Monday, October 07, 2013

Blog 4: Al Qaeda leader seized in Libya was on FBI's 'most wanted' list

Anas-Al libi was captured by the United States government after a long search and after many years of patiently waiting. Anas-Al Libi was part of the regime that worked with Bin Laden and had a major role in the bombings that occurred in the United States embassy in Tanzania and Kenya. A smart man that was great with computers and smart in the field of nuclear science, Anas- Al libi joined the regime to do something more "meaningful" with his life. In the 1998 bombings of the United States embassies, he managed to kill 10 Americans and more than 200 Kenyans and Tanzanians. We was one of the first names put on the worlds most wanted list and at its peak the United States was willing to give 25 million dollars for him. Lybia's government has started asking questions though because Anas-Al Libi was captured on their soil.

It seems that we can't stay low long enough to stay out of trouble with anybody, now we are being questioned by lybia for capturing a terrorist on their soil. Even though we can because of war crimes that he has commited. On the bright side we have finally captured someone whom has terrorized the world for years.

Enrique Diaz

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