U.S. House Requests Investigation into Possible Abduction of BYU Student

Here's the latest news in the possible abduction of David Sneddon. Our prayers are with his family.

A resolution passed by the U.S. House of Representatives on Wednesday directs the State Department and Intelligence Community to investigate whether North Korean government operatives abducted a BYU student who disappeared in China in 2004.

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The resolution on behalf of David Sneddon was introduced by Rep. Chris Stewart, R-Utah.

Sneddon's family has long been doubtful of Chinese officials' explanation that he most likely drowned during a hike in the Yunnan Province in western China. His body was never recovered.

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