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The Untold Story Of Terry Waite, Communion Affairs Assistant For The Archbishop of Canterbury, Hostage Negotiator And Then Himself Taken Hostage By Members Of Various Clans Of Islamic Jihad And Hezbollah During The Lebanon Hostage Crisis, And His Involvement With Colonel Oliver North, National Security Council Staff Member During The Iran-Contra Scandal, Who In The Mid-1980s Persued His Secret Arms-For-Hostage Deals In The Middle East While Using The Humanitarian Missions Of Terry Waite As A Decoy To Provide Cover For North's Operations. Was Terry Waite Duped? Was Waite Used By The U.S. Government In Its Effort To Achieve Freedom For U.S. Hostages? An Investigative Documentary Report Special, Presented In The Highest DVD Quality MPG Video Format Of 9.1 MBPS As An Archival Quality All Regions Format DVD, MP4 Video Download Or USB Flash Drive! (Color, November 26, 1991, 60 Minutes.) #TerryWaite #OliverNorth #LebanonHostageCrisis #ArmsForHostages #IranContra #IranContraScandal #IranContraAffair #DVD #VideoDownload #MP4 #USBFlashDrive
May 31, 1939: Terry Waite, English humanitarian and author, is born Terence Hardy Waite in Bollington, Cheshire, North West England. Terence Hardy Waite CBE was the Assistant for Anglican Communion Affairs for the then Archbishop of Canterbury, Robert Runcie, in the 1980s. As an envoy for the Church of England, he travelled to Lebanon as hostage negotiator to try to secure the release of four hostages, including the journalist John McCarthy. He was then himself taken hostage, kidnapped by members of various clans of Islamic Jihad and Hezbollah during the Lebanon Hostage Crisis and was held captive from 1987 to 1991. His credibility as a trustworthy negotiator was compromised by his involvement with U.S. Colonel Oliver North, National Security Council staff member during the Iran-Contra Scandal, who in the mid-1980s persued his secret arms-for-hostage deals in the Middle East while using the humanitarian missions of Terry Waite as a decoy to provide cover for North's operations. After his release he wrote Taken on Trust, a book about his experiences, and became involved in humanitarian causes and charitable work.