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Missing Abroad - Who Cares? Seattle Husband Meets Official Indifference as He Searches for Wife Missing in Mexico

Sound familiar? 

MAP member Jonathan Reinhard describes his contacts with the U.S. embassy in Mexico as “Completely frustrating. They’ve ignored me, promised to help and then not returned my phone calls.”

Many other MAP families will recognize Mr. Reinhard's frustration. As reported by the Seattle Times (because missing-abroad stories typically are only of interest to the victims' local media):

"Jenny Chen, a 26-year-old resident of Seattle’s Wallingford neighborhood, planned to spend four months traveling through Mexico and Cuba before returning home. A midtrip highlight was a planned meetup with her husband in Cancún.

"But Chen, a Chinese citizen, never showed at the Cancún airport, where the two had agreed to rendezvous. She was last seen on April 12 in the Mexican state of Oaxaca, where she may have hitched a ride."

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Comment by Misty Bruce on September 22, 2016 at 4:52pm

God please give Jenny's family my info, we have gone through literal hell including the US Embassy in Merida sent emails, that were blatent lies, stating that "they are working on the case, they created a facebook page and flyers" and the link they provided was for our website and our flyers that we created because the state department was up their butts. This is a national disaster and has got to be rectified!!

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