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Freed Venezuela prisoner Josh Holt describes ‘horrible’ conditions he endured

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After being held nearly two years in one of Venezuela’s most notorious prisons, Josh Holt joins TODAY exclusively along with his wife and his parents. He describes brutal conditions and efforts to force his wife to speak against him. He admits that after his ordeal, the sight of many police officers as he arrived in the U.S. made him anxious until he realized they were there to protect him.