March 1, 2007, - 11:42 am
By Debbie Schlussel
In a very important story that got almost zero press coverage, relatives of Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine-General Command were convicted in 2004 for various counts of fraud.
Ahmad Musa Jebril, and his father, Musa Jebril, engaged in all sorts of fraud in renting apartments and attempting to purchase property. Musa Jebril’s uncle is Ahmed Jebril (also spelled “Jibril,” “Gebril,” and assorted other ways), the founder and chief of the terrorist group, Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine-General Command (PFLP-GC), a splinter group from the PFLP. Ahmed Jebril still runs PFLP-GC from Syria. Also, of note, the Jebrils were in possession of HAMAS posters and are related to other terrorist group leaders and founders.
Since it was quite obvious, they were engaged in the fraud as a form of economic jihad and money-laundering to support terrorism, the story is also illustrative of how lazy and PC-agenda-oriented the Justice Department and U.S. Attorney’s Office in Detroit (headed by former Bush Federal Appeals Court Nominee Stephen Murphy III a/k/a “Abu Porno”) are in dealing with terrorism cases. They simply pursue the easy charges and don’t pursue terrorism charges that would impose longer sentences.
As used to be common for mobsters in Cosa Nostra, Ahmad Musa Jebril tried to bribe jurors in his fraud trial. He was sentenced, this week, to almost 6 1/2 years in prison for attempting to bribe a federal juror. From a tiny blurb in the local section of today’s Detroit Free Press:
During jury selection, Ahmad Jebril recruited three others to approach a seated juror at her place of business. There, they spoke with the juror’s boyfriend and offered to pay for the couple’s wedding and buy them a house if she could get the jury to acquit the Jebrils.
Hmmm . . . where was that wedding money going to come from? Apparently, the PFLP-GC. That’s why it’s of note that the Freep didn’t mention pere and fils Jebril’s close relation to Ahmed Jebril or PFLP-GC. No surprise, given that the paper–like all Detroit media–is largely coopted by our growing Islamist community. The PFLP-GC connection is something I happen to know from my own personal knowledge and investigation.
Also, interesting to me, is that this sounds similar to my own encounter with accused Al-Qaeda terrorist Omar Abdel-Fattah Al-Shishani. In 2003, I attended a dinner with him, posing as a member of military intelligence’s girlfriend (I call it “My Date With a Terrorist”).
Shishani who was convicted of a non-terrorism charge (again, the U.S. Attorney’s Office’s laziness and PC-agenda), was awaiting sentencing. He offered me and my pretend-“boyfriend” a $100,000 honeymoon in Bali if we could get important politicians to write letters to the Judge urging a lenient sentence. Since he claimed he had no money, where was that going to come from?
Muslim terrorist-sympathizers trying to bribe jurors in America and improperly and illegally influence the results. Gee, whatta surprise.
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