Friday, July 08, 2005

One of UK bombers recently released from Gitmo?

According to Northeast Intelligence Network, "'one of the bombers who is believed to be involved in this attack was recently released from the prison at Guantanamo, Cuba.' The source did not elaborate about how the suspect was reportedly identified so early, although suggested he was onboard bus 30 that exploded outside of the British Medical Association at 9:47 local time."

If this is true, Senators Kennedy, Turban -- er -- Durbin, et al. among the dhimmi have a lot to answer for. "Gulag" my Aunt Frances.


(Hat tip: Kate McMillan at Western Standard )(and a severe slap on the wrist to me, for not mentioning immediately that I'd have never found the McMillan piece without first tracking down The Econoclast's excellent site after he linked me. Where were my manners? Many thanks!)

2 comments:

mauser*girl said...

I think I read in a study recently that a large percentage of people released from Gitmo were captured on the battlefield again later. Which brings up the question, what are we going to do with them? If we release them, they just go back to bombing people...

leucanthemum b said...

There is always the "catch-and-release-and-shoot-them-in-the-back-trying-to-escape" system... It seems to have worked well in southern states' criminal justice systems, when I was a kid...

The nice thing about that method is the low recidivism rate.

Of course, you have all that paperwork to do, to explain why so many keep getting past the guards, but I'm sure somebody could figure out a shortcut on that, too.
;-)