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Middle East / Gaza / Life as a Hostage / Wiig, McNaught Interview #837797

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Aug 31, 2006
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The two weeks of captivity for kidnapped Fox journalist Steve Centanni & his cameraman Olaf Wiig reviewed; two hostage videotapes shown. [Wiig's wife Anita McNAUGHT†- says these men are not responsible for the injustices in Gaza.] [At press conference, WIIG - speaks about the people of Gaza.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Taped in-studio interview held with Wiig & McNaught. [WIIG - recounts what happened when they were taken from their car, held captive & he was questioned about theology & Centanni; comments on the psychology of the Stockholm syndrome & the simplicity of their eventual release.] [McNAUGHT - explains why she went to Gaza; recounts how she reacted to their release.]

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