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The escort Air rushed past him at incredible speed. The heat was infuriating. Buildings flashed past him as he was being propelled to an unknown location. He shivered at the thought of what they might do to him. He could just imagine it; those of them wanting to torture him, not let him to go. The vehicle came to a halt, the rubber tyres smoking heavily as they came quickly to a standstill. The thin man sighed, almost in fear. The heavy metal door swung open, and checking that the coast was clear, he was told to get out. The two men, who looked like they had stepped out of an action movie stood beside him. ...read more.


He felt himself being pushed forcefully over the blind edge. He was lucky; he thought, not to have fallen as an old, rusty stairwell had been raised there. The descent down the rickety, infirm metal stairs was unpleasant on its own, as the heat could be felt through the skinny soles of his leather shoes, almost causing his feet to roast in the confines. But with the additional weight of the others and the fact he was almost squashed unnerved him a bit. As he thought this he heard a creak, showing that they might collapse any second. He gulped, and continued to move. He finally made it down to level ground, glad he had made it so far. ...read more.


This was a terrible environment, he thought. How could people work, let alone live in conditions such as these? He saw the doors in the distance. He knew he was almost there. The leader looked behind, checking on him, his sunglasses flashing, giving him an indecipherable look. His heart beat could almost have been audible to the people outside. They got closer. Unsure of his fate, he walked towards the ominous doors. Three paces away. He couldn't think straight. The sound of the others feet was driving him slowly insane. Two paces away. The man in front of him opened the door. One pace. Almost there. Fearing what was beyond; he closed his eyes, and waited for it. Light flashed in his now open eyes. He heard many human voices, but was unable to decipher them. "Hello Mr Blair. Welcome to Iraq National Airport." Kai Aucharagram 10KA ...read more.

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