Skip to comments.NBC’s Richard Engel, crew freed after 5 days of captivity in Syria
Posted on 12/18/2012 6:55:06 AM PST by ConservativeMan55
NBC News Chief Foreign Correspondent Richard Engel is safe in Turkey after five days of captivity in Syria, the network said Tuesday morning. Engel and his crew were last heard from Thursday just after they entered Syria.
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Still love the muslim brotherhood murderers?
Did you have to bribe your way out (with your life) by promising positive stories about islamic terrorists?
Whew... I was so worried.
Sorry, but I could not really care any less.
Just when I think Jimmy Carter had the worst foreign policy ever, along comes Obama and doubles Carter's mistake with Iran by turning over Egypt & Libya to the muslim brotherhood terrorist group.
Now, he supports them in Syria and they kidnap our journalist.
nor I but I see the marine in Mexico is getting no help, I swear I will do everything I can to stop my boys from joining the military while these idiots are in charge
No doubt Brian Williams is regaling the interns at NBC and anyone else who will listen, how his influence with Obama resulted in the release of his dear friend and colleague.....
NBC-Joke news....Propagandists for the Obama clown parade.
I figure the muzies took a look at FreeRepublic and decided there weren’t many people who cared what happened to the captives.
They were offering Helen Thomas in trade (one of the original 72 virgins)
After following murderers as they plied their trade (you pick the side), the NBC journalist was officially taken captive..... Big shock.
remember - when NBC or anyone connected with them says anything - be suspicous - take it with a grain of salt, as the saying goes!! They do have an agenda which is not pro-American.
Did he get the Lara Logan treatment?
Guess we’ll have to wait nine months to see if a little Mohammed pops out.
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