6-years, 3-months, 3-days into Samantha’s abduction

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Friday, February 13, 2015: Wow Sam! We did it! Mission accomplished. My friends picked me up from the airport and off we went. A short drive and we arrive at Villas de Irapuato. We found the house. We drove slowly by just to get a sense of what was going on there. There is this big tree in the front of the house that provides great shade for the yard. We also noticed the grass needed to be cut. Curtains in the front window were closed. Damn, did we get this wrong? Was anyone living there at all?

The house sits on the end of the street, which curves around the right of the house. As we slowly made that turn, we saw the dog houses. Foska and Bon Bon were right out in the front of the house, relaxing under the shade of the tree. You are there Sam! So, we drove around the block to get another look. At that moment, we saw the curtains moving. Someone was trying to check us out without actually coming out of the house. Strange. But not if you are Adriana Coronel Tenorio (AKA Adriana Howitt Coronel, Ari Coronel, Ari Coronel Tenorio, Ari Howitt, Ari Howitt Coronel) or anyone who helped her abduct you again. They probably have been looking over their shoulders ever since they decided to commit yet another heinous act.

It was not lost on me that people like to steal other people’s dogs in Mexico. It happens all the time. In fact I remember a few years ago when someone stole Foska from in front of a house you were in and the dog abductors actually called the phone number on the dog tag to collect a ransom. That’s nuts. So with that, one would think they would go outside to check us out a little more. The fact that whoever was in the house did not do that was telling. Another slow drive around the block should reveal who was peeking through the curtains. A few seconds later, Maria Guadalupe Tenorio Toledano (AKA Lupita Tenorio, Marsha Tenorio) herself poked her head through the curtains to get a better look. GOTCHA!

Everyone was excited! Just the thought that someone could do this to you repulsed a lot of people. Before we could get back on the freeway, the text messages were flowing between me, Lourdes, Jorge and Javier. They were a little anxious as to whether or not this was too big of a risk to take. When I told them how it all went down, they could not stop laughing at the moxie we had. The pictures of the op etched in everyone’s memory forever. More importantly the ball is rolling in both civil and criminal courts. I LOVE YOU SAM!