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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old Apr 15th, 2003, 11:17 PM Thread Starter
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Breaking on CNN: Abu Mohammed Abbas (Achille Lauro Mastermind) captured in Baghdad

this is Palestinian terrorist dude that was convicted of that cruise liner highjack back in 85 (i think)

bastard had a elderly cripple shot in his wheelchair and dumped in the sea in front of his wife
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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old Apr 15th, 2003, 11:26 PM
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But the question is....does he have gold-plated assault rifles?
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Excellent news, hope he dies an excrutiatingly painful death.
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What would a wanted terrorist be doing in Baghdad?

You have to answer for Santino, Carlo.
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As a terrorist, he officially "retired" long time ago. Admitted that that hijacking was a mistake and apologised..

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As a terrorist, he officially "retired" long time ago. Admitted that that hijacking was a mistake and apologised..
oh, I am sure if you hijack a ship, kill a few people but later recognize it was a mistake and apologize it's all cool.

I am sure the relatives of the victims have forgiven him. He is retired and has the right to a pension and dental coverage.
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oh, I am sure if you hijack a ship, kill a few people but later recognize it was a mistake and apologize it's all cool.

I am sure the relatives of the victims have forgiven him. He is retired and has the right to a pension and dental coverage.
That's not what I say. What I am trying to say is that while it is certainly about justice and revenge, it does not have to be considered as a major victory in our fight against terrorism. It's rather like catching another old nazi who has been hiding somewhere in South America for last 60 years/

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That's not what I say. What I am trying to say is that while it is certainly about justice and revenge, it does not have to be considered as a major victory in our fight against terrorism. It's rather like catching another old nazi who has been hiding somewhere in South America for last 60 years/
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First Abu Nidal now this dude. Is Iraq the retirement country for terrorists?

DH: Good question! I'm sure he and Abu Nidal just happened to take a wrong turn somewhere and ended up in Baghdad by mistake.

This might not be a great find in the sense that this man is still a great threat to people. But just because you haven't committed a hijacking and murder in over a decade or so doesn't mean people aren't going to give up finding your ass and getting justice for what you've done. I hope the wife of the man in the wheel chair gets to push this idiot off of something.
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