|Johnny Spann / John Walker Lindh|
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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