A Terrorist Killed a Soldier; the Obama Administration Reduced His Sentence, and Now He’s Free

A Terrorist Killed a Soldier; the Obama Administration Reduced His Sentence, and Now He’s Free

Apparently, killing an American soldier is, like, no big deal to the Obama administration. Why else would they reduce the sentence of a terrorist who murdered a soldier so drastically that he’s now walking around free?

Omar Khadr; Dennis Edney

In yet another affront to our military and the American people, the Obama administration saw to it that a terrorist who killed a soldier back in 2002 had his sentence greatly reduced – from forty-five years all the way down to just EIGHT.

U.S. Delta Force medic, Sgt. 1st class Christopher Speer, was killed back in 2002 from a grenade tossed by then 15-year-old Omar Khadr.

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Sgt. Lane Morris served alongside Speer and revealed to Fox News host Greta Van Susteren that the Khadr’s release “all started with the Obama administration” in a deal with that was made “behind the prosecutor’s back.”

Khadr served “one [year] in Guantanamo, and one in Canada,” he added.

Morris told Van Susteren that the attack occurred when the U.S. soldiers were tracking Khadr’s father, another terrorist who “was bin Laden’s finance guy.”

Khadr and six of his companions “wanted to go out in a blaze of glory,” Morris said, and started lobbing grenades at the Americans. In addition to Speer, the terrorists also killed two Afghan interpreters.

Yes, this is definitely the kind of person who should be walking around free and happy: a terrorist who murdered three people, including one of our finest. Hey, the Obama administration promised us hope and change, right? Well, we got it: in Obama’s America, murdering troops isn’t that bad of a crime.

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