Thursday, June 30, 2005

Stockholm Syndrome? Think Again.

Ulf Hjertström was kidnapped by "insurgents" in Iraq on March 25, and was released on May 30. The Swede hired bounty hunters to track down and eliminate his former captors.
"I have now put some people to work to find these bastards," he told the Ten Network today. "I invested about $50,000 so far and we will get them one by one."
According to Hjertström, two of the kidnappers have already been found. From the Stockholm Spectator Blog:
When asked to elaborate on the fate of the purportedly captured men, the Swede says he “hasn’t inquired” but has his “suspicions.”