August 15, 2006, - 12:28 am
By Debbie Schlussel
I’m getting a lot of gloating e-mails from friends and close relatives of Ali Houssaiky and Osama Sabhi Abulhassan, the Dearbornistan Boys who lied to police and bought multiple cellphones. They had almost $11,000 cash and Metro Detroit Airport security information and passenger lists.
The gloating is because the terrorism felony charges have been dropped against them. They can gloat all they want, but the fact is that the charges were dropped WITHOUT PREJUDICE. In legal terms, that means they can be brought again, while the investigation continues. And, make no mistake, it is continuing.
Here is the key phrase from WTAP’s coverage of this latest development:
Prosecutors are saying there is enough evidence in support of probable cause, but not enough to prove charges beyond a reasonable doubt.
Even if enough solid evidence can’t be found eventually, that doesn’t mean they weren’t involved in a terror plot. They likely were.
There is plenty of suspicious stuff on these guys, like the fact that they used the “my father is a construction worker” story. And the fact that Houssaiky’s mother, Nada Houssaiky, claimed she needed the passenger manifests and security info because she was in some sort of training (she’s been in the job loading Royal Jordanian passengers onto the flight manifests for years–yet suddenly she needs to train for it). We know a lot more stuff about her, and it’s frightening. The woman should have been banned from Metro Detroit Airport long ago.
And why did the two 20-year-olds get paid a check for $5,000 (the check was introduced in court by their soon-fired attorney) for wasting a lot of gas over a tiny profit? A lot is going on here, and it’s not good.
And there is more. Stay tuned.
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