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American Pastor Andrew Brunson has been released and allowed to return to his homeLet it be clear, I am in prison, not for anything that I have done wrong, but because of who I am – a Christian pastor,” said Brunson while in confinement. “I desperately miss my wife and children. Yet, I believe this to be true – it is an honor to suffer for Jesus Christ as many have before me. My deepest thanks to all those around the world who are standing with me and praying for me”
Alice Marie Johnson served 21 years for as a first-time drug offender before President Donald Trump commuted her sentence on June 6. The Commercial Appeal, “I’m going to make President Trump so proud”
Aya Hijazi and her husband Mohamed Hassanein, set up the Belady Foundation in 2013 to aid street children, They were acquitted last Sunday of child abuse and trafficking charges which had been dismissed by US officials as bogus.
Caitlan Coleman, of the Stewartstown area, and her husband, Joshua Boyle, a Canadian, were released in October after five years being held by Taliban-linked militants in Afghanistan and Pakistan.
UCLA basketball players LiAngelo Ball, Cody Riley and Jalen Hill, were arrested and detained for shoplifting at a local Louis Vuitton department store, stealing sunglasses. For their alleged crimes, the players were reportedly facing up to 10 years in a Chinese prison, but Trump intervened. During the president’s first state visit to China, Trump brought up the issue in talks with Chinese President Xi, who promised to look into the situation.
Kim Dong-Chul, Kim Hak-Song and Kim Sang-Duk, Kim Dong-Chil a South Korean-born US citizen, was the longest-serving detainee among the three the former Virginia resident publicly apologised for slandering North Korea’s leadership, Sang-Duk aka Tony Kim taught accounting at the Pyongyang University of Science and Technology, which has been the only privately funded college in North Korea since its founding in 2010 with donations from Christian groups, Kim Hak-Song worked in agricultural development at an experimental farm run by the Pyongyang University of Science and Technology.
Mr. Joshua Holt and his wife Thamy Holt had been imprisoned in Venezuela for two years “I’m just so grateful for what you guys have done, and for thinking about me, and caring about me, just a normal person,” he added. “It really touches me.”
Portuguese-American Sabrina De Sousa, a former CIA agent, was arrested and detained in Portugal in 2015 after being convicted in absentia in 2009 of kidnapping. De Sousa was sentenced to four years in prison for her alleged involvement in the kidnapping of radical Muslim cleric Osama Mustafa Hassan Nasr, also known as Abu Omar, in Milan, Italy, in 2003. Although De Sousa argued she played no part in the abduction, failed appeals had her on the fast track to becoming the first American intelligence official to serve jail time for a role in former President George W. Bush’s administration’s “War on Terror.”
Sandy Phan-Gillis, Texas businesswoman Sandy Phan-Gillis in 2015 on charges of espionage and held her for two years without a public trial. Her husband, Jeff Gillis, insisted the allegations were “absolutely false.” He pleaded with the Obama administration to bring her home. While the administration pressed Beijing on the issue, it was ultimately unable to secure her release.
Otto Warmbier Untold Story of an American Hero, Otto grew up the eldest child of a Republican family. He was one of those special young people we praise as all-American. At a top-ranked Ohio high school, he boasted the second-best grades. He was also a math whiz and a gifted soccer player and swimmer. And as if it weren’t enough that he was prom king, his peers also anointed him with the plastic crown at homecoming.
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The United States Military Academy at West Point has appointed the first African-American superintendent in its 216-year history, Darryl A. Williams is a United States Army lieutenant general who currently serves as the 60th Superintendent of the United States Military Academy.
Lt. Gen. Darryl A. Williams, a 1983 U.S. Military Academy graduate who has held high-ranking Army posts in Europe and Asia, will become the first black officer to command West Point in its 216-year history, academy officials announced Friday.
Williams will assume command as the academy’s 60th superintendent during a ceremony Monday morning in West Point’s Jefferson Hall, school officials said.
The native of Alexandria, Virginia, has served as the deputy chief of staff for the U.S. Army in Europe and the deputy commanding general for support for the 2nd Infantry Division in South Korea. Most recently Williams was commander of NATO’s Allied Land Command, based in Turkey.
West Point, founded in 1802 along the west bank of the Hudson River 50 miles (80 kilometers) north of New York City, didn’t graduate its first black cadet until the Reconstruction era in 1877. No black cadet had graduated in the 20th century when Benjamin O. Davis Jr. arrived in there in 1932.
Davis ate alone, roomed alone and was shunned by fellow cadets because he was black. After graduating in 1936, he went on to command the Tuskegee Airmen during World War II and retired as an Air Force general in 1970. West Point recently named its newest cadet barracks for Davis.
The academy recently announced that the more than 1,200-member incoming class of 2020 includes 186 African-Americans.