Kenji Goto's Friend Fears for Life of Japanese ISIS Hostage

Toshi Maeda calls his friend and colleague Kenji Goto a brave journalist who felt a responsibility to give voice to the voiceless.
1:12 | 01/28/15

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Transcript for Kenji Goto's Friend Fears for Life of Japanese ISIS Hostage
Over the last twenty years he is basically covered every single major conflict in the world. He the professional. Pool he felt responsible. Cutie go to Syria and cover what's going on them after US AUS cast cast wax. And report to the world what he has seen as very non western journalist. As many as 680000. People who. From Syria have toured and seeing as Islamic state started at thanking their hometown. His youngest daughter was born and to three weeks. Before Hughes left four Syria this time. He need to turn in that. Well in you know he would be bedding that's as. But actually you he was saying that he would be seeking support from iasis alike it's a racist please you know. Be careful and just come back safely I really hope that. I can you come back safely. We that that same. Nice smile.

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