Obama Overrules Six National Security Agencies to Release Top Terrorist

by Dave Blount | September 24, 2015 4:02 pm

If sanity is ever restored, Obama will stand trial for treason. Let this be submitted to the court among the many other exhibits:

Six national security agencies warned against releasing an extremely dangerous terrorist from GITMO but Obama circumvented them and ignored their recommendations.

Normally, these agencies must sign off on letting a detainee go. They also insist that their home country have security in place to monitor the detainee. Obama ignored them and had his own special committee appointed who then let him go. …

Abdul Shalabi was suspected of being an Osama bin Laden bodyguard and waged a 9-year hunger strike. Shalabi has agreed to take a rehabilitation class in Saudi Arabia.

Saudi Arabia was home to 15 of the 19 September 11th jihadists.

Obama has been trying to pressure Secretary of Defense Ash Carter to approve the release of these very dangerous terrorists and hasn’t succeeded. These captives are supposed to be approved by six intelligence agencies and Ash Carter before being returned home, but instead the dictatorial president decided to unilaterally form his own committee of hand-picked toadies to make the decision.

You don’t need to follow the rules when you have a pen and a phone to help you stand with the Muslims.

Shalabi is likely to resume his terrorist activities:

Out of 647 detainees who were released, 116 — or 18 percent — have been confirmed as “re-engaging” in terrorism, according to the report by the Director of National Intelligence.

Chances are that many more are back in business without having been officially confirmed.

Remember when Bill Clinton went berserk pardoning criminals and terrorists at the end of his presidency? I can hardly wait to see what pardons are in store at the end of Obama’s.

Abdul Shalabi has a friend in Obama.

On a tip from TaterSalad. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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