Muhammed Rahim is a Guantanamo Bay detainee. You most likely don’t have that in common with him. However, you and Rahim may share a mutual dislike for NBA superstar LeBron James.
In a letter to his Akron, Ohio lawyer, the former translator for Osama bin Laden shared his less-than-favorable opinion of LBJ.
“Dear Mr. Warner!” Rahim wrote. “Lebron James is very bad man. He should apologise to the city of Cleveland.”
James actually did apologize to the city by the lake in 2011. No word if Rahim had anything to do with that act of contrition. My gut says he didn’t.
One can only imagine how angry the alleged Al Qaeda member was when James led the Americans to yet another gold medal in London. He’s probably not an avid USA basketball fan either.