Concerns growing over release of John Walker Lindh, also known as "American Taliban"


I have viewed this story today on many different networks and I just don’t know how I feel. The family of the prisoner being released says he has never been a terrorist. However, there is much documentation that he, or someone pretending to be him is radicalized. There was enough evidence to convict him and send him to prison.

I see all sorts of red flags. Will he be safe released? Will others be safe with his release? It would be interesting to read the information that convinced the prison to give him an early out. I wish that documentation was public.


What do you think?


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  1. This is a really tough issue. First, without incident, he served 17 years of a 20-year sentence so in fairness he was eligible for parole.

    I don’t know, there are so many conflicting stories about this young man I am not sure there is a good answer.

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