Jonathon Cote
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Jonathon Cote

On Nov. 16, 2006, five security contractors -- four Americans and an Austrian -- were abducted near the southern Iraqi city of Basra. Two weeks earlier, three of the Americans had spoken with Washington Post reporter Steve Fainaru about their high-risk roles in Iraq. Jonathon Cote, told of his experience as a contractor in Iraq. Video by Steve Fainaru/Post, Editor: Jacqueline Refo/post.com

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