January 11, 2012, - 2:29 pm
By Debbie Schlussel, Copyright 2012 **** MUST cite DebbieSchlussel.com and link to this post. (That includes you, Detroit Free Press plagiarist Tresa Baldas, who I understand is reading this post and preparing to rip it off.) ****
File this under: What You’ll Never See on “All-American Muslim.”
Two of the stars of TLC’s “All-American Muslim” were caught trying to smuggle nine grams of marijuana into the United States from Canada over New Year’s weekend, DebbieSchlussel.com has learned. Ron Smith, press officer for Customs and Border Protection in Michigan, confirmed queries by DebbieSchlussel.com regarding the incident.
The incident is significant not only because of the illegal drugs involved, but also because it could not be confirmed which cast members were caught lying to authorities and trying to smuggle the drugs into the United States from a foreign country. A star of “All-American Muslim” who calls himself “Nader Aoude” (which may be a pseudonym) identifies himself as a “federal agent.” He refuses to identify for which agency he allegedly works.
The two cast members of the faux-reality Muslim propaganda show lied to Customs and Border Protection inspectors when they were asked if they had anything to declare, as they tried to pass into the United States from Windsor, Canada over the Ambassador Bridge. They said no, even though they were required to declare the controlled, illegal substance they had in their possession.
Smith declined to name the individuals involved and said that a Freedom of Information Act request by me to learn the names and access the CBP incident report would likely take about three weeks at the least. Mr. Smith did confirm that one of the individuals did have a medical marijuana card. However, the cards are only recognized by the State of Michigan and are not recognized by the federal government.
Michigan medical marijuana cards are easily obtained, and it does not appear, based on the behavior on the show, that any cast member of “All-American Muslim” has a legitimate disability covered by the Michigan medical marijuana statute. It would be interesting to see what alleged illness the particular cast member claims to have, whether it is legitimate, and who the issuing medical professional is (and what his/her record is in legitimately issuing medical opinions leading to patients obtaining Michigan medical marijuana cards).
Sadly, the “All-American Muslim” potheads were not detained because nine grams is not enough to get a federal agency to prosecute the smugglers. The “All-American Muslim” smugglers were fined only $500 and were waived on into Detroit after not more than an hour, probably to a feast of halal potato chips and cookies.
The “All-American Muslim” tokers incident occurred on January 1, 2012, and the two Muslims involved claimed they were visiting friends in Canada.
I’ve told you about the open, vehement support for Hezbollah and HAMAS displayed by all of the members of “All-American Muslim,” especially Suehaila Amen, who–along with her family–reveres Ayatollah Khomeini and supported his Iranian revolution, including the holding of many Americans hostage in Tehran for 444 days. Since they are all Shi’ite Muslims of Lebanese descent, one wonders where the pot is from. It’s well known that Hezbollah is involved in the drug trade and one of the world’s leading suppliers of pot and other illegal drugs harvested in the Hezbollah-controlled Bekaa Valley.
DebbieSchlussel.com is investigating the matter further and will keep you updated about further developments.
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