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But to O'Neil Mc Gean, who stood in the Pierce Funeral Home parking lot in Manassas, Virginia, gripping a friend's hand and fighting back tears, Brian had been so much more. They had met at a stoplight, O'Neil's personality so boisterous it took him only a few seconds to make a lasting impression. O'Neil had moved there in 2006 after visiting a few times. After agreeing to meet someone through a dating app, O'Neil disappeared - as did ,000 from his bank accounts. How could O'Neil fall prey to the same trap that had claimed Brian six years prior? “Si, yo estoy aqui,” replied Donnie Mc Gean, O'Neil's oldest brother. ” “Not as good [as] I want.” They had met six months earlier when Donnie and his wife visited O'Neil in Mazatlan, a city known as the Pearl of the Pacific.
So when Jorge said he was receiving strange Spanglish texts from O'Neil's phone, Donnie told him to call the police. It was here, Jorge said, that O'Neil had gone to meet his date the night he disappeared.Gonzalez’s attorney told the Washington Post that his client has been turned into a “scapegoat” by officials who want to close politically sensitive case, one that could affect American tourism.The attorney, Hector Soto, argued that Gonzalez pressured police to investigate. Then came the gunshots late one night inside Brian's bedroom in Silver Spring, Maryland, and the phone ringing 2,000 miles away in Mazatlan. The answer came two weeks later when police arrested four men, one of whom had arranged to meet Brian via a telephone chat line only to rob him, shoot him and leave him to die. It was in Mazatlan that O'Neil met Jorge, a handsome young Mexican with dark hair, green eyes and a tattoo across his tightly muscled chest reading “Warrior of God.” They had dated for a short time before opening a cafe together in 2014. O'Neil had gone on a date the night before with someone he'd met on a gay dating app, Jorge said, and O'Neil wasn't home yet, nor was he answering his phone. I will be there tomorrow,” Donnie wrote as he prepared to board a flight from his home in Maui to Mazatlan. Soon they bought a house together in the District, fixing it up in the evenings. And even after their breakup, after O'Neil moved to Mexico and Brian moved to Maryland, they remained good friends. The same charisma that had made him the centre of attention as a kid in Chevy Chase, Maryland - leading his little brother Chris and their friends through Rock Creek Park, refereeing fights after school at Blessed Sacrament, captaining dodgeball games - made him popular in the gay-friendly resort town.