Kansas Senate passes cell phone bill inspired by Kelsey Smith case
Senators approved a bill Tuesday that would make it easier for law enforcement to track down a missing person through a wireless device.
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#1 Apr 3, 2009
Strange that Hall did not turn off her phone right as soon as he abducted her?
It is almost like he knew the phone was not an emedeate serious threat and maybe wanted the body found?
Strange how the case was being investigated as a kidnapping almost as soon as it happened?
Was the family expecting trouble?
A lot more to this case?
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