Monday, February 05, 2007
American intelligence says this man, Jamal Jafaar Mohammed, was convicted of bombing American and French embassies in the eighties. He now sits in the Iraqi parliament, and because of that, American authorities say they cannot arrest him as he has immunity from prosecution.
Funny how the administration picks and chooses which foreign officials have diplomatic immunity and which do not, isn't it? After all, didn't we hang the former president of the country?
Personally, I think we should have snatched him up when he played the Super Bowl halftime show the other day.