posted on Jul, 9 2005 @ 02:18 PM
Yes i agree SEEKEROF. that in some of the more "dedicated" terrorists, old habits die hard..some of these guys where started in the business at 12
and 13 years old by their fathers, its all theyve ever known, just like in Northern Ireland.
I remenber reading the history of the highest ranking informer within the IRA, he was passing information for more than 10 years, he was a member of
SINN FIEN, but he was started in the profession of violence by his father at 14 years of age, but after hearing one of his comrades say at the death
of a pregnant female soldier "good we got two bastards for the price of one " after a morter attack on a military base, his conscience got the
better of him and he turned informant.
All he could remember was his mothers warning "no good will ever come of this".
He handed himself in and admitted to killing a handfull of peole and planting bombs, he was sentanced to nearly 800 years in jail..but with letters of
recomendation from the Irish Special Branch and the QUEEN..he was released after 17 years.
My point is, arnt they watching the "career" terrorists, especialy the ones fresh out of jail.