March 18, 2011, - 7:12 pm
EXCLUSIVE: Bomb Found in Detroit Fed Bldg There 20 DAYS, Brought into Bldg by Guards – ICE Agents’ Lives Risked by Boss; “Large Debris Field”
You may have heard the breaking story about the bomb found today in the McNamara Federal Building in Detroit. But what you don’t know is that the building’s security BROUGHT the bomb into the building and that the bomb was sitting in the building FOR TWENTY DAYS in a very obvious place (hint: lost your gloves lately?) federal law enforcement agents confirmed exclusively to DebbieSchlussel.com. The bomb left a large debris field when it was detonated on a Detroit island nearby.
Abu Moskowitz & the McNamara Federal Building Bomb
Federal law enforcement sources from the McNamara Building confirm that on February 26th, the building’s security saw a package sitting outside the building and brought it inside, “in case someone lost it and returned to claim it.” The package was never screened and was simply placed at the security installation, where it sat for the next 20 days, just a few feet behind the area where civilians are waiting in line to be screened before further entering the building. Today, after 20 days sitting there, security finally worked up the curiosity to think, “hmmm . . . maybe we should scan this thing.” Upon scanning the item, a metal box contained in a bag, security discovered that, in fact, a bomb was inside. They, then, took the bomb outside the building behind a dumpster, unbeknownst to employees in the building who were not evacuated and could have been blown up.
If I were the terrorist that built the bomb, I’d be laughing my ass off right now (and for the last 20 days). If this was a dry run–and I’m not sure it wasn’t just the real thing–it showed that our national security authorities are hopelessly incompetent and can’t implement the most basic security.
The Department of Homeland Security is in charge of protecting and securing federal buildings and after years of ICE “leadership,” including former ICE official Theresa “Blackface” Bertucci, paring the Federal Protective Service (FPS) to the bone (something I detailed on this site), DHS/ICE hired bumbling private security firms, like the one that brought the bomb into the building and let it sit there for 20 days to replace FPS police. If the feds are going to use the Keystone Kops to protect themselves, then how can we allow them the pretense of protecting us?
Although Detroit Police and the media are minimizing the bomb as merely a “suspicious package,” it in fact went beyond suspicion to confirmation. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Special Agent in Charge for Michigan and Ohio Brian Moskowitz a/k/a “Abu Moskowitz,” who works in the building told his agents in an e-mail message that upon detonation, the bomb left a “large debris field.” But his e-mail came to agents well after 3:30 p.m., even though he knew about it for many hours beforehand and decided to keep the information to himself, even during the time when the bomb still sat next to their building and could have blown them up.
It’s a tremendous testament to the incompetence of the private security firm that runs “security” for the building which houses the headquarters for the Michigan FBI, Michigan/Ohio ICE , Michigan/Ohio Immigration Court, and many other federal offices. Many times, I’ve waited in line for nearly a half hour to get into that building as the security made me undress and go through scrutiny far tougher and more ridiculous than that employed at the airport. Yet, they allowed a bomb in and left it in lost and found FOR 20 DAYS. And not only did they allow it in, they BROUGHT the bomb into the building.
I’ve heard this from federal law enforcement agents who work in the building and are upset that–while they are supposed to keep us safe–they cannot even keep themselves safe. ICE Agents in Detroit are angry that their Islamo-pandering boss Brian Moskowitz a/k/a “Abu Moskowitz,” Special Agent in Charge of ICE for Michigan and Ohio, knew about the bomb after it was found in the building before noon, today, but didn’t notify them until after 3:30 p.m.
To new readers, I’ve written a lot about Abu Moskowitz over the years, all of it disturbing. He’s risked America’s national security and borders by putting his penchant for Islamo-pandering and recruiting extramarital girlfriends first and alerting Muslims about raids–the few he actually let his agents do on Muslim organizations.
Longtime readers will note that I haven’t written about Abu M in a while. That’s because, as an attorney, I was representing one of his agents in a legal matter against him. The matter has been settled and because of a confidentiality agreement, I cannot discuss it. However, now that the matter is concluded, the gloves are off again. And I won’t hesitate to comment about his malfeasance.
That includes writing about the day, this past fall, when I saw Moskowitz at Plum Market, a local gourmet market in Bloomfield Township, Michigan. He was driving his government-provided SUV, against the rules, which prohibit the use of government vehicles even for a stop to do an errand on the way home. The market is on the way to his home and along an alternative route to the one he normally takes, which was then under construction. Moskowitz bought wine, and alcohol is another no-no in a G-ride. Moskowitz had been on a conference call with me and my client that morning, and upon seeing him at the market, I felt a little like Tiger Woods several years ago when he was about to take a swing and a black snake crossed his path and spooked him.
In any event, Moskowitz just didn’t care much about his agents’ lives and security today, and whenever will. And the other feds don’t care much either, since they replaced competent federal agents from the FPS with a private cornucopia of Keystone Koppery.
I’m all for privatization, but not when it involves national security. . . and a firm of fools who willingly bring a bomb into a federal building and let it sit there for 20 days.
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