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6 years now! Its about time they let Robert Levinson go Free!

Posted on : April 28, 2013 |

All right people listen up This is Rich Owner of In The News! Time for you dudes to let Bob go! I mean really its not doing you guys 1 iota of good keeping Bob locked up any longer!

Reality check here!
So Make it real!!! 

I don’t know Bob and I don’t now what I can do to help him, but helping him is what I am going to do! All you need to do is contact me and let me know whats up! I am putting this request on a lot of websites that I own! Plus anyone that Wants To Help Bob Put this on your site so I might find these guys! Don’t disappoint me!
I Know you can do it and I need to know! Just go to which will be my main site for Bob till we communicate! Lets End this NOW!!!! Just a Click away! You can do IT!

Set Robert Levinson freeHelp Us Bring Bob Levinson Home
$1 Million Reward Offered for Missing Retired FBI Agent

Levinson, who retired from the FBI in 1998 after 22
years of service, was working as a private investigator when he traveled to Kish Island, Iran on March 8, 2007. He has not been seen or heard from publicly since he disappeared the following day. In 2010, a video showing him in captivity was sent to the Levinson family by his captors.


Robert A. “Bob” Levinson, is a retired FBI agent who traveled to Kish Island, Iran, as a private investigator on March 8, 2007. He has not been publicly seen or heard from since his disappearance on March 9, 2007. The FBI is responsible for investigating crimes committed against U.S. citizens abroad and has been conducting an investigation to locate Mr. Levinson since 2007.




  • 03/07/13: One year after the FBI announced a $1 million reward, the FBI remains committed to safely locating, recovering, and returning Robert A. Levinson to his family. Details
  • 03/06/12:  On the five-year anniversary of Robert Levinson’s disappearance, the FBI announced a reward of up to $1 million for information leading to the safe recovery and return of the retired special agent. Details

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We need your help. If you have information about the Levinson case, contact your nearest FBI office or American Embassy, or submit a tip to

A Message to the kidnappers!



The FBI is responsible for investigating crimes committed against U.S. citizens abroad. We have been working since 2007 to obtain information about Levinson’s whereabouts and well-being.

“On the fifth anniversary of Bob’s disappearance, the FBI continues to follow every lead into his abduction and captivity,” said James W. McJunkin, assistant director in charge of our Washington Field Office. “We are committed to bringing Bob home safely to his family. We hope this reward will encourage anyone with information—no matter how insignificant they may think it is—to come forward. It may be the clue that we need to locate Bob.”

“Though he is retired from the FBI, Bob remains a member of the FBI family to this day,” said Director Robert S. Mueller, “and his family is our family. Like all families, we stand together in good times and in times of adversity. Today, we stand together to reaffirm our commitment to Bob Levinson.”

“I am very grateful that the FBI has offered this reward,” said Levinson’s wife Christine. “Our family believes the only way of resolving this issue successfully is with the FBI’s help. It has been an extremely difficult time for my family,” she said. “We all thought Bob would be home by now. But five years have passed, and we still don’t know why he’s being held, who has him, or where he is.”

Levinson will celebrate his 64th birthday on March 10. In addition to his wife of 37 years, Levinson has seven children and two grandchildren. The family has been working tirelessly to bring Levinson home safely. “Our youngest son is about to graduate from high school,” Christine Levinson said. “He was in middle school when his father disappeared.”

In March 2011, the U.S. secretary of state issued a statement that the U.S. government had received indications that Levinson was being held by a group in southwest Asia. That region includes the border areas of Afghanistan, Iran, and Pakistan. A publicity campaign is being launched this week in southwest Asia to heighten awareness of Levinson’s abduction, announce the $1,000,000 reward, and solicit information. Billboards, radio messages, and flyers will be used to publicize the reward and the investigation. A telephone tip line will be provided to listeners and viewers in that region so that they can confidentially provide information.

“We’re never going to give up,” Christine Levinson said. “Our goal is to get Bob home. We miss him every single day.”

We need your help. If you have information about the Levinson case, contact your nearest FBI office or American Embassy, or submit a tip to