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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - William Boykin
The U.S. held him captive for a time in 2004 before an unconditional release put him back into Iraq's growing Sunni insurgency.
"He's a hard-core jihadist," said retired Army Lt. Gen. William Boykin, who was the Pentagon's No. 2 intelligence official.
"As a result, he's been able to build a strong network of pretty evil people."