There is an interesting compilation of stories from some of the non-U.S. hostages who survived the Algeria terror attack.
JAPAN: One Japanese worker at the plant remains unaccounted for, according to employer JGC.
NORWAY: Five Norwegian employees of Statoil are still missing, the energy company said.
BRITAIN: Two other Britons still missing and feared dead, the UK government said.
UNITED STATES: 3 Americans dead the US has confirmed. A US official said seven American hostages escaped.
MALAYSIA: Two Malaysians are missing, the government says.
PHILIPPINES: Four Filipinos are missing.
Ask yourself this question as you read: “where is the U.S. Press in similar coverage of our guys”? Are they so
interested invested in covering for the failed foreign policy of the Obama administration they cannot bring themselves to report on the most horrific of all terror attacks in recent history?
Bob Whiteside toldSTV that militants ‘lined up four hostages, including his brother’ and executed them.
‘He was executed as the Algerian army went in the first time. They just lined up four and shot them,’ he said. […]
Former Foreign Legion soldier and security chief at the In Amenas plant, Paul Morgan, 46, was the first Briton to be officially identified yesterday and was last night described as a ‘true gentleman who died doing the job he loved’ by his family. […]
Garry Barlow, 49, a married father-of-two from Liverpool, was a system supervisor for BP at the In Amenas plant.
He was forced to wear a bomb vest made of semtex.
He rang his wife Lorraine, 52, and said that he was sitting at his desk with explosives strapped to his chest. He told his wife that his kidnappers would kill him if the Algerian army tried to release him by force.