Each day we see a new report on a missing child, some come home as fast as they are missing and some God Bless them never make it home. I saw a article where a 13 year old was missing and they found her dead. I never saw a missing report on this little girl and thought there are a lot of missing children that they find dead that we never hear about. Why? This 13 year old was in Foster care, so does that mean her story is less important than one who wasn't?
Did you all know that the day Natalie Holloway came up missing another little girl came up missing and she only got a small piece of news coverage when they found her body? What made her story any different than Natalie's? Is it because Natalie was on Vacation in a another country? Is it race? What makes most stories get the most attention over others?
What are your thoughts on why some children get the full media's attention while others get a small corner of the paper?