British-born al-Qaida terrorist freed from jail

May 17, 2007 09:14


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A Muslim convert who said Osama bin Laden ordered him to set up a terrorist cell in Australia and who plotted to blow up the Israeli embassy in the capital was released on parole Thursday after serving half of a nine-year sentence. British-born Jack Roche walked out of the maximum-security Casuarina Prison in Western Australia State and stepped into a taxi that took him to his home in suburban Perth, the state capital, trailed by a throng of news crews.

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