British authorities reluctantly released terror suspect Abu Qatada on bail Tuesday after judges ruled that the radical cleric dubbed Osama bin Laden's right-hand man in Europe should not be extradited to Jordan.
Abu Qatada arrives at his home in northwest London. British authorities reluctantly released the terror suspect after judges ruled that he should not be extradited to Jordan.
Heavily bearded and wearing a black cap, the Islamist preacher smiled slightly as he was driven out of the high-security Long Lartin prison in central England in the back of a black minibus.
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