“He was standing in a clearing, battered, surrounded by guerrillas with guns, and digging a large hole. ‘You are going to see him die,’ a rebel told her. Then he offered her his gun and said, ‘If you shoot him, you can go home to your children.’ Ana refused. ‘I couldn’t speak,” she told me. ‘I shook my head.’ The rebels shot Ruby, and his body fell sideways into the hole. Then they turned to her. She was sure that they were going to kill her, too, and tried to picture her children’s faces before she died. Instead, they told her that they were hungry. ‘Do you know how to make tortillas?’ one asked.” The New Yorker: A Victim of Terrorism Faces Deportation for Helping Terrorists.