George, now, to the latest on the disappearance of luxury fashion mogul, missoni. It's been almost a week since the small plane carrying him and five others vanished off the coast of south america.... See More
George, now, to the latest on the disappearance of luxury fashion mogul, missoni. It's been almost a week since the small plane carrying him and five others vanished off the coast of south america. His family raising new questions about what really happened, saying they don't believe that plane crashed. Abc's matt gutman has the story. Reporter: This morning, the very first and last images of a care-free victor missoni and smiling companions, moments before boarding this tiny plane. This new video, obtained by italian tv, it would vanish off the venezuelan coast. Would leave no debris, only questions about the fate of the fashion mogul, friends and the pilots. This morning, an italian team is to arrive in venezuela, missoni's family is convinced they are still alive. Now, his son is hinting to an italian paper saying he might have been kidnapped. Saying, quote, a plane cannot vanish this way on a short route, without leaving any trace. I'm convinced that the at least plausible reason is they crashed into the water. He's basing that on a mysterious text message apparently sent from a cell phone from a person on that plane. To his son, more than 48 hours after it disappeared. It read, call now. We are reachable. It's hard to believe the airplane isn't in the water. By the same token, unless you find wreckage, there's no proof it hasn't gone elsewhere. Reporter: Missoni's family is hoping on to hope. Even reaching out to missoni's potential enemies to find any explanation other than the one they fear most. For "good morning america," matt gutman, abc news, new york. So many questions there
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