bbeba103 wrote:Aisha Khan may be safe, but Facebook users ask for explanation of her disappearance
19-year-old Kansas student draws praise, criticism in online posts
Friday, December 23 2011, 2:15 AM
An angry digital mob has flocked to Facebook to express outrage over unanswered questions in the bizarre disappearance and re-emergence of a 19-year-old Kansas college student.
When Aisha Khan mysteriously vanished, a family friend set up a page on the social network in an effort to find her. Now, with the young bride safe and sound almost a week later and no foul play suspected, users are going online to demand an explanation.
“Can the family or at least Aisha Khan please give us an explanation of what happened?,” writes Ali Sharif. “Thousands of dollars of tax payers money was spent looking for her. I am happy that she is alive and well, however this whole drama requires an explanation, the family has to come clean on what really happened.”
AISHA KHAN FOUND SAFE, WAS NOT ABDUCTED
Khan disappeared from the University of Kansas campus in Overland Park on Dec. 16. Her family took extraordinary measures to get the word out, sharing their story on Facebook and Twitter as well as in the national media.
Waseem Khan, Aisha's husband, went on “Good Morning America” on Wednesday to say he believed his wife of five months had been kidnapped.
Authorities found her later Wednesday, and determined she had not been abducted. In fact, law enforcement officials believe no crime was committed, and they are not pursuing charges against Khan.
“She didn't report any criminal activity so there’s nothing at this time that I’m seeing that she could be charged for, unless there’s something else going on, which there hasn’t been,” Overland Police spokeswoman Michelle Koos tells ABCNews.com.
Koos also tells ABC that the family never called the police to report any possible criminal activity. A University of Kansas official reported the situation to the authorities.
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