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Help Michelle Knight reunite with her son!

265 Signatures Goal: 250,000

On Saturday May 11, 2013 from 2pm-6pm at Metro Health Hospital there will be a candle vigil for Michelle Knight. We are asking the community of Cleveland to come together and help support Michelle and her family and friends. We are asking Cleveland to come together and sign a petition to ask Child Family Services and the Police to help reunite Michelle and her son. We are asking to wear red as there will be red ribbons as a sign of support to Michelle. Anything you can do to help support Michelle is well appreciated. Let's give her the best Mother's Day gift ever and re-unite with her son. Metro Health Hospital 2500 Metrohealth Dr Cleveland, OH 44109 (216) 778-4159

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May 6
Petition has reached 250 signatures!
  • Sabrina Antunes
    Sabrina Antunes United States, Ware
    Jan 25, 2016
    Jan 25, 2016
    The people who adopted Joey are cruel and heartless. The thought of seeing her son again was the only thing that kept Michelle going. this poor women did not walk away from her son to go have a good time or party or drug it up. NO the poor thing was abducted held against her will and tortured for years. you choose to further torture her by keeping her from her son, the 1 thing she was looking forward to when she regained her freedom, you are rotten human beings for doing this. And if you were my adoptive parents who kept me from my mom like this, I would never forgive you and hate you for the rest of my life. And I have a feeling that Joey will not be thanking you for doing this to him or his mom.
  • Brittany Kelley
    Brittany Kelley United States, Birmingham
    Jul 01, 2015
    Jul 01, 2015
    People, show some compassion and discover the meaning of empathy for thy neighbor. With the neglect of love as a child and abuse as an adult she has more than earned compassion. However, to deny a mother the right to express to her son her pain of loss and regret of not being there for him his cruelty and punishment for being a victim. Michelle, I want you to know that I find you and inspiration to woman and mothers. I am also proud of you as a asister in Christ for being strong enough and smart enough to give your self the identity you were not allowed growing up. The neglect of love is heartbreaking and the horror you endured for 10.5+ years is unspeakable cruelty. I think you are ver smart to give yourself another name because it shows a physical and physiological act to give yourself life, a life and self-identity that you were not allowed as a child. I find you in my eyes as a sister in Christ an a woman of great strength and faith. A lady with grace. I think the name Lily Rose is perfect for you. A lily represents peace, a rose represents love and passion and these my dear you are. To the people, give this "lady" of great class and her son the opportunity to share their pain with each other so she doesn't have to bare a cross of regret for being kidnapped. To deny her this right and her son the right to heal is cruel punishment for being a victim. I don't know you Lily but I feel love in my heart for you. May God continue to bless you! keep your faith strong..
  • Karl Vasquez
    Karl Vasquez United States, Palm Springs
    May 29, 2015
    May 29, 2015
    Michelle deserves to see her son.

    It is my hope that the court recognizes this fact.
  • Moustafa Elgeneidy
    Moustafa Elgeneidy United States, Marengo
    May 21, 2015
    May 21, 2015
    I hope for a beautiful reunion.
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