Khalid Sheikh Mohammed
Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the main accused in the case of the terrorist attacks of 11 September 2001 in the United States, wrote to now former President Barack Obama. On Wednesday, February 8, reports the Miami Herald.
According to the newspaper, contained in guantánamo, Mohammed wrote a letter in January 2015, however the prison administration refused to send it. In September of the same year, the us Treasury attorney filed a motion for delivery of mail, and a year later, judge James Paul gave consent. At the time Obama was getting ready to leave the White house in connection with the termination of his second term.
In message of 18 pages, the publication gives only the most expressive excerpts from it. In particular, Mohammed calls Obama a “snake’s head” and President of “the country of oppression and tyranny.”
“We didn’t start the war against you on the day of 9/11. It is you and your dictators in our country”, — the author continues.
According to him, he “will never beg for mercy” from the United States, including the court, and the prospects of life imprisonment and the death penalty, not afraid. “I’ll be glad to be alone in my cell to the rest of my days to pray to Allah and repent to him of all my sins and transgressions. And if you sentence me to death, I’m even more happy to meet Allah and his prophets, to see their good friends, whom you unjustly killed around the world, and see Sheikh Osama bin Laden,” writes Mohammed.
He also makes fun of Obama, in particular, calls him a “smart lawyer who is familiar with human rights”, which “can kill his enemy without trial, and throw his body into the sea instead to give his body to the family or respect him as a human being enough to bury”.
Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the main accused (all five of them) held in Guantanamo trial in the case of the terrorist attacks of 11 September 2001 in the United States. In 2003, he was captured during a RAID in Pakistan and within 3.5 years was kept in a prison network the CIA, where he was subjected to cruel interrogation techniques, and in 2006 was transferred to Guantanamo.
11 September 2001 in the USA took the largest terrorist attack in modern history. Two planes crashed into the world trade center towers in new York, the third fell into the Pentagon and another one crashed near the city of Shanksville, Pennsylvania. In the death of 2 976 people, more than 4 thousand were wounded.