I guess he claims asylum next? The evil Jews and all..
THE LUNATICS ARE IN CHARGE OF THE ASYLUM
"At the time of the failed hit, he was working for Abu Iyad, a top commander in Fatah, the Palestine Liberation Organization's military wing.
Iyad was killed in Tunisia by a rival Palestinian faction in 1991. Al-Jawary was apprehended passing through Rome in January 1991 to attend Iyad's funeral. Iyad was believed to have helped plan the Munich murders.
Retired FBI agents John Syron and Jim Phelan, who worked the case in 1973, said freeing Al-Jawary was a mistake. The bombs would have killed many people if they had gone off, they said."
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Wow! Not the kind of guy I want roaming around my neighborhood.
Thanks very much for posting and for the link at #7.
BLACK SEPTEMBER!!?? (...you know, behind the 1972 Munich Olympics massacre?)
He forgot to mention who it is who would be *shifting* the political winds.
But then, you don't need a Weatherman to know which way the wind blows, do you Barry?
(...and how clever of the annointed one to chose *this* group to start, so he can play the Race card at any squawks, and the inbred mouth-breathers in the press and the Ivy League will report the racism charge as gospel. "Rich, ignorant, and easily led.")
I smell the hand of Ayers. Have you heard the joke?
“G’tmo Alleged Terror Planner Released, All Charges Dropped. Don’t You Feel Safer?”
Vocal Minority ^ | 2/23/09 | EricTheRed_VocalMinority
Posted on February 23, 2009 5:51:33 PM PST by EricTheRed_VocalMinority
“Mystery terrorist in NYC plot deported to Sudan”
By ADAM GOLDMAN and RANDY HERSCHAFT, Associated Press Writers 2 hrs
SNIPPET: “NEW YORK A recently released Black September terrorist convicted of placing three powerful car bombs in New York City in 1973 has been deported to Sudan, an African nation that once sheltered Osama bin Laden and other terrorists.
Khalid Al-Jawary, 63, was flown out of Denver International Airport on Thursday and arrived Tuesday in Khartoum, said Carl Rusnok, a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement spokesman.”