Thursday, 16 February 2012

Abdulmutallab, Gets Mandatory terrorism Life In Jail


Abdulmutalab was today given the mandatory life sentence for some of the proven allegations against him, as stated by the constitution of the united states of America.

Abdulmutalab tried to blow up a Detroit-bound jetliner on Christmas Day 2009.

The hearing before federal Judge Nancy Edmunds was an open platform for passengers and crew of Northwest Airlines Flight 253 who wanted to speak.

Abdulmutallab, 25, the son of a wealthy Nigerian banker, pleaded guilty in October and admitted he was on a suicide mission for al-Qaida when he tried to detonate explosive chemicals hidden in his underwear minutes before the plane landed at Detroit Metropolitan Airport


*He shouldn't have any problem with this judgement since he was supposed to die in December 2011. Infact this is technically borrowed time for him.*

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