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Posted: 4/13/2006 11:52:01 AM EDT
Has anyone heard anything from or about him lately?
Link Posted: 4/13/2006 11:53:49 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 4/13/2006 11:56:50 AM EDT by R-32]
That piece of shit could not rot fast enough for me.



I really think it is too bad that he is taking up good oxygen, They should just hand him over to the members of the unit he would have went with. Too many good men died when that POS could have made a nice round catcher.


I never did hear how long that traitor piece of shit got, but Im sure it is not long enough, I do seem to remmember seeing something from his wife/girlfriend or whatever she was, but I did not stick around long enough to watch the rest of the story.
Link Posted: 4/13/2006 11:59:48 AM EDT

Ryan Gibson Anderson (born 1978), is an American convicted of attempting to engage in espionage for al-Qaeda, charges amounting to attempted treason.[1] Anderson lived in Everett, Washington, and converted from Lutheranism to Islam circa 1998. He attended Washington State University, where he studied Middle Eastern military history; he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 2002.

Anderson was a Specialist (E-4) in the 81st Armored Brigade of the United States Army National Guard, he was caught in an FBI sting operation, resulting in his arrest on February 12, 2004. Anderson was a tank crew member, training with his unit at Fort Lewis near Tacoma, Washington. Prior to his capture, Anderson was caught on a surveillance tape, when he said the following: "I wish to desert from the U.S. Army. I wish to defect from the United States. I wish to join al-Qaeda, train its members and conduct terrorist attacks."

He was arrested 12 February 2004 after a joint investigation by the United States Army, United States Justice Department, and FBI. They monitored his online activities, such as logging onto extremist Internet chat rooms, trying to get in touch with al-Qaeda operatives, and offering the organization information on United States military capabilities and weaponry. Shortly before his arrest, Anderson was recorded on video surveillance providing tactical information on methods of killing US troops and destroying tanks to undercover agents posing as al-Qaeda operatives.

On 2 September 2004, a military jury found Anderson guilty of five counts of attempting to aid and provide intelligence to the enemy. In his defense, Anderson's lawyers made an insanity plea, offerring medical testimony that he suffered from bipolar disorder and Asperger's syndrome. They also claimed that he used role-playing to create structure in his life, ergo inducing him into the entrapment created by the authorities. He was given a demotion to the rank of private, a dishonorable discharge, and sentenced to life imprisonment, with the possibility of eligibility for parole.

Link Posted: 4/13/2006 12:17:28 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Phil_in_Seattle:

sentenced to life imprisonment, with the possibility of eligibility for parole.



Should have been sentenced to 30 min's left on this earth, then hung from the neck until dead!
Link Posted: 4/13/2006 12:35:43 PM EDT
It's RebelGray.
Link Posted: 4/13/2006 12:45:37 PM EDT

Originally Posted By JAFO:
It's RebelGray.



Oh, well that changes everything.....
Link Posted: 4/13/2006 1:00:47 PM EDT
Unless he can 'un-crazy' himself --- he's locked up for life.
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