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Richard Lee "Cody" Haynes (Jr.) has been missing from his home in Kittitas, Washington since September, 2004. At that time he was 11 years old. Cody was born on April 16th 1993 and vanished on September 12th, 2004. Cody was between 5’0’” and 5’1” tall and weighed approximately 90 pounds at the time of his disappearance. He is a Caucasian male with brown hair and hazel eyes and answers to his nickname “Cody”. He has a round birthmark on his inner right thigh.

 Did our child protective services division fail this young man, his siblings and all others who love him while siding with “one of their own”? You tell us what you think about this case and how it has been handled. If you are not angry at the atrocities occurring daily already, see how you feel after this explosive show detailing the life and disappearance of a bright, funny and fun loving young man who seemingly vanished off the face of the earth in the middle of the night, while in the care of his father and the fathers then girlfriend. As a parent, what would you do if your child vanished into thin air? Find out what one mother has been doing to get justice for her son and what one father has done since his son vanished. Folks, you will not want to miss this show. This show will be heart wrenching and viewer discretion is advised. This show may have graphic content not intended for children. Please join us and show the loved ones of Cody Haynes some support. If you have any information concerning this case, please contact: Kittitas Police Department at 509-925-8534, National Center for Missing & Exploited Children 1-800-843-5678 (1-800-THE-LOST), Cody's website: www.justiceforCody.org

 

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