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The prospect that John Walker Lindh and other released militants may take up arms again, or otherwise reoffend, has become a topic du jour among America’s self-styled terrorism experts.

The prospect that John Walker Lindh and other released militants may take up arms again, or otherwise reoffend, has become a topic du jour among America’s self-styled terrorism experts.

'American Taliban' John Walker Lindh was released after completing his 20-year sentence, but the Trump administration has another plan for American Al Qaeda sleeper agent Iyman Faris when his 20-year term is up: strip him of his US citizenship

Western foreign fighters like John Walker Lindh, who took up arms for the Taliban, are often more trouble than they’re worth for the jihadi groups they join

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Despite Donald Trump's efforts, "American Taliban" John Walker Lindh has been released from prison. Reporting by grantee @carolrosenberg  and her @nytimes  colleague @NirajC .

Western foreign fighters like John Walker Lindh, who took up arms for the Taliban, are often more trouble than they’re worth for the jihadi groups they join

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"American Taliban" John Walker Lindh was released from prison last week, but there's no indication he regrets his actions or has changed his ideology.

Just posted: John Walker Lindh's release is a reminder mostly of the failure of our military tribunals and Trump's cynical retreat on domestic terrorism.

"American Taliban" John Walker Lindh was released from prison today after 17 years. But is he still a radical? @carolrosenberg 's Pulitzer Center-supported reporting continues in the @nytimes .

From @JRezaian : John Walker Lindh shows why the rule of law is our strongest weapon against terrorism

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John Walker Lindh, “the American Taliban,” was freed today after 17 years in federal prison. Here are excerpts from our correspondence, in which he urges me to visit ISIS territory: (in ) @TheAtlantic 

John Walker Lindh, the "American Taliban" who pleaded guilty to terror-related charges after the September 11 attacks, has been released from prison

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The father of a former CIA officer killed in Afghanistan in 2001 has formally petitioned for an investigation of extremist comments allegedly made in prison by American Taliban fighter John Walker Lindh, who is scheduled to be released later this week

'American Taliban' John Walker Lindh wrote in letter that ISIS was 'doing a spectacular job'

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John Walker Lindh, the American captured fighting with the Afghan Taliban, is set to be released from prison today amid concerns that he remains a potentially violent Islamic extremist, current and former officials told @NBCNews .

He was the “American Taliban” captured during the invasion of Afghanistan in 2001. On Thursday, John Walker Lindh is scheduled to leave federal prison, released on probation after serving 17 years of a 20-year sentence for providing support to the Taliban.

American Taliban Abu Sulayman (John Walker Lindh), who fought and killed US soldiers, set to walk free Thursday: He should have faced a firing squad. Sulayman continues to call for violent jihad.

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John Walker Lindh, dubbed the "American Taliban," is released after more than 17 years in prison, but he's under tight restrictions. The government fears he still harbors radical views.

John Walker Lindh, the California man who became known as the "American Taliban" after his capture on an Afghanistan battlefield in late 2001, released from prison after 17 years.

John Walker Lindh, the "American Taliban" man who pleaded guilty to fighting for the Taliban after the 9/11 attacks, is slated to be released from prison next month under certain conditions. -

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