Most likely more gentle that 3000 men, women and children crashing down a few dozen building stories in a burning heap of twisted steel and stone.
Who care, "let the Liberal press wait outside while I teach this young man some manners."
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan (Reuters) -- Pakistani security forces have rounded up about two dozen suspected al Qaeda members using information from the third in command of the network who was arrested early this week, officials said on Thursday.
Officials told Reuters that Abu Faraj al-Libbi, who U.S. counter-terrorism agents say became al Qaeda operations chief and third in command two years ago, could also provide leads to the whereabouts of leader Osama bin Laden and his deputy Ayman al-Zawahri.
i wonder if there interigations are "gentle"