Friday, June 29, 2007

Gitmo Recidivist

This is what happens when enemy combatants are released from their POW camps before the conflict is over.

A man formerly held in the U.S. facility in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, was killed Wednesday in a shootout with security agents in a restive North Caucasus republic, Russia’s top security agency said.

Ruslan Odizhev was killed amid gunfire that erupted when agents tried to arrest him and another man in Kabardino-Balkariya, a region near Chechnya that is plagued by violence linked both to crime and to religious tensions, the Federal Security Service said in a statement.

Will the lesson be learned? I doubt it somehow.

1 comment:

Bag said...

At least it shows they got atleast one right.

This will be quoted for the next two years as the reason we should keep everyone behind bars.