Story about an abducted person
Friday, July 24, 2009 1:06 AM
Please read this heart-wrenching story from one of our members. If you are able to help, please email Donald at [address removed].
I am a retired police investigator and have been asked by the parents of Amy Bradley to help find their missing
daughter who was abducted off of a cruise ship in 1998. Even though this particular case has been submitted to the FBI, they have classified it as a cold case despite a recent sighting as late as 2005.
I interviewed a lady named Judy who met Amy in a restroom in Barbados. When they met, Amy gave Judy her name and where she was from. Unfortunately, because five men were outside of the restroom and one of them guarded door, their conversation was brief. Even worse, Judy did not know Amy was a missing person until she saw an episode on the "Dr. Phil Show" some six months later. She called the FBI and they refuted the sighting, insisting that Amy drowned.
Through the process of my investigation I have been able to narrow things down to the individual who initially took her. He lives in Grenada and is well known on the island. I and another former police investigator along with two former Navy Seals have volunteered to go to Grenada and seek out the man in order to find out what he did with Amy. It is suspected that she is somewhere in the Caribbean and we are concerned that some of the leads intersect at brief points with the Natalee Holloway case. Our investigations have come up with several photos of Amy posing as a prostitute where she is likely being held against her will in human trafficking. The location of the photos is impossible to discover.
In brief, we are seeking financial assistance to help us get to Grenada, and from there, to dispatch two members of the team to the location that the abductor will tell us. While I cannot guarantee Amy?s return, I feel we are but one step, maybe two, from her. In order to authenticate this request, I would be happy to meet with you or anyone you choose, or at any law enforcement agency to prove my identity and have anyone conduct a background check on me or the individuals on my team.