American Hostage To Be Released From Venezuelan Prison After Two Years' Captivity

Published on 26 May 2018, 20:19
A Venezuelan prison will be freeing an American hostage and his wife after two years. According to Business Insider, hostage Josh Holt is from Utah. He's been in prison since 2016 after traveling to Venezuela to marry his wife Thamy, whom he met online. Holt was arrested when police said they found him stockpiling weapons. Earlier this month, Holt made headlines when he posted a video to Facebook pleading for help from President DonaldTrump and American people to get him out of the Caracas prison. Trump made the announcement Saturday, and Utah Sen. Orrin Hatch posted a statement that detailed "two years of hard work" that went into securing the Holts' release.

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