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AP reported a few days ago that the police spokesman in Curacao acknowledged that they have no new leads on the disappearance of Vice Consul James Hogan who was reported missing by his wife on September 25 in the Netherlands Antilles. Investigators are reportedly considering all possibilities. The report also states that a State Department spokesman Darby Holladay declined to comment on this matter. The Background Note for the Netherland Antilles even in the redesigned website of State.gov still has James E. Hogan listed as one of the three principal US officials in the country.
I can’t imagine what this must be like for his wife and children, most especially during the holidays. Our thought and prayers for the family. May they find a place inside where there’s joy, and the joy help burn out the pain of his absence.
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