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Drug violence in the surrounding state of Sinaloa had crept into Mazatlan. Without you we would be nowhere right now.” Twenty hours later, Donnie, an energetic 62-year-old who founded a trio of natural food groceries, stepped off a plane and headed to meet Jorge at the Hotel Punta Pacifico, a remote resort north of the city.
A week later, O'Neil stood in front of his ex's casket wondering what had gone wrong. His two cherished dogs - Brandy and Guinness, named after O'Neil's favourite drinks - hadn't been fed. Hope he is OK, wherever he is,” Jorge wrote in broken English. “Our family is very grateful to have you as a friend of O'Neil.
“If you're continuing to be hopeful, don't,” the expert said after Donnie told him the kidnappers had gone quiet.
“I'll tell you right now that your brother is dead.” Donnie's phone rang just hours after he'd left Mazatlan.
After agreeing to meet someone through a dating app, O'Neil disappeared - as did ,000 from his bank accounts. How could O'Neil fall prey to the same trap that had claimed Brian six years prior? “Si, yo estoy aqui,” replied Donnie Mc Gean, O'Neil's oldest brother. ” “Not as good [as] I want.” They had met six months earlier when Donnie and his wife visited O'Neil in Mazatlan, a city known as the Pearl of the Pacific.Now they demanded ,000 more, but gave confusing directions, first instructing Jorge to pay in the morning, then ordering him to deposit a fifth of the money immediately - without providing a bank account. You don't give the orders here.” As the texts became more threatening, Jorge grew visibly distraught, sobbing and retching, recalled Donnie, who was busy dialing FBI and Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) officials - contacts of a relative who'd retired from the DEA - to ask them to try to trace his brother's phone.