The statement was issued through her attorney in Seattle, O. Yale Lewis:
I am very relieved that Colt is now safe and that no one was hurt during his capture. I have not yet been able to speak to him. It has been over two and a half years since I have seen him, and I miss him terribly. I hope that it will be possible for me to see him sometime soon. However, I dont yet know when that might happen.
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