He suffered brutal beatings, harsh work in labor camps with 1 tablespoon of rice a day which is slavery. There was even a rumor he had been fed to alligators which was not true but was how his brother died.
This was in today's The New York Times obit section with a video link www.nytimes.com/obits
On the front page are striking photos and another heartbreaking report "Tracking a Marine Lost at Home"...again the article evokes tears. Also on the news the heart wrenching news for a family their hope their son is live is smashed...he was executed so on the tv I see a Marine lost at war.
Tracking a Marine Lost at Home - New York Times
Tracking a Marine Lost at Home. Chip Litherland for The New York Times .... Granted, he died doing what he loved. But I was the one that led him to it.” ...
www.nytimes.com/2008/03/31/us/31war.html?ex=1364616000& en=c73d31a4371d2dc4&ei=5090&partner=rs... - Similar pages