Monthly Archives: September 2013

U.S. official: Obama, Rouhani discussed fate of three Americans

This news makes us extremely hopeful that President Rouhani will help us to find our father and once and for all bring him home. http://edition.cnn.com/2013/09/28/us/iran-detained-americans/?hpt=hp_t2 By Susan Candiotti, CNN National Correspondent September 28, 2013 (CNN) — The fate of three … Continue reading

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Pink Shirt Thursday Collage, September 26, 2013

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State Department on Pink Shirt Thursday, September 26, 2013

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Pictures from Senator Bill Nelson’s Offices on Pink Shirt Thursday, September 26, 2013

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The FBI Renews The Search For One Of Its Own

http://www.buzzfeed.com/jacobfischler/the-fbi-renews-the-search-for-one-of-its-own Six years ago, Robert Levinson, a retired-FBI-agent-turned-private-investigator, was kidnapped in the Persian Gulf. To this day, no one knows where he is, but his family — and the government — aren’t ready to give up the hunt. Jacob Fischler, … Continue reading

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Washington Post Opinion–Why Iran seeks constructive engagement

Today marks 2,387 days of missing our father more than words can ever express. We wanted to share with all of you the opinion piece that was published in the Washington Post yesterday, written by Iranian President, Hassan Rouhani. President … Continue reading

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Why I wear a pink shirt on Thursdays by John Stepper

http://johnstepper.com/2013/09/07/why-i-wear-a-pink-shirt-on-thursdays/ Please share John’s blog and wear pink on Thursday for Bob Levinson!

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Not the Way it Was Supposed to Go, written by Stephanie Curry, One of Robert (Bob) Levinson’s Daughters

2,371 Days. 56,904 Hours. 3,414,240 minutes held hostage. In 83 days, Robert Levinson will become the longest held hostage in United States history. I can’t even fathom that it has been six and a half years since my father, Robert … Continue reading

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