Bin Laden’s propagandist, Adel Abdul Barry, was released from the Customs Enforcement Detention Center in New Jersey on December 8 and flew back to London, England on the 10th.
Barry, 60, was sentenced to 25 years in prison for participating in the 1998 terrorist bombing attacks on the US embassies in Kenya and Tanzania.
Barry was sentenced to 25 years in prison for participating in the 1998 terrorist bombing attacks on the US embassies in Kenya and Tanzania.
According to reports, al-Qaeda organized terrorist bombings on the US embassies in Kenya and Tanzania in 1998, killing 224 people.
After the bombing, Barry rented an office in Kilburn Lane in London and was responsible for relaying a statement of responsibility to the media.
Al Qaeda organized terrorist bombings on the US embassies in Kenya and Tanzania in 1998, killing 224 people.
Barry was arrested in the UK in 1999 and extradited to the US in 2012, where he reached a plea agreement and was eventually sentenced to 25 years in prison. It is reported that Barry was charged with 285 crimes, but he only pleaded guilty to a few, including threats of murder with explosives and conspiracy to murder overseas American citizens.
Barry has been serving his sentence in the ADX Florence Super Prison in Colorado.
Barry had been serving his sentence in the ADX Florence Super Prison, Colorado, before being transported to the East Coast before returning to London.
According to reports, the judge agreed to release him on grounds of sympathy because, given his obesity and asthma, the new coronavirus poses a great risk to his health.
Barry’s lawyer argued earlier this year that his “morbid obesity” was an “extraordinary and convincing” reason for early release.
It is reported that Barry was born in Egypt and obtained British residency as a refugee in 1991. After that, Barry, the leader of the London group of a terrorist organization in Egypt, the organization followed the leadership of bin Laden’s al-Qaeda organization.
The British Cameron government has reached an agreement with the US to accept Barry’s return to the UK after his release to avoid “human rights violations.” If Barry is sent back to Egypt, he is likely to be tortured and killed.
Barry returned to London, causing controversy in public opinion. A security source said that his return to China is still a very headache for the Minister of the Interior. “A notorious terrorist was thrown at her door.”
Others said that Barry will almost certainly apply for benefits from the British government and obtain security monitoring to ensure its safety, which will cost taxpayers tens of thousands of pounds.
Barry’s lawyer said: “After so long, Mr. Barry just wants to enjoy a peaceful life with his family.”
It is reported that at a court hearing where Barry was sentenced, he admitted to using a fax machine and telephone to transmit information to bin Laden and Zawahiri, and then cried in front of the judge. Barry expressed regret and said to the judge: “If I can do something to make up for my fault and get the victim back, I will do it. Unfortunately, I can’t.”
Bari’s son, Abdul Majid Abdul, 29, is a rapper for the terrorist organization “Islamic State.”
According to other reports, Bari’s son, 29-year-old Abdul Majid Abdul, is a rapper for the terrorist organization “Islamic State”. He had traveled to Syria to participate in the “Islamic State” operation.
In April of this year, Abdul tried to sneak into the southern city of Almeria from North Africa and was captured by the Spanish authorities. It is reported that Abdul was deprived of his British nationality after fighting for the “Islamic State” in Iraq and Syria.