Zamboanga Siege Hostage : Last human shield victim interview




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Published on Sep 27, 2013

"I was supposed to be released but some one grabbed me back to help wounded MNLF escape." LH said.

During the interview he said except from having been used as human shield they were treated well. "Malik (referring to the leader Habier Malik) was silent, I never saw him use cellphone. He was not the kind that starts a conversation" he recalled.

In psychiatry, when hostages or kidnap victims become sympathetic of their captor or captors they are said to be suffering a so called Stockholm Syndrome. And LH could be one.


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