Tuesday, December 20, 2005

Deadly Arrogance

The preening moral dwarves have struck again.
TWA Hijacker Released From German Prison
Not merely a hijacker, this vermin also brutally murdered an American citizen, Robert Stethem, who was onboard the plane and a mere 23 years old.
BEIRUT, Lebanon - A Lebanese man serving a life sentence in Germany for the 1985 hijacking of a TWA jetliner and killing of a U.S. Navy diver has returned to Lebanon after being paroled in Germany, security and guerrilla officials said Tuesday.
The "guerrillas" have "officials", do they? This level of diplomatic recognition is in itself repugnant.

The cowardly and arrogant euroweenies didn't extradite the murdere to the United States, because he MIGHT have been executed.
U.S. authorities had requested his extradition so he could stand trial in the United States, but the Germans, who have no death penalty, insisted on prosecuting Hamadi.
They were more concerned about the well being of this terrorist scum than about the victim, choosing to make some ridiculous empty gesture about their moral superiority.

Their concern was bizarrely misplaced. It's evil to worry so much about the evil at the expense of the good.

Well that line about life in prison instead of execution is supposed to include the "wihtout parole" clause. Even then, it's a weak argument that life in prison is better.

And these morons just made their own argument worse, because the counterclaim was always that some future government out of political expediency would release the dangerous terrorists back into the bloodstream of the civilized world like a toxin.

And now we have PROOF that that's EXACTLY WHAT HAPPENS.
It was not known where Hamadi, who spent 19 years in prison, went after entering Lebanon.
So first, he didn't even get 20 years for hijacking and murder. Not long ago such piracy and anti-civilizational behavior was met with a noose on the spot, with good reason.

And worse, they don't know where he is.

Perhaps he's gone to weave baskets.

Or perhaps he's plotting to blow up the next plane your family is on.

Gosh, we just don't know, do we.

Hamadi's case came up for a court-mandated review, and he was released after an expert assessment and a hearing, said Doris Moeller-Scheu, spokeswoman for the Frankfurt, Germany, prosecutor's office.
Oh, I feel much better! And expert assessment!

Whose side are they on?

Maybe they thought he'd be a useful bargaining chip someday.
German Foreign Ministry spokesman Sgt. Schultz Martin Jaeger said there was no connection between Hamadi's release and the recent freeing of former hostage Susanne Osthoff, a German woman released over the weekend after spending more than three weeks as a captive in Iraq.


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