Marisa Schultz has an amazing story in today's Detroit News.
It's about Mustafa Gheriani of Fenton, Michigan.
Gheriani is a U.S. citizen, but was born in Benghazi, Libya.
Last February, Gheriani traveled to Benghazi for a family wedding. The revolution broke out and Gheriani found himself speaking to western reporters on behalf of the Libyan rebels. From the article:
He reported scenes from the front lines, casualties and acknowledged the rag-tag limitations of the rebel army against Gadhafi's iron-fist regime. He worked tirelessly with a cadre of international reporters with one goal: "Libya news stayed on the front page."
Gheriani didn't mince words when talking to the press. Gadhafi's "hands are tainted with blood and we will not talk to him," Gheriani told the Associated Press in March.
Back home in Fenton, when his wife saw those words she thought, "'he's a dead man."