Saudi buscapaders released. Guess who's involved?
As if this weren't appalling enough, look at the news that Debbie Schlussel found:
Tampa ABC Action News reports that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, our "ally in the War on Terror," is picking up Almanajam's and Alsidran's legal fees in the entire trial on their misdemeanors for trespassing on the bus. The Saudis will not plea, but will have fancy lawyers fighting the charges courtesy of the Kingdom. The Saudi government also paid the legal fees of accused terrorist Sami Omar Al-Hussayen, helping him beat an incompetent Justice Dept. on well-founded charges of running websites for terror groups, etc. (More about the men, here and here.)The Saudis are willing help their own out of a jam, no matter what wrongs they've done. And that's serious cause for concern. Mainly because, as Lee Boyd Malvo, the partner of serial sniper John Muhammed, said in his testimony, he and his overlord would
target children and police officers with explosives. They planned to place explosives on school buses in Baltimore, kill a Baltimore police officer and then set off explosives packed with ball bearings at the officer's funeral.When you think about what Malvo said in his testimony, you know that the Saudi "students" could very easily have been planning something similar, all the more reason this could've been a dry run for a deadly attack.
When Malvo asked Muhammad why, "he said for the sheer terror of it. The worst thing you can do to people is aim at their children," Malvo testified.
Update: Michelle Malkin has some important information about Malvo, including that he appears to be an illegal alien himself. And check out some of the drawings he did in prison, which tell a lot.
Also available at Basil's Blog, bRight & Early, Freedom Watch, Jo's Cafe, TMH's Bacon Bits. Others on the subject include Riehl World View, Strategic Outlook Institute, It Shines for All, The Jawa Report, Mike's Noise, Hillbilly White Trash, Gringoman, Thunder Run.
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