Dr. Dilip Joseph, who was rescued by a group of a Navy SEAL Team 6 operators in Afghanistan after being held hostage by Taliban militants, in Colorado Springs, Colo., Dec. 17, 2014. Joseph claims that one of his captors had been safely subdued before later being fatally shot by SEALs, whose activities have spurred recurring concerns about excessive killings and civilian deaths.
Dr. Dilip Joseph, who was rescued by a group of a Navy SEAL Team 6 operators in Afghanistan after being held hostage by Taliban militants, in Colorado Springs, Colo., Dec. 17, 2014. Joseph claims that one of his captors had been safely subdued before later being fatally shot by SEALs, whose activities have spurred recurring concerns about excessive killings and civilian deaths. The New York Times BY LESLYE DAVIS
Dr. Dilip Joseph, who was rescued by a group of a Navy SEAL Team 6 operators in Afghanistan after being held hostage by Taliban militants, in Colorado Springs, Colo., Dec. 17, 2014. Joseph claims that one of his captors had been safely subdued before later being fatally shot by SEALs, whose activities have spurred recurring concerns about excessive killings and civilian deaths. The New York Times BY LESLYE DAVIS

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