“But now”, they continued, “We’re really afraid. Terrified. We make him take a cell phone with him wherever he goes, and when there’s no answer when we try him, like when there’s no reception where he is, we’re really scared. Mostly his mother is afraid. She can’t sleep at night. She calls him at all hours of the day and night. The message that “he called” resounds in our house like a statement: “great, he’s okay, nothing happened to him”.