It's rare that we get media coverage for any of our stories of people missing abroad, and certainly not a year after the actual disappearance. Getting this nice story
published in our hometown newspaper, The Star-Ledger, took months of close work with a reporter who took a genuine interest in my family's plight and in the larger story. That's the only way it happens -- getting people who can do something to care enough to do what they can. Please take a few minutes to read this story and share it as widely as you can within your networks -- and when your stories get local press, please be sure to post a link here, asking the community to do the same. It's the only way I know of to get the word out and build broader, deeper awareness of the problem.