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Is Jill Carroll still alive?

Do you believe Jill Carroll is still alive?

  • Yes

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • No

    Votes: 2 66.7%
  • Cant say

    Votes: 1 33.3%

  • Total voters
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I hope I'm wrong but I dont think she is still alive.





Paper renews bid for Carroll

Christian Science Monitor starts television campaign to seek the release of U.S. reporter.
BAGHDAD, Iraq -- The Christian Science Monitor has launched a campaign on Iraqi television stations, hoping to win the release of reporter Jill Carroll who was kidnapped in Iraq two months ago.

The newspaper's videotaped message appeared on the private Sharqiya television Wednesday afternoon, a day after it was first broadcast by state-run Iraqiya-TV, according to the Monitor.

Carroll, an Ann Arbor native and a free-lance writer for the paper, was kidnapped Jan. 7, in Baghdad's western Adl neighborhood. Her translator was killed in the attack.

The Monitor's Arabic-language plea for Carroll's release begins with a line of print that reads: "Please help with the release of journalist Jill Carroll."

Pictures of the reporter then appear on the screen, including one that shows her in an Islamic veil.



http://www.detnews.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20060309/NATION/603090319/1020
 
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cherokee said:
I hope I'm wrong but I dont think she is still alive.





Paper renews bid for Carroll

Christian Science Monitor starts television campaign to seek the release of U.S. reporter.
BAGHDAD, Iraq -- The Christian Science Monitor has launched a campaign on Iraqi television stations, hoping to win the release of reporter Jill Carroll who was kidnapped in Iraq two months ago.

The newspaper's videotaped message appeared on the private Sharqiya television Wednesday afternoon, a day after it was first broadcast by state-run Iraqiya-TV, according to the Monitor.

Carroll, an Ann Arbor native and a free-lance writer for the paper, was kidnapped Jan. 7, in Baghdad's western Adl neighborhood. Her translator was killed in the attack.

The Monitor's Arabic-language plea for Carroll's release begins with a line of print that reads: "Please help with the release of journalist Jill Carroll."

Pictures of the reporter then appear on the screen, including one that shows her in an Islamic veil.



http://www.detnews.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20060309/NATION/603090319/1020

Quit exagertaing these bad stories! What about all of the reporters in Iraq that are alive! Why must you liberals, and your media accomplices only focus on the bad stuff? :roll:

Why just today, a new trailor was delivered to a Katrina victim....

/sarcasm off
 

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cherokee said:
I hope I'm wrong but I dont think she is still alive.





Paper renews bid for Carroll

Christian Science Monitor starts television campaign to seek the release of U.S. reporter.
BAGHDAD, Iraq -- The Christian Science Monitor has launched a campaign on Iraqi television stations, hoping to win the release of reporter Jill Carroll who was kidnapped in Iraq two months ago.

The newspaper's videotaped message appeared on the private Sharqiya television Wednesday afternoon, a day after it was first broadcast by state-run Iraqiya-TV, according to the Monitor.

Carroll, an Ann Arbor native and a free-lance writer for the paper, was kidnapped Jan. 7, in Baghdad's western Adl neighborhood. Her translator was killed in the attack.

The Monitor's Arabic-language plea for Carroll's release begins with a line of print that reads: "Please help with the release of journalist Jill Carroll."

Pictures of the reporter then appear on the screen, including one that shows her in an Islamic veil.



http://www.detnews.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20060309/NATION/603090319/1020

This is a very sad case and I say a prayer every night for Ms Carroll that she is still alive and will be released soon................It is a terrible nightmare that she is having to endure...........It further emphasizes the kind of scum we are dealing with in Iraq............
 
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