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Audio of Kidnapping Call Released [audio]


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The first part of the audio of the phone call made by the kidnapped boys to the police emergency line has been released.

In the audio, from the night of June 12, you can hear one of the boys saying, “They kidnapped me.” After that you hear the kidnappers repeating, “Put your head down.”

The policeman keeps repeating, “Hello”.

You can listen to it here:

It is believed the boys were killed shortly after this phone call was made. The full audio was 2:09 minutes long.

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20 Responses to “Audio of Kidnapping Call Released [audio]”

  1. Had the police responded immediately, the boys may have been saved or the perps caught before they could escape. They had 4 or 5 hours before the police did anything. Whom was the idiot that got the call and blew it off?

  2. Kim Sloan says:

    Today to play this of all days. So sad.

  3. Why play this now? So painful.

  4. Rena Avadi says:

    Omg! Chills!!! My heart is breaking for their families and what they were going through at that moment…

  5. Rena Avadi says:

    Omg! Chills!!! My heart is breaking for their families and what they were going through at that moment…

  6. I totally agree with you, Ayala!

  7. Jenn Johnson says:

    This is not the day to play this audio.

  8. I don’t understand how the police could have thought that this phone call was a prank. I just don’t get it :(.

  9. It is very disturbing-who took it on themselves to assume it was a prank and blow it off? Perhaps they would not have gotten to them in time and maybe they would have-but they had a better shot in grabbing the scum that did this.They took off and in that period of time they could have hidden or escaped completely.

  10. It is very disturbing-who took it on themselves to assume it was a prank and blow it off? Perhaps they would not have gotten to them in time and maybe they would have-but they had a better shot in grabbing the scum that did this.They took off and in that period of time they could have hidden or escaped completely.

  11. It is very disturbing-who took it on themselves to assume it was a prank and blow it off? Perhaps they would not have gotten to them in time and maybe they would have-but they had a better shot in grabbing the scum that did this.They took off and in that period of time they could have hidden or escaped completely.

  12. It is very disturbing-who took it on themselves to assume it was a prank and blow it off? Perhaps they would not have gotten to them in time and maybe they would have-but they had a better shot in grabbing the scum that did this.They took off and in that period of time they could have hidden or escaped completely.

  13. This doesn’t need to be heard by anyone

  14. I don’t think this should be circulating on Facebook!!!

  15. Can’t listen breaks my heart

  16. Vicki Brown says:

    What gets me is the dispatcher thought it was a prank…how many valuable minutes were lost?

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