August 6, 2008, - 3:06 pm

“Desperate But Not Serious” Dumbass Move of the Day

By Debbie Schlussel
Well, this is the latest brainy move in fighting terorrism, isn’t it?
An Islamic man on the Terror Watch list caught driving on a revoked license with a stolen credit card was given bond by a stupid Tennessee judge–and FBI agents who did nothing–and is now lost in the great American abyss.
Brilliant:

A man arrested in a Tri-Cities traffic stop is on the F.B.I’s terror watch list, according to court documents filed by the Tennessee Highway Patrol.
27 year old Abdul H. Khan of Albuquerque, New Mexico, was pulled over on Highway 19E north of Elizabethton by Tennessee Highway Patrolman M.D. Musick.

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That ’70s Show Terrorist Abdul Khan Made Bail in 5 Hours

According to a court affidavit filed by Musick, Khan was going 77 m.p.h in a 55 m.p.h. zone, was driving on a revoked license, and was in possession of a stolen credit card.
“I checked Mr. Khan’s driver’s license status through the NCIC computer and his privilege to drive was suspended in New Mexico on April 19,2008 and he was on the FBI’s terrorist watch list. He was therefore placed under arrest and transported to the Carter Co. jail.”
According to jail records, five hours after Khan was arrested, he made bond from the Carter County Jail.
The T.H.P. referred our questions about this case to the F.B.I. An F.B.I. spokesman said the Bureau doesn’t comment on investigations.
Khan has a court date set for October 7th.

What the FBI spokesman really meant: the Bureau doesn’t comment our on laziness, stupidity, and being dumbasses.
Anyone really think he’ll show up for the October 7th court date?
Methinks he’ll have jihad martyred himself by then or fled to Whereeverstan.
America . . . Desperate But Not Serious in the War on Terror.
Oh, and by the way, if they couldn’t deny him bond based on the terrorist watch list designation, the revoked driver’s license, and the stolen credit card, at least they could have kept him in jail for dressing like he came off the set of “That ’70s Show.” Nice shirt.
Kudos to patrolman Musick for catching this guy. Jeers to the judge who gave him a bond so small he made bail in 5 hours. Will find out the judge’s name.
Thanks to my friend, the amazing Brett Winterble of Covert Radio and reader Duane for the tip.

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4 Responses

I thought Homeland Security, and the local dicks had computer data bases setup for arrests like this. Apparently, all those tax dollars are being wasted elsewhere.
[JP: THEY DO, AND THE COP CHECKED IT, AS NOTED IN THE ARTICLE. THAT’S HOW HE KNEW THE GUY WAS ON THE TERROR WATCH LIST. STILL, YOU ARE RIGHT THAT THE DOLLARS WERE WASTED, B/C NO-ONE CARED THAT HE WAS ON THE LIST AND THEY GAVE HIM A SMALL BOND. DS]

Jackson Pearson on August 6, 2008 at 3:59 pm

Not sure I’m seeing your point here. How would the FBI know this guy got stopped for speeding? And how is the FBI responsible for the judge allowing the guy bond?
[SD: USUALLY WHEN SOMEONE’S ON THE TERRORIST WATCH LIST, AS THIS GUY WAS, THE FBI IS NOTIFIED (AND SOMETIMES OTHER AGENCIES IF THEY ARE INVESTIGATING THE SUSPECT) AND CAN DECIDE WHETHER OR NOT TO SEND AN AGENT TO THE HEARING TO OPPOSE BOND. THAT’S PART OF WHY THEY HAVE THE LIST. IT APPEARS THE FBI DIDN’T CARE AND DID NOTHING. DS]

SurfDog on August 6, 2008 at 4:21 pm

OMG!
We have this happening in Tennessee and (again today) our Border Agents attacked by “Mexican Police” and where is the “outrage” and/or the “LIBERAL MEDIA”????? Nowhere….thats where!
Because it is EASY to “critique” anything/everything in the USA but it takes someone with GUTS (shout out to Debbie Schlussell) to actually take the time to post these articles in the hopes that action will (one day someday) replace…”inaction”.
WAKE UP AMERICA…you have been asleep too long. Nuss said.
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Nostradamus on August 7, 2008 at 3:02 am

FBI may have wanted him released if he is under surveillance? An ongoing investigation? I keep telling myself things like this – the alternative idiocy is just too frightening.

poetcomic1 on August 7, 2008 at 9:53 am

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