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Teen Tries Applying For College Only To Discover He’s Been A ‘Missing Person’ For 12 Yrs.

A little youngster went missing from his home in Alabama in August 2002. Julian Hernandez, five, was reported missing by his mom after his dad left a note stating he’d abducted the child.

Julian continued to live in Ohio with his biological father, where he was allegedly happy, healthy, and normal. Julian’s father changed his name and acquired a phony identity himself.

Hundreds of tips poured in over the years, and Julian’s mother never lost hope of being reunited with her son. Unfortunately, all of the leads turned out to be erroneous.

That was until Julian turned 18 and started filling out college applications. Julian realized his social security number didn’t match his name, and reality started to emerge.

Julian, perplexed by the alleged mix-up in his personal information, contacted a school counselor to assist him in completing his applications.

Julian was registered as a missing person by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, according to the counselor. He discovered he had been kidnapped as a youngster – by his own dad.

Authorities stated that Julian’s mom was pleased to learn that her son was alive and healthy.

In a heartwarming turn of events, he requested the judge to release his father from prison, stating he had forgiven him. Growing up without a mom was difficult for Julian, but taking him away from him means doing the same thing all over again.

Watch the video to watch Julian display incredible forgiveness during his father’s sentence, then SHARE this story with your Facebook friends.

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