Skip to comments.U.S. citizen in CIA's cross hairs (Anwar al Awlaki)
Posted on 01/30/2010 10:45:08 PM PST by rdl6989
The CIA sequence for a Predator strike ends with a missile but begins with a memo. Usually no more than two or three pages long, it bears the name of a suspected terrorist, the latest intelligence on his activities, and a case for why he should be added to a list of people the agency is trying to kill. (snip)
Anwar al Awlaki poses a dilemma for U.S. counter-terrorism officials. He is a U.S. citizen and until recently was mainly known as a preacher espousing radical Islamic views. But Awlaki's connections to November's shootings at Ft. Hood and the failed Christmas Day airline plot have helped convince CIA analysts that his role has changed.
"Over the past several years, Awlaki has gone from propagandist to recruiter to operational player," said a U.S. counter-terrorism official.
(Excerpt) Read more at latimes.com ...
He is not a US citizen. He disowned and turned on his country.
Smoke him at will.
And the problem is?
What’s wrong with hunting down and killing a traitor?
I agree, but Zero wants to be sure the jihadiot is Mirandized etc.
Nice dress! The hat doesn’t match though. It’s a shade too dark.
The L.A.Times surreptitiously warns Anwar al Awlaki.
Man, those are some awfully nice threads he’s wearing.
But, it matches the curtains very nicely. :-)
Lol. I thought he was in his pajamas when the photo was taken.
Okay, I have no problem with him being mirandized.
Just tape the miranda rights card to the nose cone of a Predator Missle and send it to him special delivery.
That ought to satisfy Zero.
Funny, he doesn’t look Amish.
Mennonite I’m sure, just look at the beard.
I want to know what laundry detergent he uses! Wouldja just look at that SHINE?
same with Adam Gadahn
Git ‘er done!
Simple! Kill him and THEN read him his rights. There solved. Life is simple
Perhaps they will get him yet. Yemen is not exactly the largest country in the world.
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