ALERT: Prime Suspect Paul Flores in abduction, disappearance and death of Kristin Smart now in San Pedro.

Please read and spread the word....

 

Kristin Smart vanished and has never been found.

 

In 1996, Kristin was a freshman at Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo. She was last seen with Paul Flores, a student living in the dorms at Cal Poly. He has been the prime suspect since Day 1 of this case.

 

He has taken the 5th and refuses to cooperate.

 

*********Through his lawyer, an offer was made to the State of Califonia: 'Reduce the charges against Flores down to a misdemeanor and we will lead you to Kristin's body."*****************************************

 

 

************Cadaver dogs led investigators to the mattress in Paul's dorm room on campus****************************

 

So far he has gotten away with it. Kristin still has not been found.

 

He decided to put roots down in your hometown. He bought a small home at 938 West Upland Ave in San Pedro.

Lifetime TV aired an episoe about this guy which you can see at www.KristinSmart.com. Please spread the word..

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Comment by Dennis Mahon on September 3, 2011 at 8:42pm

Here is the Lifetime TV episode about Kristin Smart's tragedy and it focuses on Suspect Paul Flores who recently purchased a home at 938 West Upland St, San Pedro, Ca.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HoL65s4xLEU  Part 1

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MOVJ_cyf7lQ  Part 2

 

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