The Next Bin Laden: ISIS Leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi

Editor’s Note: Why keep dangerous criminals in prison? Usually militant extremists are safe among the rest of society, right?

As the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) continues to make its way deeper into Iraq, gaining control of the country’s major cities, Megyn Kelly was joined by Ken King, the former Commander of Camp Bucca Prison where ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was held until his 2009 release.

King escorted al-Baghdadi on a flight to transfer custody over to the Iraqi government.  The U.S. built a solid case for detention, but the Iraqi government decided to release al-Baghdadi.  “Their decision to let him go was personally disappointing,” King said. “But I have to respect the decisions of a sovereign government.”

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