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> > > > >reformed terrorist
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> > > > He reformed? How?
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> > > By serving his time in prison, and not blowing anything since then.
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> > He doesn't regret his actions, and said he would do it again.
> > Did he go to jail? I don't think he did. I know the federal charges were dropped due to prosecutor misconduct, mainly due to illegal surveillance.
> > And wow, that's a low bar to set. "He hasn't blown up anything since then". Haha.
> Not really. If he was truly the evil guy your party wants to make him out as he'd still want to blow shit up. Common sense and "critical thinking".
When did I say the guy was truly evil now? I have no idea what his current intentions are, but I can only assume that he doesn't still want to send bombs to government buildings.
I was only correcting you by showing that the guy never went to prison (as far as I know), and he never showed remorse/regret for his terrorist actions.
| > And apparently his comments about such things are unreliable. I find it hard to believe that if he was that unrepentant he wouldn't be working within the community in Chicago with BOTH Democrats and Republicans.|
Whose comments are unreliable? Those were his exact words, according to the New York Times.