6-years, 11-months, 4-days into Samantha’s abduction (Part 5)

child abduction, left behind parent, Mexican judicial system, parental abduction, parental alienation, parental child abduction playbook, parental kidnapping, Adriana Coronel Tenorio, Adriana Howitt Coronel, Ari Coronel, Ari Coronel Tenorio, Ari Howitt, Ari Howitt Coronel, Irapuato, Tijuana

Wednesday, October 14, 2015: The next door down was the judge’s chambers. She heard the commotion outside and walked over to us, asking us to come in her office. Sitting in her office is the DA. She acknowledges that by the end of tomorrow 1/2 of Irapuato is going to know what happened in her court. And that is not a bad thing for us.

The conversation goes back and forth about why Irapuato is different from Tijuana. Basically we are dealing with different states and different systems. She added that if what’s in the boxes we sent her is what it really is, the petition Adriana Coronel Tenorio (AKA Adriana Howitt Coronel, Ari Coronel, Ari Coronel Tenorio, Ari Howitt, Ari Howitt Coronel) filed behind our backs again will not take long to resolve.

To that point, I thanked the judge for advanced the help and consideration. I added that all these processes work until a certain point. With families like Adriana’s and the Howitt’s, they don’t have a moral compass and could care less about consequences. They will just pack up and move again when the pressure of this situation becomes to tough for them to deal with, which will more than likely be any day now. Never-mind that this is the 8th time they have been on the run in 7-years. 2-times alone in the last 15-months. Samantha has never been to the same school 2-years in a row. We don’t need a process, we need to end this once and for all, for Samantha’s sake. And that all judges need to know about Adriana is that while she had no idea we were coming to this hearing, she is in the UK leaving her 2 kids hanging out to dry in her courtroom all by themselves.

While this conversation is taking place, the judge and DA get called out of the office for a couple minutes. The judge returns but the DA never came back. Not thinking anything about it, the conversation continues for a few more minutes. The judge tells us how the process will work moving forward and after exchanging “thank-you’s”, the judge tells us to “Call your attorney Toni before you leave the building”. We told her we were aware she was waiting for us because we had dinner plans that evening. The judge replied, “Please, before you leave the building, call Toni.”

We all pick up on the hint. Something was wrong.