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Polly Hannah Klaas (January 3, 1981 – October 1, 1993) was an American murder victim whose case gained national attention. On October 1, 1993, at the age of twelve, she was kidnapped at knife point during a slumber party at her mother's home in Petaluma, California. She was later strangled. Richard Allen Davis was convicted of her murder in 1996 and sentenced to death.

Background.

On October 1, 1993, Polly Klaas and two friends were having a slumber party. Around 10:30pm, Richard Allen Davis entered their bedroom, carrying a knife. He tied both friends up, pulled pillowcases over their heads and told them to count to 1,000. He then kidnapped Klaas.

Over the next two months, about 4,000 people helped search for Klaas. TV shows such as 20/20 and America's Most Wanted covered the kidnapping. An APB (all-points bulletin) with the suspect's information was broadcast within 30 minutes of the kidnapping. The broadcast, however, only went out over Sonoma County Sheriff's Channel 1.

In a rural area of Santa Rosa, about 20 miles north of Petaluma, a babysitter on her way home noted a suspicious vehicle stuck in a ditch on her employer's private driveway. She phoned the property owner, who decided to leave with her daughter. As she drove down the long driveway to Pythian Road, the owner passed Davis. She called 911 when she got to a service station and two deputies were dispatched on the call. The deputies did not know of the kidnapping or the suspect's description, due to Sonoma Valley units being on Channel 3. The deputies ran Davis' driver's license and license plate number, but they came back with no wants or warrants. The deputies tried to convince the property owner to perform a citizen's arrest for trespassing. Under California law, a civilian may make an arrest for this type of misdemeanor. The property owner would have had to go to the car with the deputies and say "I arrest you." The deputies then would have taken Davis into custody. The property owner refused.

The deputies called for a tow truck to get Davis' car out of the ditch. They searched it thoroughly before the arrival of the tow truck and did not find evidence of anyone else in the car. The only possible violation was an open container of beer, but Davis was not driving at the time of the deputies' contact and mere possession of an open container was not illegal. Before Davis was allowed to leave, he was instructed to pour out the beer and the deputies filled out an FI (Field Interrogation) card with his information and the FI card was filed.

On November 28, 1993, the property owner was inspecting her property after loggers had partially cleared the property of trees. She discovered items that made her think they might have matched those used in the kidnapping. She called the sheriff's department to report her discovery, and deputies and crime scene investigators were dispatched. One of the items found, a torn pair of ballet leggings, was matched by the FBI Crime Laboratory to the other part of the leggings that were taken as evidence on the night of the kidnapping. A review of calls in the area the day of the kidnapping turned up the contact with Davis, who had only been identified because both deputies had filled out and filed the FI card. Once the identity of Davis was revealed, his palm print at the scene of the kidnapping was also traced to him. Authorities had been unable to match the partial print earlier due to the poor quality of the print left.

The Sonoma County Sheriff's Department, in cooperation with Petaluma Police and the FBI, launched a search of the property and the Pythian Road area during a heavy rainstorm. The first two days of the search were kept as low-key as possible, since Davis was under surveillance at an Indian rancheria near Ukiah, California. When nothing was found during the initial search and the surveillance of Davis also produced no results, the decision was made to arrest him for the kidnapping of Klaas.

While Davis was being interrogated by Petaluma PD and the FBI, a massive search was launched on Friday, December 3. The Sonoma County Sheriff's Department was assisted by over 500 search team members from 24 agencies, coming from as far away as Kern County, California and Washoe County, Nevada. The mutual aid effort was coordinated by the California State Office of Emergency Services (now known as the California Governor's Office of Emergency Services), FBI Crime Scene teams and numerous other state and federal agencies. The search remains today as one of the largest ever conducted in California. The search continued through Saturday, December 4. The search effort produced other items of evidence, but did not produce any evidence of human remains. The search was planned to continue on Sunday, December 5, but on the evening of December 4, Davis confessed to kidnapping and murdering Klaas and led investigators to her body. He had buried her in a shallow grave just off Highway 101, about a mile south of the city limits of Cloverdale, California. The grave site is about 20 air miles and about 30 road miles from the search site.

Although Davis admitted to strangling Klaas to death, he refused to give investigators a timeline of the events from October 1. Investigators thought he was fearful that both people who passed him would call the sheriff's department. It is believed that he killed her before the arrival of deputies and hid her body in the thick brush on the hillside above where his car was stuck. He then waited for an undetermined period of time after being escorted back to Highway 12, about 1.5 miles from where his car was stuck and drove back up to retrieve her body. He was reportedly out of breath, sweating profusely (despite being a cool night) and had twigs and leaves in his hair when contacted by deputies. It is also believed that he had chosen the grave site in advance, since it would not have been discovered by a casual observer. The gravesite area would be directly visible from Highway 101, but not the grave itself. He had to drive from the Indian Rancheria in Ukiah once a week to meet with his parole officer and he would have seen any police activity in the area.

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Polly Hannah Klaas (1981. január 3. - 1993. október 1.) amerikai lány gyilkosság áldozat lett, akinek az ügye nemzeti figyelmet szentelt. 1993. október 1-jén, tizenkét évesen, elrabolták

Polly Klass Alapitvány:

A Polly Klaas Alapítvány egy 501 (c) (3) közhasznú jótékonysági szervezet, amely a gyermekekkel szembeni bűncselekmények megakadályozására, a hiányzó gyermekek visszaszerzésében és a jogalkotási segítségnyújtás érdekében foglalkozik. Az alapítvány 1993. október 23-án alakult Polly Klaas keresésére Vezérigazgatója Robert De Leo. [ Bővítette küldetését, és most sok eltűnt gyermeket keres.

A Polly Klaas Alapítvány a szülők számára is készít készleteket az emberrablás megelőzésének tanítására, oly módon, hogy a gyerekek ne féljenek.  Ezeket a készletek több mint 100 000 darabot forgalmaz évente. 

A Polly Klaas Alapítvány együtt dolgozott a Convio-val , hogy célzott leveleket küldjön az állami és szövetségi tisztviselőknek, hogy az Amber Alerts- t minden 50 államban végrehajtsák.

Marc Klaas, Polly apja, nem kapcsolódik ehhez az alaphoz. Polly édesanyja, Eve Nichol is szolgál a táblán.

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The Polly Klaas Foundation is a 501(c)(3) public charity organization devoted to preventing crimes against children, assisting in the recovery of missing children, and lobbying for legislative assistance. The foundation was formed October 23, 1993 to search for Polly Klaas. Its executive director is Robert De Leo. It has expanded its mission and now searches for many missing children.

The Polly Klaas Foundation also provides kits for parents to teach abduction prevention in a way that they state is not scary for kids. It distributes over 100,000 of these kits per year.

The Polly Klaas Foundation worked with Convio to send targeted letters to state and federal officials to implement Amber Alerts in all 50 states.

Marc Klaas, Polly's father, is not associated with this foundation. However, Polly's mother, Eve Nichol, serves on the board.
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Tagja vagyok Magyarország legnagyok verses oldalának közösségének, így megjelent egy versem, ami a mosolygós lányról szól. Igy közlöm.

A cime: Álmodott világ

Képzelt világot álmodtam magamnak,
mert hittem mások szép szavainak.
Vele egy álom, a híres amerikai,
szeretnék a világ szeretetében hinni.

Valami történt, egy októberi napon
véget ért egy csodás amerikai álom.
Igen, álom, amely csak tizenkét évig tartott,
mert bántották Polly Hannah Klaasot.
Mosolygós lány volt, de most már nem teheti,
vajon emlékeznek-e rá a barátai?

Tudd! Emlékedet nem felejtjük el soha,
emlékezni fogunk a csodás mosolyodra.
Kedves Hannah! Elérkezett a nap,
sokan érted imát mondjanak.

1993. október 1., Polly Hannah Klaas emlékére.




 

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