July 6, 2010, - 4:07 pm
Recently, I told you about reports that TWA Flight 847 Hezbollah hijacker Mohamed Ali Hamadi was killed by CIA drones in Pakistan at a meeting with top Al-Qaeda officials. Hamadi was one of the Islamic terrorist murderers who tortured Navy diver Robert Dean Stethem to death.
Not Dead Yet
But the story may not be true after all. It appears Hamadi is still in Lebanon, alive, well, and breathing easily. And that’s what the U.S. government believes, since Hamadi– as I write this–remains on the FBI’s list of most wanted terrorists. If the agency truly believed he was dead, he’d have been removed immediately. Yes, the government is slow and incompetent. But not that slow and incompetent. He’s still on the list for a reason. He’s not dead or captured, but laughing at us, living free. And there’s a reason the U.S. government has helped spread the other story (that he’s dead) and not come out and confirmed that he wasn’t really killed.
From what I’ve gathered, it appears that the government has known about Hamadi’s status and whereabouts all along–including during the Bush administration. And that the story about Hamadi’s elimination was a red herring–typical stuff for a U.S. government and FBI more bent on pandering to Muslims who support Islamic terrorism than catching the Islamic terrorists they worship and exalt and who’ve tortured and killed Americans. I truly hope whoever was the source of the original story isn’t playing games with the hearts and minds of the patriotic Stethem and Testrake families. (John Testrake was the pilot who survived the ordeal.) But it sure looks like it.
We’ll see. But, like Famous But Incompetent, I don’t think the guy’s dead. I think he’s laughing all the way to Al-Manar and Bint Jbeil. And probably attended today’s funeral for Hezbollah spiritual leader, Grand Ayatollah Sheikh Mohammed Hussein Fadlallah.
I’ll bet our spies (or Israel’s spies) have photos of him there. If I were a gambling chick, I’d put money on it.
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