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By ananymous / Thursday 1 November 2012 03:04 / United States - Spencerport
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If the kid was "small", why weren't his/her parents with him?? Some adult/older sibling maybe? He was out trick or treating alone??? Leads me to believe....you're on something OP.

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It wouldn't be considered pre-meditated if the OP "accidentally" started a grease fire and pretended not to know the demon child was in there. Not that I've ever done anything like this...

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Arson is when someone intentionally sets something on fire. To avoid that charge, I said to "accidentally" start a grease fire. But yes, second degree manslaughter is much better than premeditated murder. The latter qualifies you for the death penalty(depending on the state).

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13, You have to wait 24 hours before you can report a missing person. There is no minimum time, however, for reporting that a costumed little fucker is hiding somewhere in your house.

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Actually, #69 is right. That whole "24 hour" thing you see in the movies....is just something in the movies. Use logic, we live in a day and age with the Amber Alert System. This is one of those times you should have called the police, they may have already been looking for the child.

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92 - Although 69 is right, you're partially wrong. It's not something you only see in the movies. It all depends on the age of the missing person. A child is to be reported right away, but when my sister ran away at 16 my parents called the police and they made us wait 24 hours to file a missing persons report.

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#92, you're partially wrong. Speaking as an officer who has handled missing person cases, it's not "all about the age of the missing person." Whether they are endangered, mentally or physically disabled, suicidal, habitual runaways, or numerous other things can be determining factors. In the state I'm employed anyone under 18 is a juvenile, and their parents can have them entered as missing without delay. However, my previous comment took into the assumption that we were talking about young children because thats what the original post was about (Amber Alert).

Option A) he was a ghost. B) he let himself out. C) hes hiding/sleeping in your house...... To be safe call your local pd and ask for help looking for him. That way you covered your own a$$.

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Option D- it's the little kid from paranormal activity 4. This is obviously the most likely answer and so we will all mourn for OP tonight or whenever it happens

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@50: Do you ever make a: reasonable, helpful, or funny comment? Everytime I see one of your comments it gets thumbed down to hell. Anyways, the kid probally got out of your house just as fast he got in.

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maybe he called the police before posting it on FML? how do you know? did you follow him all night long to see every move he made before and after posting this FML? people don't put their entire life stories up here, just a couple sentences. so quit assuming, because we all know what they say about assuming……

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