Lynch, Jessica; Gibbs, Nancy; Stengel, Richard
November 2003
Time;11/17/2003, Vol. 162 Issue 20, p34
Presents an interview with former prisoner of war, Jessica Lynch of Palestine, West Virginia. Her fears, hopes and heroes; Her impressions of Iraq, the ambush and her ordeal in an Iraqi hospital.


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