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Mirvat Elnady Wanted by the FBI for kidnapping her two children

MIRVAT SAFWAT ELNADY (Abductor) – Photo taken in 2007, two years before she abducted her two children.

Date(s) of Birth Used: February 23, 1970 Hair: Brown
Place of Birth: Kuwait Eyes: Black
Height: 5’3″ Weight: approximately 100 pounds
Weight: 100 pounds Sex: Female
Race: Caucasian


Date of Birth: February 24, 2001
Place of Birth: London, England
Height: 4’10” (at the time of his disappearance)
Weight: 80 pounds (at the time of his disappearance)
Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
Sex: Male Race: Caucasian
Relation: Non-Custodial child
Other: Noor has a white birthmark on the back of his left leg. He has a light to medium complexion.


Date of Birth: January 16, 2003
Place of Birth: London, England
Height: 4’1″ Weight: 60 pounds (prior)
Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
Sex: Male Race: Caucasian
Relation: Non-Custodial Child
Other: Ramsay has a burn scar on the top of his left thigh. He has a light to medium complexion.

Mirvat Safwat Elnady is wanted by the Federal Bureau of Investigations for the kidnapping her two children from Newton, Massachusetts (USA) — She is divorced from the father of the boys, who had sole legal custody of them.

On August 11, 2009, in the middle of a scheduled weekly visitation, Elnady traveled to Egypt with her two sons, Noor Bower and Ramsay Bower. When she failed to return the children an arrest warrant was issued on August 19, 2009 by Newton District Court and she was charged with two counts of kidnapping of a minor. Elnady was charged with international parental kidnapping and a federal arrest warrant was issued in the United States District Court, Boston, Massachusetts, on December 1, 2009.

Elnady is believed to have travelled to Egypt.

Elnady has used multiple aliases which include:

Abedelmoney Elnady
Miruat Safwatelnady
Miruat Safwatelnady Abdelmoneh Elnady
Mirvat S. Elnady-Bower
Mirvat S. Elnady
Mirvat El-Nady Bower
Mirvat El-Nady Abdelmoneh
Mirual Safwatelnady Abdelmoneh

Click here for an article published in 2011 by the Boston Herald regarding this case.

For more information on parental abduction and what actions should be taken if you’ve found yourself in this situation, please visit Parental Abduction Recovery Site

Click FBI’s Most Wanted Parental Kidnappers to view other cases.

If you have any information concerning this person, please contact: Federal Bureau of Investigation (Massachusetts) 1-617-742-5533 and/or your local FBI office or the nearest American Embassy or Consulate. Or submit a tip by clicking here.

Kate And Jerry – Impact Statement Regarding Missing Daughter

Kate & Jerry McCann - Impact State Regarding Daughters Disappearance

Madeleine McCann (3) Has Been Missing Since May 3rd, 2007 while

For Infomation on the Disappearance Of Madeleine McCann, Click the link provided:


Kate & Jerry McCann Impact Statement:

Sadly, there is still no law enforcement agency in the world proactively looking for our daughter. She was abducted in Praia Da Luz, Potugal on May 3, 2007. This month marks our fourth Christmas without Madeleine. We hope with all our hearts that wherever she is, she is safe and well and whoever may be with her is treating her with the love and respect she so deserves.

We would like to thank all our supporters for ‘staying at our side’ in spite of the injustices that we continue to be subjected to. Madeleine is the person who suffers most from all of this injustice. It is this fact alone which causes us the most distress. It is absolutely heart-breaking.

The Wikileaks ‘news’ this week has led to the repetition of many unfounded allegations and smears both in the UK and in Portugal in particular. This has been seized on as an opportunity by those who wish to compound our suffering and hamper our efforts, including the very person who was entrusted with finding our daughter. Those who could help Madeleine but choose to do nothing are also complicit in this injustice. Without the love and help from so many good people around the world we would not be able to find the strength to continue the fight to find our daughter.

Thank you to all those who have signed our petition calling on the UK and Portuguese Governments to conduct an independent review of Madeleine’s case. The petition is still on-going. If you haven’t signed and would like to further the search for Madeleine, please sign our on-line petition or sign a paper petition form. The latter can be downloaded from the website and distributed to shops, post-offices etc. and returned to us. Along with our family, we would like to thank everyone who has sent us Christmas cards, letters, donations and gifts at this difficult time of year. It is impossible to find enough positive words to describe such kindness or the hugely important and heart-warming effect it has on us. Without any doubt, it helps us immensely and we are incredibly grateful.

We wish you all a merry Christmas and a very happy, healthy and positive 2011. Please remember to spare a thought and a prayer for all the children who will not be with their families this Christmas.

Thank you.

Kate and Gerry


The Petition Can be Signed Here: That petition can be found here


Body Of Tia Sharp Identified By Dental Records Because Of Decomposition (UK)

PUBLISHED: 06:43 EST, 16 August 2012
UPDATED: 09:06 EST, 16 August 2012
By: DailyMail (Link Below)

  • A post  mortem this afternoon has failed to establish how Tia Sharp  died
  • Further  tests are now ongoing
  • Tia’s  grandmother’s partner Stuart Hazell appeared at the Old Bailey via video link  charged with her murder yesterday
  • The  12-year-old’s body will be released for her funeral when this week’s medical  tests are completed

The body of missing  schoolgirl Tia Sharp was so badly decomposed police identified her from her  dental records. Detectives struggled to  formally identify the 12-year-old after they discovered her in the sweltering  loft of her grandmother’s home.

The details emerged as  an inquest opened into her death at Croydon Coroner’s Court in South London this  morning.

Police have said a post  moretem, completed this afternoon, failed to establish a cause  of death, more  than six days after she was found.

More tests are now  ongoing to determine how the young girl died.

Coroner Dr Roy Palmer  adjourned any further inquiries until the criminal case concludes after a five  minute hearing. He said he would release  Tia’s body as soon as this week’s medical tests are completed, However this could be  delayed if Stuart Hazell, her grandmother’s lover, requests a second post mortem  as part of his defence.

A police spokesman said:  ‘A full post-mortem at Croydon Mortuary has concluded. ‘It did not establish a  formal cause of death and we await the results of further  tests.’

The suspect appeared at  the Old Bailey yesterday via video link from Belmarsh Prison accused of her  murder.

Dr Palmer said: ‘I  understand that the body of a young woman was found at an address in New  Addington. ‘I understand that it  can now be confirmed that the body has been positively identified and the body  is that of Tia Sharp.

Det Sgt Eric Sword, who  is part of the murder team, confirmed that following ‘tests’ Tia had been  identified. He said: ‘The  examination in relation to the cause of death remains ongoing, it remains  under investigation.’

Police suspect Tia was  smothered to death before her body was wrapped in a black bed sheet, put in a  bin bag and dumped in the loft. Her disappearance  triggered a huge search operation involving more than 100 police officers and  many more volunteers.

She was eventually found  at the small terraced council home of her grandmother, Christine Sharp, 46, in  New Addington, near Croydon.

Suspect: Stuart Hazell, the last man to see Tia Sharp alive, is accused of her murder

Suspect Pictured: The partner of Tia Sharp’s grandmother Stuart Hazell.

Scotland Yard admitted  that her body was missed during an earlier search due to ‘human error’ and  apologised to her mother Natalie, 31. A senior officer  suggested it may have been moved before a dog trained to detect blood and  decomposition eventually raised the alarm.

Hazell is the last  person said to have seen Tia alive and claimed she had gone to Croydon to buy  flip-flops without her Oyster card or mobile phone promising to be home by 6pm  on August 3.

Police trawled through  more than 800 hours of CCTV footage and investigated 60 reported sightings and  more than 300 calls cops but find no trace of her leaving estate.

Police only discovered  Tia’s body after  several visits to the terraced property, and have apologised  to her  mother, Natalie Sharp, for the delay. Mrs Sharp, who was  arrested on suspicion of murder, and her neighbour, Paul Meehan, 39, who was  arrested on suspicion of assisting an offender, have been released on bail until  October.

Neighbours have warned  that neither may be able to return home because of the angry mood on the  estate. A serious case review has been launched into Tia’s death by Merton  Council, which has responsibility for Mitcham, south London, where Tia lived  with her mother.