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K.S.M.'s culpability was not a sure thing to everyone. His possible role had surfaced in a Jan. 26, 2003, Time magazine story when reporters identified K.S.M. as the man wielding the knife, citing Pakistani police interrogation of a guard, Fazal Karim. Still, could the confession of a top terrorist be believed or was he just eager to boost his own importance by claiming responsibility for a string of high-profile terrorist acts? Further, there was the issue of whether a confession extracted from waterboarding was reliable. Experts say that someone subject to torture will say anything to make it stop.
jamiebk wrote: Maybe that's all we need to do....SPAM them to death!
Selma in Sandy Eggo wrote:Concur regarding the stupidity of the burial-at-sea. Me, I think the SEALs would've rather mounted his head on a stick and displayed it at some suitable venue. Ground Zero, the Pentagon strike site, that Pennsylvania field, or maybe their Silver Strand main gate.
Haggis@wk wrote: Oh yeah, the DUDE who capped bin Laden will never be ‘one-upped’ anytime he’s in a group of special operators swapping war stories.
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