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Iwona Wieczorek - one year since her disappearance


RobertLee 4 | 73
16 Jul 2011  #1
Exactly one year ago 18-year old Polish girl Iwona Wieczorek disappeared in Sopot. She did head home after an argument at a disco with her friends but she never reached it. The battery in her mobile died. Her story was all over the news and still is. The detective Rutkowski (the same guy who "re-kidnapped" Polish girl from Norwegians) was working on her case but without success.

The story:

One year has passed since the disappearance of Iwona Wieczorek . Tonight, her mother go from Sopot to Gdansk route , which stops the trace of the daughter. Weekend night of 16 to 17 July 2010. Iwona Wieczorek interfered in Sopot disco with friends and going out. Monte Cassino promenade goes toward the pier. In the cell, the battery got exhausted.

wyborcza.pl/1,75478,9956652,Iwony_Wieczorek_wciaz_nie_ma.html



delphiandomine 83 | 17,596
16 Jul 2011  #2
The detective Rutkowski (the same guy who "re-kidnapped" Polish girl from Norwegians) was working on her case but without success.

That's perhaps why - the man has no talent for actually 'detecting' anything. In fact, those of us who are a bit more enlightened about Polish affairs would suggest that perhaps he's not being paid enough.
OP RobertLee 4 | 73
16 Jul 2011  #3
If you knew Polish, you would know that Rutkowski, his skills and motivation aside, worked that case for free, cause it was good advertising for him - which he publicly admitted. Anyway, this topic is not the right place for your trolling, keep it down out of respect for Iwona's family.
delphiandomine 83 | 17,596
16 Jul 2011  #4
How honourable, doing something for the sake of promoting yourself.

I'd respect him a hell of a lot more if he did it for free and kept his mouth shut as to his involvement - egotistical prick.
Patrycja19 63 | 2,700
16 Jul 2011  #5
Exactly one year ago 18-year old Polish girl Iwona Wieczorek disappeared in Sopot.

Robert, I am glad you posted this, cause there is a reality here, they suffer the same pains
everyone around the world does.. people come up missing in every country.

its sad, I pray they find her.
Alligator - | 261
16 Jul 2011  #6
Although it might be wishfull thinking, I hope that Iwona will be found safe and sound.
Her disaperance shocked me and my family. We all remember about her and pray for her.

As for

those of us who are a bit more enlightened about Polish affairs

I would say that Rutkowski was only honest about his work. Even if he wouldn't admitt that he work on that case because of the publicity, everyone would know that anyway. Keep your fals modesty for yourself.
wildrover 98 | 4,452
17 Jul 2011  #7
Thousands of people go missing all over the world every day , most of them go missing because they want to go missing...

Unfortunatly a small number go missing because something terrible has happened to them , and when its a young pretty girl you worry that somebody has caused her to go missing....

It must be awfull beyond words for her family , and i can,t imagine what it must feel like to have somebody you care about dissapear....

I hope she turns up safe and well...but after a year her family must fear the worst....
OP RobertLee 4 | 73
17 Jul 2011  #8
From today's news: over 1200 people have gone missing in Poland since Iwona's case.


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