The CERN physicist who plotted with Islamic terrorists has been sentenced to five years in prison.


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The CERN physicist who planned bombing attacks with Islamic terrorists has been sentenced to five years in prison.

The sentence includes one year “suspended”, and might end up being shortened further for time served and other sentence reductions. I wonder what he’ll do when he gets out.

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  • wodun

    Just goes to show that a lack of education isn’t the driving force behind islamist terrorism.

  • Pzatchok

    They will just hire him back.

    Religion has nothing to do with science, or at least that’s what they say.

    But they really will either hire him back or complain that they could use him because he was such a good scientist that he could not be replaced.

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