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March 5, 1992 | BOB DROGIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The sound is scratchy and the video a little shaky, but there's no mistaking the toothy grin and deep baritone voice of Arvey Duane Drown, America's least-known political hostage. "As you can see, I'm still breathing," he says slowly. "And the reports of my death are in error. About my being alive, I'm alive." He pauses, then pleads with a nervous laugh, "So do what you have to do, boys. Get me out of here!"
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March 5, 1992 | BOB DROGIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The sound is scratchy and the video a little shaky, but there's no mistaking the toothy grin and deep baritone voice of Arvey Duane Drown, America's least-known political hostage. "As you can see, I'm still breathing," he says slowly. "And the reports of my death are in error. About my being alive, I'm alive." He pauses, then pleads with a nervous laugh, "So do what you have to do, boys. Get me out of here!"
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