Now that we have released his buddies they can really plot against us.
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The future leader of the militant army sweeping through Iraq had some chilling words for his guards in 2009 when he was released from Camp Bucca, the largest U.S. detention camp in Iraq at the time: “I’ll see you guys in New York.”

Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi’s words weren’t really taken as a threat, Army Col. Kenneth King, the then-commander of the internment camp told The Daily Beast, because al-Baghdadi knew most of his captors were from New York.

Most of the reservists were with the 306 Military Police Battalion, based on Long Island, and were drawn from New York police or fire departments. In addition, the camp was named for FDNY Fire Marshal Ronald Bucca, who was killed at the World Trade Center on 9/11.

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