2 Terror Suspects Arrested in Seattle — Planned Grenade Attack on Recruiting Station
Of course, the media is quick to say that they are obviously misunderstanding their religion. Even going so far as to bring up the question of the suspects’ mental health. Like we haven’t heard that one a hundred times before…
And, dutifully in lock step with the Muzzie victimization card, the mayor of Seattle faithfully braces for some sort of chimerical backlash against Muslims.
H/T – IslamsNotForMe
SEATTLE (AP) — Agents arrested two men in a terror plot sting after one of them arrived in Seattle from Los Angeles intent on attacking a military recruiting station to “wake the Muslims up” to defending their religion from U.S. actions abroad, authorities said Thursday.
bu Khalid Abdul-Latif, also known as Joseph Anthony Davis, of Seattle, and Walli Mujahidh, also known as Frederick Domingue Jr., of Los Angeles, were arrested Wednesday night after they arrived at a warehouse garage to pick up machine guns to use in the attack, an FBI agent wrote in a criminal complaint filed in U.S. District Court.
The machine guns had been rendered inoperable by federal agents and posed no risk to the public.
The men were scheduled to make initial court appearances Thursday on terrorism and firearms charges. It was not immediately clear if they had obtained attorneys. They could life in prison if convicted.
The Homeland Security Department said in a May 31 assessment with other organizations that it did not think it likely there would be coordinated terrorist attacks against military recruiting and National Guard facilities.
The agencies agreed, however, that lone offenders or groups would continue to try to launch attacks against these facilities.
“Our review of attempted attacks during the past two years suggests that lone offenders currently present the greatest threat,” according to the assessment, marked “for official use only” and obtained by The Associated Press.Explore posts in the same categories: Arrests, Muslims in The USA, Terrorists