I don't know who is advising his family, but they need someone to take the bull by the horns and help them. Letting Tommy's case just fade into the sunset without fighting for media attention and getting his story out to where it counts is wrong. I simply do not understand. I have never seen a case where they concentrated everything in the wrong area (not where his truck was found and obviously the point to start searching) and where they don't want attention drawn to him being missing. It is so strange.