January 9, 2013, - 5:44 pm
Azeez Ahmed Al-Ghaziani: Saudi Texan Indicted for Fake CIA, Military, Fed IDs; Dallas Paper Rips Schlussel “Irresponsible Speculation”
Back in October of last year, I told you about Azeez Ahmed Al-Ghaziani a/k/a Azeez Ahmed, a Saudi Arabian Muslim living in Hurst, Texas near Dallas. His abandoned, wrecked truck contained multiple fake IDs, including a CIA ID, several military IDs and Department of Defense decals for military vehicles, many fake military documents, and several other fake IDs from an assortment of federal agencies. The feds also found methamphetamines and long guns in his vehicle. And he owned a dry cleaner shop, where he had access to all kinds of chemicals that could easily be turned into bombs and explosives. Given all this, I thought, as did reader Duane, that Al-Ghaziani might be planning a terrorist attack on a nearby military base. Yesterday, Al-Ghaziani was indicted in federal court, and, in a report on it, the Dallas Observer questions not Al-Ghaziani’s motives and plans, but MINE.
Azeez Ahmed a/k/a Azeez A. Al-Ghaziani Might Have Been the Next Nidal Malik Hasan
Today, Dallas Observer “reporter” Eric Nicholson called my October 3rd report on Al-Ghaziani, “a good degree of fairly irresponsible speculation as to his plans,” which is hilarious. I mean, what do you think a Saudi Muslim with lots of chemicals and many fake military documents and IDs was going to be doing with those–throwing a Tupperware party? While I don’t yet have access to a copy of the federal indictment, check out the very similar mid-October Federal Criminal Complaint against Al-Ghaziani, comprised of the affidavit signed by NCIS Special Agent David E. Watson, a member of the FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force. Does it sound to you like my early October post was “irresponsible speculation” or spot on? There is a reason a member of the Joint Terrorism Task Force is the chief investigating agent here. Al-Ghaziani’s not just a meth dealer. He’s probably a terrorist. One of the decals on his truck was apparently a phony sticker to get into a Forth Worth Naval Reserve base, and the truck had “wig-wag” lights to make it look like a military vehicle. He had several phony federal agency IDs bearing his photo and two different names, Dominik Emilius Kaiser and Azeez Ahmed Al-Ghaziani.
Also, read the Detention Order signed by Federal Magistrate Judge Jeffrey L. Cureton, who cites Al-Ghaziani’s “international travel history and ties” among the reasons that he detained Al-Ghaziani instead of giving him bond. What “international ties”? We don’t know because we weren’t at the detention hearing and don’t have access to the transcript. But those “ties” aren’t just that he’s an Arab foreign national. There’s something more to it. A lot more. And early reports said that Al-Ghaziani served in the U.S. Army in the past, just like Nidal Malik Hasan.
My speculation is not only not irresponsible, the feds’ isn’t either. There’s a reason this guy had so many fake IDs and tried to make his truck look like it belonged at a military base. And it wasn’t to get into the military wives’ official Kanye West/Kim Kardashian Baby Delivery Viewing Party. This Saudi Texan was up to no good. And people might have died. But he screwed up and got caught.
Thank G-d for that. And remember, the only reason he was caught is because he screwed up, got his truck in an accident, and parked his car where it shouldn’t have been in the middle of the night. All of this caused suspicion and police were called.
If he’d parked in a garage or somewhere else, Azeez Ahmed Al-Ghaziani might have been the next Nidal Malik Hasan. And the Dallas Observer would still be fantasizing that my examination of the facts is “irresponsible speculation.”
Leftist Islamo-panderers, like crack users, never face reality.
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