Freed Hiker Sarah Shourd's First National Television Interview
September 21, 2010
An Oprah Show Exclusive: Freed Hiker Sarah Shourd's First National Television Interview on The Oprah Winfrey Show Thursday, September 23.
CHICAGO, IL — In her first national television interview, freed hiker Sarah Shourd is speaking out about being held captive as a prisoner in Iran for 410 days, largely in solitary confinement, her pleas to end the detention of her fiancé, Shane Bauer, and their friend Josh Fattal and the events that made her recent release possible in an Oprah Show exclusive Thursday, September 23, 2010. Joined in-studio by her mother, Nora Shourd, Cindy Hickey (Shane's mother) and Laura Fattal (Josh's mother), the former prisoner reveals how she's coping under the strain of being at the center of an intense international story and talks about the continued efforts to reunite her fellow hikers with their families.
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