5-years, 9-months, 26-days into Samantha’s abduction

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Saturday, September 6, 2014: Good morning Sam. It was a month ago today that Adriana Coronel Tenorio (AKA Adriana Howitt Coronel, Ari Coronel, Ari Coronel Tenorio, Ari Howitt, Ari Howitt Coronel) went on the run with you again. I have not seen or heard from you since. I should be on my way down to see you today. I remember something Jorge asked me on Thursday. He asked me, “How do you do it?” He explains further inquiring into how have I been able to stay in such an insane fight? How have I been able to keep it together emotionally? The answer is simple. Any Dad worth their salt would fight for their kids, no matter what. I have never been shy about what the mission here is. I’m fighting for you Sam. You and your honor. You deserve that from your Dad. It’s that simple for me. Jorge’s original question would be better suited for Adriana. After all, she created this mess.

With that, I am competing for a Jiu Jitsu American Championship today. Competition is good to measure your training against people you don’t see very often, if at al. The adage is that “we either win or we learn, there are no losers in competition”.

It was a little emotional for me this morning because I miss you terribly Sam. You have been gone exactly 1 month now. And I would give anything to have you here watching me compete today. Wish me luck today Sam. I am rolling for you today Beautiful. I LOVE YOU!!!

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