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Iraq / Carroll Release #824707

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Apr 01, 2006
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(Studio: John Seigenthaler) Report introduced.

(New York: Mike Taibbi) A statement from American journalist Jill Carroll, who will return to the US after being held captive in Iraq for 82 days, about remarks she made in her most recent video with her captors featured; scenes shown of Carroll in Ramstein, Germany; details given of criticism of Carroll from conservative bloggers. [Reading her statement, "Christian Science Monitor" editor Richard BERGENHEIM†- says she was forced to say things by her captives; adds the people who kidnapped me & murdered Alan Enwiyah†† are criminals.] ["Washington Post" Ellen KNICKMEYER†- says Jill borrowed American clothes.] [Once kidnapped, journalist Micah GAREN††- says hostages say what their captors want them to say.]

Seigenthaler, John;
Taibbi, Mike

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