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Kidnapped At Birth - Kamiyah Mobley
Topic Started: Jan 20 2017, 12:09 PM (429 Views)
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Jan 20 2017, 02:03 PM
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Jan 20 2017, 12:43 PM
What a crazy story.

I would definitely like to know the thought processes of Gloria Williams.

I do hope Kamiyah forms a lasting bond with her birth family.
I'm with you on Gloria Williams...she is an enigma.

I know she had miscarried, but was the maternal urge to much for her? Was this planned or just happenstance?

How many days after she miscarried, did she show up with a baby? Where/what did her family think of her having a child, with no hospital stay?

How many months was she, when she miscarried her baby? That man has some questions he needs to answer also.

I mean, how pregnant was his girlfriend the day before he left??? ^o)
Those are really good questions.

What really bugs me is that she would deprive another mother of her child.

If you suffered a tragedy, why put that burden on someone else?

I can't imagine having a child, and spend nearly 2 decades not knowing her fate.
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Jan 20 2017, 02:27 PM
reddgirl64
Jan 20 2017, 02:03 PM
Doctor Magnus Warlock
Jan 20 2017, 12:43 PM
What a crazy story.

I would definitely like to know the thought processes of Gloria Williams.

I do hope Kamiyah forms a lasting bond with her birth family.
I'm with you on Gloria Williams...she is an enigma.

I know she had miscarried, but was the maternal urge to much for her? Was this planned or just happenstance?

How many days after she miscarried, did she show up with a baby? Where/what did her family think of her having a child, with no hospital stay?

How many months was she, when she miscarried her baby? That man has some questions he needs to answer also.

I mean, how pregnant was his girlfriend the day before he left??? ^o)
Those are really good questions.

What really bugs me is that she would deprive another mother of her child.

If you suffered a tragedy, why put that burden on someone else?

I can't imagine having a child, and spend nearly 2 decades not knowing her fate.
Her mental state at that time will have to come to light. She could have been suffering from some form of psychosis association with pregnancy.

They will have to look at, if she had a job, did she look 8-9 months pregnant? Did she take a maternity leave? I mean, you just don't show up with a baby!!!

I can't even begin to think of that other mom. The thought that you have a child out there, you don't know if they're hurt, hungry, happy, etc..

Just the mental thoughts alone, are enough to drive you crazy...
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Jan 20 2017, 02:35 PM
Her mental state at that time will have to come to light. She could have been suffering from some form of psychosis association with pregnancy.

They will have to look at, if she had a job, did she look 8-9 months pregnant? Did she take a maternity leave? I mean, you just don't show up with a baby!!!

I can't even begin to think of that other mom. The thought that you have a child out there, you don't know if they're hurt, hungry, happy, etc..

Just the mental thoughts alone, are enough to drive you crazy...
Also consider the lengths Williams went to keep the lie going. She lied to the "father". She stole a dead person's SS#. She falsified other documents. She was able to walk into a hospital, and take a baby!

Was she that lucky, or a real meticulous planner?

She jumped through a lot of hoops over the years. Her ability to compartmentalize (and rationalize) is extraordinary. It takes a particular type of mind to lie like that, and spend years maintaining such a facade.

She may have raised Kamiyah the best she could, but I wonder what other fraudulent activities she may have engaged in over the years.

If I was Charles Xavier (Professor X of the X-Men), I would scan her brain.

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Jan 20 2017, 02:49 PM
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Jan 20 2017, 02:35 PM
Her mental state at that time will have to come to light. She could have been suffering from some form of psychosis association with pregnancy.

They will have to look at, if she had a job, did she look 8-9 months pregnant? Did she take a maternity leave? I mean, you just don't show up with a baby!!!

I can't even begin to think of that other mom. The thought that you have a child out there, you don't know if they're hurt, hungry, happy, etc..

Just the mental thoughts alone, are enough to drive you crazy...
since my record on this website shows my deep, deep hatred for darkskin negros then I want to focus only on this case to consider the lengths Williams went to keep the lie going.

She did just like Caucasoids who I stay silent about, taught her, when she lied to the "father". She stole a dead person's SS#. She falsified other documents. She was able to walk into a hospital, and take a baby!

Was she that lucky, or a real meticulous planner?

She jumped through a lot of hoops over the years. Her ability to compartmentalize (and rationalize) is extraordinary. It takes a particular type of mind to lie like that, and spend years maintaining such a facade. Whitefolks do this all of the time, but of course, I always refuse to ever make this colossal type of ordeal out of it.

She may have raised Kamiyah the best she could, but I wonder what other fraudulent activities she may have engaged in over the years.

If I was Charles Xavier (Professor X of the X-Men), I would scan her brain.

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The more I think about it, I don't think 18 years is enough.

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Woman Who Abducted Kamiyah Mobley As An Infant Sentenced To 18 Years In Prison

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NIKI MCGLOSTER Jun, 11, 2018

The woman who abducted Kamiyah Mobley as an infant has been sentenced to 18 years in prison on kidnapping charges.

According to CNN, an hours-old Mobley was kidnapped by Gloria Williams 18 years ago when Williams posed as a nurse at Florida’s University Medical Center. In early 2017, authorities finally located Mobley through an anonymous tip given to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children and detained Williams.

“There are no winners and no losers in this case,” Judge Marianne Aho said at the sentencing hearing. “It’s a very sad case and many people have suffered, including Ms. Williams.”

Williams pled guilty earlier this year to kidnapping and custodial interference, People reports. She says she had not planned to kidnap Mobley but had recently miscarried and was on “autopilot.”

“My life was out of control,” she told a local news station. “I lost everything.”


Mobley recently appeared on OWN’s Iyanla Fix My Life to discuss reuniting with her family and the traumatic experience. However, she rejected the process.

Williams apologized to Mobley and her biological mother, Shanara Mobley, stating, “I know I wronged you and I’m so sorry... so many days I just wanted to pick that child up and say, ‘Get in the car. Let’s go.’ I just couldn’t.'”



https://www.essence.com/news/gloria-williams-kamiyah-mobley-sentenced-18-years-prison
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Man, it is a good thing Kamiyah's biological family did not pass along any specific illnesses, genetic deficiencies, or allergies to her.

If Kamiyah came down with a condition that was specific to her family, kidnapping Gloria would be up the creek.

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Teen Stolen as a Newborn from the Hospital Speaks Regularly with the Abductor Who Raised Her

ADAM CARLSON June 11, 2018 12:17 PM

Kamiyah Mobley still speaks regularly with the woman who raised her for nearly 20 years after stealing her, as a newborn, from a Florida hospital. And she still refers to her abductor as “mom.”

“She calls and still gets on me. Yes she does,” Mobley, 19, told Good Morning America on Monday in her first interview since Gloria Williams, her kidnapper and the woman she long believed to be her mother, was sentenced for her crimes.

“I actually got closure now,” Mobley said on GMA. “Everything is done. No more court. No more back and forth.”

While Mobley reportedly lives in the South Carolina home where she grew up following her kidnapping, she is developing a relationship with her biological family, in Florida.

Though her legal name is Kamiyah Mobley, according to the Post & Courier, according to GMA the teen also goes by the name Williams gave her, Alexis Manigo, depending on where she is.

Mobley and Williams speak every few days, she said — sometimes once a week, sometimes twice, sometimes more.

“For her, she loves each family and [is] trying to navigate that water to make sure that she’s not in the middle of a feud or she doesn’t want to upset anybody,” Mobley’s attorney, Justin Bamberg, told GMA.



https://people.com/crime/kamiyah-mobley-kidnapping-reacts-mom-gloria-williams-sentenced/
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I feel really bad for Shanara.

If Gloria has any decency, she would tell Kamiyah to spend more time with her biological mother.

As for Kamiyah, I hope with age, comes maturity.

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Biological Mom of Kamiyah Mobley Reveals She Is Not Speaking With Her Daughter: ‘I Shouldn’t Have to Compete With a Kidnapper’

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It’s been over a year since Kamiyah Mobley, who was kidnapped as a newborn, was found alive and well, living happily with the woman who kidnapped her. In that time the kidnapper, Gloria Williams, was tried and recently sentenced to 18 years in prison, and Kamiyah was reunited with her biological family.

But what may have seemed like a fairy-tale ending to a heartbreaking story is apparently not meant to be. Kamiyah openly acknowledges that she still loves her imposter “mom,” and speaks to the woman regularly, sending her biological mother into a despair that has created a gaping chasm between them.

“It’s like a tug of war between us. Whenever I feel I’m winning her back, boom, the other side pulls me down,” Shanara Mobley, Kamiyah’s biological mom, recently told the Daily Mail.


This frustration has led the older Mobley to issue a heart-wrenching ultimatum to her 19-year-old daughter.

“I shouldn’t have to compete with a kidnapper—she has to pick one of us,” Shanara said.

“Nobody acknowledges my pain. I feel like I’m being robbed all over again every time she reaches out to my daughter,” she added. “Every phone call they share, every Mother’s Day card Kamiyah sends her, it just makes the pain worse. I’m being rejected for a kidnapper; how do you think that feels?”


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Kamiyah Mobley, who was raised with the name Alexis Kelly Manigo, sits in the courtroom before the sentencing hearing of Gloria Williams on May 3, 2018, at the Duval County Courthouse in Jacksonville, Fla.
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Currently, mother and daughter are not on speaking terms. The teen continues to call Williams behind bars, saving the number of the Duval County Jail in Jacksonville, Fla., in her phone under “Mommy,” the Daily Mail notes. The teen also continues to live in Williams’ home in South Carolina, saying that she looks forward to the day Wiliams is released. She also still goes by the name Williams gave her—Alexis Manigo—on Facebook and other social media.

“We actually talked today. I still do call her ‘Mom,’” Kamiyah told ABC News.


Williams is also not about to drop the mantle of mom, either.

“Oh yeah, she calls and still gets on me. Yes, she does,” the teen added.

Prosecutors acknowledge that there is nothing they can do about Kamiyah and Williams communicating. The older Mobley still feels betrayed.

“I don’t feel that she should still be able to contact Kamiyah, and I don’t feel that her family should be able to contact my child,” she said. “The first time ’round, Gloria stole my baby by herself. This time ’round, now you’ve got the legal system helping her to steal her all over again. She can reach out to my daughter every day—my sentence won’t stop until she’s dead.”

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Gloria Williams enters the courtroom for a sentencing hearing May 3, 2018, at the Duval County Courthouse in Jacksonville, Fla.
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The last time Kamiyah and Shanara spoke was the night before Mother’s Day. The pair argued, and Shanara cut the visit short and drove home. She was tired, she said, of being “disrespected.”

“I didn’t know this kidnapper had such a hold on her. I can see that it’s my child, but I can also see traits from the kidnapper in her,” the mother said. “She would defend the kidnapper to me. She blames me for everything. I think she blames me that this woman is sitting in jail. She’s blocked now because I don’t want to argue with her. I’m tired of being hurt.”

But Shanara, who has four other children besides Kamiyah, hasn’t given up on making a connection with her firstborn.

“I’m not saying there’s not a time that we can get closer, but I really should not have to compete with that woman,” she explained.


As for Williams, Shanara—who readily acknowledges that she hates the kidnapper—is hoping that the woman will let her daughter go.

“I pray to God he changes my heart towards you, but I hate you and that hate is very, very, very strong,” Shanara said, addressing Williams directly. “Help me to forgive you. Just let my baby go. Please let my baby go. If you feel any sympathy for me, let her go, please.”



https://www.theroot.com/biological-mom-of-kamiyah-mobley-reveals-that-she-is-no-1826761295
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