9/11 Mastermind Worked on Vacuum Cleaner in CIA Detention (No, Seriously)

According to an AP report, the CIA granted a request by 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed to be allowed to work on a vacuum cleaner while in U.S. detention in Romania. Mohammed, who graduated in 1986 with a mechanical engineering degree from North Carolina A&T State University, was allowed to work on a redesigned vacuum cleaner, using internet designs.The CIA now says it allowed the request in order to keep him sane.Michelle Malkin weighed in on Fox and Friends this morning, saying she's amazed that Mohammed was apparently allowed to relax in U.S. custody, reportedly watching movies, reading Harry Potter books and eating Snickers while he still has never faced justice for taking American lives.Watch the full interview as Malkin discusses the effort to delay the ObamaCare employer mandate and the latest reports of Guantanamo Bay hunger strikes