PHOTO FILE: Image undoubtedly distributed by American Taliban John Walker Lindh, distributed February 5, 2002. American Taliban Warrior John Walker Lindh, who has been described by a prosecutor as a "committed terrorist" who abandoned his country, was soon abandoned. from federal prison while some US law makers are concerned it is still a security risk. REUTERS / Photo / Photo File
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – State Secretary of State Mike Pompeo condemned the release of Thursday's pending John Walker Lindh, who was arrested in America in 2001 fighting for the Taliban, and said he believed the decision needed to be reviewed.
“Undoubtedly and unconscious,” said Pompeo in an interview with Fox News. Pompeo said Lindh is still “threatening the United States of America, and remains committed to the jhad that he was engaged in American slaughter and a major CIA officer. There is something worrying and wrong about it. ”
Reporting by Dóna Chiacu; Edited by Chizu Nomiyama
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