A Somalian man found guilty in the kidnapping of Amanda Lindhout has been sentenced to 15 years in prison. The post Amanda Lindhout kidnapper sentenced to 15 years in prison appeared first on NEWS 1130. (Date:06/19/2018 00:08) Read full article >>

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Amanda Lindhout: Amanda Lindhout is a Canadian humanitarian and former journalist. In 2008, she and members of her entourage were kidnapped by Islamist insurgents in southern Somalia. She was released 15 months later on November 25, 2009, and has since embarked on a philanthropic career.
- Amanda Lindhout Wikipedia