June 24, 2011, - 3:53 pm
EXCLUSIVE: Where Did He Get $s For Terrorist Attack? Seattle Islamic Terrorist Filed Bankruptcy in May
Where does an Islamic terrorist with just $1.08 in cash to his name get $800 to buy weapons for his planned attack on a Seattle U.S. military installation?
I do the investigative journalism the mainstream media, including the mainstream conservative media (FOX News, etc.), doesn’t do. And, yesterday, when I was looking into the case of Seattle’s newest Islamic terrorists–Abu Khalid Abdul-Latif a/k/a Joseph Anthony Davis and Walli Mujahidh a/k/a Frederick Domingue, Jr., who were going to attack a Seattle military installation–I discovered that one of them filed for bankruptcy (read the bankruptcy petition) just a month ago, stating he had only $1.08 in cash to his name. That begs the question: where the heck did he get the $800 the federal criminal complaint (read the complaint) said he paid for guns to shoot up the military center? In a sworn affidavit, FBI Special Agent Albert C. Kelly III says he paid that and planned to pay more for additional weapons.
Either his bankruptcy filing was fraudulent, or some third party gave him the money. Who was that third party? Was it an Islamic terrorist group? We may never know, but I’ll bet the feds know.
By the way, as soon as the mainstream media notices my report and starts ripping it off, I’m sure they won’t be asking the same questions I’m asking. Instead, they’ll be singing the same refrain they sang about Times Square terrorist and would-be bomber Faisal Shahzad: see, this has nothing to do with Islam. Financial distress made him do it. Funny how millions of non-Muslim Americans are in financial distress, but none of them try to blow up Times Square or Seattle-area U.S. military installations.
Religion of peace . . . after you’re blown to pieces, baby!
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