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USS Pueblo Commander Released by North Korea

The Navy spy ship USS Pueblo was captured off the coast of North Korea in January, 1968. Imprisoned and tortured for 11 months, Cmdr. Lloyd "Pete" Bucher and his crew were released only after he signed a statement conceding that the ship was spying on North Korea. Cmdr. Bucher, who returned to a critical nation, speaks publicly about the experience.

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    The Navy spy ship USS Pueblo was captured off the coast of North Korea in January, 1968. Imprisoned and tortured for 11 months, Cmdr. Lloyd "Pete" Bucher and his crew were released only after he signed a statement conceding that the ship was spying on North Korea. Cmdr. Bucher, who returned to a critical nation, speaks publicly about the experience.

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