Journal 3 - Journal 3 Mr. Mortenson ventured into...

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Journal 3 Mr. Mortenson ventured into Waziristan thinking it to be a misunderstood race that lived in highly inhospitable environment. He also knew that they were tough and were able to defend themselves against the toughest of enemies. It was probably this environment that made them so tough and able. It really shocked me when I read that some of the people of the place had taken Mr. Mortenson hostage and kept him in less than livable conditions. He was kept in a little room with a thin pad and a blanket, the room was guarded my armed guards. Mr. Mortenson was unsure of why he was being kept locked up. He also saw a Time magazine on the floor that detailed the Iran Hostage Crisis in 1979; it did not make him feel any better. Mr. Mortenson became afraid and depressed, completely unaware of what fate awaited him. Though we do not know why the Wazir militants kidnapped Mortenson, it could have been many reasons, the two most probable reasons were that they either thought he was an American spy or they were threatened by a
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This note was uploaded on 08/21/2009 for the course ENGL 106 taught by Professor Ceyhan during the Spring '08 term at Purdue University.

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Journal 3 - Journal 3 Mr. Mortenson ventured into...

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