Of course, he isn’t in Jordan. He’s in Norway, where he has so far skillfully worked the laws to his advantage. From Aftenposten, with thanks to Filtrat:
A military tribunal in Jordan convicted 15 men – nine living and six presumed dead – as accessories to terrorism and connections to the al-Qaida network. A report from French news agency AFP named one of the convicted as Najmuddin Faraj Ahmad, who is better known as Mullah Krekar.
Krekar and seven others were sentenced in absentia to 15 years of hard prison labor while Ahmad Mahmoud Saleh al-Riyati, named the ringleader of the 15-man terror cell and the only one physically present at the trial, had his term reduced to seven and a half years prison labor. …
Norwegian prosecutors dismissed all charges against Mullah Krekar on Tuesday after deciding that they had insufficient reliable evidence to pursue his alleged links to terrorist activities. The prosecution cited the alleged torture of a potential witness against Krekar as undermining their case.