Obama Releases Gitmo Detainee Who Vowed to Murder “As Many Americans as Possible”
Barack Obama released Gitmo detainee Mohammad Al Rahman Al Shumrani this week.
Shumrani vowed to slaughter “as many Americans as possible” if he ever gets out of Gitmo.
In President Obama’s quest to shut down Guantanamo Bay, his administration is continuing apace in releasing detainees. We’re only 13 days into the new year and four have already been released, including 40-year-old Muhammad al Rahman al-Shumrani.
Al-Shumrani’s transfer back to his home country of Saudi Arabia is particularly troublesome because he’s already made it clear that killing Americans will be a top priority upon his release.
According to his leaked confidential file, he reportedly told guards on October 14, 2007, the following:
On 14 October 2007, detainee stated, “When I get out of here, I will go to Iraq and Afghanistan and kill as many Americans as I can. Then I will come here and kill more Americans.” 35 ? (S//NF)
Detainee stated, “I love Usama Bin Laden and Mullah Omar and if I ever get out of Guantanamo I will go back to fight the Americans and kill as many as I can.”