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"Terror" suspects released

Tuesday, November 02, 2004

Photo credit: AP/Adnan Malik

As Sparkle informed us yesterday, the remaining four "terror" suspects were released yesterday until their next court appearance on December 3. They had been detained for a total of more than 105 days. Needless to say, the US Embassy and the Fifth Fleet will not be pleased with this move, so don't be surprised if they get thrown in back in jail again. I know I've said this a million times before, but this case smells fishier than the Manama fish market.

Read the full report from AP via the Daily Comet.

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4 Responses to '"Terror" suspects released'


Anonymous Anonymous says:

They've released the wrong ones - Khawaja should be the one let out, while Bin Laden and Co. are best off behind bars or on a flight to Guantanamo.

This is really poor. It strikes me like the government's throwing something to the Sunni extremists in order to counterbalance Shia anger over Khawaja.

Scorpio    

Blogger Scorpio says:

I was in Exhibition Avenue today, and I saw one of these crazy terror suspects outside one of the serviced appartments. His thobe was so high off the ground the fucker looked like he was wearing a mini skirt. Nice ankles, mate.

He looked pretty suspicious like he was hiding something: either he was planning to visit some of the local hotels after his weeks of incarceration - if you know what I'm saying ;-) - or was casing the area planning some new outrage.    

Blogger Chanad says:

Scorpio, your mind seems to be obsessed with dreams of Salafis. Take a break (have a KitKat).

Also, I'd appreciate if you would keep your comments clean from now on. I really don't want to have to be deleting people's comments.

Cheers    

Blogger Scorpio says:
11/04/2004 05:19:00 pm

Point taken about the language - apologies.

On the subject of the salafists I haven't got a problem with anyone's belief - what I have got a problem with is terrorists, aspiring terrorists and their ideologues. These people need to be monitored closely and if they're planning something they need to be reeled in.

The alternative's the Saudi way - deny everything until they literally blow up in your face.    

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