MCRP 3-02E Terrorism
The Individual's Guide for Understanding and Surviving
1 terrorists are anti-Semitic, so I'm afraid they might kill him." Another is, "I fear for my husband's 2 life because he has a high-security job in the military."
3 Terrorists have been known to carry radios with them so they can listen to the news or to receive 4 further instructions from their superiors. If one of your family members is heard on the news, 5 crying about how they fear for your safety because you are a highly trained killer, know all kinds 6 of top secrets, or are Jewish, they have just singled you out for special attention from your 7 captors.
8 Tell your family members not to grant interviews to the media. If they cannot pass up the chance 9 to be on television, then the only thing they should say is that they hope the terrorists will release 10 the hostages and that the ordeal will be over soon. If not, they may increase the danger to you 11 and prolong your ordeal.