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Ex-Marine Jon Hammar Back in U.S. After Release from Mexican Prison

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Post by csd9013 Sat 22 Dec 2012, 3:35 pm

Here is the 1:00p ET update from Fox News correspondent Dominic Di-Natale on former U.S. Marine Jon Hammar Jr., who was released from a Mexican prison late Friday. Hammar, 27, had been held for four months after being arrested at the border when he declared that he was carrying an antique rifle.

Hammar is now in Brownsville, Texas, with his family, just across the border. His parents, however, say they are concerned about his health, with his mother describing him as “very sick.” He may have to go to the emergency room because of possible bronchitis.

Di-Natale said the family is not planning any media appearances until after Hammar is well enough to return to their Florida home. Hammar, a combat veteran who served in Iraq, suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder even before his imprisonment in Mexico.

Here is the latest report from FoxNews.com.

The ordeal for Jon Hammar Jr., who languished under deplorable conditions in a violent Mexican prison for four months, is finally over.

Jon Hammar Sr. has confirmed that his 27-year-old son, a Marine combat veteran, is back on U.S. soil and with him in a rented car in Brownsville, Texas.

Hammar Sr. said his son was released from the notorious CEDES prison at 8 p.m. local time and made it back across the bridge between Matamoros, Mexico and Brownsville, Texas by around 8:30 p.m.

The ex-Marine, who was arrested at the same border crossing Aug. 13 after attempting to declare an antique shotgun, was suffering from a stomach virus, his father told Fox News as he and his son drove from the border looking for a hotel to spend the night.

“We’re both tired and at our wits end,” Hammar Sr. said. “We’re glad he’s out of there.”

His son declined interviews.

http://foxnewsinsider.com/2012/12/22/update-ex-marine-jon-hammar-back-in-u-s-after-release-from-mexican-prison-family-concerned-about-his-health/

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