July 18, 2007, - 2:38 pm
**** UPDATE, 02/15/10: ‘Memba Her?: Texas Lesbian Muslim Terrorist Chick Caught Again . . . w/ Three Bombs ****
Yesterday Morning, I told you about the latest incident perpetrated by “Kimberly” Asma Al-Homsi and Aisha Abdel-Rahman Hamad–two Muslim women pretending to be crazy, so that they can test the system while not being taken seriously. They called police to their home for an apocryphal (non-lipstick) lesbian lovers’ spat.
When police got to their Arlington, Texas home, they had explosives set up within and without the home. Al-Homsi shot a paintball gun at a bomb-detonating robot and had stores of weaponry and explosive material inside the home.
I asked how many chances this Islamo-lesbian duo gets to commit crimes to test the system, without jail-time. And how many chances do they get for bail? A lot, apparently, since bail for Al-Homsi was set at a paltry $3,000 (which she, predictably, was able to pay), even though she’s a huge danger to society and has repeatedly proven it.
“Kimberly” Asma Al-Homsi & Aisha Abdul-Rahman Hamad:
Lesbian Muslim Terror Suspects Act Crazy to Test System
Here’s today’s update on the continuing absurdity of our lax treatment of these women:
A pipe that had been fashioned into an illegal firearm was among the items fire officials seized from the Arlington home shared by Kimberly “Asma” Al-Homsi and Aisha Hamad, authorities said. Other items included black powder, shotgun shells, pipes and putty.
Ms. Al-Homsi “was putting different items together to make what appears to be illegal explosive devices,” Arlington Assistant Fire Marshal Stephen Lea said. “They’ve got the components, but whether they’d function we don’t know at this point.”
Ms. Al-Homsi was arrested Monday on suspicion of possessing a prohibited weapon after police were involved in a standoff with Ms. Hamad at the house. But Ms. Al-Homsi, who has posted $3,000 bail, said the accusations are unfounded. . . .
She said she’s sick of being mistreated by law enforcement officials.
“I’m not a bad person, but they’re trying to make me look like this vicious, evil person who wants to do harm,” she said. . . .
She said she’s on a terrorism watch list and a no-fly list but denies any links to terrorism. Police officials have said they have no direct evidence that the women have ties to terrorism. [DS: As I wrote yesterday: "Ties" to terrorism? They ARE terrorism.]
Arlington police were called to Ms. Al-Homsi’s home Monday after her friend, Ms. Hamad, allegedly threatened her with a knife and barricaded herself from police for six hours.
Authorities said Ms. Hamad fired a paintball gun toward a tactical robot and, after a negotiator talked her out peacefully, fought with police while they were tried to handcuff her.
Ms. Hamad was taken to John Peter Smith Hospital for a mental evaluation. Arlington police say they will file an aggravated assault charge against her.
Police spokeswoman Christy Gilfour said officers searched the house on Wembley Road to make sure no one else was inside and notified the fire department after finding something suspicious.
“There was a pipe fashioned into an illegal firearm,” Mr. Lea said. “People will take a pipe and make it where a bullet can fit in one end and a firing pin will cause the bullet to go off.”
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