At the start of the week, Caitlan Coleman gave an interview to the Star, discussing her time in captivity. Coleman and her husband, Canadian Joshua Boyle, were abducted in 2012, while on an ‘adventure trip‘ through Afghanistan. Coleman was pregnant at the time of their abduction and has since given birth to three children.
If you have been following the case and/or abduction in the AfPak region, this article is well worth a read. For more coverage of the case, please click here.
From the Star –
In first sit-down interview, Caitlan Coleman tells of forced abortion, disputes official account of her rescue in Pakistan
Coleman spoke to the Star Monday alone on the grounds of Ottawa’s Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario, as her husband cared for their sons, who are 4 and 2.
All three of her children, including her months-old daughter, who slept in her lap for part of the interview, have been undergoing tests at the hospital and still adapting to a life free from captivity, which includes trips to a playground on the property. Coleman was also receiving medical attention but said she had been recovering.
Please click here to read the full interview.
|Like what you read? Sign up here for our free Daily Updates.
We also send out a Weekly K+R Update, bundling together all the kidnap, ransom and extortion news of the week in one easy to read newsletter. (Same form – options at the end.)
Other ways to stay up to date: