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January 1, Disappearance of Nikki Alcaraz: Another Eerie Echo of Gabby Petito’s Fate?



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In a world that’s forgotten the heart of hard work and honor, we see another reminder of its cold indifference. A tale is emerging that rings all too familiar for those who remember Gabby Petito’s tragic end. This time, the name is Nikki Alcaraz, a Tennessee woman who, like Petito, ventured on a cross-country journey with her boyfriend, only to vanish without a trace.

When we witness tragedies like this, it’s a sobering reflection of the world we live in. This isn’t just a case of a missing woman, it’s a testament to our society’s pitfalls, a symptom of a disease.

Alcaraz and her companion had a run-in with the law in Torrance County, New Mexico. A fight, an altercation that left marks, but was shrugged off with a ‘he said, she said.’ The officers in charge, they split them up, giving them rides to different locations. But when the dust settled, Nikki went back, worried about the man who had, by accounts, hit her. It’s a testament to the hold abusive relationships can have, a cruel trap that Nikki found herself ensnared in.

The same disregard we saw with Gabby Petito seems to have happened here. Another domestic dispute, shrugged off, the couple sent on their way. We all remember how that ended – with a beautiful young life snuffed out and the guilty party dead by his own hand, avoiding justice. I pray that Nikki’s fate isn’t as dark.

As of today, Alcaraz and Stratton’s phones are off, and her last known whereabouts were Arizona. She was driving her Jeep, Tennessee license plate number BGL3539. But the silence, the lack of communication, it’s a grim cloud casting a shadow on this narrative.

In our Constitution, we are promised justice. We are promised a system that protects its citizens. But where is that protection when these young women need it most? It’s a heartbreaking reality to swallow.

For now, all we can do is hope and pray that Nikki Alcaraz is safe. And while we wait, we must demand better. For Gabby, for Nikki, for all the women who’ve faced a similar plight. The Constitution guarantees us freedom, but with that freedom comes responsibility. And right now, it’s our responsibility to ensure that Nikki Alcaraz isn’t just another name added to the tragic roll call of women let down by our system.

I implore anyone with information about her whereabouts to step forward. Contact the Moriarty, NM police at 505-832-6060 or 505-834-2705. This isn’t just about finding Nikki, it’s about showing that we, as a community, a nation, are better than this. We cannot, we will not let this be another Gabby Petito.


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  1. Bret

    May 31, 2023 at 8:53 am

    Our constitution does not promise a system that protects it citizens from harm. It only promises justice after the fact. This is part of the problem. The people now to go to the government to fix everything when they have never fixed anything. And the ruling class, especially the democrats including the media wants it this way. Cradle to grave.

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