March 11, 2011, - 2:15 pm
Over the years, Muslims have pointed to Timothy McVeigh’s bombing of the Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City as evidence that non-Muslims commit major terrorist attacks against America. Anti-Christian bigots have also used it to make similar points against Christians, even though McVeigh was–for all intents and purposes–an atheist. But, as Oklahoma City investigative television reporter and author Jayna Davis has pointed out over the years, McVeigh was repeatedly seen with an Iraqi Muslim, Hussain Al-Hussaini, believed to be a then-agent of Saddam Hussein or some other anti-American Muslim force.
Despite FBI Denials, Jayna Davis Was on to Hussain Al-Hussaini
Buy Jayna Davis’ Book on Hussain Al-Husssaini . . .
I have long admired and respected the courageous, beautiful Davis because as an Oklahoma City TV news reporter, she had the guts, the curiosity, and the brains to do the work local TV reporters never do. She’s done excellent investigative journalism on this matter, despite many threats and unwarranted attacks on her character, as well as serious health problems. Her books, articles, and reports–which my late father shared with me–document this connection and a determined approach by the federal government to avoid discussing this. Davis has made a pretty good case over the years, especially in her exhaustive book, “The Third Terrorist: The Middle East Connection to the Oklahoma City Bombing,” that Al-Hussaini a/k/a “John Doe #2” (as the FBI referred to him in its investigations) was connected to the attacks on the Murrah Building and that the bombing was not the work of a lone, disgruntled anti-government White guy and his militia buddies, but rather the work of foreign Islamic interests who desired to attack America. No one has been able to refute the evidence that Jayna Davis has presented in making this case.
This week’s arrest of Al-Hussaini in Quincy, Massachusetts brings the story–and the alleged cover-up–back to light, and even the Boston FBI spokesman, who repeats the denial that Al-Hussaini was involved in the Murrah attacks, confirms that Al-Hussaini was seen with McVeigh. That much is not mere conspiracy theory, and it’s enough to tell us a lot more was going on there. I guess they hung out together just for their health?
It was a routine call for Quincy police about two homeless men fighting. Hussain Al-Hussaini was arrested. The victim was taken to the hospital.
Then came the surprise. Readers commenting on a story about Wednesday’s arrest on The Patriot Ledger’s website noted that a man with the same name was mentioned prominently in a book about the deadly bombing of an Oklahoma City federal building in 1995.
By Thursday afternoon, police had contacted the FBI and spoken to the book’s author.
Jayna Davis, author of the 2004 book “Third Terrorist: The Middle East Connection to the Oklahoma City Bombing,” said she asked a Quincy police detective if Hussain Al-Hussaini, the man police arrested, had a tattoo of an anchor with a snake wrapped around it. He did. Police sent her a photo of him.
“His age, his name, the picture, the mug shot – that’s him,” Davis told The Patriot Ledger via telephone after speaking with police. She said the anchor-and-snake tattoo was common among members of a branch of the Iraqi army under Saddam Hussein.
An FBI spokesman in Boston, Greg Comcowich, said Thursday night that a man named Hussain Al-Hussaini was “thoroughly investigated” in connection with the Oklahoma City bombing and “was found to not have any role whatsoever in the attack on the Murrah Federal Building in 1995.”
Comcowich said the Hussain Al-Hussaini the FBI investigated had been seen with bomber Timothy McVeigh before the April 19, 1995, bombing, which killed 168 people.
“The investigation was closed and the FBI has no further interest in that individual,” he said.
Shocker–the Islamo-pandering FBI has no interest in taking talking points away from the HAMAS-financiers at the CAIR Action Network and actually investigating whether a Muslim Iraqi had anything to do with mass-murdering 168 innocent Americans.
The Al-Hussaini questioned by the FBI was never charged in connection with the bombing. McVeigh was executed for detonating the bomb in a truck he drove up to the federal building. Co-conspirator Terry Nichols is serving a lifetime prison sentence.
The Al-Hussaini investigated in the bombing sued Davis, a former television reporter, and Oklahoma station KFOR for a story that indirectly identified him as a potential bombing suspect dubbed “John Doe 2” by investigators. . . .
Hussain Al-Hussaini, 45, was arrested around 7:30 a.m. Wednesday near 1250 Hancock St. and charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon. Police allege he slashed another homeless man’s face with a beer bottle. . . .
The Al-Hussaini arrested in Quincy had been arrested in the city in 2007 on a narcotics charge and in 2009 for open and gross lewdness, Traub said.
Quincy police Capt. John Dougan said Al-Hussaini is known to police and was first arrested in Quincy in 1996 on a charge of driving without a license. He told police his native country is Iraq.
Don’t let the fact that Al-Hussaini is nutty and homeless fool ya. We know that Al-Qaeda and many other Islamic terrorist groups often pick nutjobs to do their dirty work. It makes it easy to dismiss them as just nuts, not true Muslims engaged in jihad, once they are caught and/or their terrorist attacks have been successful.
So, was a Muslim who once worked for Saddam Hussein involved in the Murrah Building bombing? We know for sure he was buddies with McVeigh. And as far as the rest, the FBI has certainly gone out of its way over the years to avoid fully investigating and discussing the matter.
And, as they say, where there’s smoke, there’s fire. Read more about this in Jayna Davis’ book, The Third Terrorist: The Middle East Connection to the Oklahoma City Bombing. (If you click on this link and/or buy the book or any other Amazon product through this link, it will help support DebbieSchlussel.com). Also, check out Jayna Davis’ website.
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