Amplify’d from www2.journalnow.com
By Monte Mitchell, Richard Gould and Sarah Newell Williamson | MEDIA GENERAL NEWS SERVICE
Published: November 01, 2010
(Part 1 - http://www.chathousenews.com/2010/10/missing-girl-did-not-want-to-leave.html)
Second of two parts
Zahra Baker wanted a bicycle.
“You’d see her on the one good leg, and she’d hop as fast as they could run,” Bobbitt said.
“She told her the only way she’d get a bicycle is if she learned to run,” Bobbitt said.
The Bakers’ rented single-wide trailer was on a sloped road that ends in a cul-de-sac.
The cul-de-sac is a place where everybody knows what’s going on. The trailers are close to each other, and people peer around their curtains if a strange car drives in. People step outside to smoke and talk and watch the kids play.
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