Linda and Patrick Boyle, parents of Joshua Boyle leave their home to speak with the media in Smiths Falls, Ontario, Thursday, Oct. Canadian Joshua Boyle, his American wife Caitlan Coleman, and their three young children have been released after years held captive by a group that has ties to the Taliban and is considered a terrorist organization by the United States.
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“My children have seen their mother defiled,” Coleman read from a script. Their rescue was likely to finally lead to some resolution of the mystery surrounding their capture and extended imprisonment. It wasn’t clear when or if they would return to the United States.
On Thursday, the family — including a third child, born since the video’s release — was free, according to the U. Nearly two dozen westerners are believed to be detained by Taliban affiliates, although the couple’s plight had been among the most chronicled. Coleman, of Stewartstown, and Boyle, son of a Canadian judge, and their children — two boys and a girl — were reportedly at the U. “They’ve been essentially living in a hole for five years,” White House Chief of Staff John Kelly said in a briefing.
Through the years, videos and letters trickled out from their captors: Coleman and Boyle begging for freedom and for “money, power and friends” for the Haqqani network holding them prisoner.
In the last, chilling video, released in December, two of the couple’s children, both born in captivity, appeared on screen.
The US threatened to launch a Bin Laden-style SEAL Team 6 raid in Pakistan to free an American woman and her family held as hostages in the country.
Caitlan Coleman, 31, her Canadian partner Joshua Boyle, 34, and their three children were rescued Wednesday, five years after the couple was abducted in neighboring Afghanistan on a backpacking trip.
Pictured, Caitlan Coleman with her Canadian husband Joshua Boyle and two of their children America's top diplomat in Pakistan, Ambassador David Hale, warned his host country that the US was prepared to invade Pakistan just like in 2011 when they killed Bin Laden and within hours the family was located and rescued in Kurram, 165 miles across the border from Kabul where the couple was kidnapped in 2012.
Residents in Kurram said they had seen drones flying above them for days before the rescue.
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