Those who are keen to free everyone at Gitmo, take note. Yazid Sufaat, a microbiologist who oversaw Al Qaeda’s germ warfare programs, has been released from a Malaysian jail. Held since 2001, the Malaysian government has informed the US that they no longer have grounds to legally detain him. Sufaat earned a degree at the California State University of Sacramento and became a devout follower of the South Asian sect Jemaah Islamiah in the Nineties. He is believed to have contributed to the terrorist attacks on America of September 11 2001 by hosting key planning meetings. Sufaat’s release comes just a day after a report was released warning that future Al Qaeda attacks are likely to be biological.
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