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The Finding Relisha Radio Show Asks Questions, Keeps Hope

Search for 8-year-old Relisha Rudd continues

The Finding Relisha Radio Show, a community of people who haven't given up hope that the missing 8-year-old is still alive.

The callers refuse to believe that Re­lisha Rudd is dead. Night after night, for two to three hours, hundreds of them flock to an obscure Internet radio show — run out of a D.C. nursing home by a tattooed 32-year-old with a Mohawk — to discuss how to find the missing 8-year-old.

It doesn’t matter to them that D.C. police have described the search for the second-grader as “a recovery mission,” meaning that investigators are looking for a body. They are certain that Relisha is alive somewhere, hurting, scared, waiting for someone to find her and bring her home. They are certain she needs them.

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