Peaceful small village cobbler, Gihad Petto was swept up in America's war on terror and shipped off to detention and torture in US concentration camp at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
The gentle craftsman was exposed to round the clock interrogation, water boarding and forced to listen to English language instructional videos made by George Bush.
Finally after three years he was released without charges.
Upon returning to his Kuwaiti home his wife told neighbors that she felt like she was living with a stranger: "Instead of making his funny little puppets and repairing shoes, Gihad would rant and rave in a foreign tongue with a Texan accent. I studied English at the University and what he was mumbling was not English. After awhile he began blowing up puppets in the backyard. That's when I left. It does not surprise me.
"Toward the end the poor soul told friends that Pinocchio was telling him that George Bush was the devil and that he must die to save Iraq from the Great Satan."