Jailing made Colombian relive kidnapping trauma

In this Aug. 30, 2012 photo, former regional lawmaker Sigifredo Lopez gestures during an interview at his home in Cali, Colombia. Prosecutors ordered Lopez freed from house arrest on Aug. 14, three months after ordering him jailed for allegedly helping leftist rebels plan the kidnapping of 11 colleagues who were later killed. Lopez had also been kidnapped by rebels of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, FARC, in the 2002 raid on the regional assembly in Cali. (AP Photo/Juan Bautista Diaz)Sigifredo Lopez personally paid the cost of Colombia's bloody civil war when he was kidnapped by rebels along with 11 other legislators, held captive for seven years and became famous as the lone survivor of a notorious massacre of his captive colleagues.