December 21, 2014
DENVER (AP) - An American who traveled to Pakistan to track down
Osama Bin Laden but wound up getting detained by authorities is
back home in Colorado.
Gary Faulkner of Greeley, Colo., arrived at the Denver airport
around midnight Wednesday after a flight from Los Angeles.
He told reporters that he was feeling good but was looking
forward to taking a nap.
Faulkner had been detained in Pakistan since June 13 after going
their to kill the al-Qaida leader.
At the Los Angeles airport, he referred to Bin Laden when he
told KTLA-TV that "we can't let people like this scare us." Then
he added: "We scare them and that's what this is about."
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