Cold Case: 10-year-old Amy Renee Mihaljevic was kidnapped and murdered 1989; Is there a going to be an arrest soon? Amy deserves justice!


Amy Renee Mihaljevic

If you know ANYTHING, no matter how insignificant you think it is, please call law enforcement. Amy was a child. She did not deserve this, nor did her loved ones who have had to live with this every single day since 1989. Please help if you can.

Find-A-Grave: Amy Renee Mihaljevic
Amy Renee Mihaljevic Unsolved homicide
FBI: Seeking Information (video)
City of Bay Village: Amy Mihaljevic
Who Killed Amy?
Who killed Amy Mihaljevic? The missing pieces, and a killer on the run
Amy Mihaljevic was kidnapped in 1989, and police are still searching for her killer
Possible suspect may have called Amy Mihaljevic prior to her disappearance in 1989
The Amy Mihaljevic Case: Investigators hold out hope that DNA advancements could soon help solve 1989 cold case
Court documents reveal startling new developments in Amy Mihaljevic murder investigation
Wikipedia: Murder of Amy Mihaljevic
Finding Amy’s killer: One man’s ‘compulsion’ brings him online
32 Years Later, New DNA Evidence Has Emerged In The Abduction And Murder Case Of Amy Mihaljevic

Books
Amy: My Search for Her Killer: Secrets and Suspects in the Unsolved Murder of Amy Mihaljevic

Movies/Documentaries
Lake Erie Murders: Who Killed Amy Mihaljevic? Part 1: Missing
Who Killed Amy Mihaljevic? Part 2: The Hunt

Podcasts
The Unsolved Murder of Amy Mihaljevic with James Renne‪r‬

One Response

  1. When I hear how relieved people are when some guy is charged with a reviled crime — ‘Did they catch him? They did? Well, that’s a relief!’ — I mentally hear the phrase, ‘We’ll give ’im a fair trial, then we’ll hang ’im.’

    And if I’d point out he may be the wrong guy who’s being railroaded, I could receive the erroneous refrain, ‘Well if he’s truly innocent, he has nothing to worry about.’

    It’s why I strongly feel the news-media should refrain from publishing the identity of people charged with a crime—especially one of a repugnant nature, for which they are jailed pending trial (as is typically done)—until at least after they’ve been convicted?

    Considering the flaws—even corruption—in the law-enforcement and justice systems, no one should have their name permanently tarnished and life potentially ruined because the news-media zealously insists upon immediately running a breaking story.

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