GUANTANAMO BAY U.S. NAVAL BASE, Cuba (Reuters) – U.S. security restrictions governing the statements of former CIA captives held at Guantanamo are so stringent that one prisoner’s assessment of basketball star LeBron James was treated as a top national secret for two months, a military defense lawyer said on Tuesday. The incident was disclosed by Navy Lieutenant Commander Kevin Bogucki, a defense lawyer for Yemeni defendant Ramzi Binalshibh, one of five prisoners charged with orchestrating the September 11 plot to crash hijacked commercial planes into U.S. buildings. Bogucki said another of his Guantanamo prisoner clients, former CIA captive Muhammed Rahim, wrote a note criticizing the National Basketball Association star’s decision to leave the Cleveland Cavaliers for the Miami Heat in 2010. “LeBron James is a very bad man. He should apologize to the city of Cleveland,” Bogucki quoted the note as saying. ”It took that classification authority approximately two months to determine that my client’s opinion of LeBron James did not pose a grievous threat to national security,” said Bogucki, who did not indicate when the note was written.
Listen everybody knows I’m not the biggest Lebron James fan. I’ve taken my fair share of shots at him over the past couple years. And everytime I do some crybabies start whining that I’m being unfair to him. Well doesn’t this story validate everything I’ve ever said about the guy? That’s he’s the scum of the universe. That he’s everything that is wrong with the world. That he is a diva. I mean don’t take my word for it. Take the terrorist who blew up the World Trade Center’s word for it. Like when the guy who orchestrated 9/11 is saying you’re a bad dude and should apologize to the City of Cleveland that’s when you know you’re the antichrist. Literally the worst human of all time.
Lebron James – “Even worse than a terrorist”