My Sister, Nicole Vienneau, Has Gone Missing in Syria - The Beginning Of My Ascendance — LiveJournal
My Sister, Nicole Vienneau, Has Gone Missing in Syria|
|Date:||February 27th, 2009 06:58 am (UTC)|| |
I've been following this case from the start (I've been giving you comments under Anonymous for a while - latest being the telephone in the hotel room).
I've just watched the film "Taken" so was inspired to write again. It seems she was taken by a form of transport, could of easily been bundled into a car whilst walking down an alley but then surely she would of dropped things? Perhaps it would of been good to focus on what things could of been in her purse at the time (designer mobile, special key chain..?) and then try to track those items. If she was taken in a rental car, was her photo shown in car rental shops?
Her passport is missing too? Sorry I can't find the page with the detailed info on.
There's always hope, no body has been found and there's no evidence that she was hurt in anyway or a random asked. The prospect of her being killed is something to be considered but surely she would be worth more to her captors alive than dead, then disposing of the body would be complex too for the chance of her being found.
|Date:||March 1st, 2009 05:15 pm (UTC)|| |
Re: All Possibilities
Her passport is missing - that never left her.
The list of what she was carrying is at the main site: http://www.findnicolevienneau.com/
but it doesn't list what was in her bag. We assumed that the bigger items would be easier to notice/find. I'll look into what else was in her bag and see what was identifiable.
I'll have to see "Taken", see what other ideas it might provide.
I don't think the rental shops would have seen Nicole - she wouldn't have rented the car and would not have calmly sat there while it was being returned. It's possible some of her stuff was left in a vehicle (criminals often aren't very bright) and in that case we hope they've seen the posters we've plastered Hama with, or otherwise thought it was unusual enough to follow up on.