Hostage Jill Carroll freed (Updated)
Just got on-line this morning (and, for the 1st time in a few days, on my own computer instead of a company one working a project from the second I wake up) and noted this bit of good news:
Kidnapped U.S. reporter Jill Carroll has been released after nearly three months in captivity, Iraq police and the leader of the Islamic Party said Thursday. Her editor said she was in good condition.
"She was released this morning, she's talked to her father and she's fine," said David Cook, Washington bureau chief of The Christian Science Monitor.
Carroll was kidnapped on Jan. 7 in Baghdad's western Adil neighborhood while going to interview Sunni Arab politician Adnan al-Dulaimi. Her translator was killed in the attack about 300 yards from al-Dulaimi's office. [Link]
This has not yet been confirmed by the State Department or the DoD, so I’ll keep looking for more information.
Update: Obviously this has been long confirmed by now and has also shown a disturbing tendency by bloggers to jump all over someone who's been recently released from a harrowing condition. Have a look at Captain Ed over at Captain's Quarters to see what I mean.
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