October 11th, 2010
11:35 AM ET

Wife, mother of American who went missing at lake plead for help

The wife of a U.S. citizen who disappeared late last month in a reported pirate attack renewed her plea for help Monday.

David Michael Hartley went missing September 30. His wife, Tiffany, told authorities her husband was shot and killed during a sightseeing trip on Falcon Lake, which bisects the U.S.-Mexico border in South Texas.

On Monday, Tiffany Hartley, along with David Hartley's mother, Pam, appeared on several morning talk shows asking for information that will help investigators find those responsible for David's death and help them find his body.

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  1. Marines123

    Columbia is an example of persistance. Once the biggest cocaine and marijuana importers to the West.persistant police and millitary work at iys best. Not easy to eradicate poppy and marijuana platations. Most are hidden in ravines, guarded! Better to arrest or Kill the drug Cartel leadership!

    October 13, 2010 at 12:30 am | Report abuse | Reply
  2. JeffaJah

    As someone who knows this couple I find it disgusting and offensive that you are personally attacking her. She has suffered the worst trauma that a spouse can, and she is in survival mode. She will not even began to fully grieve the loss of the love of her life until she has exhausted all option to bring his body home. The cause she is taking up (border control) is not new, nor should it be ignored. How many more sons, husbands, and brothers to we have to lose before the goverment gets serious about protecting the American people? Our so called president has yet to address this issue and I can assure you that David will not be the last American brutally murdered before the governemnt decides to act.

    October 13, 2010 at 7:30 pm | Report abuse | Reply
  3. r smith

    it's time to set up some pirate stings in this lake. get some brasss ones obama, you namby pamby

    October 17, 2010 at 12:05 am | Report abuse | Reply
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