This morning, we all saw journalist Tara Brown for the first time since she was imprisoned in Lebanon.
A man had his hands buried in her blonde hair and he was pushing her towards an open car door. Tara’s head fell forward as she was forced into the car head-first, her hands restrained behind her back.
Four children who are being isolated from the truth about where their mum or dad is.
Four children whose mum or dad went to work at the start of the month and never came home.
We’ve watched events unfold on the edge of our seats. Post continues after video…
For these four children, their mother or father is missing. Gone. Not there at bedtime, not there in the morning. Not there to read books. Not there to settle arguments. Not there for band-aids and baths. Not there to hug and kiss and squeeze and tickle and piggyback and cuddle.
For these four children, their parents, Tara Brown and Ben Williamson, are gone. Just gone.
Tara Brown has two sons, aged 7 and 5. Camera operator Ben Williamson has two daughters, aged 8 and 5.