President Obama’s release of a known Hezbollah terrorist is an “utter betrayal

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    Allen west letter to Obama regarding release of terrorist who tortured and killed U.S. Solders..

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    Rep Allen West President Obama’s release of a known Hezbollah terrorist is an “utter betrayal” | AllenWestRepublic

    http://west.house.gov/images/stories/Letter_to_President_Obama_re_Daqduq_-_16_MAY_2012.pdf
     
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    Was West buck dancing and wearing blackface when he wrote the letter? That coon West wouldn't know real leadership if it bit him in the ass.
     
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    So the fact that Obama released a man who tortured and killed 5 U.S. soldiers is of no consequence to you? You’re pathetic little punk
     
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    Salt, not every black man is a ooga-booga bone-in-the-nose tribalist like you. Some of us, like Mr. West, have been civilized American patriots for a long time now. Maybe you ought to take the plate out of your bottom lip so your lips will stop flapping, jackass?
     
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    So if an American killed a Saudi national here in the US, we should then turn the American over to Saudi Arabia to be tried in a Saudi court? Or is it because we are American, we get special rules that only apply to the US?
     
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    How many years were you in the military? I did 20 years, traveling all over the world and the only charity I give to and have given to for the past 20 years is the Navy/Marine Corps Relief Society.

    So you's civilized now. Did you perm your hair and get yourself a fat white woman. Do you make eye contact when talking to white people? Hahaha.
     
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    I spent 20 years in the Navy, 8 of those stationed in Marine or joint Navy/Marine commands and I know plenty of Americans who committed crimes off base in a foreign country and accordance with the SOFA the host country turned them over to the US Military to be punished.
     
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    The guy was Lebanese idiot, not Iraqi. Hezbollah is a proxy of Iran He should have been tried in a military Court not handed over to Iraq. What is wrong with you people?
     
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    This was a war idiot, not some of base shit that happend during peace time. Get your head out of your ass
     
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    And study your fucking topic, you clueless fool.

    This from 12/11/2011:

    The decision about what to do with Mr. Daqduq is complex, and time is running out. The ability of the military to hold any prisoners in Iraq is fast evaporating as it closes detention facilities and sends its remaining guards home, and so the military has been asking the administration to resolve his fate well before Dec. 31.

    Under the status quo arrangement, Mr. Daqduq would be turned over to the Iraqis for possible prosecution. Officials are wary, however, because many former detainees have either been acquitted by Iraqi courts or released without charges, and Mr. Maliki could face political pressure to free Mr. Daqduq.

    The administration, officials say, wants to find a solution in which Mr. Daqduq remains locked up — not only because of his suspected role in helping attacks on American troops, but also because his release could become a propaganda victory for Iran and Iraqi Shiite militants at a time of significant tensions.

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    “Mr. Attorney General, if you try to bring this guy back to the United States and put him in civilian court, or use a military commission inside the United States, holy hell is going to break out,” Mr. Graham said. “And if we let him go and turn him over to the Iraqis, that is just like letting him go. I think this would be a huge mistake.”

    But within the administration, the Guantánamo option has been seen as unacceptable — not only because Mr. Obama has resisted adding to the detainee population there and still hopes to close the prison, but also because the facility is anathema in the Middle East and Mr. Maliki would not approve sending someone there, one official said.

    It would violate Iraq’s sovereignty to remove him from the country without the Iraqi government’s permission. Under the Status of Forces Agreement the Bush administration struck with Iraq in late 2008, decisions on the disposition of any detainees in Iraq are ultimately up to the Iraqis, and the United States pledged to respect Iraq’s laws and sovereignty.

    http://www.nytimes.com/2011/12/12/w...detainee-in-iraq-poses-dilemma-for-obama.html
     

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