The Murder of 4-Year-Old Kali Ann Poulton

Kali Ann Poulton was a lovely and bubbly little 4-year-old little girl living with her mother, Judy Gifford-Tosh. Kali and her mother lived in Gleason Circle, a quaint suburban apartment complex tucked into a forest of large oak and maple trees, in Gleason Estates in Rochester, New York.

On a warm spring evening on May 23, 1994, at about 6:45, Kali begged her mother to ride her pink and…

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A veteran crime victim advocate who loves to write. Founder and CEO of the National Center for Missing Adults from 1994–2010.

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Kym L Pasqualini

Kym L Pasqualini

A veteran crime victim advocate who loves to write. Founder and CEO of the National Center for Missing Adults from 1994–2010.

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