A man who said he was Timmothy Pitzen is not the boy who went missing in 2011, according to DNA tests, the FBI said Thursday. “To be clear, law enforcement has not and will not forget Timmothy, and we hope to one day reunite him with his family,” an FBI spokesman said in a statement. The news that Pitzen had possibly been found shocked the country. It was reported that a teenager had made a daring escape and fled from two men who were holding him captive.Illinois, Kentucky, teen, news

source

29 COMMENTS

  1. The mom killed him. Took him on a trip on his last days of life to make him happy and claims he's safe with people who care for and love him meaning he's dead with her and with other relatives who have passed on. But what would be her motive? The Dad isn't a suspect but they should ask if cheating or divorce was ever brought up. Sometimes that triggers people to do crazy things… did the mom have any past mental health problems?

  2. The real tradegy here is Inside Edition breaking the story that this could've possibly been him instead of simply waiting 24 hours to confirm the DNA results…

  3. What if he actually was Timothy Pitzen and he was originally some government experiment and his "mother" took him and went into hiding, and when the government finally found her, she had to go on the run with Timothy and got into the hotel, where they found her, killed her, and made it look like a suicide. Then they tool Timothy and did all the testing on him and they brainwashed him, and one day for some reason he started remembering his past and broke out of wherever they were keeping him and went back to his family, but the government found him and told his family that it wasn't him when it actually was him so that they could take him back? Like, I don't really do conspiracy theories but like, think about it.

  4. I don't believe Timothy is alive… I think the mom killed him. But the police officers should suspect the man who was believed to be him, maybe he has something to do with the disappearance

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here