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FBI 10 most wanted's surprising disconnect with terrorists

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posted on Aug, 24 2004 @ 01:37 PM
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Considering the daily dose of terrorist warnings and the constant harping about how dangerous these terrorists are, the most dangerous men we constantly hear about, save one, Usama Bin Laden, have been removed from the top ten where they were and instead banished to a terrorist wanted list www.fbi.gov... and replaced by drug dealers, child pornographers, racketeers and common murderers.

Of the 7 terrorists announced by Ashcroft in May, only two are on the list, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani; who was supposedly captured late July by Pakistan, and Fazul Abdullah Mohammed. Immediately after Ashcroft’s announcement word was coming from Pakistan that two of these 7; Amer El-Maati and Aafia Siddiqui, were in fact already languishing in jail. No updates on the remaining 3 have been made to the public.

Mohammed Atef remains on the list of terrorists, despite the claims that he was killed in 2001.

Most bizarre of all is the noticeable absence of the man with a $25 million bounty on his head, the man whose name is the first to be mentioned as being responsible for just about every deadly incident in Iraq, and Saudi Arabia; Al Zarqawi.

There is no separating myth from fact under the Bush administration, they are one and the same, as the War on Terror seems to be nothing more than a talking point stretched into a four year campaign tactic.




posted on Aug, 26 2004 @ 06:05 PM
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I wonder how many will turn up in the days before the election.



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