Saturday, June 28, 2008

Britain to kick another jihadi loose

A suspected al Qaeda leader in Britain, identified only as "U", is set to be released on bail by a British appeals court. This comes just over a week after the release of Osama bin Laden's "right-hand man in Europe", Abu Qatada.
A man alleged to be one of al-Qa'eda's most important operatives in Europe is due to be freed from a British prison next week, it was reported.

After secret negotiations, the prisoner, identified only as U, is expected to be freed on bail from the high-security wing at Long Lartin jail in Worcestershire.

U, a 45-year-old Algerian, is alleged to be a terrorist leader who recruited, trained and facilitated operations.
Fercryin'outloud. The Brits aren't even trying any more.

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