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  • Flight crew was in progress of pushing ammo out of cargo door on wooden pallets when A/C was hit while still on the runway, by Viet Cong launching mortar rounds disabling A/C. Captors

    Heroes or Villains?

  • The ruse worked: Captors became even scarcer; within a few hours, a single young minder was assigned to him, and the runaway soon slipped off—eventually making it to a Quaker community in Pennsylvania, where he began work as a free man.

    Eloquence And Abolition

  • Captors and captive examined each other with interest for long minutes.

    A Corridor in the Asylum

  • Captors broke his back and shattered his leg trying to make him talk.

    Torture And Torment

  • The Captors (a unique take on the kidnapping trope); and Shatter (the aftermath of a murder with so many twists you read the book in awe); Dragonfly (a bemused take on the redemption of a con artist and the genuine evil of a politician); Soon She Will be Gone (a dark perverse take on a brother going after the man who kidnapped her, a prominent architect whose pastime is killing women).

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • The Captors (a unique take on the kidnapping trope); and Shatter (the aftermath of a murder with so many twists you read the book in awe); Dragonfly (a bemused take on the redemption of a con artist and the genuine evil of a politician); Soon She Will be Gone (a dark perverse take on a brother going after the man who kidnapped her, a prominent architect whose pastime is killing women).

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  • Captors tricked into releasing 15 hostages held for years.

    CNN Transcript Jul 3, 2008

  • Our Captors by Patrick on Sunday, Dec 9, 2007 at 4: 48: 48 PM

    OpEdNews - Quicklink: Honoring the Man Who Saved the World

  • As I work at a TV station that shows Yu-Gi-Oh (and Pokemon, and Card Captors, etc) I consider this a form of pennace.

    Star Wars as a Thesis

  • ALAN JOHNSTON, BBC REPORTER: Captors tell me very promising negotiations were ruined when the Hamas movement and the British government decided to press for a military solution to this kidnapping, and the situation is now very serious.

    CNN Transcript Jun 25, 2007

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