Is there no end to his evil?
Aijalon Mahli Gomes, the American held in North Korea since January, reunited with his family here Friday after flying in with former President Jimmy Carter.
A day after Mr. Carter secured his release in Pyongyang, the North Korean capital, Mr. Gomes stepped off a private plane at Logan International Airport at about 2 p.m. and was immediately surrounded by more than a dozen relatives who enveloped him in a group hug.
Neither Mr. Gomes nor Mr. Carter spoke with reporters upon arriving, and it was unclear if or when either man would share details of Mr. Gomes’s detainment and release. Mr. Gomes, 31, quickly left the airport with his family, but in a statement, the family thanked Mr. Carter and others involved in his release and asked for privacy.