al-Qaeda 'Perfect witness' for Crown
Barry Artiste, Now Public Contributor
Certainly in the world of Terrorism, you can be rest assured when caught, al-Qaeda Terrorists will "Squeal Like Little Piggies" to help themselves by cutting a deal with Police.
Loyalty seems like a dirty word among Terrorists, because there is even "honour among thieves", but when it comes to al-Qaeda, honour amongst comrades in arms only extends as far as covering your cowardly asses.
In the United Kingdom, the press called him a "supergrass," the British slang for an informer.
He was the star witness at the 2006 fertilizer bomb plot trial that convicted five young British Muslim men for their plan to blow up a night club, a shopping complex and target gas and electric supplies in the U.K.
In the days before the 2004 arrests of his co-conspirators, Mohammed Junaid Babar was "Big Dawg," a Pakistani-born U.S. citizen who lived to wage Islamic holy war on the West.
But after FBI agents picked him up on the streets near his home in Queen's, N.Y., on April 6, 2004, he made a fateful choice to testify against his so-called "bros" and cut a deal to pare down his own jail time.
This week, Babar, 33, testified for nearly three days as a prosecution witness in the terrorism trial of Mohammad Momin Khawaja.