Good News: State Department Worried About Terrorist’s Privacy

And not just any terrorist

While the New Mexico-born cleric, Anwar al-Awlaki, is the first American on the CIA’s kill or capture list, the U.S. State Department refuses to release documents about al-Awlaki citing his right to privacy. This disconnect was uncovered as part of the ongoing investigation by Fox News’ Specials Unit into the cleric who is a leader of a major Al Qaeda affiliate.

Should we really be surprised that the State Department wants to protect information about one of the most wanted and most dangerous Islamic terrorists in the world?

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One Response to “Good News: State Department Worried About Terrorist’s Privacy”

  1. Translation: There is a lot more interlock between these terrorists and our government than they would have us believe. Why would they be concerned about the privacy of a guy on their kill list unless he could spill the beans that would embarrass the government. This is the same guy that had lunch at the Pentagon after 9/11 – It’ just all so weird.

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