December 1, 2010, - 4:26 pm
On Monday, an unnamed student from Dearborn made an online violent threat against students from Detroit’s Wayne State University. Thereafter, the FBI got involved and searched the student’s Dearbornistan home, banning the student from the campus.
As you probably noted, the key word here is “unnamed.” I wondered: is the student named, “Mohammed?” Is he Muslim? After all, Dearborn is dominated by Muslims. And when there’s a threat of violence made by someone from Dearbornistan a/k/a Little Bint Jbeil, the odds are pretty good in Vegas that that “someone” is Muslim. I was waiting for the name to be released, but it hasn’t been. And I wondered why . . . if other than political correctness based on what I think might be the religious and/or ethnic identity of the perpetrator.
I called and spoke with Wayne State University Campus Police Chief Tony Holt, who was impressive in his willingness to be interviewed and respond to questions. I appreciated it, and it was refreshing, compared with the usual runaround law enforcement authorities often give regarding press investigations.
Here’s a summary of the important points of our discussion:
Holt told me that he is not releasing the name of the alleged perpetrator because the investigation is ongoing and because it also involves the FBI. When the investigation is wrapped up and/or charges are filed, the name will be available. That’s pretty standard. Holt said he anticipates the investigation wrapping up in a few days and was not at liberty to say whether or not the suspect is of Arabic and/or Muslim background. He didn’t rule it out, either. When I asked whether the FBI agents involved were from the Joint Terrorism Task Force, Holt said that they were not. But that might just be what they told him. You can bet that if this person is a Muslim, the FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force is on top of it . . . but only for more ink-filled papers for their circular file. That’s what they do.
Chief Holt would not say what the nature of the threat was but that the student was immediately banned from campus pending the investigation. You can bet that’s a serious threat. He also said that the threat was not left on Facebook, Twitter, or MySpace, but on an online chat room, which he did not specifically identify.
Draw your own conclusions. allahu FUBAR. As I always say, the enemy is not at the gates. The enemy is inside the gates and has been for a long time. When will we wake up?
Exit Question: So, am I on the money? Do you think my suspicions that this person is Muslim are correct? Or am I just a “racist,” Islamophobic bigot who needs to see past 9/11, Beirut 1983, the USS Cole, the two East African U.S. embassies, the Undiebomber, the Times Square Bomber, the Shoe Bomber, the Christmas Tree Bomber . . . where, in every single case, the religion and ethnicity of those involved was “just a coincidence?”
Stay tuned. I’ll be following this.
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