Days after two Dayton girls were kidnapped, a group that gave faith-based counseling to their abductor before his release from prison was preparing to protect its image. Records released Thursday show that Prison Fellowship vice president Sam Dye sent a statement to the Iowa Department of Corrections that it planned to release ``only if we receive a media inquiry'' about Michael Klunder. Dye said he was sending the statement at the request of their PR folks. A huge search was ongoing for 15-year-old Kathlynn Shepard, whose body was later found. A 12-year-old girl escaped, and Klunder committed suicide.Klunder went through the group's program, called the InnerChange Freedom Initiative. Records show his counselor wrote that Klunder was ``a changed individual with a good opportunity for success.''