Another case of Muslim ‘workplace violence?’ Right after the bombing, we heard that Abdullatif Aldosary, the Iraqi Muslim who remotely detonated a bomb at the Casa Grande Social Security Office, would NOT be charged with terrorism due to ‘political sensitivities’ (a.k.a. Obama’s Muslim brothers’ sensitivities) After all, we have real terrorists who need to be watched, like those evil Tea Party conservatives and veterans.
Aldosary’s arrest had received local news coverage, but there was a virtual blackout by the national media on the Iraqi refugee’s identity. Only the bloggers reported the truth. arizona-what-a-surprise-suspect-in-custody-for-the-bombing-of-the-social-security-building-is-a-muslim
PJ Media Now it’s come out that in a search of the bomber’s home, the FBI found a bomb-making manual that had been hidden behind a photograph on the wall. Also discovered were an AK-47 and a 9mm Ruger handgun, along with more than a thousand rounds of ammunition.
Kerry Picket at the Washington Times also reported that they recovered several gallons of chemicals typically used in bomb making, including materials and equipment needed to make RDX…homemade nitroglycerine, ammonium nitrate from homemade chemicals, how to make a bomb from homemade chemicals, and recipes from the Anarchists Chemical Cook Book,” the complaint says. There were also handwritten notes labeled “Materials Needed,” which included a list of things included in the aforementioned recipes. Additionally, investigators found receipts for a nitric-acid solution, and a scale from a chemical-supply store in Phoenix.
When authorities checked Aldosary’s bank statements, they found he had more than $20,000 despite the fact that he was a convicted felon, only worked as a day laborer, and had no visible means of supporting himself sufficient to warrant having that kind of balance.
But a bombshell report came out today based on information obtained by Rep. Paul Gosar (R-AZ), who had received a request from Aldosary in November 2011 for assistance in obtaining a “green card.”
According to today’s news report, the Department of Homeland Security responded to Gosar’s request on behalf of Aldosary last year by saying that he was ineligible for a change in status because of “terrorism-related grounds of inadmissibility”:
“Gosar said DHS responded by saying Aldosary was not eligible for a permanent change to citizenship “pursuant to the terrorism-related grounds of inadmissibility, and that “individuals who engage in terrorism-related activity … are barred from receiving various immigration benefits.”
DHS did not elaborate on what the activity was. Gosar wrote that to be barred from permanent status, under federal law the immigrant must have engaged in activity “indicating an intention to cause death or serious bodily injury, a terrorist activity; to prepare or plan a terrorist activity; to gather information on potential targets for terrorist activity” or belong to “a terrorist organization” among other actions.
In light of the Casa Grande bombing, Gosar questioned why Aldosary was not detained and processed for deportation in November 2011, after it was determined he had engaged in terrorism-related activity.”
Gosar sent a letter to Homeland Security yesterday raising concerns about Aldosary being ruled ineligible for citizenship, but then not being detained and processed for deportation.