Parents of rescued US hostage angry at son-in-law

The parents of an American woman freed with her family after five years of captivity say they are elated, but also angry at their son-in law for taking their daughter to Afghanistan.
1:48 | 10/13/17

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When I heard that they work. Okay and meetings. Stance. The consent. Mine. Such feeling. Great fondness aria. Boy that's good news. Out of the hands of those guys and the threat of death and torture. Mean whatever else they might have done to over. Warning kids. I didn't care. Willing to kill us. Well I can say is. You know taking your pregnant wife. To a very dangerous place to me and and and the kind of person that I am it's unconscionable I can't imagine doing them myself. I think that's all I want to say about that. Yeah. Through. I don't know what five years in captivity would do to somebody. People want me. And I saw you know US aircraft and US soldiers have been running toward. Okay.

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