For eight terrifying days in March 2003, Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Matt McAllester and four other Westerners were imprisoned in Saddam Hussein’s most horrible prison in Iraq. He tells the story of his ordeal and the lessons for those trying to rebuild Iraq.


  • Matthew McAllester United Nations Bureau Chief and Foreign Correspondent for Newsday and author of "Beyond the Mountains of the Damned: The War Inside Kosovo."

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