Even Silence Has an End
My Six Years of Captivity in the Columbian Jungle
Publication Date: September 2010
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The Colombian politician was on her way to a remote village when she was abducted by members of the FARC in 2002. At first she thought she'd be held for only a few weeks -- but then six years passed. She says she didn't want to make it easy on her captors despite being tortured, underfed and forced to march through the rain forest. More at NPR.org
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