BBC Radio Interviews Cruise Law's Jim Walker Regarding Disappearance of Disney Crew Member Rebecca Coriam
This afternoon BBC Radio (Radio Merseyside) interviewed maritime lawyer Jim Walker in Miami regarding the disappearance of Disney youth activities worker Rebecca Coriam from the Disney Wonder cruise ship.
Rebecca was reported missing when she failed to report to work aboard the cruise ship on March 22, 2011. You can listen to the BBC Radio interview here. It runs just five minutes or so.
It has been almost a month and Rebecca's family continue to seek answers about her disappearance.
Ironically, Disney Cruise incorporated its cruise line as the Magical Cruise Company in the U.K. (for tax purposes) where Rebecca's family resides. Yet, there are no investigators from the U.K. invested with jurisdiction for investigating her disappearance. Instead, the "investigation" is being officially conducted by a policeman from the Bahamas because Disney flagged its cruise ship in that country (again primarily for tax purposes).
How is it that the Scotland Yard or someother competent agency are not involved in investigating the disappearance of a U.K. employee from a cruise ship operated by a company incorporated in the U.K.?
Ms. Coriam's family created a website which contains contact information. The site is Rebecca-Coriam.com. If you have information about Rebecca, please click on the website and e-mail the family.
You can read our other articles on this case here.
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