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Family says Minnesotan is among those captured in Iraq
Cat : Democracy & H-Rights
Date : 2006-11-18 11:30:34                      Reader : 321

detainees, torture then , abuse then, even ripped of their clothes, staying naked in front of U.S. troops . What a civilization of Red Indians of America . It is a deep decline of U.S. civilization that marks its end soon.

 

Google News 18/11/2006

Family says Minnesotan is among those captured in Iraq


MINNEAPOLIS - A former St. Louis Park police officer is among the civilians believed captured in southern Iraq today.

Family members told K-S-T-P T-V and the Star Tribune that 39-year-old Paul Reuben was among those captured.

His brother, Patrick Reuben, says the U.S. State Department called him at 3:15 p.m. today and told him the news.

Patrick Reuben says he called Crescent Security Group, which confirmed the hijacking. Paul Reuben had been in Iraq for about two years, working as a security officer for the company.

Patrick Reuben says he was told that shots were fired but that no one was injured, and that some of the hostages were released immediately.

Paul Reuben had worked for eight or nine years as a police officer in St. Louis Park. He left that job in 2003.

Paul Reuben has twin 16-year-old daughters.

 


 
 
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