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American pilot Thomas Jannis was shot in the head, and the Colombian intelligence officer who was accompanying them, Luis Alcides Cruz, was shot at close range in the abdomen. The three surviving Americans -- Gonsalves, Keith Stansell and Thomas Howes -- were marched into a jungle ... peace FARC

Keith Stansell, Marc Gonsalves and Tom Howes were held by the Farc in jungle camps for nearly five and a half years, while a fourth, Thomas Janis, was shot by Farc rebels in 2003 after their plane went down in the jungles of southern Colombia as they were flying a surveillance mission. prisoner Colorado war
U.S. citizens Marc Gonsalves, Thomas Howes, and Keith Stansell were taken hostage by the FARC and freed by the Colombian army. ... The Colombian government refused Wednesday to extradite a FARC rebel who stands accused of kidnapping three U.S. contractors, in a sign of changing ... Peace
Diego Alfonso Navarrete Beltran, 43, admitted in August that he was a member of the Colombian terrorist group known as FARC and pleaded guilty to ... The three Americans -- Thomas Howes, Keith Stansell, and Marc Gonsalves -- were working as contractors for the Defense Department on ...
"I don't want to attack her, but the truth is very savage," said Keith Stansell, 44, an ex-Marine and one of the authors of the book, "Out of Captivity," which was released Thursday. "We were infected enough with her behavior in the jungle," he said in a telephone interview from New York. "Now I just want to ...

WADE GOODWYN: The planning for the rescue began after the three Americans - Mark Gonsalves, Thomas Howes and Keith Stansell - were spotted in February bathing in a jungle river while being watched by guards. According to General Freddie Padilla, head of Colombia's armed services, ...
Marc Gonsalves, Thomas Howes and Keith Stansell arrived there late Wednesday on an Air Force C-17 to undergo a battery of medical tests and debriefings. All three are U.S. government contractors who were captured by the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, in February 2003 ... Americans
American pilot Thomas Jannis was shot in the head, and the Colombian intelligence officer who was accompanying them, Luis Alcides Cruz, was shot at close range in the abdomen. The three surviving Americans — Gonsalves, Keith Stansell and Thomas Howes — were marched into a jungle nightmare ... Americans
They recalled that, after weeks of marching through thick jungle when they didn't see the sun for days, they finally arrived at a jungle camp, were put in cages and forbidden to speak to one another. One of the men, Keith Stansell, a US intelligence analyst and an ex-marine recalled in an interview: “You ... Americans
U.S. citizens Marc Gonsalves, Thomas Howes, and Keith Stansell were taken hostage by the FARC and freed by the Colombian army. ... The Colombian government refused Wednesday to extradite a FARC rebel who stands accused of kidnapping three U.S. contractors, in a sign of changing relations ... Americans
A Colombian man who played a role in holding three Americans hostage for five years in the jungle was sentenced Tuesday to nearly three decades in federal ... The three Americans -- Thomas Howes, Keith Stansell, and Marc Gonsalves — were working as contractors for the Defense Department on a ... Americans
“I don't want to attack her, but the truth is very savage,” said Keith Stansell, 44, an ex-Marine and one of the authors of the book, “Out of Captivity,” which was released Thursday. “We were infected enough with her behavior in the jungle,” he said in a telephone interview from New York. “Now I just want to get ... Americans
WADE GOODWYN: The planning for the rescue began after the three Americans - Mark Gonsalves, Thomas Howes and Keith Stansell - were spotted in February bathing in a jungle river while being watched by guards. According to General Freddie Padilla, head of Colombia's armed services, the ... Americans
Marc Gonsalves, Thomas Howes and Keith Stansell arrived there late Wednesday on an Air Force C-17 to undergo a battery of medical tests and debriefings. All three are U.S. government contractors who were captured by the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, in February 2003 when ... Americans
The videotapes, which were played at a news conference without sound, showed an extremely gaunt Ingrid Betancourt, the French-Colombian politician, apparently chained and in front of a jungle backdrop. The Americans - Howes, Keith Stansell and Marc Gonsalves - were abducted by the FARC after ... Americans
Colombian do-over: Santos, FARC to sign new peace pact .... Feb 3, 2003: U.S. contractors Marc Gonsalvez, Keith Stansell and Thomas Howes ... Americans

Cuba Must Pay $166M To Colombian Terrorist Victims ... Marc Gonsalves, Thomas Howes, Keith Stansell and the family of Tom Janis are ... Americans
As Colombia tries to salvage a peace pact with the Revolutionary Armed ... The three surviving Americans — Gonsalves, Keith Stansell and ... Americans
One of the men, Keith Stansell, a US intelligence analyst and an ex-marine recalled in an interview: “You have these kids who are just ... Americans
U.S. citizens Marc Gonsalves, Thomas Howes, and Keith Stansell were taken hostage by the FARC and freed by the Colombian army. | Photo: ... Americans
A Colombian man who played a role in holding three Americans hostage ... The three Americans -- Thomas Howes, Keith Stansell, and Marc ... Americans
Keith Stansell, center, Tom Howes, left, and Marc Gonsalves at Columbia University to introduce their new book, "Out of Captivity," about their ... Americans
Colombian do-over: Santos, FARC to sign new peace pact .... Feb 3, 2003: U.S. contractors Marc Gonsalvez, Keith Stansell and Thomas Howes ... Americans
As Colombia tries to salvage a peace pact with the Revolutionary Armed ... The three surviving Americans — Gonsalves, Keith Stansell and ... Americans
One of the men, Keith Stansell, a US intelligence analyst and an ex-marine recalled in an interview: “You have these kids who are just ... Americans
Even so, Marquetalia looms large in Colombia's imagination as a wild .... July 2003: U.S. contractors Marc Gonsalvez, Keith Stansell and ... Americans
Former Farc leader Ricardo Palmera arrives in Bogota, Colombia in .... Keith Stansell, Marc Gonsalves and Tom Howes were held by the Farc ... Americans
U.S. citizens Marc Gonsalves, Thomas Howes, and Keith Stansell were taken hostage by the FARC and freed by the Colombian army. | Photo: ... Americans
U.S. citizens Marc Gonsalves, Thomas Howes, and Keith Stansell were taken hostage by the FARC and freed by the Colombian army. | Photo: ... Americans
A Colombian man who played a role in holding three Americans hostage ... The three Americans -- Thomas Howes, Keith Stansell, and Marc ... Americans
A Colombian man who played a role in holding three Americans hostage ... The three Americans -- Thomas Howes, Keith Stansell, and Marc ... Americans
Keith Stansell, center, Tom Howes, left, and Marc Gonsalves at Columbia University to introduce their new book, "Out of Captivity," about their ... Americans
Marc Gonsalves, Thomas Howes and Keith Stansell arrived there late ... captured by the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, ... Americans
Feb 3, 2003: U.S. contractors Marc Gonsalvez, Keith Stansell and Thomas Howes are taken hostage after their anti-narcotics plane crashes in FARC territory. Americans
Howes was his second-in-command; Gonsalves was the chief counternarcotics analyst; and Stansell, a former U.S. Marine, was the mission commander. Americans
American pilot Thomas Jannis was shot in the head, and the Colombian intelligence officer who was accompanying them, Luis Alcides Cruz, was shot at close range in the abdomen. Americans
American pilot Thomas Jannis was shot in the head, and the Colombian intelligence officer who was accompanying them, Luis Alcides Cruz, was shot at close range in the abdomen. Americans
One of the men, Keith Stansell, a US intelligence analyst and an ex-marine recalled in an interview: "You have these kids who are just brainwashed and brought into this thing. Americans
July 2003: U.S. contractors Marc Gonsalvez, Keith Stansell and Thomas Howes are taken hostage after their anti-narcotics plane crashes in FARC territory. Americans
13, 2003, FARC or Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia, captured four Americans; Tom Janis, Marc Gonsalves, Keith Stansell and Tom Howes, of Brevard. Janis, the pilot was executed at the crash site, and the others were held captive for five and ... Americans
13, 2003, FARC or Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia, captured four Americans; Tom Janis, Marc Gonsalves, Keith Stansell and Tom Howes, of Brevard. Janis, the pilot was executed at the crash site, and the others were held captive for five and ... Americans
The bill could have an immediate local impact: In 2003, four U.S. government contractors on a counter-narcotics mission in Columbia were shot down by a rebel narco-terrorist group known as FARC. One was executed. Three others - including Thomas Howes ... Americans
The committee vote was an important victory for Marc Gonsalves, Keith Stansell and Thomas Howes, Department of Defense contractors captured on Feb. 13, 2003, when their plane crash landed during a drug surveillance operation in FARC-controlled ... Americans
Keith Stansell, Marc Gonsalves and Tom Howes were held by the Farc in jungle camps for nearly five and a half years, while a fourth, Thomas Janis, was shot by Farc rebels in 2003 after their plane went down in the jungles of southern Colombia as they ... Americans
Last week, Colombian Sen. Ivan Cepeda, a trusted conduit of both the FARC and Santos, quietly met with Palmera at the United States' highest security prison to discuss how he can contribute to peace, according to officials in Colombia and the U.S ... Americans
Spokesmen for the DEA and Justice Department declined to comment, but American officials have long accused Hezbollah of trading in South American cocaine, specifically linking them to the Colombian drug trade and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of ... Americans
Colombian politician Ingrid Betancourt has published her first novel, titled The Blue Line, which tells a story similar to her own about a woman named Julia who becomes a political prisoner during the country's Dirty War. Americans
The Colombian government refused Wednesday to extradite a FARC rebel who stands accused of kidnapping three U.S. contractors, in a sign of changing relations between authorities and the guerrilla group. Americans
Colombian politician Ingrid Betancourt has published her first novel, titled The Blue Line, which tells a story similar to her own about a woman named Julia who becomes a political prisoner during the country's Dirty War. Americans


 

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