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Old 05-29-2013, 03:52 AM   #136
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were the supposed pics of Amy working in a brothel fake or not? one poster sais they were;I'm confused...
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I don't think the brothel pictures were ever definitely debunked. IIRC the pictures of a woman with tattoos on a beach were proved to be fakes set up by someone trying to scam the family.
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I don't think the brothel pictures were ever definitely debunked. IIRC the pictures of a woman with tattoos on a beach were proved to be fakes set up by someone trying to scam the family.
I've never seen the similarities that others have seen with the brothel pictures and Amy. The woman looks to be somewhat hispanic, IMO, and looks nothing like Amy.
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Old 06-02-2013, 02:53 PM   #139
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Have you guys watched Vanished with Beth Holloway? The episode on Amy Bradley was interesting, as two witnesses said they saw Amy after she disappeared. One was a woman who says she met Amy in a bathroom in a mall. "Amy" was crying inside the bathroom, while two men stood and waited for her outside.

The next witness, a man, claimed he saw "Amy" on a beach, and she look concerned. Suddenly two men came out of nowhere and dragged her with them. It's on the forbidden site.
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were the supposed pics of Amy working in a brothel fake or not? one poster sais they were;I'm confused...

I think you are mixed up.

The only alleged pictures of her were on a beach. They didn't show her face but tattoos matched. It was later learned it was a hoax in an attempt to fool the family into giving money to a scumbag fake investigator.

There was a US military member that thinks he met her in a brothel, but there was not any pictures.

EDIT: Of course theres the one from Dr Phil, but I am quite certain it is not her, FBI analyzed it, it wasn't really close
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I think the beach photos turned out to be a scam. The ones showed on the dr Phil show could have resembled her a little but I don't really feel like it was her but either way was hard to tell for sure.
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I think you are mixed up.

The only alleged pictures of her were on a beach. They didn't show her face but tattoos matched. It was later learned it was a hoax in an attempt to fool the family into giving money to a scumbag fake investigator.

There was a US military member that thinks he met her in a brothel, but there was not any pictures.

EDIT: Of course theres the one from Dr Phil, but I am quite certain it is not her, FBI analyzed it, it wasn't really close
The ones from Dr. Phil are the brothel pictures. And I'm pretty sure the FBI said they couldn't definitively say that the photos weren't Amy.
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The ones from Dr. Phil are the brothel pictures. And I'm pretty sure the FBI said they couldn't definitively say that the photos weren't Amy.
that's what I recall as well.It certainly does look like it could be her,imo.and that she was positioned to hide her tattoos.
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Posted my opinion regarding this book in another thread here: http://www.sitcomsonline.com/boards/...5&postcount=31
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An odd case indeed. Did she fall off the boat? was she kidnapped and taken off the boat? is she still alive? if not, did she die on the boat or when they left or was she pushed off the boat? i think she died, likely due to some sick guy who raped and killed her and either put her over the boat or he kidnapped her and killed her later.
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Those who follow Amy Bradley's case should be aware of a very disappointing activity involving Amy. An X-rated, romance novel has been written based on Amy's tragic kidnapping. Alana Albertson should be ashamed of herself for writing Invincible - The Trident Code. She has copied the tragic story of Amy Bradley, an American woman who was kidnapped from a Royal Caribbean cruise ship in Curacao, in 1998. She uses facts and details that have come directly from Amy's case. On her website, Ms. Albertson actually admitted that she repeatedly watched documentaries about Amy's disappearance, every week for years. The Bradley family is heartbroken that Amy's story has been turned into a trashy graphic romance novel were Amy is portrayed as a prostitute, heroin addict, and the mother of a child who was the result of a rape by her pimp. Please do not purchase this book and please do not allow Ms. Albertson to profit from Amy Bradley's tragic kidnapping. Amy's case remains an open investigation with the US Justice Department. Shame on Alana Albertson.
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This review seems to lay it all out.

Odd that most people decided to down-vote the review and ignore the central point, though.
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I can see the resemblance more now with the merged pics than i saw before. This case definitely needs to be solved.
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I'm not being flippant when I ask this, but what exactly would the purpose be to transport Amy from country to country, especially back to the United States? Wouldn't this be an extremely difficult thing to accomplish, considering she would need multiple fake passports, not to mention (on her return to the US) had a huge opportunity to scream she was kidnapped and she was Amy Bradley (at an airport full of TSA agents and the general public)? If the goal of these men was to abduct an American woman to be sold into a sex slave ring, what are the odds that Amy would be fully cooperative and never once try to escape? I get that she could have been drugged to get her off the boat, but eventually the drugs would have wore off and she could have become extremely frantic and been kicking, screaming, and clawing at her "captors" in an attempt to escape...doesn't this seem like an awful lot of trouble to go through? How would these people know they would be able to manipulate, and in effect, brainwash Amy into submission? Especially if these were the same men who tried coaxing her into going to a nightclub once the boat docked. She flat out rebuffed them. She doesn't seem like the type of woman who would be easily manipulated, let alone accept her fate in a slave ring without a fight. JMO of course, but I think the whole idea of her being sold into some sort of slave ring is rather silly.
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I'm not being flippant when I ask this, but what exactly would the purpose be to transport Amy from country to country, especially back to the United States? .
I've debated over whether or not I should bring this up because I honestly don't want to stir up a lot of drama. But I think you all should know that "Find Amy" claims to be an insider who is connected to the Bradley family (she has never said how she is connected to them specifically). At least, that is what she claimed over on Websleuths. They listed her as a Verified Insider. Find Amy claims that Amy was taken for some special purpose, but when pressed, she will not tell us what that purpose is. And most of our suggestions (prostitution, drug mule, child bearing) are shot down by her. Find Amy also left WS because she claimed that the men who took Amy were watching the board and trying to get to her. WS later shut the thread down completely for over a year when some of us began to doubt the claims of this "verified insider." (Because WS can't have anyone questioning their ways, you know ). Find Amy has also been banned from Justice Quest, but I do not know the reason behind that.

Personally I believed her and her supposed info at first, but now I have my doubts. I think she is someone who makes the rounds wherever this case is discussed to garner more attention for herself. I may be completely wrong about that, and I apologize if so, but I would caution you all to take the info she gives out with a grain of salt. I've come to doubt the convoluted theory that Amy was drugged, taken off the ship (maybe in a laundry cart), sold into prostitution, held and humiliated, and taken to several different countries. I think the real answer is probably much more simple than that.

I do think the guy called "Yellow" is suspicious. On WS, it has been theorized that maybe he drugged her when she went up ship to get coffee and she overdosed. Or maybe they struggled and he accidentally killed her and her body was either hidden on board or thrown overboard.

It has also been theorized that Amy left of her own accord. I'm starting to entertain that possibility in my mind (I was literally lying in bed thinking about this case last night).
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