Search for Sabine resumes on Anna Maria beach …

The Manatee County Sheriff’s Office returned to the Willow Avenue beach at 7 a.m. Wednesday, July 20, to search for the remains of Sabine Musil-Buehler, missing since November 2008 and presumed dead. Homicide Detective John Kenney said he hoped for a find today. Islander Photo: Lisa Neff

3 thoughts on “Search for Sabine resumes on Anna Maria beach …

  1. lujean Rogers

    I don’t recall anyone missing like that on Anna Maria and have ties there from the 60s! According to former Macon,Ga.prosecutor, Nancy Grace, there are hundreds of people missing in the US daily – she concentrates on children and young women. And our government criticizes other countries? They should start spending more time protecting Americans and end the wars that only create more misery and hatred overseas. Our losses financially and lives are appalling on all sides, mostly young from ages 20-28. The armchair warriors should have been sent instead! War is the lowest form of humanity! Quote in AARP, by singer Tony Bennett, who served in WW11 as an entertainer for the GIs. The only difference in today’s wars and those of the ancients is the more dangerous and sophisticated weapons, some that could destroy our means of existence!

    1. Doug

      You need to go lie on the beach with a cold one and just chill – how you made the leap to war commentary was quite a stretch!

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