December 4, 2012, - 4:43 am
Abdullatif Aldosary: Muslim Immigrant Bombed AZ Social Security Office in Terrorist Attack, Hid Bombmaking Recipes
Yesterday afternoon, an Iraqi Muslim immigrant, Abdullatif Ali Aldosary, was arraigned for detonating an explosive at a Casa Grande, Arizona Social Security Administration office on Friday. The FBI’s Joint Terrorism Task Force is the main group investigating the case and a Federal Criminal Complaint was filed on Saturday. The affidavit in the case is chilling because it details the many recipes for bomb making hidden in his home. Aldosary, by the way, was given asylum in the U.S. as a refugee, and he’s just one of the many Arab refugees we take in who end up becomeing terrorists and criminals. He’s already a felon and was convicted of aggravated harassment for which he served prison time.
Abdullatif Ali Aldosary: More “Religion of Peace” “Peacefulness” in Bombing of AZ SocSec Office
Abdullatif Aldosary, a convicted felon who lives in Coolidge, is accused of being the person who detonated an “explosive device” outside the Social Security Administration building in Casa Grande Friday morning, November 30th. . . . The feds had a search warrant by Friday night, and they found plenty of recipes and materials for explosive devices, the complaint says.
There was a cache of documents hidden behind a photograph on a wall in the house, including “materials and equipment needed to make RDX…homemade nitroglycerine, ammonium nitrate from homemade chemicals, how to make a bomb from homemade chemicals, and recipes from the Anarchists Chemical Cook Book,” the complaint says. There were also handwritten notes labeled “Materials Needed,” which included a list of things included in the aforementioned recipes. Additionally, investigators found receipts for a nitric-acid solution, and a scale from a chemical-supply store in Phoenix.
Elsewhere, investigators found what appeared to be notes on how to obtain ammonium nitrate — “a common precursor used in the making of explosives” — as well as a handgun, a rifle, and varying types of ammunition totaling around 1,200 rounds.
“Extended capacity rifle magazines with approximately 200 rounds of Russian[-]made ball and hollow point ammunition were located within the residence,” the complaint notes. . . . Several types of acids and other chemicals were also found at the house. . . . The last item noted in the complaint that was recovered from Aldosary’s home is a set of Google Maps directions from the SSA office to his home — which was listed as 14 miles, taking about 25 minutes.
The feds did check Aldosary’s Social Security Number with the Arizona Department of Economic Security — the state’s social-welfare agency — but didn’t find any records.
There were no injured reported in the explosion, but there was some hefty damage, according to the complaint, including debris that landed more than 100 feet away.
Hmmm . . . aren’t you glad we have a refugee program to take in people like Aldosary? Also, how and why was a convicted felon able to get his hands on so many dangerous chemicals and so many weapons he’s not supposed to be able to own? Perhaps because the background checks are only a hindrance to law-abiding civilians like you and me. Not the criminals. No surprise there. And where did he get Russian ammunition?
Aldosary’s story should be international headline news. But, hey, we can’t let the world hear about yet another Islamic terrorist attack on America. After all, it’s the religion of peace, right? And we wouldn’t want people to get the right idea.
I’m sure we’ll be told he’s “mentally unstable,” the usual excuse for Islamic terrorists on U.S. soil. How interesting that no other religions are stricken with as much “mental instability” manifested in instances of Islamic terrorism (and dry runs for such attacks).
You know–there’s “nothing to see here.” Move along. Just keep bringing more Islamic immigrants to America.
Yeah, that’s the ticket.
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