Thursday, June 24, 2010

US Navy Diver Robert Stetham's Killer gets what's coming to him....IN SPADES !

Ladies & Gents - There's GOOD NEWS tonite !!!!

Lebanese citizen Mohammad Ali Hamadeh has been killed in Saturday's U.S. drone attack on al-Qaida hideout in Pakistan's North Waziristan, the German news agency DPA reported.

DPA has it that Hamadeh returned to Lebanon in December 2005 after being secretly released in Germany, where he was serving a life sentence for the 1985 hijacking of a TWA jetliner and killing of a U.S. Navy Diver Robert Stetham.

Hamadeh had been released from a German prison in 2005 on bail after spending nearly 19 years in prison.

DPA, citing intelligence information, said Hamadeh fought along Hizbullah before moving to North Waziristan where he joined "Islamic Jihad" which has links to al-Qaida.

A U.S. drone attack on Saturday destroyed an al-Qaida hideout in North Waziristan, killing 11 militants in the tribal redoubt on the Afghan border, security officials said.

AWESOME use of the technology Dude....radical !!!

The scene from the movie " The Peacemaker" resonates....George Clooney plays Col. Thomas Devoe, a bit of an old fashioned Rogue:

Col Devoe is tracking the bad guys and the run-away nukes when he calls the bad guy on this cell phone while surveiling him via satelite:

[Devoe phones Kodoroff, who is driving a truck loaded with stolen nuclear warheads]

Devoe: You watched CNN during Desert Storm. You remember all those television shots from the nose cone of the GBU missiles slammininto those trucks? Remember that picture? How it kept gettincloser and bigger on the screen

You’d just about see the faces of those drivers and thenZap! The picture went dead, we didn’t get to see what happened next. Well guess what, Alek? You will.

To the SHITE-HEAD Terrorist bast-rd who got what was coming to him, have a nice time in Hades, where you will be spending the rest of eternity....getting what you deserve...IN SPADES.

1 comment:

bradfendentz said...

I went through 2nd Class Dive School the year after Dean's death with his brother Pat. We were dive buddies during pool week. Before we graduated we attended his other brother's Seal School graduation at Coronodo. I believe his name was Rob and if I remember right, the Secretary of the Navy was there for that. Pat had pictures of his slain brother in his locker as incentive. I have tried to contact Pat over the years, but I have been unsuccessful. Glad to see Dean being remembered by the commissioning of a ship. I don't think there is a better honor in the navy then that.