ACID FLASHBACK: What Happened Since The Golfer-In-Chief Released The Head of ISIS 5 Years Ago

Published on August 23, 2014

Funny thing how terrorists don’t stop being terrorists after you release them. They might even get more ticked at you after releasing them! Check it out…

In June, we learned that the head of ISIS, Abu Bakr al Baghdadi, had been in US custody but was released in 2009 when President Obama closed down Camp Bucca in preparation for the US withdrawal of troops (yes, the withdrawal he repeatedly denies having anything to do with) from Iraq.

The Daily Mail reported then:

“[A]l Baghdadi, who also goes by the alias Abu Duaa, was an Islamic fundamentalist before the U.S. invaded Iraq and he became a leader in al Qaeda’s network before he was arrested and detained by American forces in 2005.

‘Abu Duaa was connected to the intimidation, torture and murder of local civilians in Qaim,’ according to a 2005 U.S. intelligence report.

‘He would kidnap individuals or entire families, accuse them, pronounce sentence and then publicly execute them.’”

His modus operandi has not changed since that time. His group has pronounced sentence and publicly executed individuals or groups of people, be they Sunni, Christian, Yazidi, or American.

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