Wednesday, March 27, 2019

Another Terrorist is Released For "Good Behavior"

Johnny Spann / John Walker Lindh
John Walker Lindh took up arms in combat against the United States and was responsible for the death of CIA Officer John Micheal Spann. Now he's receiving time off for "Good Behavior" and getting out of prison early.

When he walks out of prison, he will have served about two and a half years less than his original 20-year sentence, having received an early release for his "good behavior" while incarcerated.     

Lindh is a committed jihadist who has not renounced his radical ideology during his 17 years in prison.  He took up arms in combat against the United States after attending an al-Qaida training camp and meeting with Osama bin Laden in June 2001.  Many believe Lindh was responsible in the death of John Micheal Spann, a decorated United States Marine officer serving with a CIA paramilitary unit in Afghanistan in 2001.                                      Giving early release to Lindh is a slap in the face to the Spann family.
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