December 23, 2010, - 12:29 pm
When Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab tried to detonate his underwear to blow up a plane headed for Detroit, I wrote about several other incidents in which passengers engaged in outbursts and other suspicious behavior on other flights–including one also originating in Amsterdam–headed to Detroit. But we were told by authorities and the media: nothing to see here, move along. I knew for a fact that one of these was not just a “nothing to see here,” as I know that the man–who had a one-way ticket and no checked luggage–told FBI agents that he was businessman meeting a woman in Detroit. I also know that it was a lie and that authorities followed him, and he instead went straight to an extremist mosque in Washington, DC. That’s exclusive information you won’t see anywhere else, but on this site.
Now, Detroit’s ABC affiliate has obtained Detroit Metro Airport police reports on two of these Christmas day passengers who were deliberately acting out, just as I said a year ago. Watch this video, and you will see something very clear: they were testing the system and had larger plans than just one plane exploding from underwear.
I’m not sure which of these is the one who went to the DC mosque, though I believe that person is from a separate incident on the same Amsterdam-to-Detroit flight, the next day. I believe it’s the first guy, who screamed about Afghanistan on the plane. Regardless, I know that the man was not immediately “deported” back to Amsterdam. He was allowed to wander within the U.S., and I’m even told that the FBI (Famous But Incompetent) lost him or stopped their investigation, after he went to the DC mosque. This was a planned set of operations, which apparently weren’t carried out successfully . . . for now. The only party that isn’t carefully planning is the United States. And that’s precisely the problem.
Remember This?: Just an “Ill Businessman” w/ No Luggage Who Can’t Say Why He’s Going to US
It’s not like we haven’t had ample warning. On 9/11, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed originally planned to blow up 10-12 planes, not just four. And, as I’ve noted many times, before that, he and his nephew, Ramzi Yousef (mastermind of the 1993 World Trade Center bombing) planned to execute “Operation Bojinka”–”Operation Terror in the Sky.” And, as I’ve noted over the past year or so, Muslims have been testing the system with various outbursts and charades on airplanes, most of them either headed to U.S. airspace or originating within it. This stuff from Christmas of last year is just more of the same. They had a giant plan that, but for the grace of G-d, didn’t hatch.
Someday soon, another of these grand schemes will succeed. As long as we continue to do nothing while Muslims mock us with their schemes and charades on airplanes, they will eventually succeed, sooner rather than later. Bet on it.
there was another incident, on Delta Flight 249 Amsterdam to Detroit later that day.
Passenger Arnoldus Mol of the Netherlands was handcuffed to his seat after becoming disruptive on the flight.
A flight attendant says while the restraints were being attached, he was headbutted by Mol. Mol also kissed the flight attendant on the cheek.
The flight attendant’s thumb and shoulder were injured.
Passengers say Mol was throwing food and yelling anti-American and pro-Afghanistan statements.
U.S. Customs officials tell Action News nobody pressed any charges against Mol, but he was placed on the next flight back to Amsterdam after he gave conflicting stories about whom he was visiting in the United States.
There was also a third incident on Christmas Day, when Virgin America Flight 25 from New York City to San Francisco was diverted to Detroit.
Police reports indicate that passenger Sathi Fung became disruptive and started yelling at a flight attendant because his meal contained meat.
Fung was irate, swearing at the crew, then extending his forefinger out and with his thumb up in the shape of a gun, he placed it to the flight attendant’s temple and simulated shooting him in the head.
Investigators who boarded the plane said the captain was “visibly shaken.”
Fung’s blood alcohol content was tested at more than twice the legal limit.
He was arrested for interfering with a flight crew which is a federal offense. Investigators say he did not check any baggage, and was carrying $15,000 in small bills. The cash was confiscated.
It is unclear where the federal charge stands, but the Drug Enforcement Administration says Fung is fighting the government to get his money back.
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