Journalist Jill Carroll was released by her Iraqi captors this morning. As reported in the WaPo:
"I was treated very well. That's important people know that," she said in an interview broadcast by the Iraqi Islamic Party. "They never said they would hit me, never threatened me in any way. …"Well, they threatened to kill her, actually. But apparently not to her face.
And, as Charles Johnson comments: "Her interpreter, murdered during the kidnapping, was not available for comment."
We'll see what she says when she's safely out of the country, I suppose.