Baby kidnapping and the security around it

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The world is a dangerous place and sometimes you can't prevent bad thing to happen. This is the same with baby kidnapping. One of the famous baby kidnapping was the Lindberg kidnapping.

The kidnapping of Charles Augustus Lindbergh, Jr., was the abduction of the son of aviator Charles Lindbergh and Anne Morrow Lindbergh. The toddler, 20 months old at the time, was abducted from his family home in East Amwell, New Jersey, near the town of Hopewell, New Jersey, on the evening of March 1, 1932. Over two months later, on May 12, 1932, his body was discovered a short distance from the Lindberghs' home.A medical examination determined that the cause of death was a massive skull fracture.

How baby kidnappers



could go to work trough cyberspace

Most of the baby kidnappers are great deceivers and have a ill history. I believe that the cyberspace is a source


to get information on targets. This can be done by using open source information. Most of the times when someone is in the progress of getting a baby they are happy and talk about it on social media websites.

The threat comes from social media websites - because there baby kidnappers can lure and wait for their target to show up.

I believe by informing people on the information they put online a lott of pain can be prevented.

I also believe that securing the hospital is a great way to prevent such events. A simple check in post at the baby room or w/e. There is enough room to improve the security in the health world.


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Reza Rafati

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