Lois Fraley, Former Arizona Department of Corrections Officer, Recounts 15-Day Ordeal As Prison Hostage on Investigation Discovery

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Hostage: Do or Die premiers tonight at 8 p.m. on Investigation Discovery

Lois Fraley, a former Arizona Department of Corrections officer, spent 15 days in early 2004 as a hostage inside a tower at the Lewis Prison Complex in Buckeye -- the longest prison standoff in the nation's history.

Tonight at 8 p.m., her story will be featured on the premier of Hostage: Do Or Die, a new television series on Investigation Discovery.

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Watch a preview of the show.

The single mom and her now 12-year-old daughter talk about the ordeal,
and Fraley describes moments of terror -- and even frustrations with the
negotiators over ... a sandwich.

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Shooter McGaven
Shooter McGaven

Poor lady, I remember her being brave and doing the best job she could with a nightmare situation. I think Ms. Fraley has a lot to be proud of, and carried herself with professionalism and courage. I also remember the state fucking up their response, as per usual. Best wishes to Ms. Fraley.

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