Milulski Releases Statement About Death of Rockville Resident Warren Weinstein
U.S. Senator Barbara Mikulski issued the following statement, today, about the death of Rockville resident Warren Weinstein, who was taken hostage by terrorists from his residence in Pakistan in 2011:
“I was truly heartbroken to learn of the news of Warren Weinstein’s death. I, along with several of my colleagues in the Maryland delegation, have worked closely with the Weinstein family in an effort to find Dr. Weinstein and reunite him with his loved ones. His wife, Elaine, and daughters, Jen and Alisa, are brave beyond measure. I hope that we can all respect their need for privacy at this time.
“Dr. Weinstein dedicated his life to improving the conditions of others all around the world and his legacy is truly immeasurable. His humanitarian service, and that of Mr. Lo Porto, stands in stark and shining contrast to the depravity of their captors. I extend my sincere condolences to the family of Mr. Lo Porto of our great ally Italy as well.
“Moving forward, I have many questions about how this tragedy occurred, and I urge a comprehensive U.S. Government review of the case as soon as possible.”
Following the announcement by White House officials on April 23rd that American humanitarian aid worker Warren Weinstein, who was abducted more than three and a half years ago in Pakistan, has died in captivity during a U.S. counterterrorism operation, Elaine Weinstein issued the following statement on behalf of the family: “On behalf of myself, our […]
U.S. Senator Ben Cardin released the following statement in response to the deaths of Marylander Warren Weinstein and Italian national Giovanni Lo Porto. Weinstein was kidnapped by al-Qaeda while serving as a contractor in Pakistan for the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). “My thoughts and prayers are with the families of Dr. Warren […]
President Obama addressed the American people this morning regarding a U.S. counterterrorism operation this past January that resulted in the tragic deaths of two hostages, Dr. Warren Weinstein, a Rockville resident, and Giovanni Lo Porto, an Italian national. Watch it here: The White House’s Press Secretary also released the following statement: “It is with tremendous […]
The White House announced today that Warren Weinstein, who had been held hostage by al-Qa’ida, was killed earlier this year. Weinstein, a Montgomery County resident, was captured in Pakistan in 2011. U.S. Rep. John Delaney has released the following statement about the loss of Weinstein: “The loss of Warren is devastating, a tragic event that […]
U.S. Senator Barbara Mikulski issued the following statement, today, about the death of Rockville resident Warren Weinstein, who was taken hostage by terrorists from his residence in Pakistan in 2011: “I was truly heartbroken to learn of the news of Warren Weinstein’s death. I, along with several of my colleagues in the Maryland delegation, have […]