MUCKED UP: Obama Released Gitmo Prisoner, Now Wants him Back for $5Mil


Obama should personally pay for the recapture of this terrorist. This whole situation is outrageous.

Although President Barack Obama and his administration continue to aggressively push to closedown the Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, detention center for terrorist prisoners, they might wish to review their own files on released detainees and where they are today.

For example, according to the government watchdog Judicial Watch on Monday, an al-Qaida terrorist who was released from the military prison at Guantanamo, Cuba, is now wanted by the United States government for his jihadist activity and he’s on a global terrorist list that offers $5 million for information about his location.

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The fact that his own State Department released a memorandum about the former Gitmo detainee did not deter President Obama as he continues to release terrorists, the latest being four prisoners sent back to Afghanistan who were some of the first captured on the battlefield by U.S. forces.

Obama’s ultimate goal is closing Gitmo so that he can tell his supporters that he kept his 2008 campaign promise.

The release of hundreds of Gitmo jihadists started with President George W. Bush after he’d been lambasted by the Democrats and their news media chorus.

Few have forgotten how Democrat Sen. Dick Durbin called the Guantanamo detention center a gulag and called the U.S. Marine Corps guards Nazis.

While Vice President Dick Cheney, who said he didn’t care what the leftists thought of him, argued against releasing detainees, Bush acquiesced to the liberal-left and began to release the prisoners. Unfortunately, the CIA and FBI believe that as many as 30 percent of the released prisoners returned to the ranks of Islamic terrorist groups including al-Qaida and the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria. Read more at the


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