Author Topic: How Sean Penn helped an American 'prisoner' escape his Bolivian house arrest  (Read 254 times)

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Offline flowers

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State Department official confirms Jacob Ostreicher has left Bolivia
Ostreicher hasn't spoken to his relatives but Sean Penn said that he escaped as part of a 'humanitarian operation' and is receiving medical help
Bolivian government officials said they did not know if he had left country and are now suggesting he was kidnapped or escaped from lax security
Ostreicher spent 18 months in Bolivian jail without charge
He was released to house arrest a year ago after Penn made a public plea

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Who cares what Sean Penn did? :tongue2:
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