Mr. Frank Jackson of Bolton in the north-west of England, talked on Saturday (9 January)?
SV Ambassador's brother being interviewed.
SCU Ambassador's brother interviewed (SOF)
TRANSCRIPT: SEQS. 1 & 2: REPORTER: "What sort of a man is your brother, how would you describe his temperament?"
MR. FRANK JACKSON: "I should say he is calm, usually relaxed. He had a good memory."
REPORTER: "Is he a resilient man, do you think he could stand up well to a period of captivity?"
MR. FRANK JACKSON: "Yes, I think he could. He reads a lot, he writes, and he could draw upon that sort of material."
Initials CM/BOB/BB/0132 CM/BOB/0144
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Background: Mr. Frank Jackson of Bolton in the north-west of England, talked on Saturday (9 January) about his brother Geoffrey, the British Ambassador in Uruguay kidnapped on Friday (8 January) in Montevideo.
Mr. Geoffrey Jackson, aged 55, was snatched as he drove from his home to the British Embassy--latest captive of Uruguay's Tupamaro guerrillas, and the first senior British diplomat to fall victim in the current wave of political kidnappings.