Travel, computers, study, photography, Warren Rodwell, kidnap, ransom, terrorism, Abu Sayyaf, Mindanao, Australia, Philippines,
An expatriate English-native-speaker, Warren Rodwell lived in Asia for most of this century, and taught at government universities in the People's Republic of China. Warren has also written for and edited hard copy magazines. So far, he has travelled United Kingdom, Europe, the Middle East, Asia, Oceania, and South America. From 5th December 2011 until 23rd March 2013, he was kidnapped by Islamic terrorist extremists in the southern Philippines. At 472 days, Warren Rodwell is the longest held Australian captive [for the least amount paid (less than 5% of the original demand)] outside of war time. Please Google or check Facebook, LinkedIn or Twitter for more information. NON FICTION BOOK (Biography) by Bob East PhD : " 472 Days Captive of the Abu Sayyaf - The Survival of Australian Warren Rodwell " (Cambridge Scholars Publishing - United Kingdom 2014)
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