Lebron James (L) of the U.S. high-fives teammate Kevin Durant against Spain at their men's gold medal basketball match at the North Greenwich Arena in London during the London 2012 Olympic Games August 12, 2012. (Photo : REUTERS/Sergio Perez)
Who would've ever guessed that Osama bin Laden's translator was into basketball, more specifically, the NBA and LeBron James?
It appears to be that Muhammed Rahim, former translator to the now ceased-to-be head of Al Qaeda, told his attorney his thoughts about the now NBA Champion and once Cleveland Cavalier, LeBron James.
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"Dear Mr. Warner! LeBron James is very bad man. He should apologize to the city of Cleveland,' Rahim told Carlos Warner, his attorney, according to the Washington Post.
Carlos Warner sent a letter to the Washington Post detailing some of his clients complaints and comments which included wanting a cat to accompany him while in Guantanamo Bay.
Carlos Warner is actually from Akron, Ohio - place where James is from - and Mr. Rahim may have not heard that James recently earned not only Cleveland but the entire USA an Olympic Gold medal last week...maybe, this should change Mr. Rahim's impression on Lebron.
LeBron James' role during last Saturday's game helped USA defeat Spain for the Men's Olympics Basketball gold medal. A three-pointer from James late in the 4th quarter of the game and various assists and important plays helped USA cap off the games with a win.