Man in Monclova Mexico, This has to be someone's loved one. Please let me know if you have any questions, I have other pictures, I know exactly where he is, and we have met him. He has the most beautiful blue eyes I have ever seen and is approx 30-36 years old. Thank you!
Hey Jeff I have a case of an american that we believed to be Frederick Beau Mix in mexico but turned out not to be , however he is an american, he clearly has some mental disease, possible schizophrenia and he calls himself, "wallace" or Henry" I have pictures and would love you to share, because he is CLEARLY amaerican, in Monterrey MX and homeless. They call him "Henry the Gringo" we have met him and I would love to know if there is a family out there missing this beautiful blue eyed man. The mexican government does not care about him, he clearly is american, they know he is, he has no passport and they laugh at him. However the local people love him.
Yes & since I asked to join, we found out he is in prison in Dubai for taking photos in a restricted area. We were in touch with the Embassy who located him for us. He is an architect by trade (now a motivational speaker) who travels all over the world speaking.
He loves walking & taking pictures, esp. of interesting, architecturally, buildings. We know need to find how to get him released.
I live in Alabama and Natalie Holloway was a big deal, but I didn't realize the extent of this problem until researching it after seeing Gone about Aeryn Gillern. I was outraged by his story as a mother myself and was so angry with the treatment his case and mother got by the Austrian officials. I want to do something to raise awareness. I am looking into awareness ribbons, is red or green the color for the ribbon?
Thanks, Jeff. I want to feature Joe in the story I am writing for a magazine that is distributed to business travelers (and those who have been relocated in other countries by their businesses) around the world. I am also looking for individuals who have gone missing in other countries while there on business, if you know of anyone interested in a brief interview. It's a good chance to get some eyes on their stories, but I have to do the interviews very early next week to get them in.
I was just hoping on your next webpage update you could put a share on Facebook link. I can't really comment at the sadness that goes on and on, but maybe we could get the word out a little more on Facebook. Hats off to your work.
I am an ex-military security forces officer (12 year Air Force veteran) and have served in Desert Storm and several other campaigns across the planet. I lived in Colombia (jungles) for a year, Panama for a year and in the Middle East for 2 years.
I am now the VP of Intelifuel and spend most of my time in Quito. I am a registered warden with the US Embassy in Quito. I have satellite communications, transportation and a large house - all of which I will volunteer for people engaged in searching for any missing American in Ecuador.
I have contacts with the Ecuadorian Special Forces and private security companies as well.
If there ever comes a time when my time, equipment or services is necessary to help look for any American missing in Ecuador - contact me. I'll do everything I can.
I was disappointed that nothing was said in the news around the area in which she was missing. She is in the hospital doing good and her Dad is flying over there to take her home. She went missing in one of the museums