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Friday, May 11, 2012

Iraq Releases American-Murdering Hezbollah Terrorist

An Iraqi court recently ruled that Ali Musa Daqduq, a Lebanese Hezbollah terrorist accused of helping to coordinate the 2007 abduction and murder of five American soldiers in Karbala, Iraq, should be released due to “lack of evidence.”

The decision comes only months after the Office of Military Commissions started filing charges of murder, terrorism and espionage against Daqduq, marking the Hezbollah terrorist as the first potential defendant without connections to al-Qaeda or the Taliban to be tried before an American military commission.

The Iraqi court’s decision, however, comes as little surprise to the many American intelligence officials and lawmakers who expressed grave concern in December 2011 when, as the remaining American troops exited from Iraq, Daqduq was the last of 1,000 US detainees handed over to the Iraqi government.



Anonymous said...

Is anyone surprised? How stupid can we get.

Anonymous said...

Get out, mind our own business, leave diplomats and spies, come home and protect the US border.

Anonymous said...

Well they could not call in a drone attack on a prison. Now that he is out, he is fair game.

Anonymous said...

Good job Obama.