Can An Abducted Person Send A Message From A Phone? Yes!
There has been debate over the abduction of Zimbabwe Hospital Doctors Association (ZHDA) acting president Dr Peter Magombeyi, especially surrounding a WhatsApp message that he sent after he was taken from his home.
Some critics have accused the missing doctor of stage-managing the kidnapping, arguing that an abducted person can’t have access to a phone, let alone send messages in the presence of their captors.
It has however been established that a captive can communicate even while in the hands of captors.
In 2013, in the State of Colorado, the United States of America, a 16-year-old girl who had disappeared reportedly sent a distress message to friends saying she was with a man and “scared.”
Jessica Shepherd was last heard from at around 10:50 p.m. on a Tuesday when she sent SMS and Facebook messages to friends, saying she was “with a guy named Dave” and “scared” and urged her friends to call the police.
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The police found Jessica early Thursday morning after numerous tips were sent to them, one of the tips gave police an address for a man called “Dave,” who in turn gave police a second address where they were able to successfully locate the teen.