January 31, 2014, - 2:14 pm
A Muslim caught trespassing and stuck INSIDE a water pipe at a water treatment plant is free as a bird and will likely get a slap on the hand, according to an exclusive investigation by DebbieSchlussel.com and interviews conducted with authorities. I guess this is what the Obama Administration would call a “workplace accident.”
You may have heard about Asef Mohammad, the Manalapan, New Jersey 26-year-old caught trespassing two weeks ago at the United Water plant, also in Manalapan. Mohammad was stuck in water pipe when he was found and rescued by authorities. When you hear about a Muslim 20-something trespassing at a water treatment plant and stuck in a water pipe, you wonder what the heck he was doing there. Well, actually you don’t wonder, if you’re logical. You suspect he was up to no good, such as poisoning the water or trying to see if that was possible. And you wonder which Islamic terrorist group he’s been in contact with.
But if you are thinking those things, you are acting more like an investigator and concerned party than the Department of Homeland Security, which ignored the whole incident. DebbieSchlussel.com contacted the Manalapan Police Department, which arrested Mohammad and investigated the matter, and this site also spoke with prosecutors and court officials. We’ve learned that Mohammad is a U.S. citizen, which was confirmed by Manalapan Police Captain Michael Fountain. Captain Fountain stated that the pipe is only 22 inches in diameter and that, while the Department of Homeland Security was contacted about this matter, DHS is not involved. Captain Fountain stated that Mohammad was released on his own recognizance from a hospital where he was being treated for injuries. Fountain said that Mohammad was tested for substances, as it is believed he “stumbled” into the water plant and got stuck in the pipe because “he may have been under the influence of something.”
Really? A Muslim guy trespasses into a secure water plant and gets stuck in a pipe, and this is an accidental “stumbling” (he jumped a tall chain-link fence) based on being on a “substance.” Come on. It defies credulity. And it’s an interesting concidence. Remember the spate of Muslims who staged apparent dry runs and other shenanigans on planes, and it’s almost always been dismissed as “he was drunk,” “he was crazy and on medication,” “he was crazy and off medication,” and so on. Isn’t it amazing that so many Muslims are disproportionately “drunk,” “crazy,” and “on/off meds” on airplanes and at water treatment plants. I call it “flying while Muslim,” but now I gotta add, “trespassing while Muslim.”
Mohammed is not being tracked, watched, or anything else. He’s just free without even having been arraigned yet. Captain Fountain also told me that Mohammad has a prior DUI (“Driving Under the Influence” for those of you in Dearbornistan and Cold Wateristan) conviction from 2012, so he’s clearly just another halalcoholic (nothing to see here, move along). Fountain did not know Mohammad’s ethnic background, but–purely taking a guess–I suspect that he may be Pakistani. Captain Fountain said that police were unable to get much information out of Asef Mohammad regarding what he was doing at the water plant inside the water pipe because he was unable to speak due to his injuries and because he immediately “lawyered up.” Gee, I wonder why.
DebbieSchlussel.com also learned that the Mohammad case was transferred from the Manalapan Court to the Monmouth County Superior Court, where the evidence will be presented to a grand jury. Charlie Webster, spokesman for the MonMouth County Prosecutor’s Office, told DebbieSchlussel.com that prosecutors will be seeking 4th degree criminal trespass and causing a public disturbance/nuisance charges. That’s it. If convicted, the most Asef Mohammad would do is 18 months jail time on one charge and 364 days on another. But he is likely to just get probation.
People trespass at water treatment plants and get stuck in water pipes there not because they are drunk, but because they are up to no good and something nefarious is going on. We all know that. But they also try these things because they know America is not serious about protecting necessary things like water and infrastructure from Islamic terrorist attacks. If we were serious, Asef Mohammad would still be behind bars, the FBI and Homeland Security would be all over this, and Asef Mohammad would be looking at decades of jail time, instead of sitting home free on his own personal recognizance.
Do you believe this guy was just “drunk” and happened to “stumble” into a pipe at a water treatment plant?
America . . . desperate but not serious.
Tags: Asef Mohammad, Captain Michael Fountain, Charlie Webster, Islam, Islamic Terrorism, Jihad, Manalapan, Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office, United Water