In this July 25, 2003, picture, Marc Gonsalves, center, is comforted by Keith Stansell, left, and Tom Howes, partially seen at right, at an undisclosed place in southern Colombia on Friday, July 25, 2003, as he watches a videotaped message made by his mother, Jo Rosano.
In this July 25, 2003, picture, Marc Gonsalves, center, is comforted by Keith Stansell, left, and Tom Howes, partially seen at right, at an undisclosed place in southern Colombia on Friday, July 25, 2003, as he watches a videotaped message made by his mother, Jo Rosano. Jorge Enrique Botero ASSOCIATED PRESS
In this July 25, 2003, picture, Marc Gonsalves, center, is comforted by Keith Stansell, left, and Tom Howes, partially seen at right, at an undisclosed place in southern Colombia on Friday, July 25, 2003, as he watches a videotaped message made by his mother, Jo Rosano. Jorge Enrique Botero ASSOCIATED PRESS

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