Would’ve Been Safer in Gitmo

By lex, on May 5th, 2008

Another ‘spodeydope checks in for his raisins:

Three years ago, Abdullah Saleh al-Ajmi, a Kuwaiti soldier who deserted to fight in Afghanistan alongside the Taliban, sat in a detention cell at the U.S. naval base in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, while lawyers argued whether he was an “enemy combatant.”

Last week, a Dubai-based television channel reported that al-Ajmi was killed carrying out a homicide bombing in Mosul, Iraq.

While the report did not specify which attack Abdullah carried out, Iraqi officials reported that Mosul was hit on April 26 by three homicide attacks, killing seven people.

CBS News reported that al-Ajmi carried out an attack on Wednesday, April 30, according to an unconfirmed report posted on a jihadist Web site.

Murderous, self-destructive mental illness knows no creed. But there are elements at least in certain creeds who know what to do with the mentally defective.

Seven anonymities are murdered by an eighth. Nothing changes. The struggle continues.

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