Thursday, March 02, 2006

Bye-bye Sat Phones!

DISCOURAGED FORWARD! Junior Cape Crusaders Worldwide and our new trusty-side kick Award Winning Journalist Ed Caraballo!

Well Junior Cape Crusaders....remember the old saying...he who laughs last, laughs best! So let us start by saying....ROFLMAOWTIME!

Jackbo says "I have a question for the people at the other website who say ‘there goes your Sat Phone, Jackbo’ and things like that. If Jack were just a renegade wannabe fake SF guy, then how in the world is it possible that he has a SAT phone at all? How is it possible that entire families of Afghans are coming to his defense? How is it possible that they’re armed to the teeth to defend him? Your position on Jack not being what he claims to be seems to have completely gone up in smoke, considering what Karzai has attempted to do (move Al Qaeda into his cell block [failed] and take away his phones [failed])."

Because Jack you pay off General Fahim's people thats why. You have lost your privileges many times and in times of these losses you have proxies play the part to make it look like your still operational. But its like we said Jack you just ain't getting this! Neither is Lynn Thomas your proxy! You just don't know when to shut that big lying foul mouth of yours. So we helped shut it for you.

As we told you it would happen!

Security to Be Tightened at Afghan Prison

KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) - Authorities pledged to push ahead with plans to improve security at Kabul's main prison, even though earlier moves to do so sparked a four-day riot that left six people dead and dozens wounded, officials said Thursday. Prisoners will be forced to trade their civilian clothes for blue prison uniforms and visitors will no longer be able to mix freely with the inmates, said Abdul Salaam Bakshi, chief of prisons in Afghanistan.

Inmates at Policharki jail went on a rampage last Saturday after refusing new prison uniforms that were being introduced after some Taliban inmates escaped in December by disguising themselves as visitors.``Of course, we are going to make all the prisoners wear uniforms and we will build special visitors' rooms with wire-mesh screens dividing the two sides,'' Bakshi said.He doubted whether the move would prompt the prisoners to riot again.``Everything is safe and peaceful at the jail now,'' he said.

The uprising ended Wednesday with the 1,300 rioting prisoners surrendering and being moved from a wrecked wing of the jail to a new block. A hardcore group of about 100 al-Qaida and Taliban detainees, who were blamed for inciting the violence, were confined to higher-security quarters. Reporters were allowed into the prison late Wednesday, but couldn't talk to inmates. One wrecked, three-story prison block was dark and empty, its walls riddled from bullets. Bakshi refused a request by journalists at Thursday's news conference for an extended tour of the facility and to be allowed to talk to the inmates. He said it was against their rights and would violate Afghan law.

Many of the prisoners, including three Americans detained there, had mobile phones with them, but Mohammed Qasim Hashimzai, the deputy justice minister, said they had all been confiscated. One of the Americans, Edward Caraballo, had used his phone to call the media and claim some prisoners had threatened to kill him.Hashimzai, though, said no threat was made against Caraballo. Efforts to contact the American on Thursday were unsuccessful [Bye-bye Sat phones big mouth..tough guy!].

The three U.S. citizens were convicted last year of running a private jail in Kabul as part of a freelance hunt for terrorists. The uprising was the second in just over a year at the jail. The last one in December 2004 left eight people dead, four of them guards. The unrest at Policharki, which was built on the outskirts of the Afghan capital in the 1970s and is notorious for harsh and crowded conditions, has shaken what little confidence remained in its ability to keep its 2,000 prisoners under control.

Some of the prison blocks are being renovated ahead of the expected arrival of some 110 Afghan terror suspects later this year from the U.S. military prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, but there has been little work on the rest of the facility. 03/02/06 06:22 EST

Let us say this one more time Jackbo! Your a renegade wannabe fake SF guy and a LIAR! So is Lynn Thomas...BTW Thomas wrong ID on SoJ! LOL! DOLT!


1 comment:

Stupor Patriots said...

BTW Kender....

Just in case you drop in.... Get a Life Don!