May 29, 2007, - 3:17 pm
By Debbie Schlussel
The Keystone Koppery Kontinues at the FBI. The Federal Bureau of Investigation, it seems, can’t do much of an investigation. And that should scare us all. It should ask us why we entrust this incompetent agency to be the lead law enforcement agency when it comes to terrorism.
This one would be fricking hilarious, if it weren’t so sad and scary. The agency oozes incompetence and ineptness. And it’s clearly too easy to infiltrate.
From January 7 to March 16, Zakaria Sinie, a Chadian Muslim trained at the FBI Academy in Quantico, where G-Men are trained. Sinie was one of 270 cops the FBI was training. Except that Sinie wasn’t a cop at all. He lied about it, claiming to be a Chadian police officer, when he was no such thing. Oh, and get this: While he was there, Sinie was videotaping the FBI Academy. Gee, I wonder why. You’d think the FBI would wonder, too: Why is this man from majority Muslim Chad (where jihad by Arab Muslims against Christians is ongoing and continuously victorious) videotaping us? But, the Keystone Kops ‘R’ Klueless. So, they didn’t think anything of it.
The New York Post’s Dan Mangan reports:
The “quiet” Sinie lived, studied at and strolled around the Quantico facility with a still and video camera for 91/2 weeks before he was found not to be a cop, expelled and sent home to Chad, sources said.
And this is supposed to be the agency that investigates terrorists?! They can’t even investigate those they train in their methods and other classified info at their elite law enforcement academy. If they can’t conduct a basic background check for their own academy, do you really believe they are competent enough to investigate and find terrorists?
Don’t bet your life on it. Predictably/per usual, the FBI is trying to cover up the agency’s glaring incompetence.
Academy spokesman Kurt Crawford said a student was sent home to Chad “due to an honor-code violation” but would not provide further details about the case.
Honor code? Hello . . . ? A non-cop, who successfully lies to make his way in and videotape the place, ain’t followin’ no honor code.
As for the “honor code” the FBI is supposed to have with the American people, well, forget that, too. Remember the thing about how they promise to uphold the law of the Constitution of the United States of America and serve and protect?
If they aren’t even checking the background of an African Muslim they see videotaping the place, we can consider that promise irreparably broken.
Famous But Incompetent . . . the Keystone Koppery Kontinues.
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