John Walker Lindh

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American who fought for Taliban freed early from US prison
John Walker Lindh released, though some politicians say he may still be security risk

Oliver Laughland in New York

23, May, 2019 @5:37 PM

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The road that led from tough Paris estate to radical Yemen training
Killer brothers travelled the route taken by a growing cadre of young men

Jason Burke

10, Jan, 2015 @4:23 PM

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America's 'detainee 001' – the persecution of John Walker Lindh
Frank Lindh, father of 'American Taliban' John Walker Lindh, explains why his son is an innocent victim of America's 'war on terror'

Frank Lindh

10, Jul, 2011 @4:08 PM

As President George Bush's days in office dwindle, 3,000 ask for pardons or commutations

President Bush, who hasn't pardoned many criminals in his time, will have a chance to spare legions before leaving office in January

McClatchy newspapers

12, Aug, 2008 @2:46 PM

A troubling case

Fareena Alam: In the post-9/11 hysteria, John Walker Lindh - the 'American Taliban' - never stood much chance of a fair trial.

Fareena Alam

16, Jun, 2007 @12:00 PM

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'My country is sleepwalking'

Steve Earle has penned a sympathetic song for John Walker Lindh, the American Taliban member. What possessed him? John Harris finds out.

John Harris

23, Sep, 2002 @11:02 AM

From hot tub to hot water
July 16: Duncan Campbell waxes lyrical about Marin county, the Californian enclave of liberalism where he, and John Walker Lindh, used to live.

Duncan Campbell

16, Jul, 2002 @1:24 PM

US Taliban fighter admits guilt
The American Taliban fighter John Walker Lindh accepted the certainty of a 20-year jail sentence yesterday by changing his plea to guilty on two of the 10 charges he faced.

Matthew Engel, Washington

16, Jul, 2002 @1:01 AM

Lindh surprises court with guilty plea
John Walker Lindh, the US citizen charged with aiding the Taliban and al-Qaida, today changed his plea to guilty.

Staff and agencies

15, Jul, 2002 @3:01 PM

I was tortured by US troops, says Taliban American
Lawyers for John Walker Lindh, the American who fought with the Taliban, claim he was systematically brutalised and threatened with 'torture and death' after US troops seized him.

Peter Beaumont, foreign affairs editor

24, Mar, 2002 @2:33 AM

Walker Lindh's lawyers will seek prison release
Lawyers representing John Walker Lindh, the US citizen captured with Taliban soldiers in Afghanistan, will today ask for him to be released from jail.

Simon Jeffery

06, Feb, 2002 @2:30 PM

Shaven, sluggish Lindh appears in court
John Walker Lindh, the Californian captured while fighting with the Taliban, finally appeared in public in his home country yesterday.

Matthew Engel in Alexandria

25, Jan, 2002 @2:09 AM

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