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Carroll walks unharmed into Sunni party office
Ex-hostage says she was 'treated very well' during 3-month ordeal
Shortly afterward, Carroll told Baghdad Television — which the Sunni party owns — that she was "treated very well" while being held captive.
"They never said they would hit me. They never threatened me in any way," she told an interviewer. (Watch Carroll describe life as a hostage, including eating and showering — 2:27)
Her er historien så på en lidt anden måde: Fra DemocracyFrontline
Jill praises the US military and blames her captors for a cheap political stunt
RAMSTEIN AIRBASE, GERMANY — I’m so happy to be free and am looking forward to spending a lot of time with my family. I want to express my deep appreciation to all the people who worked so long and hard for my release. I am humbled by the sympathy and support expressed by so many people during my kidnapping.
In the past few days, the US military and officials have been extremely generous, and I am grateful for their help. Throughout this ordeal, many US agencies have committed themselves to bringing me safely home.
My colleagues at The Christian Science Monitor have worked ceaselessly to secure my release, and worked with security consultants to do so. Many other news organizations, both inside and outside of Iraq, as well as many officials from Iraq and other countries, worked hard to bring about my freedom.
During my last night in captivity, my captors forced me to participate in a propaganda video. They told me they would let me go if I cooperated. I was living in a threatening environment, under their control, and wanted to go home alive. I agreed.
Things that I was forced to say while captive are now being taken by some as an accurate reflection of my personal views. They are not. The people who kidnapped me and murdered Alan Enwiya are criminals, at best. They robbed Alan of his life and devastated his family. They put me, my family and my friends–and all those around the world, who have prayed so fervently for my release–through a horrific experience. I was, and remain, deeply angry with the people who did this.
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