“During my last night of captivity, my captors forced me to participate in a propaganda video…They told me they would let me go if I cooperated. I was living in a threatening environment, under their control, and wanted to go home alive. I agreed…The people who kidnapped me and murdered Alan Enwiya are criminals at best…I was, and remain, deeply angry with the people who did this.”
American journalist Jill Carroll, held hostage by Iraqi insurgents for the past 3 months, contradicting a video she made before release complimenting her captors.  When safe at the American Military base in Germany April 2, 2006, she made the statement above, read by Richard Bergenheim, editor of The Christian Science Monitor.