Biden Admin Sending Home Saudi Gitmo Detainee Called The "20th Hijacker" in 9/11 Attack For "Psychiatric Treatment"
· Mar 8, 2022 ·

The Biden Administration announced on Monday that they sent home a suspected terrorist from Guantanamo Bay back to Saudi Arabia to receive "psychiatric treatment."

Mohammad Mani Ahmad al-Qahtani is alleged to have tried to participate in the 9/11 hijackings and has been held in Gitmo for 20 years.

From NBC News:

A U.S. review board determined in 2021 that his detention "was no longer necessary to protect against a continuing significant threat to the national security of the United States."

In February, Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin informed Congress that al-Qahtani would be sent home.

"After two decades without trial in U.S. custody, Mohammed will now receive the psychiatric care he has long needed in Saudi Arabia, with the support of his family," said Ramzi Kassem, a law professor at the City University of New York who represented al-Qahtani with help from students for over a decade. "Keeping him at Guantanamo, where he was tortured, and then repeatedly attempted suicide, would have been a likely death sentence."

So, the United States has decided to send this would-be terrorist back home, to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, because of psychiatric issues.

Too bad we don't have psychiatric hospitals and asylums in the US to house guys like this.

Here's more on al-Qahtani from Reuters:

According to a Guantanamo detainee profile maintained by the Defense Department, al-Qahtani was trained by al-Quaeda and sought unsuccessfully to enter the United States on Aug. 4, 2001 to take part in the Sept. 11 attacks.

So, al-Qahtani did not participate in the 9/11 attacks only because he failed to enter the country.

And this guy is being sent home to be with family? I'm sure that he's a reformed man now, after being held 20 years. No way he holds any grudge towards America now.

The Biden Administration‘s incompetence knows no bounds.

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