Author Ingrid Betancourt on Six Years of Captivity

Thursday, November 25, 2010

Ingrid Betancourt Ingrid Betancourt (Flickr: Fabio Gismondi)

A little over two years ago, Ingrid Betancourt,  former candidate for the Presidency of Colombia, was freed in a dramatic military rescue mission after six years of being held hostage. She and other hostages, incluing three Americans, had been taken captive by narco-terrorists known as the FARC rebels.

She wrote a poetic account of those six years in her book, Even Silence Has an End: My Six Years of Captivity in the Colombian Jungle.

(This interview originally aired on September 28, 2010)

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