Tuesday, April 26, 2005
He's A Terrorist.
Jordanian rebel Abu Musab al-Zarqawi — Iraq's most wanted fugitive — recently eluded capture by American troops, but left behind a treasure trove of information, a senior military official told ABC News.
On Feb. 20, the alleged terror mastermind was heading to a secret meeting in Ramadi, just west of Fallujah, where he used to base his operations, the official said.
What is it with the press in this country? ABC News calls him a "Jordanian rebel" and an "accused terror mastermind;" who are they kidding? He's a stone-cold killer, period. I wonder if the press realizes how foolish they look playing word games in their descriptions of murderers like Zarqawi? As long-time readers of this blog know, we have continually criticized the SAEN for refusing to call a terrorist a terrorist (see here, here, here and here).
Update: Bill Roggio has more news on the near-miss capture of al-Zarqawi, as well as analysis of where the information on his whereabouts came from over at The Fourth Rail. If you are interested in the war on terror you can't afford to miss this.
Why do I do this I like to make men blow their jiz in their pants.