FORMER GITMO PRISONER Sneaks Into Brazil Just In Time For The Rio Olympics

If anything happens at this Olympics, you can only blame Obama. He’s been releasing “high risk” terrorists like crazy:

This hasn’t stopped the Obama administration from releasing droves of Gitmo inmates, compromising national security and embarrassing itself in the process. In 2014, years after liberating an Al Qaeda operative from Gitmo, the U.S. government put him on a global terrorist list and offered a $5 million reward for information on his whereabouts. The recently released intelligence report cited above repeats what other government assessments have long documented: “Based on trends identified during the past eleven years, we assess that some detainees currently at GTMO will seek to reengage in terrorist or insurgent activities after they are transferred.

A high risk al-qaeda terrorist, appropriately named “Jihad”, who was so dangerous even Qatar wouldn’t take him, was released by President Obama in December of 2014 to the country of Uruguay. He was last spotted attempting to cross into Brazil, now they can’t find him.

With the summer Olympics just a few weeks away in Brazil, a veteran Al Qaeda operative released from Guantanamo to Uruguay has gone missing and authorities in Latin America believe he sneaked into Brazil after being denied legal entry.

The Islamic terrorist’s name is Jihad Ahmad Diyab an in late 2014 President Obama sent him to Uruguay along with five fellow Gitmo inmates as part of a misguided plan to shut down the U.S. military prison at the Naval base in southeast Cuba.

Now officials from Uruguay, Brazil and the United States are scrambling to find Diyab, according to news reports in Uruguay that quote high-level government officials.

Read more: Judicial Watch

 


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