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April 22nd, 2007
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My Sister, Nicole Vienneau, Has Gone Missing in Syria

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Date:June 30th, 2007 10:54 am (UTC)

Re: Helping by searching for one person

Great detective skills Roberta.
Just to let you know that Nicole's first name is jacqueline, (her middle name is nicole) and the hotel staff transcribed her family name of vienneau incorrectly as vinoi. So your comment "Next I am going to search for Jacqueline Vinoi" is either a superb joke or you missed this point about names being incorrectly transcribe from the Arabic sound of the names when the guests checked in.

Thought I'd write this so you can move onto another name - your detective ability is too good to waste.

Date:June 30th, 2007 03:11 pm (UTC)

Re: Helping by searching for one person

Oh!! Thank you!!

The reason I picked the name is because it's listed on one of the hotel lists, and I was focusing my attention on Canadians first.

I'm honestly a little embarrassed, because I thought the name seemed familiar. Sigh. That would be because I remember now that I had read that detail earlier on. LOL. At least I didn't start digging yet.

Hey Matt, perhaps you could remove Nicole's name from the Cairo hotel list, so no one else makes the same mistake ;-)


Date:June 30th, 2007 03:16 pm (UTC)

Re: Helping by searching for one person

Another thing that would help is if the hotel guests who have already been located are removed from the list (if they aren't already), or marked as 'found'.
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Date:June 30th, 2007 03:25 pm (UTC)

Re: Helping by searching for one person


I'm updating the list as I type this. I will also correct spellings that seem wrong.

The updated list should be posted tonight, in an effort to spread responsibility around, all the uploading is handled by my girlfriend who is out for the day.

I had left Nicole's name in as an example of how names can be twisted in translation, but I'll remove it now.
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