Faye Turney's letter

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March 28, 2007 19:01
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A copy of the letter allegedly written by captured British sailor Faye Turney Wednesday, provided by the Iranian Embassy in London. Dear Mum & Dad, I am writing to you from Iran where I am being held. I will try to explain to you the best what has happened. We were out in the boats when we were arrested by Iranian forces as we had apparently gone into Iranian waters. I wish we hadn't because then I'd be home with you all right now. I am so sorry we did, because I know we wouldn't be here now if we hadn't. I want you all to know that I am well and safe. I am being well looked after. I am fed three meals a day and have a constant supply of fluids. The people are friendly and hospitable, very compassionate and warm. I have written a letter to the Iranian people to apologize for us entering into their waters. Please don't worry about me, I am staying strong. Hopefully it won't be long until I am home to get ready for Molly's birthday party with a present from the Iranian people. Look after everyone for me, especially Adam and Molly. I love you all more than you will ever know. All my love, Faye

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