Self-made mercenary/moron Gary Faulkner who traveled to Pakistan last year to capture Osama Bin Laden says he deserves a portion of the $25 million bounty for serving up the Al-Qaida leader "on a platter."
Faulkner was detained in Pakistan after attempting to cross the border into Afghanistan. He was armed with a pistol, night-vision goggles and a samurai sword. He's now back in his Colorado home and telling reporters that the publicity surrounding his quest forced bin Laden out of Afghanistan and into Pakistan. "I had a major hand [to] play in this wonderful thing, getting him out of the mountains and down to the valleys… Someone had to get him out of there. That's where I came in," he told ABC News.
It's interesting that Osama would be forced out of a cave in a mountainous desert and into a luxurious complex in the posh Pakistani suburbs. He must have been cursing Faulkner's name as he faded off to sleep on his Tempur-Pedic mattress.
Now that Faulkner's primary target has been taken down in a completely different country than the one he was searching in, who will he hunt next? Will he scour South Korea for Kim Jong Il? Will he turn Iraq inside-out looking for Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad?
Beware evil-doers, Gary Faulkner just took out Bad Guy #1. You better hope you're not next on his list.
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