Family of Florida male hold serf abroad seeks Trump’s help

March 11, 2017 - photo frame

CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. — The family of a Coral Springs male taken warrant abroad a decade ago on Thursday asked President Donald Trump’s assistance to find and move home their father.

Former FBI representative Robert Levinson left from a Iranian island of Kish in 2007 while perplexing to favour an adviser for a CIA. Now, his family is job on Trump to finish what dual before presidential administrations did not.

“We have left by this for 10 years and each time we have been unhappy over and over and over again,” pronounced Levinson’s youngest son Doug, now 23. “We trust that President Trump has a ability to get this done.”

The family’s remarks came on a 10th anniversary of Levinson’s disappearance. As partial of a anniversary Thursday, a State Department, FBI and White House renewed a oath to do all they can to collect him.