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9/11 Family Leader Rails Against President Obama Over Gitmo Closing, Handling of Terror Prosecutions

May 08, 2009  | 

The Justice Department's recent plea agreement with Ali Saleh al-Marri should be of grave concern to those who believe the Obama administration will vigorously prosecute terrorists in the federal court system.

Al-Marri was sent to the U.S. on Sept. 10, 2001, by KSM to carry out cyanide bomb attacks. He faces up to a 15-year sentence, but will be allowed to argue that the sentence should be satisfied by the seven years he has been in custody.

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ROB ROY @ 5/8/2009 7:27 PM

Why do I feel like I did when that mullet head carter was our president. That "we are so doomed feeling"

TRod @ 5/22/2009 7:21 AM

Roger that Rob Roy. To bad people seem to have forgotten.

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