US offers reward for al-Qaida operatives

US offers reward for al-Qaida operatives

There are 4 comments on the WGAL-TV Lancaster story from Oct 22, 2012, titled US offers reward for al-Qaida operatives. In it, WGAL-TV Lancaster reports that:

The United States is offering $12 million for two men described as al-Qaida financiers who are based in Iran and responsible for the movement of money and fighters to support the terror groups operations in the region.

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Insipid Sophistry

Sierra Vista, AZ

#1 Oct 22, 2012
Just in time for the Election <Laugh> Every thing this mendacious administration does is for Political Expediency....

“i hope we can change this!”

Since: Aug 08


#2 Oct 22, 2012
but i thought obama GOT all the al qaida guys...

he SAID he did.

Since: Jan 07

Mountain Top, PA

#3 Oct 22, 2012
Anyone who would step up to the plate knows he is writing his own obituary. Whistle blowers in this country are run the risk of losing all that's dear to them for their altruism. A case in point is former assistant football coach Mike McQueary nfrom Penn State. His thanks for hammering a nail in Sandusky's coffin was to be terminated from his position. Because of this it is unlikely that he will be picked up by another team any time soon. The only positive is that we don't follow Sharia law. If this were they case, he would have lost his tongue at the very least. Informers in Iran have a much shorter shelf life than those in the US who are thanked for their morality and then thrown on the trash heap.
America sick under Barack

Phoenix, AZ

#4 Oct 22, 2012
So instead of spending $200,000 to keep Chris Stevens and his staff safe, Barak's now offering $12 million after they were terrorized and killed?

How convenient. Spend more money we don't have to disable America with more debt. He's quite a cunning devil.

These 2 financiers are just straw men too.

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