The story is interesting in how the President recuses himself and the Speaker of the House, from another party (the VP had resigned), comes in. This name uses Spanish naming customs: the first or paternal family name is Turbay and the second or maternal family name is Quintero. Diana Turbay Quintero (March 9, – January 25, ) was a Colombian journalist kidnapped by the Medellín Cartel and Her father was Julio César Turbay Ayala , the 25th president of the Republic.
Nina Meyer Margot Bingham —the cop whose career took off after she closed the case—has to deal with guilt over putting away the wrong person. The unemployed and adrift eldest son who was supposed to be watching his kid brother.
Where he was when Adam went missing: Making out with a high school conquest. Is it really Adam? Adam wants to be accepted and tries to bond with them. Where she was when Adam went missing: She and Danny were in charge of keeping an eye on him, but she had something else to do that could later haunt her. Willa desperately wants to put her family back together.
A soccer mom turned politico. Her marriage has struggled as she and husband John have tried to process the loss of their child. In the s, North Korea abducted at least a dozen Japanese citizens and took them to Pyongyang to train North Korean spies in Japanese language and customs.
One abductee was Koichiro Iizuka, one of the relatives who met with the president, was a toddler when his mother dropped him off at day care. I have no memory of my mother," Iizuka said.
For years, he and other family members of kidnap victims had no explanation for what happened. Finally, in , North Korea admitted it operated a state-sponsored abduction program, confirming it had taken Iizuka's mother and other Japanese citizens.
It was like that for me in the beginning," Iizuka said. The Japanese abductees — mostly young people — were taken to North Korea and forced to train North Korean spies so those spies could more easily infiltrate Japan. But, Nagy notes, "Where it's more sensitive in the Japanese case is the Japanese nationals have a sense of 'we're all Japanese' and that when a Japanese is not brought home to the homeland [and] put in the ancestral grave, there's a sense of detachment, a sense of amputation," Nagy says.
Iizuka believes his mother is alive and continues pushing for her return. He has pressed the issue with a succession of U.
That is our hope," Iizuka said. Former abductees Kaoru Hasuike right and his wife, Yukiko left, holding umbrella , arrive at their home northwest of Tokyo with their two children holding flowers in , after Japan won their release from North Korea. But because tensions are running so high with North Korea, other relatives of abductees aren't so hopeful.
Toru Hasuike's brother Kaoru was also taken in the s — and is one of the handful of abductees whom North Korea did return. He came back in