Gitmo inmate, bin Laden bodyguard want to start milk and honey farm

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gitmoGUANTANAMO BAY – It looks like some more terrorists held at Guantanamo Bay are getting their “git out of Gitmo free” cards, as part of the Obama Administration plan to shut down the home for some of the world’s most dangerous terrorists, guys who have taken holy oaths to kill Americans.

Now, published reports say the review board cleared Mahmoud al-Mujahid, saying he’s good-to-go. He’s a former Osama bin Laden bodyguard.

Abdul Malak al-Rahabi is another former bin Laden bodyguard at Gitmo. Al-Rahabi is also the brother of bin Laden’s last wife. She took a bullet in the leg defending bin Laden when the SEALS arrived to seal his fate.

Gitmo documents that turned up on WikiLeaks describe how al-Rahabi received suicide training as part of an al-Qaeda plan to hijack U.S. passenger planes in Southeast Asia and crash them into U.S. military installations as part of the 9/11 attacks.

But now he says all that’s behind him.

He’s trying to convince the review board let him go back to Yemen and start a milk and honey farm.

Sounds like a sweet deal. Until somebody gets stung.

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