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Badawi Escaped From Prison!

Discussion in 'Legal' started by NineseveN, Feb 6, 2006.

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  1. NineseveN

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    I know this might not exactly be fitting for this forum, but I felt it important for others to know if they have not seen this. If you must close it down MODs, I understand.


     
  2. longeyes

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    Prisoners, co-conspirators outside, prison staff, assorted Yemeni muckety-mucks. All one big happy family.
     
  3. Double Naught Spy

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    Badawi a "mastermind" of the Cole attack? Gimmee a break. Find 2 guys willing to die for the cause. Find a boat. Load explosives on boat. Have boat motor out to the target that is virtually unguarded by a few underarmed guys on deck who don't have permission to fire. On contact, detonate. The ship was refueling and yet all that happened was a hole and 17 dead. The ship did not sink even though it was attacked at the most vulnerable time possible.

    If that is what we call a mastermind, we are in deep doodoo.

    Then again, we are. Five explosions in London over a 45 minute time period were referred to the NSA as being precisely timed and placed. The only one of great timing was the first at the power transformer area of the Underground. It was helpful to be first for confusion, but none of the other 4 explosions were tied to the first in regard to any sort of necessary sequence of events. Two of the five were in busses and not even in the Underground. I seem to recall the term "mastermind" being used then as well.

    Apparently, an enemy with the organizational skills of a first grader scares the hell out of the folks in the US.
     
  4. Sleeping Dog

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    Enough organizational skills to get out of jail and not get caught yet. Or organized backing.

    Or just the Yemeni government wanting to yank our chain.

    I doubt if it was the old "hacksaw in the hommous" trick. :)

    Regards.
     
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    Badawi Escapes !!!

    Gee this is a real Surprise!!! Other Arabs "might " have turned away and not seen anything!!! Or maybe he was even "Helped"??? I just can't believe this would happen!!! :cuss:

    We should have put him in Gitmo for "safe" keeping instead of some Arab run prison!!! This could be seen coming up the street for a long time!!! :rolleyes:

    No real surprise here!!!! :banghead:
     
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    I think it must have been the cartoons, which, of course, were Bush's fault.
     
  7. NineseveN

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    Hi, my name is NineseveN and I approved this message. :D
     
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    Truly an outrage, but why aren't the youths in Yemen burning the jail in righteous indignation?

    jmm
     
  9. Fly320s

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    Ya know, it's difficult for a dead man to escape. :rolleyes:
     
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    Well fancy that

     
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    Tell that to the men of Stalag Luft III
     
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    We have noted that the civility of L&P has been plummeting of late. Correlated with this is yet another resurgence of political posts that do not meet the criteria as outlined in the rules of conduct. Just because a post is 'political' does not mean it belongs here. It must address firearms issues or civil liberties issues directly. "Civil liberties are in danger because Bush lied, people died!" and "we will lose all of our guns becuase Hillary has anger issues!" will not cut it. Post directly, not obliquely, about how a given topic has an impact on RKBA or civil liberties.

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