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.” Read the rest of this entry »
Tags: Asef Mohammad, Captain Michael Fountain, Charlie Webster, Islam, Islamic Terrorism, Jihad, Manalapan, Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office, United Water