Terror in Tampa: Suspects Linked to Another Plot?
(The Jawa Report) “Tolerance becomes a crime when applied to evil.” — Thomas Mann Fellow Jawa Tim from Opinion Bugbrings word that the case is definitely not closed on two University of South Florida Muslim students, Youssef & Ahmed Megahed.
The two were arrested near the Goose Creek Naval Weapons Station on charges that they were carrying explosive devices.
Tampa Tribune:A federal grand jury in Tampa is asking for DNA and hair samples from a University of South Florida student jailed four weeks ago in South Carolina on explosives charges, his attorney said.What the hell would they want DNA evidence for unless they were implicated in some other plot? I mean, we know they were in the car with the explosives. So, the Grand Jury must be trying to figure out if they were also somewhere else doing something else and the DNA would link them to that other place. But just what is that other place and what is it that they are suspected of doing in that other place?
Federal court records show that [Noor] Salhab leased the house in the early 1990s to World and Islam Studies Enterprise, a think tank run by Sami Al-Arian, the former USF professor accused of funding Palestinian terrorist organizations.
Michelle Malkin notes that that organization was convicted terror supporter Sami Al-Arian’s World and Islam Studies Enterprise.
The plot thickens. I am beginning to come up with a few crazy theories about just what these two were doing. And none of them involve trying to attack the Goose Creek Naval Weapons Station with a bunch of illegal fireworks. But all of them have something to do with the pair’s computers being seized by the the FBI.
And what would a terror investigation be without an appearance by CAIR?Also appearing before the grand jury Wednesday was Ahmed Bedier, who has been a spokesman for the Megahed family. Bedier is executive director of the Tampa chapter of the Council on American Islamic Relations and a frequent media spokesman for Muslims and Islamic causes.
Bedier declined to answer questions about his testimony, saying he wanted to check with the national headquarters of CAIR about what he was allowed to say.
Hmmmm, so does CAIR know something here or is this type of thing perfectly normal?
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