IT’S TIME TO SAVE AUSTIN TICE, JOURNALIST, CAPTAIN, USMC

IT’S TIME TO FREE AUSTIN TICE.

 

It’s approaching three years since Austin Tice was snatched away in Syria.

 

 

Somewhere, there is someone who knows the where Austin Tice is being held.

 

Austin grew up in Houston, Texas.  After attending the University Houston, he was graduated from the Edmund A Walsh School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University in 2002.

 

Austin Bennett Tice during his service in the  United States Marine Corps achieved the rank of Captain.

 

Austin Tice decided to pursue a career in journalism rather than law.  Leaving law school, his award-winning articles led him to Syria.  Tice, like a few special and deeply motivated journalists Sotloff, Vandyke and Foley, he felt it urgent that the Syrian Story be told.

 

Austin Tice was taken August 2012. James Foley was abducted in November that same year.  Steven Sotloff was kidnapped in August 2013.

 

There’s been one video of Austin Tice.  It doesn’t appear that he was taken by ISIS.  Maybe someone somewhere will see this video and pass information along to help locate Austin Tice.

If you are that someone who has been in that part of the world, seen a photograph, and have some indication of its locality or other information, visit one of the sites below to share it.

 

If you have any knowledge of the area, visit the Facebook page, the website to see if there is any information you can give the Tice family to save their son.

 

The Tice family has been active in seeking his release and any information. 

 

Please help free Austin Tice, former Capitan, United States Marine Corps.

                             

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dNdA0q9j040

 

Austin Tice’s Family has a website:

http://www.austinticefamily.com

Contact Page

http://www.austinticefamily.com/contact-us

 

FaceBook Page:

https://www.facebook.com/FREEAustinTice

 

Twitter:

https://twitter.com/FreeAustinTice

 

Wikipedia

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Austin_Tice

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