Double Jeopardy

Matt George, one of the tens of thousands of aid workers who headed to Pakistan after it was struck on Oct. 8 by its worst recorded earthquake, is accustomed to harsh conditions. But the American ex-surfer, who took up full-time volunteer work with the International Organization for Migration after he participated in relief efforts following the Asian tsunami and Hurricane Katrina, has found his work especially frustrating in the devastated Neelum Valley, located in the Himalayan mountains in the Pakistani-held portion of disputed Kashmir. After the quake, George, 49, became a familiar figure in the remote valley as he walked trails...

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