David Sneddon is a U.S. citizen, beloved son, brother, friend and colleague who disappeared in China’s Yunnan Province (southwestern China near the Tibetan border on or about August 14, 2004). Recent information supporting the family’s long term contention points to David’s likely abduction by elements of the People’s Republic of China and his subsequent transfer to North Korea.  He is now held captive there.

On the "High Trail" in Tiger Leaping Gorge

Michael and James Sneddon. High Trail – Tiger Leaping Gorge .

David’s family and friends created this webpage to educate fellow Americans and others throughout the world about David’s likely plight.  Please examine its contents critically, share the site’s link with friends, and consider taking personal action to support and advance David’s case currently before the U.S. Congress. This is best done by writing your member/members of Congress asking them to co-sponsor the congressional resolution currently before Congress to move David’s case forward. Form Letter for Your Members of Congress   This link will download a possible form letter to your congressman/senator [WP file format] for your use.  You may not know who represents you in Congress or their address. If this is the case this link  will give you the information.

If you have the time, join Michael, James and I searching for David (2004) as we hike the high trail above  the Jinsha Jiang (Yangzi River at this point).   Thank you!


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Articles from LDS Daily and KETV

Two more articles were written recently about David’s case and the Congressional resolution to find him.

LDS Daily: Everything You Need to Know About David Sneddon, His Disappearance, and the New Call to Find Him

KETV: Renewed Effort Launched to  Find Student Missing in China

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Coverage by the Daily Mail

An article from the Daily Mail outlining David’s disappearance and the Congressional resolution to continue the search, focusing on North Korea:

Was BYU student kidnapped by North Korea? Senators call on the State Department to investigate disappearance of Mormon man, 24, who vanished in 2004 while hiking in China

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