WASHINGTON, D.C. - The FBI has stated that the two Al Qaeda terrorists who were captured in Paducah, Kentucky two weeks ago have offered up a wealth of information on the Al Qaeda organization.
An FBI agent who did not want his name revealed stated that the two terrorists identified as Wally Ramadink, 51, and Shareefer P. Hamster, 29, sang like two little yellow canaries.
The two had been told that they would probably be sent down to Gitmo in Cuba where they would be waterboarded.
Upon hearing that comment, Ramadink and Hamster quickly revealed that they wanted no part of that and offered to answer any questions that the FBI had.
A team of 10 FBI agents spent 24 hours writing out over 900 questions that they wanted the two terrorists to answer.
And answer the questions they did.
Ramadink gave the investigating agents the user names of over 130 high ranking Al Qaeda officials. He also provided passwords, pin numbers, and social security numbers.
Hamster was allowed to go into his computer site and he showed FBI agents over 200 photos of Al Qaeda leaders, soldiers, and employees such as maids, gardeners, cooks, and camel herders.
SIDENOTE: The two Al Qaeda operatives will most likely be incarcerated at New York's Sing Sing Prison where they will be isolated from the main prison population for their own safety.