Former Taliban hostage Joshua Boyle jailed after arrest on assault charges in Canada

Former Taliban hostage Joshua Boyle was charged Monday in Canada with 15 criminal offenses including multiple allegations of assault since he arrived home with his American wife and three children in October following five years of captivity in Pakistan.
0:28 | 01/03/18

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Transcript for Former Taliban hostage Joshua Boyle jailed after arrest on assault charges in Canada
That Canadian man who was held hostage with his American wife for five years in Afghanistan well he is now under arrest and facing some serious charges. Joshua Boyle is accused of sexual assault unlawful confinement and other offenses. Allegedly committed after he was rescued from the Taliban along with his wife and three children who were born in captivity. No other details about the charges or the victims have been released his wife says the trauma he was forced to endure has affected his mental state.

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