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A Happy Day: Adam Gadahn Arrested

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As reported from the Washington Post:
Pakistani intelligence agents have arrested Adam Gadahn, the American-born spokesman for al-Qaeda, in an operation in the southern city of Karachi, two officers and a government official said Sunday. The Post continues:
Gadahn grew up on a goat farm in Riverside County, California, and converted to Islam at a mosque in nearby Orange County.

He moved to Pakistan in 1998, according to the FBI, and is said to have attended an al-Qaida training camp six years later, serving as a translator and consultant for the group. He has been wanted by the FBI since 2004, and there is a $1 million reward for information leading to his arrest or conviction.

This is indeed a happy day in fighting terrorism. My only hope is that he is brought back here for trial, by the military and adjudicated appropriately, with extreme prejudice. Adam Gadahn was the winner of the Cacasotto Sfacime of the Month Award here at The Right Guy Show.

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Written by James Lagnese

March 7, 2010 at 1:22 pm

Hero of the Day: Jasper Schuringa

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Hero of the Day and honorary libertarian republican

Jasper Schuringa was the man of the hour, savior of the people on Northwest flight 253 as he took action and manhandled the terrorist that attempted to blowup the plane. Geert Wilders has proposed a national honor for Mr. Schuringa in his native homeland of Holland.

From the Libertarian Republican:

Shortly before landing passengers smelled smoke, they saw a glow and they heard something that sounded like firecrackers went off. “First there was a sort of bang and then there was smoke,” said Dutchman Peter Smith.

Schuringa told CNN that he heard a bang. “Somebody started yelling fire, fire!” Then he saw smoke and he noted that the Nigerian did not move. Then he began to suspect that something was not right. He jumped over the passenger next to him and hurried to the Nigerian.

They appeared to have his pants open and a burning object between his legs to keep. “I took that thing off him, tried to extinguish fire with my hands and threw it away.” Schuringa the Nigerian pulled from his place, and dragged him to the front of the plane. The Nigerian seemed stunned. “He stared into nothing.”


Mr. Wilders, give that man a medal.


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Written by James Lagnese

December 26, 2009 at 3:25 pm

Is the ISI behind the attacks in India? John Batchelor gives us his insight

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when it comes to world affairs, particularly those of the middle and far east, there are few that can match wits and knowledge with John Batchelor. Here is Mr. Batchelor or JB as he is affectionately known, giving his opinions on the subject of the latest terrorist attacks in Mumbai and the connection to Pakistan and terrorism in general. Props to JB.
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Written by James Lagnese

December 3, 2008 at 8:05 pm

Is the ISI behind the attacks in India? John Batchelor gives us his insight

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when it comes to world affairs, particularly those of the middle and far east, there are few that can match wits and knowledge with John Batchelor. Here is Mr. Batchelor or JB as he is affectionately known, giving his opinions on the subject of the latest terrorist attacks in Mumbai and the connection to Pakistan and terrorism in general. Props to JB.
Thank you for reading this blog. 

Written by James Lagnese

December 3, 2008 at 8:05 pm