I just watched the news conference discussing the cause of death of Jordanian- born Al Qaeda leader Abu Nusab al Zarqaia. He died about fifty minutes after US Air Force F-16s dropped a couple of 500 pound bombs on the "safe house" he was meeting his spiritual adviser at. US Army General Caldwell announced that he lived through the initial blast, and was pulled from the wreckage by local police before Allied-American forces reached the scene about thirty minutes later. He passed away from internal lung damaged caused by the blast concussion. He tried to get off the stretcher when he recognized he was about to be captured by American forces, but died as Medics began to give medical care to him. I say good riddance, this man was an animal who had no compassion for human life. Some other nut case will step forward to take his place, no way will this end the violence there. Another news source said that he had just got through training three hundred other terrorist in Iraq, so more attacks are sure to come. I hope that the intelligence gathered at the scene will help round up more of his kind. His death is a big win for the Iraqi and American forces. He was responsible for beheading helpless prisoners, many suicide and roadside bombings, and being the main organizer against the new Iraqi government. The bad part, he has probably killed more Moslem's than the "infidels" in the internal tribal warfare between the Sunni and Shiite Moslem's. All in all, hopefully his death will be a turning point in this conflict, allowing the Iraqis to take control of their country so we can start bringing our forces home.