May 14, 2013, - 6:19 pm

VIDEO: Nephew of Saudi Pressure Cooker/Passport PageTearer Strikes at Reporter; Suspect to Remain in Custody

By Debbie Schlussel

Yesterday, I told you about 33-year-old Hussain Habib M. Al Khawahir, the Saudi Muslim who had a pressure cooker in his luggage at Detroit Metro Airport (and had it with him on the flight from Amsterdam to Detroit–good goin’ on your security screening, Amsterdam! Amster, Amster, Damn, Damn, Damn!). Read the affidavit of Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agent Jessica L. Wettle-Thompson, in support of the Federal Criminal Complaint against Al Khawahir. Al Khawahir repeatedly lied to CBP agents at the airport and could not explain why at least one page was ripped out of his passport, a common tactic to hide trips to terrorist training camps and other suspicious travels. This was all clearly a dry run. Today, Al Khawahir had a hearing regarding bond, detention, etc., and you have to watch the disgusting behavior of his Saudi student visa holder nephew, Nasser Al-Marzooq (who has a nice Jeep Grand Cherokee), in the video below.

But don’t feel to bad for Islamo-pandering “reporter” Hank Winchester (who would be executed by Muslims if they had their way–he’s gay). Note how Winchester constantly descirbes Al Khawahir as small, short, and of slim build. Of what relevance is that, Hank? Short people are never terrorists? Go to the Muslim world, where you’ll find plenty of short Al-Qaeda, HAMAS, and Hezbollah terrorists. (Hank gushed over Miss Hezbollah USA Rima Fakih and refused to ask her if she will condemn Hezbollah and its terrorism which murdered hundreds of U.S. Marines and Embassy workers.) Hank also doesn’t mention once in his report the fact that the Saudi Al Khawahir ripped out a page from his passport, and wouldn’t have but for being prompted by the anchor, Devin Scillian (another dhimmi). One other thing: I believe this terror suspect pressure cooker passport-page-tearer-offer dude’s lawyer is yet another “evil Zionist.” Yup, they hate the Jews, but they always want ‘em as their lawyers. Hey, Joooo slave, get me off. (Pun intended.)

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18 Responses

Islam does have a bomb fetish. They are obsessed with weaponizing household appliances and home electronics. Islam is apparently a death cult.

Worry01 on May 14, 2013 at 9:02 pm

    M-m-m, yes, . . . apparently, . . .

    PhillipGaley on May 15, 2013 at 11:30 am

People wonder why I won’t fly. Last time a family member went some place they raped his CPAP machine. He’s over 60 and white as Casper. Can’t offend the protected scum bags.

samurai on May 14, 2013 at 11:10 pm

Say! This fellow is plain out weird, isn’t he? Is he a Muslim?

pat on May 15, 2013 at 2:49 am

    And I myself, was wondering about that. Well, they say, “Great minds think alike.”, . . .

    PhillipGaley on May 15, 2013 at 11:32 am

What a p.o.s. that lawyer is. Shakespeare was right about killing all lawyers. That potential bomber was just carrying “cooking utensils” from a country where they eat with their fingers and if a pressure cooker were available it would be at least three times more expensive than one purchased here.
Does he really believe that we are all that stupid that we would swallow that cock and bull story? But maybe he’s right. Look who we elected president.

Jerry G on May 15, 2013 at 9:54 am

    Actually, in many cases, every lawyer wants to be on the right side—maybe give listen to that again, in clearly enuciated English, at 2:14, the lawyer says: “. . . . and he got caught . . . .”.

    Why does the lawyer use the that special word? And so learned a man, is it reasonably to be supposed that, the lawyer in him doesn’t know what he’s saying?

    PhillipGaley on May 15, 2013 at 11:40 am

    Actually, in many cases, every lawyer wants to be on the right side—maybe give listen to that again, in clearly enunciated English, at 2:14, the lawyer says: “. . . . and he got caught . . . .”.

    Why does the lawyer use the that special word? And so learned a man, is it reasonably to be supposed that, the lawyer in him doesn’t know what he’s saying?

    PhillipGaley on May 15, 2013 at 11:40 am

    Also, the lawyer well knows that, innocence nor guilt can be attributed to cooking utensils, but yet, he twice mentions them in that cock-a-mamie way as though such attribution could be made, thus drawing an absurd weft into the fabric, . . .

    PhillipGaley on May 15, 2013 at 11:48 am

So is Al Khawahir what the gays call a twink?

Bomb on May 15, 2013 at 12:06 pm

Interesting in that CBP is required to go through HSI for cases like this, and in obvious defiance of the MOU, CBP investigated the case directly (one will note that in the affidavit, the CBP officer states that she is an investigator, i.e., one who “investigates”). Occurrences like this are more and more common since the merger. CBP has higher employment standards than HSI, and in defense of CBP, imagine the apprehension that they must feel when they make the required called to HSI and the duty agent HSI sends down cannot speak English very well, or has visible gang tattoos, or long hair, or overgrown facial hair, or is just completely out of the strata of what one expects from someone in law enforcement. etc. CBP now regularly now cuts HSI out of the equation and either investigates the case themselves, or directly contacts other agencies like the FBI, DEA, or ATF.

CBP has been pushing for its own Special Agents (Investigators) for quite some time now. The American public would be better served if HSI was abolished and its “investigators” were converted to deportation officers (responsible for the care, maintenance, and transportation of aliens being held for immigration related matters), and CBP, the agency that is, in effect, the last line of defense in our fight against global terrorism, was given their own cadre of criminal investigators.

King David on May 15, 2013 at 12:42 pm

The emphasis is on “Customs” and Border Protection (CBP). The old Customs OFO had more clout when the merger came around and they knew what they were doing; they took away the airwing (Lima Units) from OI when it merged with the POS immigration; for those that don’t know the Lima Units, airwing, used to provide aerial surveillance for OI, among other duties, and the air interdiction officers aboard also did law enforcement duties.

You notice CBP doesn’t waste any time with the bullshit immigration clerk work other than having the legacy immigration inspectors continue to stamp them in, and they will get their way with hiring their own investigators/special agents. And they won’t waste their time doing locates and visa violators and processing bullshit, they’ll let the HSI Clowns do that.

All this is occuring while the HSI Clowns (managers) walk around the cubicles making sure their agents are sitting in place at the office, waiting for the next big roundup operation that never will come, while they hire and promote “agents” that were illegal aliens a few years ago, and themselves barely speak an understandable English, and getting GS-13 and above pay! The future looks great!

QTD on May 15, 2013 at 2:19 pm

It seems some scheister lawyahs will take any case, defend Hitler if the monyaa is right.

Debbie, don’t you get sick of having to pronounce those alien Arab names? Habeeb Ufanzaeeishcadoo Abu Alawalkiecritter. They’re like from a different planet those muzzards.

Curious Quisling on May 15, 2013 at 3:09 pm

The muslims seem to be interested in things that hold water,pressure cookers and reseviors…see this link; http://boston.cbslocal.com/2013/05/14/7-cited-for-trespassing-at-quabbin-reservoir-patrols-stepped-up-across-state/

sal on May 15, 2013 at 8:03 pm

Why bring a pressure cooker to the United States when you can buy one at any housewares store?

Miranda Rose Smith on May 16, 2013 at 2:18 am

Miranda, I believe that they want one that has the detachable steam outlet – the older models. The ones you get in the US are typically the Farbarware ones with a switch that sets the pressure at which the steam is supposed to be released

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