Andrew, thank you for reading and responding, it’s much appreciated. I’d heard Onada’s story before as well. A few different times. As I examine it more and more, you hear more things that makes it more incredible. I didn’t want to spend all the time focusing on his 29 years on the island. It’s been done before and his book encapsulates it excellently. I wanted to know what would drive a man to that. I also wanted to know after 29 years of terror, why he was pardoned the way he was — it never made sense to me. Surprisingly, that Japanese TV station’s expose is out there and has been out there. However, I’ve never seen anyone explain it as part of the story.