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How did 16 year old honor roll student Annie McCann die. Her parents have been agonizing over that heart wrenching question for too long. ZOPICLONE samples, Definitive answers have been few but these determined parents refuse to give up asking.

On October 31, 2008 Annie left a note in her bedroom which mentioned suicide but she had also added the hope-filled line, low dose ZOPICLONE, “But I realized I can start over instead. Australia, uk, us, usa, . , BUY ZOPICLONE NO PRESCRIPTION. . If you really love me, buy ZOPICLONE from canada, you'll let me go." Then, ZOPICLONE natural, she inexplicably ran away, taking $1,000 in cash, ZOPICLONE reviews, jewelry and the family Volvo. Where can i buy cheapest ZOPICLONE online, It was a shock to Dan and Mary Jane McCann whose daughter was a devout Catholic, quiet and studious – a child who had never given them any trouble.

Two excruciating days later the McCann’s got a phone call informing them Annie’s body had been found at a housing project in Baltimore, ZOPICLONE mg, Maryland about seventy miles from their home. BUY ZOPICLONE NO PRESCRIPTION, They were dumbfounded. Online ZOPICLONE without a prescription, [caption id="attachment_5256" align="alignright" width="150" caption="Dan and Mary Jane McCann courtesy: Baltimore Sun"][/caption]

The Maryland medical examiner ultimately declared Annie’s death was due to Lidocaine poisoning and concluded she had ingested the bottle of Bactine she carried to treat her newly pierced ears. The company that makes Bactine, along with a well-known medical examiner, online buying ZOPICLONE, Dr. Purchase ZOPICLONE online, Michael Baden, would both later declare that drinking one bottle would never be fatal.

After reviewing the autopsy and other reports prominent psychiatrist Dr, ZOPICLONE no prescription. Keith Ablow concluded, “It strains the imagination … to believe that a person intent on dying would choose this obscure and extremely uncertain method of attempting to take her life.”

While the official cause of Annie’s death is still listed as “undetermined” Baltimore P.D, BUY ZOPICLONE NO PRESCRIPTION. spokesman Anthony Guglielmi told me this week, ZOPICLONE from mexico, “Police believe it was a suicide.” Translated: While the case is listed as “pending” it might as well be closed.

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The McCann’s hired a private detective to figure out how Annie – who always had a lousy sense of direction and hadn’t been driving that long – got all the way to Baltimore, my ZOPICLONE experience. P.I. BUY ZOPICLONE NO PRESCRIPTION, Jimmy Kontsis followed the lead of a fingerprint found on the window of the McCann’s recovered car. ZOPICLONE duration, That led to a group of local teens who admitted one of their group, a kid named D.J., had stolen the McCann’s car, herbal ZOPICLONE. But each of them insisted Annie was already dead in the back seat so they tossed her body and took a joyride. ZOPICLONE pharmacy, Police said they could find no evidence to charge them in Annie’s death and auto theft charges were never pursued either.

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[caption id="attachment_5261" align="alignright" width="105" caption="Hispanic Woman Seen With Annie Before Death"][/caption]

Kontsis canvassed people at spots where Annie had been – her church, Buy cheap ZOPICLONE no rx, a Virginia Costco, even a pastry shop in the Little Italy section of Baltimore. He discovered a consistent description of an older, ZOPICLONE street price, apparently homeless Hispanic woman seen speaking with Annie at all three locations. A sketch of the mystery woman (who claimed to be from Honduras and was seeking immigration information) brought in no helpful information, BUY ZOPICLONE NO PRESCRIPTION. After ZOPICLONE, [caption id="attachment_5260" align="alignleft" width="61" caption="Kinlaw, More than Auto Thief?"][/caption]

And then, last November the teenager known as D.J, where to buy ZOPICLONE. – real name Darnell Kinlaw, Cheap ZOPICLONE no rx, now 21, -- was arrested in Baltimore for murdering a woman and stealing her car. It was revealed that Kinlaw’s extensive police record lists eight charges of auto theft, ZOPICLONE photos. Annie’s parents figured it was the perfect time to get more information from Kinlaw about the day their daughter died. BUY ZOPICLONE NO PRESCRIPTION, The McCanns travelled to meet Baltimore police and while they were treated politely they feel they have been lied to and ignored. ZOPICLONE from canada, Police say they are sympathetic but maintain they’ve already conducted a thorough investigation.

Look, maybe Annie McCann did manage to get a stash of Lidocaine and poisoned herself, ZOPICLONE steet value. But, that seems unlikely and after researching this case and counting up the loose ends – the odd trip to Baltimore, the missing money, the mystery woman and Kinlaw’s past - I can’t help but feel that in the absence of concrete evidence Annie’s half-used Bactine bottle gave police a convenient reason for her death. Easier to declare it a suicide and move on.

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Left in the wake of that decision are Dan and Mary Jane McCann who cannot find peace, BUY ZOPICLONE NO PRESCRIPTION. They still wonder why they never got Annie’s clothes back and why no one will tell them whether she had been raped the day she died.

The sad fact is there are countless families mourning the loss of their murdered children every day in America. They are Black, Hispanic, Asian and, in the case of Annie McCann – White. Their tears are all the same color.

In the end, it really isn’t race or ethnic background that matters when a child is murdered. It is the feeling families often get that no one cares enough to find the truth – that there will be no justice – that hurts so much.

Maybe our overburdened, understaffed police departments can find some way to work on making families feel more included in the heart-breaking process of homicide investigation.

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Diane Dimond April 16, 2012 at 10:52 am

ABQ Journal Reader Joan writes:

“I always enjoy your articles but the one today about this poor family who is seeking answers in their daughter’s death really struck a chord with me. You see, after NM Survivors of Homicide, Inc. closed its doors, there has not been a support group in NM that has served victims of murder; until now. As of the first of 2012, a new support program has started out of NIA/NM, a non-profit that has investigated cold cases which was started with the Kaitlyn Arquette case way back in the 1980′s. Pat Caristo and I have started a new group that will support families who have experienced a murder, victims of attempted murder, undetermined deaths that could be murder, and suicides where things all point to murder. So, you see, I was very intuned with your article today.

At this point, we are still seeking a 501c3 status and due to funding restraints, for now, we are only able to provide direct services in Bernalillo, Valencia, and Sandoval Counties with hopes to extend services statewide. Statewide at this point would be by telephone or email, but we will do our best to help in any way that we can. I am the victim advocate for this new program and Pat, who is a licensed PI and ex-law enforcement officer, is the executive director; although she is the primary contact by phone to our office. Pat will refer folks to me for advocacy. Victims of violent death are such an underserved population and we feel that it is the right time to provide this new positive program.

Just in case you don’t remember who I am, I am Kevin Shirley’s mom; one of the boys killed in the east mountain triple murders. I had been working with French in their aftercare program until 2010 when they discontinued that service to their families; I was sad to see it end. However, I am very excited about starting this new group and getting back into my love of helping homicide survivors.

So, if this family is not getting some type of direct services, I would be happy to work with them by phone or by email. I know in that 7.5 yrs while we waited for an arrest, it was so difficult, and the only thing that really got us through that time was The Compassionate Friends ( a nationwide support system for parents who have lost a child) and NM Survivors of Homicide; the people in these groups who kept teaching us new coping skills to survive. I do know how difficult the unknowing is of why your child was taken from you and sadly, how it feels to go to court and see that person go free. So, as you write articles, if you feel okay about referring families that fit into our mission to our agency; we are here to assist whereever we might be helpful.
Thanks for all that you do for victims.”

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Shari Greer April 16, 2012 at 1:35 pm

The unanswered questions in this story would haunt me as a parent.
How, why, what? These parents will never be able to rest until these questions are answered. Even if she did commit suicide as suggested, there are still lots of questions and the family is, at the very least, DUE to recieve these answers. 16 Years ago today, my father took his life.. and every April 16th I think about what made him do this… there were reasons, there was cause, but he had lived a long life, and this child was just beginning. The family needs and derserves their daughters death to be investigated thoroughly. They deserve that… they need to heal.

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Bob Jugan April 16, 2012 at 3:11 pm

There are way too many unanswered questions here and most of all a young girl was probably murdered and this case needs to be open until the truth comes out.

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Alison Stevens April 16, 2012 at 3:53 pm

Annie McCann was a friend of mine, and since her death I have become very close to her family as well, particularly Mrs. McCann. Annie was an incredibly kind, talented, beautiful, and just all around GOOD person. The McCanns are some of the most wonderful people I have ever met. The suffering that they have had to go through is inexcusable. Not only did they lose Annie, their daughter/sister, but they were then shut down and put off by the very people who should have been helping and supporting them in their search for justice and closure (the Baltimore Police). I can tell you this, Annie did not kill herself. Thank you so much for writing this and helping us keep Annie’s story alive so that one day we may find justice for her and closure for her family.

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Tracey Howcroftsummer April 16, 2012 at 6:53 pm

There are far too many loose ends and unanswered questions for the police to just shelve Annie’s case. If this really is the first ever report of suicide by Lidocaine, doesn’t it warrant a closer look ? Annie’s parents deserve at least that.

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Samuel B April 16, 2012 at 7:00 pm

What more does this family have to do to obtain justice for their daughter ? The so called facts are bizarre to say the least. Surely not even the police really believe that Annie chose to die by drinking half a bottle of Lidocaine ? And that she chose to drive to Baltimore to do it ? There are so many outstanding questions, what harm would it do to try to find the answers ?

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John McCann April 16, 2012 at 7:54 pm

As Dan and Mary Jane’s cousin, I can testify that finding answers to Annie’s death has become their life’s work. While no one ever recovers from the loss of a child, having to carry on an investigation on your own because people in authority have decided its not worth their time is adding misery to misery. Annie is gone from this earth, but her parents are fighting for her every day. They fight for all of us, because Annie is the child of all of us. Don’t let them fight alone. This story is getting the national attention it deserves. Join Dan and Mary Jane’s fight for answers. When the question is asked — who speaks for Annie? — let the answer be: all of us.

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jeff hughes April 16, 2012 at 10:05 pm

ya, she got killed….

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Alice April 17, 2012 at 5:06 am

Nothing about this case seems to make sense. The police have put this off for too long and after almost 4 years her family deserves answers that add up.

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Stephen David April 17, 2012 at 10:30 am

A horrifying story of ineptitude and cover-up by the Baltimore Police Department. When will some truthful answers be given to Annie’s family?

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Ali B April 17, 2012 at 12:37 pm

No family should have to go through what the McCanns have endured. We cannot bring Annie back but we can find out why she died. This story will not go away and it is in all our interests to do the decent thing and give Annie some justice and her family some peace.

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Paula Harmata April 17, 2012 at 3:02 pm

Annie’s Mom, Mary Jane is my best friend. The love that she and her husband Dan bring to their home is the perfect kind of love you would imagine that parents would give their kids. It is very apparent that the police just did their job by checking off a box “suicide” and closed the case.. but it does not add up… she brought her $1000 she saved from birthday money and babysitting, her two photo albums of her beloved dog (and oh how could she leave behind her dog) and good clothes and a just because their was the word “suicide” the police dug no further. They never even questioned Kinlaw (the boy who is now on trail this Thursday for killing another girl) who was in Annie’s car when her body was dead. How is this Justice for Annie, how is this justice for our system?. Shame Shame on the Baltimore Police. Annie’s case needs to be reopened, there are too many unanswered questions and more boxes to check besides suicide

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Pat Houlihan April 17, 2012 at 10:56 pm

Something doesn’t add up here. Could be a police cover-up or something. There was a case in Baltimore last month where another young girl was killed, and her body was dumped in the trash. Turns out the gun used to kill her was found stashed in a Baltimore cop’s car.
Check it out:
http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/breaking/bs-md-ci-turnage-child-shooting-20120307,0,5753475.story

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Pam April 18, 2012 at 6:29 am

I agree with too many unanswered questions!!!! The facts don’t add up!

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Tracey Howcroftsummer April 18, 2012 at 12:48 pm

Are the Baltimore police really maintaining that joyriding Annie’s car and dumping her body are not criminal offences . If not, why not ?

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Samuel B April 18, 2012 at 12:54 pm

If the manufacturers of Bactine and leading pathologist say that drinking a bottle of it would not kill, why are the police so sure that this is how Annie died ? If mistakes have been made, admit them and do the right thing now. Give this decent, grieving family the answers they deserve.

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Pat P. April 18, 2012 at 3:50 pm

The McCann’s are our best friends. Annie and my daughter grew up together from the time they were toddlers and were best friends. There is no way anyone could convince us that Annie’s death was from suicide. Baltimore police found a convenient excuse to close this case so it would be one less case to work on and now to cover up their mistakes. Yes, shame, shame on them. There are too many things that don’t add up and many errors were made such as things being lost. These boys who say they only stole the car and dumped her already dead body received no punishment. Why? One of them is now charged with murder of a woman. This case needs to be reopened and questions answered. People should be outraged by the way the Baltimore police handled this case, I know I am. My friends suffer every hour of the day. They need answers. We all need answers. We need to know our justice system works and that there will be Justice for Annie.

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Diane Dimond April 19, 2012 at 3:50 pm

Huffington Post Reader CDinDC writes:

“While my heart breaks for the McCann family, I also am horrified by the refusal of the Baltimore police to continue their investigation. Scientific fact should outweigh the desire to call a case “closed,” Could the life of Darnell Kinlaw’s latest victim have been spared?”

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Diane Dimond April 19, 2012 at 3:51 pm

Huffington Post reader Stephen Broughton writes:

““Far too many unanswered questions here. And a police department that is either uninterested or interested only in covering up its own failures and ineptitude. And worse – not being able to tell Annie’s parents where her vital organs might be. Horrendous story.”

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Diane Dimond April 19, 2012 at 3:53 pm

Huffington Post Reader Samuel B writes:

“What more does this family have to do to obtain justice for their daughter? The so called facts are bizarre to say the least. Surely not even the police believe that Annie chose to die by drinking half a bottle of lidocaine ? And that she chose to drive to Baltimore to do it? There are so many outstanding questions, what harm would it do to try to find the answers ?”

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Diane Dimond April 19, 2012 at 3:54 pm

Huffington Post Reader Rachel Hunter Himes writes:

“As a former classmate and friend of Annie, I am grateful that her story is finally getting the coverage it deserves. The search for justice should be unrelenting. My heart goes out to her family and her friends.”

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Diane Dimond April 19, 2012 at 3:54 pm

Huffington Post Reader Burke Neil writes:

“I went to high school with Annie McCann, and we went to the same church. Even back in high school this struck us hard. It wasn’t really a matter of vindication or anger at anyone, or conspiratorial who-hid-what. The overwhelming feeling I and my friends had at the time was just an inconclusive emptiness, I am not really concerned with how, or who, the answers come out, we just want some answers, and some closure.”

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Diane Dimond April 19, 2012 at 3:55 pm

Huffington Post Reader Emily Marie writes:

“Annie was a smart, creative, kind, compassionate, and an all around beautiful person. She deserved more than what Baltimore Police had to offer this investigation.”

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Diane Dimond April 19, 2012 at 3:56 pm

Huffington Post Reader Daniel Woolridge writes:

“With all of these signs pointing to anything but suicide, how is it that not a single person in Baltimore PD has chosen to even give this case as much as another viewing? Everything that Baltimore PD has said about the cause of death, means, etc. has been refuted by people that know far more about it than any policeman can. I cannot imagine this kind of effort being given to the mysterious death of one of my family members and can only hope that the Baltimore PD will do the right thing, even if it doesn’t bring great news.”

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Diane Dimond April 19, 2012 at 3:56 pm

Huffington Post Reader Tracy Howcroft writes:

“If Annie’s is the first reported case of suicide through lidocaine, surely it deserves a second look ? These explanations do not add up and Annie’s story will not just go away however much the police department stone wall.”

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Diane Dimond April 19, 2012 at 3:57 pm

Huffington Post Reader GFlink writes:

“From the beginning this case has been riddled with speculation and sloppy police work. It needs to be reopened by the Baltimore Police Department! Obviously there are unanswered questions, clues that do not add up, leads that were never followed through on. Give the McCanns the chance to exhaust all possibilities of why their beautiful 16 year old daughter Annie left them in such a mysterious way. Give them the peace and closure they deserve.”

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Diane Dimond April 19, 2012 at 3:58 pm

Huffington Post Reader Kelly Hauck writes:

“Baltimore Police…shame on you. Look closer. And…Medical Examiner – how do you lose a young girl’s organs? Everybody should speak out, it could be your loved one.”

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Diane Dimond April 19, 2012 at 3:58 pm

Huffington Post Reader Chaka Smith writes:

“As another former classmate of Annie it breaks my heart to continue to hear about the struggle her family has to go through ever since that tragic day. It’s not fair for them to be treated and ignored for what the Baltimore police refuses to do. The evidence IS out there. The whole background just doesn’t sound right at all just to conclude that she committed suicide. No family deserves this at all, to not only lose their child but in all to not even know what happened in the first place. You have and will always be in my prayers Annie and for her family as well.”

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Diane Dimond April 19, 2012 at 3:59 pm

WhatDreamsMayCome writes:

“Annie McCann was a friend of mine, and since her death I have become close to her family as well, particularly Mrs. McCann. Annie was an incredibly kind, talented, beautiful, and just all around GOOD person. The McCanns are some of the most wonderful people I have ever met. The suffering that they have had to go through is inexcusable. Not only did they lose Annie, their daughter/sister, but they were then shut down and put off by the very people who should have been helping and supporting them in their search for justice and closure (the Baltimore Police). When the police theory makes absolutely no medical sense and excludes a majority of the facts of the case (the ones that inconveniently don’t add up to their chosen conclusion), EVERYONE should be outraged and calling for a re-examination of the case. We will not give up, and will keep Annie’s story alive so that one day we may find justice for her and closure for her family.”

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Diane Dimond April 19, 2012 at 4:00 pm

Huffington Post Reader Redwan A. Anwar writes:

“Annie was a very good friend of mine, and her family are suffering enough. This case is not closed until we find out what really happened.”

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Diane Dimond April 19, 2012 at 4:00 pm

Huffington Post Reader Lauren Floyd writes:

“I think about Annie all the time, and I still can’t believe that her friends and family still don’t have answers regarding her death. It seems like the police department is just being lazy when they should be actually doing their jobs and trying to find justice for her and the people who knew her.”

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Diane Dimond April 19, 2012 at 4:01 pm

Huffington Post Reader PatteeDeeDee writes:

“Thank you Diane Dimond for this story, a story that needs to be told. Hopefully this will help with Justice for Annie.”

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candice April 27, 2012 at 3:53 pm

The person that admitted to driving the car and tossing her out (which by the way, is a cruel way of putting that

.) He and the others needed to be questioned. The first being was they with her when she died? How did she get in the back seat? Why didn’t they call police? The list goes on.but in any case the police did not do their job and because of the note left behind only helped them with leaving it as a suicide.

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Summer September 16, 2012 at 12:26 pm

This story really sucks, it pisses me off to no end and i didn’t even know this poor girl. From the sound of it this child did not kill herself and it is bull s*** that they ruled it out as a suicide!!!! convinient but stupid, that girl did not do this to herself, how is that so obvious to everyone except the so called “experts”! For all anyone knows they made her write that note, you know? Maybe they threatened her with something so she did what they asked… and how the heck do you lose somebody’s organs! This is tragic and the family and Annie both deserve better from the police department. Shame on them, they will be in my thoughts and prayers.

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