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springtulip
01:42 PM on 12/22/2011
someone please tell me this is not the same person:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ayesha_Khan

"Ayesha Khan, also spelled Aisha Khan, is a Pakistani television actress."
02:35 PM on 12/22/2011
Probably
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midwestkel
I'm awesome!
02:55 PM on 12/22/2011
The missing girl is 19, this chick was born in 1982 so she would be 29.
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geddy lee is a god
Playlist: Phil Collins, R.E.M., and Fleetwood Mac
01:16 PM on 12/22/2011
Sorry, Khan family. This will not fall under the "move along, nothing to see here" category. Police man hours were wasted. Searches organized. Law enforcement officials have enough on their hands, and don't have the time nor resources to waste on some drama queen.

With the number of high profile cases of missing young women and children, it ticks me off to hear of stunts like this. If Aisha wanted to get away from everything for awhile, that's fine...but don't waste taxpayer dollars and community/police resources to do so.
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brokenangel143
Sometimes you have to think outside the box...
02:24 PM on 12/22/2011
I agree you 100% on your post. The family should be held finanically reponsible for all costs with regards to her disappearance. I knew from the beginning this abduction never happened. You call 911 first before you call anyone.
Just another example of ignorant people... IMO
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geddy lee is a god
Playlist: Phil Collins, R.E.M., and Fleetwood Mac
05:14 PM on 12/22/2011
I also think it's interesting that her family and friends wanted the public's help during the searches, but now want to play the "this is a private matter" card since she returned. Can't have it both ways. The public assisted in the search, the police and FBI got involved, and the public has the right to know why their tax dollars and search efforts were wasted.
06:02 PM on 12/22/2011
the family should be held 199% financially responsible for all costs and for there one way ticket to wherever they came from... lets get rid of these IMMIGRANTS, once and for all
01:07 PM on 12/22/2011
so where was she???? why did it take 2 days to call someone... wtf??
02:38 PM on 12/22/2011
Ignorance, she enjoyed the attention, she had issues, who knows, a lot of drama with those women.
01:04 PM on 12/22/2011
imagine that if you look at her facebook she wants to be an actor!
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brokenangel143
Sometimes you have to think outside the box...
02:32 PM on 12/22/2011
Maybe she thought by pulling a stunt like this would get her some attention. She's need to team up with the run away bride....
Her 15 minutes of fame just ran out and she'll only be remembered for all the lost time and effort people gave looking for her. Next time, they'll let the family worry about her, we have missing people that need our help.
Maybe the family can make excuese for her but the public is disgusted by her actions.
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justgrl03
01:02 PM on 12/22/2011
Typical, they never give the whole story. What happened to her? Why was she gone almost a week? Was she afraid of her parents? I hate it when you dont get details to a story. How are we supposed to care, if they never give details. Maybe they like it when so many make up stories to go with their imcomplete story.
12:44 PM on 12/22/2011
There is not a palm big enough in this world for me to describe this entire fiasco. Power of prayer, or the power of stupid?--but that is probably redundant, isn't it?