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The US Navy today announced that it has released a senior Al Qaeda terrorist after questioning him extensively for 27 days while being held prisoner aboard a US aircraft carrier in the Arabian Sea .

In a humanitarian gesture, the terrorist was given $50 US and a white 1962 Ford Fairlane automobile upon being released from custody.
The photo below shows the terrorist on his way home just after being released by the Navy.




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I hope the $50 was in coin...sewed into his pockets..
 

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:D:D:D May his camel never be infested with desert fleas!
 

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Isn't it nice to know that we don't have to be Politically Correct when it comes to terrorists.:D

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http://www.navsource.org/archives/02/65.htm



Starting in 2003 this photo circulated the Internet captioned as a Navy new "Terrorist Catch and Release Program."
In fact, it was taken in October 1978, as the Big E was leaving the Philippines to return to the US for what was considered "the most extensive and highly complex overhaul" of the ship's history to date (1979–1982.) The world was not very environmentally-concerned in 1978 and this was seen as an acceptable way to get rid of an old, no longer needed car. It has been hotly argued what the brand and model of the car were — looks like it actually was a 1963 Plymouth Savoy.
 

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what a waste of a good Fairlane.
 
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