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"Our hope, and it's a sad hope, is that... well, I mean we need a tip. That's why we have such a big reward. We just hope that someone is holding her for her child and that we can, you know, get her back with a tip." -- Scott Peterson
Scott Peterson is a writer. He was a Middle East correspondent for the Daily Telegraph but as of 2000 was a staff writer and Moscow bureau chief for the Christian Science Monitor. His book, Me Against My Brother: At War in Somalia, Sudan and Rwanda is an account of his experiences and observations during a decade of reporting from Sub-Saharan Africa. He is also one of only a few journalists to report in depth on the subject of depleted uranium contamination in Iraq.
Total Books: 81
Peterson was injured on his head on 12 July 1993 while in Mogadishu covering a recent US operation against an alleged safe-house. He also carries shrapnel in his arm from Fallujah.