September 12, 2014

POTUS & FLOTUS: Heh, Let's Honor 9/11 Victims By Partnering With KaBOOM! On This Day Of Service

Ministry of WTF?


Rev God Damn America Wright, what say you?

Seriously, no words.

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September 11, 2014

*Sticky* Never Forget. Never Surrender.

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The 9/11 Conspiracies: Fact Or Fiction?

9/11 truthers debunked.

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List Of Names

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Below the fold, a list of the names of those who died on 9/11/2001.

Aamoth, Jr., Gordon M. • Abad, Edelmiro • Abad, Maria Rose • Abate, Andrew Anthony • Abate, Vincent • Abel, Laurence Christopher • Abraham, Alona • Abrahamson, William F. • Aceto, Richard Anthony • Ackermann, Heinrich Bernhard • Acquaviva, Paul • Adams, Donald LaRoy • Adams, Patrick • Adams, Shannon Lewis • Adams, Stephen George • Adanga, Ignatius Udo • Addamo, Christy A. • Adderley, Jr., Terence E. • Addo, Sophia B • Adler, Lee • Afflitto, Daniel Thomas •Afuakwah, Emmanuel Akwasi • Agarwal, Alok • Agarwala, Mukul Kumar • Agnello, Joseph • Agnes, David Scott • Aguiar, Jr., Joao Alberto da Fonsec • Ahearn, Brian G. • Ahern, Jeremiah Joseph • Ahladiotis, Joanne Marie • Ahmed, Shabbir • Aiken, Terrance Andre • Ajala, Godwin • Alagero, Gertrude M. • Alameno, Andrew • Alario, Margaret Ann • Albero, Gary M • Albert, Jon Leslie • Alderman, Peter Craig • Aldridge, Jacquelyn Delaine • Alger, David D. • Alikakos, Ernest • Allegretto, Edward L. • Allen, Eric • Allen, Joseph Ryan • Allen, Richard Dennis • Allen, Richard L. • Allingham, Christopher E. • Allison, Anna • Alonso, Janet M. • Alvarado, Anthony • Alvarez, Antonio Javier • Alvarez-Brito, Victoria • Alvear, Telmo E. • Alviar, Cesar Amoranto • Amanullah, Tariq • Amaranto, Angelo • Amato, James M. • Amatuccio, Joseph • Amoroso, Christopher Charles • Anai, Kazuhiro • Anaya, Jr., Calixto • Anchundia, Joseph • Anderson, Kermit Charles • Anderson, Yvette Constance • Edwards-Angell, Mary Lynn • Andreacchio, John • Andrews, Michael Rourke • Andrucki, Jean Ann • Ang, Siew-Nya • Angelini, Jr., Joseph John • Angelini, Sr., Joseph • Angell, David Lawrence • Angilletta, Laura • Angrisani, Doreen J. • Antigua, Lorraine • Aoyama, Seima David • Apollo, Peter Paul • Apostol, Jr., Faustino • Aquilino, Frank Thomas • Aranyos, Patrick Michael • Arce, David Gregory • Arczynski, Michael George • Arena, Louis • Arestegui, Barbara Jean • Arias, Adam P • Armstrong, Michael • Aron, Jack Charles • Aron, Joshua • Aronow, Richard Avery • Aronson, Myra Joy • Aryee, Japhet Jesse • Asaro, Carl Francis • Asciak, Michael • Asher, Michael Edward • Ashley, Janice Marie • Ashton, Thomas J • Asitimbay, Manuel O. • Atlas, Gregg Arthur • Atwood, Gerald Thomas • Audiffred, James • Aversano, Jr., Louis Frank • Aviles, Ezra • Ayala, Sandy Babakitis, Arlene T. • Bacchus, Eustace P • Badagliacca, John J. • Baeszler, Jane Ellen • Baierwalter, Robert J. • Bailey, Andrew J. • Bailey, Brett T. • Bailey, Garnet Edward • Bakalinskaya, Tatyana • Baksh, Michael S. • Balkcom, Sharon M. • Bane, Michael Andrew • Bantis, Katherine • Baptiste, Gerard • Baran, Walter • Barbara, Gerard A. • Barbaro, Paul Vincent • Barbella, James William • Barbosa, Ivan Kyrillos F. • Barbosa, Victor Daniel • Barbuto, Christine • Barkow, Colleen Ann • Barkway, David Michael • Barnes, Matthew • Barnes, Sheila Patricia • Baron, Evan J • Barrett-Arjune, Renee • Barry, Arthur Thaddeus • Barry, Diane G. • Barry, Maurice Vincent • Bart, Scott D. • Bartels, Carlton W. • Barzvi, Guy • Basina, Inna B • Basmajian, Alysia • Basnicki, Kenneth William • Bates, Steven Joseph • Battaglia, Paul James • Bauer, Jr., W. David • Bautista, Marlyn Capito • Bavis, Mark Lawrence • Baxter, Jasper • Beale, Michele • Beatini, Paul Frederick • Beatty, Jane S • Beck, Lawrence Ira • Beckles, Manette Marie • Bedigian, Carl John • Beekman, Michael Earnest • Behr, Maria A • Belilovsky, Yelena • Bell, Nina Patrice • Bellows, Debbie S • Belson, Stephen Elliot • Benedetti, Paul M. • Benedetto, Denise Lenore • Bennett, Bryan Craig • Bennett, Eric L. • Bennett, Oliver Duncan • Benson, Margaret L. • Berardi, Dominick J • Berger, James Patrick • Berger, Steven Howard • Bergin, John P. • Bergsohn, Alvin • Bergstein, Daniel • Berkeley, Graham Andrew • Berkeley, Michael J. • Bernaerts, Donna M. • Bernard, David W. • Bernstein, William • Berray, David M. • Berry, David S • Berry, Joseph J. • Bethke, William Reed • Betterly, Timothy • Beug, Carolyn • Beyea, Edward Frank • Beyer, Paul Michael • Bharvaney, Anil Tahilram • Bhukhan, Bella J. • Biegeleisen, Shimmy D. • Bielfeld, Peter Alexander • Biggart, William G • Bilcher, Brian Eugene • Bini, Carl Vincent • Bird, Gary Eugene • Birnbaum, Joshua David • Bishop, George John • Bittner, Jeffrey Donald • Blackman, Jr., Albert Balewa • Blackwell, Christopher Joseph • Blair, Susan Leigh • Blanding, Jr., Harry • Blaney, Janice Lee • Blass, Craig Michael • Blau, Rita • Blood, Jr., Richard Middleton • Boccardi, Michael Andrew • Bocchi, John P. • Bocchino, Michael Leopoldo • Bochino, Susan M. • Boehm, Bruce D. • Boffa, Mary Catherine • Bogdan, Nicholas Andrew • Bohan, Darren Christopher • Boisseau, Lawrence Francis • Boland, Jr., Vincent M • Bolourchi, Touri Hamzavi • Bondarenko, Alan • Bonheur Jr., Andre • Bonnett, Colin Arthur • Bonomo, Frank • Bonomo, Yvonne Lucia • Booker, Seaon • Booms, Kelly Ann • Bordeaux, Sherry Ann • Cahill, John Brett • Cahill, Michael John • Cahill, Scott Walter • Cahill, Thomas Joseph • Cain, George • Calabro, Salvatore B. • Calandrillo, Joseph M. • Calcagno, Philip V • Calderon, Edward • Caldwell, Kenneth Marcus • Calia, Dominick Enrico • Calixte, Felix • Callahan, Francis Joseph • Callahan, Liam • Calvi, Luigi • Camaj, Roko • Cammarata, Michael F. • Campbell, David Otey • Campbell, Geoffrey Thomas • Campbell, Jill Marie • Campbell, Robert Arthur • Campbell, Sandra Patricia • Canavan, Sean Thomas • Candela, John A. • Cangelosi, Vincent • Cangialosi, Stephen J • Cannava, Lisa Bella • Cannizzaro, Brian • Canty, Michael • Caporicci, Louis Anthony • Cappello, Jonathan Neff • Cappers, James Christopher • Caproni, Richard Michael • Cardona, Jose Manuel • Carey, Dennis M • Carlino, Edward • Carlo, Michael Scott • Carlone, David G. • Carlson, Rosemarie C. • Carney, Mark Stephen • Carpeneto, Joyce Ann • Carpio, Bautista Ivhan Luis • Carrington, Jeremy M • Carroll, Michael • Carroll, Peter • Carson, Jr., James Joseph • Carstanjen, Christoffer Mikael • Carter, Marcia Cecil • Cartier, James Marcel • Casalduc, Vivian • Casazza, John Francis • Cascio, Paul R • Casey, Neilie Anne Heffernan • Casoria, Thomas Anthony • Caspar, William Otto • Castano, Alejandro • Castillo, Arcelia • Castrianno, Leonard M. • Castro, Jose Ramon • Catarelli, Richard G. • Caton, Christopher Sean • Caufield, Robert John • Caulfield, Mary Teresa • Cavalier, Judson • Cawley, Michael Joseph • Cayne, Jason David • Ceballos, Juan Armando • Cefalu, Jason Michael • Celic, Thomas Joseph • Centeno, Ana Mercedes • Cesta, Joni • Chairnoff, Jeffrey Marc • Chalasani, Swarna • Chalcoff, William • Chalouh, Eli • Chan, Charles Lawrence • Chang, Mandy • Charette, Mark Lawrence • Bordenabe, Krystine • Boryczewski, Martin • Bosco, Richard Edward • Bothe, Klaus • Bouchard, Carol Marie • Boulton, John H • Bourdier, Francisco Eligio • Bowden, Jr., Thomas Harold • Bowers, Kimberly S • Bowers, Veronique Nicole • Bowman, Jr., Shawn Edward • Bowman, Larry • Bowser, Kevin L. • Box, Gary R. • Boyarsky, Gennady • Boyce, Pamela • Boyle, Michael • Braca, Alfred • Bracken, Kevin Hugh • Brady, David Brian • Braginsky, Alexander • Brandemarti, Nicholas W • Brandhorst, Daniel Raymond • Brandhorst, David Reed Gamboa • Bratton, Michelle Renee • Braut, Patrice • Bravo, Lydia E. • Breitweiser, Ronald Michael • Brennan III, Edward A. • Brennan, Francis Henry • Brennan, Michael E. • Brennan, Peter • Brennan, Thomas M. • Brethel, Daniel J. • Bright, Gary Lee • Briley, Jonathan • Brisman, Mark A. • Bristow, Paul Gary • Broderick, Mark Francis • Broghammer, Herman Charles • Broomfield, Keith A • Brown, Janice Juloise • Brown, Lloyd Stanford • Brown, Patrick J. • Browne, Bettina • Bruce, Mark • Bruehert, Richard George • Brunn, Andrew • Brunton, Vincent Edward • Bucca, Ronald Paul • Buchanan, Brandon J. • Buck, Gregory Joseph • Buckley, Dennis • Bueche, Nancy Clare • Buhse, Patrick Joseph • Bulaga, Jr., John Edward • Bunin, Stephen • Burke, Jr., William Francis • Burke, Matthew J. • Burke, Thomas Daniel • Burns, Donald J. • Burns, Kathleen Anne • Burns, Keith James • Burnside, John Patrick • Buslo, Irina • Bustillo, Milton G • Butler, Thomas M. • Byrne, Patrick Dennis • Byrne, Timothy GCCabezas, Jesus Neptali • Caceres, Lillian • Cachia, Brian Joseph • Cafiero, Jr., Steven Dennis • Caggiano, Richard M. • Caguicla, Cecile Marella • Chavez, Gregorio Manuel • Cheatham, Delrose E. • Checo, Pedro Francisco • Cherry, Douglas MacMillan • Cherry, Stephen Patrick • Cherry, Vernon Paul • Chevalier, Nestor • Chevalier, Swede • Chiang, Alexander H • Chiarchiaro, Dorothy J. • Chimbo, Luis Alfonso • Chin, Robert • Ching, Wing Wai • Chiofalo, Nicholas Paul • Chipura, John Gerard • Chirchirillo, Peter A. • Chirls, Catherine • Cho, Kyung Hee • Chowdhury, Abul K. • Chowdhury, Mohammad Salahuddin • Christophe, Kirsten L • Chu, Pamela • Chucknick, Steven Paul • Chung, Wai • Ciafardini, Christopher • Ciccone, Alex F. • Cilente, Frances Ann • Cillo, Elaine • Cintron III, Nestor Andre • Cintron, Edna • Cirri, Robert Dominick • Cisneros, Juan Pablo • Clark, Benjamin Keefe • Clark, Eugene • Clark, Gregory Alan • Clark, Mannie Leroy • Clark, Thomas R • Clarke, Christopher Robert • Clarke, Donna Marie • Clarke, Michael J. • Clarke, Suria Rachel Emma • Cleary, Kevin Francis • Cleere, James D • Cloud, Geoffrey W. • Clyne, Susan Marie • Coakley, Steven • Coale, Jeffrey Alan • Cody, Patricia A. • Coffey, Daniel Michael • Coffey, Jason M. • Cohen, Florence G. • Cohen, Kevin Sanford • Coladonato, Anthony Joseph • Colaio, Mark Joseph • Colaio, Stephen • Colasanti, Christopher M. • Colbert, Kevin Nathaniel • Colbert, Michel P. • Coleman, Keith E. • Coleman, Scott Thomas • Coleman, Tarel • Colhoun, Liam Joseph • Colin, Robert D • Coll, Robert J. • Collin, Jean Marie • Collins, John Michael • Collins, Michael L. • Collins, Thomas J • Collison, Joseph K • Collman, Jeffrey Dwayne • Colodner, Patricia Malia • Colon, Linda M. • Colon, Sol E. • Comer, Ronald Edward • Conaty Brace, Sandra Jolane • Concepcion, Jaime • Conde, Albert • Conley, Denease • Conlon, Susan P • Conner, Margaret Mary • Connolly, Cynthia Marie Lise • Connolly, Jr, John E. • Connor, James Lee • Connors, Jonathan M. • Connors, Kevin Patrick • Conroy, Kevin F. • Conway, Brenda E. • Cook, Dennis Michael • Cook, Helen D. • Coombs, Jeffrey W. • Cooper, John A • Coppo, Jr., Joseph John • Coppola, Gerard J. • Corbett, Joseph Albert • Corcoran, III, John J. • Cordero, Alejandro • Cordice, Robert Joseph • Correa, Ruben D. • Correa-Gutierrez, Danny A. • Corrigan, James J. • Cortes, Carlos • Cosgrove, Kevin • Costa, Dolores Marie • Costanza, Digna Alexandra • Costello Jr., Charles Gregory • Costello, Michael S • Cottoy, Conrod K • Coughlan, Martin John • Coughlin, John Gerard • Coughlin, Timothy J • Cove, James E. • Cox, Andre • Cox, Frederick John • Coyle, James Raymond • Coyle-Eulau, Michele • Cramer, Anne Marie • Cramer, Christopher Seton • Crant, Denise Elizabeth • Crawford, Jr., James Leslie • Crawford, Robert James • Creamer, Tara Kathleen • Cregan, Joanne Mary • Crifasi, Lucy • Crisci, John A • Crisman, Daniel Hal • Cross, Dennis • Crotty, Kevin Raymond • Crotty, Thomas G • Crowe, John • Crowther, Welles Remy • Cruikshank, Robert L • Cruz, John Robert • Cua, Grace Yu • Cubas, Kenneth John • Cubero, Francisco Cruz • Cuccinello, Thelma • Cudina, Richard J. • Cudmore, Neil James • Cullen lll, Thomas Patrick • Cummings, Joyce • Cummins, Brian Thomas • Cunningham, Michael Joseph • Curatolo, Robert • Curia, Laurence Damian • Curioli, Paul Dario • Currivan, Patrick Joseph • Curry Green, Andrew Peter Charles • Curry, Beverly • Curtin, Michael Sean • Cushny, Gavin D Da Mota, Manuel John • Dack, Caleb Arron • DaCosta, Carlos S. • Dale, Brian Paul • D’Allara, John • D’Amadeo, Vincent Gerard • Damaskinos, Thomas A. • D’Ambrosi, Jack • Damiani-Jones, Jeannine Marie • Danahy, Patrick W. • D’Antonio, Mary • Danz, Vincent • Darcy, Dwight Donald • Darling, Elizabeth Ann • Dataram, Annette Andrea • D’Atri, Edward A. • D’Auria, Michael D. • Davidson, Lawrence • Davidson, Michael Allen • Davidson, Scott Matthew • Davidson, Titus • Davila, Niurka • Davis, Clinton • Davis, Wayne Terrial • Dawson, Anthony Richard • Dawson, Calvin • Day, Edward James • de Araujo, Dorothy Alma • de Chavez, Jayceryll • De Jesus, Jennifer • De Jesus, Monique E. • De Jesus, Nereida • De La Pena, Emerita • de la Torre, Azucena Maria • De Pena, Jose Nicolas • De Santis, Jemal Legesse • De Simone, Christian Louis • De Vere, Melanie Louise • Dean, William Thomas • DeAngelis Jr., Robert J. • DeAngelis, Thomas Patrick • Debek, Tara E. • DeBin, Anna Marjia • DeBlase, James V. • DeCola, Paul • Dedvukaj, Simon Marash • Defazio, Jason Christopher • DeFeo, David A. • Del Valle Jr., Manuel • Delapenha, Donald Arthur • DeLeo, Vito Joseph • Delie, Danielle Anne • Della Pietra, Joseph A. • DellaBella, Andrea • Delligatti, Palmina • Deloughery, Colleen Ann • DeMartini, Francis Albert • Demas, Anthony • DeMeo, Martin N • Deming, Francis • Demitz, Carol K. • Dennis, Kevin • Dennis, Thomas F. • DePalma, Jean • Deraney, Robert John • DeRienzo, Michael • DeRubbio, David Paul • Desimone III, Edward • Desperito, Andrew • D’Esposito, Michael Jude • Deuel, Cindy Ann • Devito, Jerry • Devitt, Jr., Robert P. • Devlin, Dennis Lawrence • Dewan, Gerard • Dhanani, Sulemanali Kassamali • Di Chiaro, Patricia Florence • Di Martino, Debra Ann • DiAgostino, Michael Louis • Diaz, Matthew • Diaz, Nancy • Diaz-Piedra III, Michael A • Diaz-Sierra, Judith Berquis • Dickey, Jr., Joseph Dermot • Dickinson, Lawrence Patrick • Diehl, Michael D. • Difato, John • Difazio, Vincent • DiFranco, Carl Anthony • Difranco, Donald • Dimeglio, David • Dimino, Stephen Patrick • Dimmling, William John • DiNardo Schorpp, Marisa • Dincuff, Christopher M • Dingle, Jeffrey Mark • Dionisio, Anthony • DiPasquale, George • Dipilato, Joseph • DiStefano, Douglas Frank • Ditullio, Donald Americo • Doany, Ramzi A. • Doherty, John Joseph • Doi, Melissa C. • Dolan, Brendan • Dollard, Neil Matthew • Domanico, James Joseph • Domingo, Benilda Pascua • Dominguez, Alberto • Dominguez, Carlos • Dominguez, Jerome Mark Patrick • Donnelly, Kevin W. • Donovan, Jacqueline • Dorf, Stephen Scott • Dowd, Thomas • Dowdell, Kevin Christopher • Dowling, Mary Yolanda • Downey, Raymond Mathew • Doyle, Frank Joseph • Doyle, Joseph Michael • Drake, Randall L. • Driscoll, Stephen Patrick • Duarte, Mirna A. • Dudek, Luke A. • Duffy, Christopher Michael • Duffy, Gerard • Duffy, Michael Joseph • Duffy, Thomas W. • Duger, Antoinette • Dukat, Sareve • Dunne, Christopher Joseph • Dunstan, Richard Anthony • Dwyer, PatrickThomasEEacobacci, Joseph Anthony • Eagleson, John Bruce • Eaton, Robert Douglas • Eberling, Dean Phillip • Echtermann, Margaret Ruth • Eckna, Paul Robert • Economos, Constantine • Edwards, Dennis Michael • Edwards, Michael Hardy • Egan Jr., Martin J. • Egan, Christine • Egan, Lisa • Egan, Michael • Egan, Samantha Martin • Eggert, Carole • Ehrlich, Lisa Caren • Eichler, John Ernst • Eisenberg, Eric Adam • Elder, Daphne Ferlinda • Elferis, Michael J • Ellis, Mark Joseph • Ellis, Valerie Silver • Elmarry, Albert Alfy William • Emery, Jr., Edgar Hendricks • Eng, Doris Suk-Yuen • Epps, Christopher • Ericson, Ulf Ramm • Erker, Erwin L. • Erwin, William John • Escarcega, Sarah Ali • Espinal, Jose • Espinoza, Fanny • Esposito, Bridget Ann • Esposito, Francis • Esposito, Michael • Esposito, William • Esquilin, Jr., Ruben • Ette, Sadie • Etzold, Barbara G. • Evans, Eric Brian • Evans, Robert Edward • Ewart, Meredith Emily June • Fagan, Catherine K. • Fagan, Patricia Mary • Fairben, Keith George • Fajardo-Smith, Sandra • Fallon, Jr., William Lawrence • Fallon, William F • Fallone, Jr., Anthony J • Fanelli, Dolores Brigitte • Fangman, Robert John • Fanning, John Joseph • Faragher, Kathleen Anne • Farino, Thomas James • Farley, Nancy Carole • Farley-Hackel, Paige Marie • Farmer, Elizabeth Ann • Farnum, Douglas Jon • Farrell, John • Farrell, John W. • Farrell, Terrence Patrick • Farrelly, Joseph D. • Farrelly, Thomas Patrick • Fatha, Syed Abdul • Faughnan, Christopher Edward • Faulkner, Wendy R. • Fava, Shannon Marie • Favuzza, Bernard D • Fazio, Jr., Robert • Fazio, Ronald Carl • Feehan, William • Feely, Francis Jude • Feeney, Garth Erin • Fegan, Sean B. • Fehling, Lee S. • Feidelberg, Peter Adam • Feinberg, Alan D. • Feliciano, Rosa Maria • Fergus, Jr., Edward Thomas • Ferguson, George III • Fernandez, Henry • Fernandez, Judy Hazel • Fernandez, Julio • Ferraina, Elisa Giselle • Ferreira, Anne Marie Sallerin • Ferris, Robert John • Ferrugio, David Francis • Fersini, Louis V • Ferugio, Michael David • Fetchet, Bradley James • Fialko, Jennifer Louise • Fiedel, Kristen Nicole • Fields, Samuel • Filipov, Alexander Milan • Finnegan, Michael Bradley • Finnerty, Timothy J. • Fiore, Michael Curtis • Fiorelli, Sr., Stephen • Fiori, Paul M. • Fiorito, John B • Fischer, John R • Fisher, Andrew • Fisher, Bennett Lawson • Fisher, John Roger • Fisher, Thomas J. • Fishman, Lucy A. • Fitzgerald, Ryan D. • Fitzpatrick, Thomas James • Fitzsimons, Richard P. • Fiumefreddo, Salvatore • Flannery, Christina Donovan • Flecha, Eileen • Fletcher, Andre G. • Flickinger, Carl M • Florio, John Joseph • Flounders, Joseph Walken • Flyzik, Carol Ann • Fodor, David • Fodor, Michael N. • Fogel, Stephen Mark • Foley, Thomas • Fontana, David J • Foo, Chih Min • Forde, Godwin • Foreman, Donald A • Forsythe, Christopher Hugh • Foster, Claudia Alicia • Foster, Noel John • Fosteris, Ana • Foti, Robert Joseph • Fox, Jeffrey • Fox, Virginia • Francis, Pauline • Francis, Virgin • Frank, Gary Jay • Frank, Morton H. • Frank, Peter Christopher • Fraser, Richard K. • Frawley, Kevin J. • Frazier, Jr., Clyde • Frederick, Lillian Inez • Fredricks, Andrew • Freeman, Tamitha • Freiman, Brett Owen • Freund, Peter L • Fried, Arlene Eva • Friedlander, Alan Wayne • Friedman, Andrew Keith • Friedman, Paul J • Froehner, Gregg J. • Frost, Lisa Anne • Fry, Peter Christian • Fumando, Clement A. • Furman, Steven Elliot • Furmato, Paul James • Fyfe, Karleton D.B.GGabler, Fredric Neal • Gabrielle, Richard Samuel Federick • Gadiel, James Andrew • Gaff, Pamela Lee • Gailliard, Ervin Vincent • Galante, Deanna Lynn • Galante, Grace Catherine • Gallagher, Anthony Edward • Gallagher, Daniel James • Gallagher, John Patrick • Galletti, Lourdes • Gallo, Cono E. • Gallucci, Vincenzo • Galvin, Thomas E. • Gambale, Giovanna Galletta • Gambino Jr., Thomas • Gamboa, Giann Franco • Gamboa, Ronald • Ganci, Peter • Gann, Claude Michael • Garbarini, Charles William • Garcia, Cesar R. • Garcia, David • Garcia, Juan • Garcia, Marlyn Del Carmen • Gardner III, Harvey J. • Gardner, Christopher S. • Gardner, Douglas Benjamin • Gardner, Jeffrey Brian • Gardner, Thomas A. • Gardner, William Arthur • Garfi, Francesco • Gargano, Rocco Nino • Gartenberg, James M. • Garvey, Matthew David • Gary, Bruce • Gatton, Boyd Alan • Gavagan Jr., Donald Richard • Gay, Peter Alan • Gazzani, Terence D. • Geidel, Gary Paul • Geier, Paul Hamilton • Geis, Julie M. • Gelinas, Peter G. • Geller, Steven Paul • Gelling, Howard G. • Genco, Jr., Peter Victor • Genovese, Steven Gregory • Gentul, Alayne • George, Linda M. • Geraghty, Edward F • Geraty, Suzanne • Gerhardt, Ralph • Gerlich, Robert • Germain, Denis P. • Gertsberg, Marina Romanovna • Getzendanner, Susan M. • Geyer, James G. • Giaccone, Joseph M. • Giammona, Vincent Francis • Gibbon, Debra Lynn • Giberson, James Andrew • Gibson, Craig Neil • Gies, Ronnie E • Giglio, Laura A. • Gilbert, Andrew Clive • Gilbert, Timothy Paul • Gilbey, Paul Stuart • Gill, Paul John • Gilles, Mark Y. • Gillette, Evan • Gilligan, Ronald Lawrence • Gillis, Rodney C. • Gilly, Laura • Ginley, John F. • Giordano, Donna Marie • Giordano, Jeffrey John • Giordano, John • Giorgetti, Steven A. • Giovinazzo, Martin • Girolamo, Kum-Kum • Gitto, Salvatore • Giugliano, Cynthia • Gjonbalaj, Mon • Gladstone, Dianne • Glascoe, Keith Alexander • Glasser, Thomas Irwin • Glazer, Edmund • Glenn, Harry • Glick, Barry H. • Glick, Steven • Gnazzo, John T. • Godshalk, William Robert • Gogliormella, Michael • Goldberg, Brian Fredric • Goldflam, Jeffrey Grant • Goldstein, Michelle • Goldstein, Monica • Goldstein, Steven • Golkin, Andrew H. • Gomes, Dennis James • Gomez, Enrique Antonio • Gomez, Jose Bienvenido • Gomez, Jr., Manuel • Gomez, Wilder Alfredo • Gonzalez, Jenine Nicole • Gonzalez, Mauricio • Gonzalez, Rosa • Goodchild, Lynn Catherine • Gooding, Calvin J. • Goodrich, Peter M. • Goody, Harry • Gopu, Kiran Reddy • Gorayeb, Catherine C. • Gordenstein, Lisa Reinhart • Gordon, Kerene • Gorki, Sebastian • Gorman, Kieran Joseph • Gorman, Thomas Edward • Gould, Michael Edward • Gowell, Douglas Alan • Goya, Yuji • Grabowski, Jon Richard • Grady, Christopher Michael • Graf III, Edwin J. • Graifman, David Martin • Granados, Gilbert Franco • Granitto, Elvira • Grant, Winston Arthur • Gray, Christopher S. • Gray, James Michael • Gray, Tara McCloud • Grayling, Linda Catherine • Grazioso, John M • Grazioso, Timothy George • Green, Derrick Auther • Green, Wade B. • Greenberg, Elaine Myra • Greene, Gayle R • Greenleaf, Jr., James Arthur • Greenstein, Eileen Marsha • Gregg, Elizabeth Martin • Gregory, Denise • Gregory, Donald H • Gregory, Florence Moran • Grehan, Pedro • Griffin, John Michael • Griffin, Tawanna Sherry • Griffith, Joan Donna • Grifka, Warren • Grijalvo, Ramon • Grillo, Joseph F. • Grimner, David Joseph • Grogan, Francis Edward • Grouzalis, Kenneth George • Grzelak, Joseph • Grzymalski, Matthew James • Gschaar, Robert Joseph • Gu, Liming • Guadalupe, Jose A. • Guan, Cindy Yan Zhu • Guja, Geoffrey E • Gullickson, Joseph Peter • Guman, Babita Girjamatie • Gurian, Douglas Brian • Gustafson, Janet Ruth • Guza, Philip T. • Guzzardo, Barbara • Gyulavary, Peter M.HHaag, Gary Robert • Haberman, Andrea Lyn • Habib, Barbara Mary • Haentzler, Philip • Hafiz, Nezam A. • Hagerty, Karen Elizabeth • Hagis, Steven Michael • Hague, Mary Lou • Halderman, David • Hale, Maile Rachel • Hall, Richard B. • Hall, Vaswald George • Halligan, Robert J. • Halloran, Vincent Gerard • Halvorson, James Douglas • Hamdani, Mohammad Salman • Hamilton, Felicia • Hamilton, Robert W. • Hammond, Jr., Carl Max • Han, Frederic K • Hanley, Christopher J. • Hanley, Sean S • Hanna, Valerie Joan • Hannafin, Thomas • Hannaford, Kevin James • Hannan, Michael Lawrence • Hannon, Dana R. • Hanson, Christine Lee • Hanson, Peter Burton • Hanson, Sue Kim • Haramis, Vassilios G. • Haran, James A. • Hardacre, Gerald Francis • Hardy, Jeffrey Pike • Hargrave, Timothy John • Harlin, Daniel Edward • Haros, Frances • Harrell, Harvey L. • Harrell, Stephen G • Harrington, Melissa Marie • Harris, Aisha Anne • Harris, Stewart Dennis • Hart, John Patrick • Hartono, Eric • Hartz, John Clinton • Harvey, Emeric • Hashem, Peter Paul • Haskell, Jr., Thomas Theodore • Haskell, Timothy • Hasson III, Joseph John • Hatton, Leonard W. • Hatton, Terence S • Haub, Michael Helmut • Haviland, Timothy Aaron • Havlish, Jr., Donald G. • Hawkins, Anthony Maurice • Hayatsu, Nobuhiro • Hayden, James Edward • Hayes, Philip • Hayes, Robert Jay • Haynes, William Ward • Hazelcorn, Scott Jordan • Healey, Michael K. • Heber, Roberta B. • Heeran, Charles Francis Xavier • Heffernan, John F. • Heller, Jr., Howard Joseph • Heltibridle, Joann L. • Hemschoot, Mark F. • Henderson, Ronnie Lee • Hennessey, Brian • Hennessy Jr., Edward R. • Henrique, Michelle Marie • Henry, Joseph Patrick • Henry, William • Henwood, John Christopher • Hepburn, Robert Allan • Herencia, Mary • Herkness III, Lindsay C. • Hermer, Harvey Robert • Hernandez, Claribel • Hernandez, Nuberto • Hernandez, Raul • Herold, Gary • Hersch, Jeffrey A. • Hetzel, Thomas • Hickey, Brian Christopher • Hidalgo Cedeno, Enemencio Dario • Higgins, Timothy • Higley II, Robert D. 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By DMartyr at 09:58 AM | Comments |

Sounds Of 9/11

By DMartyr at 09:23 AM | Comments |

September 10, 2014

Ahhh Smackbar! Canadian Terror Supporter Bilal Phillips Arrested In Philippines

And currently undergoing cornholing

DAVAO CITY: POLICE and immigration agents on Sunday arrested in this city Canadian Muslim scholar and professor Dr. Abu Ameen Bilal Philips, whom authorities suspect has ties with some Muslim radical extremist groups.

Philips, who has been banned from entering the United States and the United Kingdom, was conducting a lecture in a predominantly Muslim village when he was invited for questioning and subsequently held in custody by authorities.

Chief Supt. Wendy Rosario, director of the Philippine National Police in Southern Mindanao, said the 68-year-old Philips is considered a threat to national security.

Rosario said Philips is being questioned for his possible links with terror groups including the ISIS (Islamic State in Iraq and Syria), noting that his records are enough to sound alarm bells as the scholar was also banned in Kenya, Germany and Australia. [More]

Invited for questioning....Bwahahahahahaha.

h/t @AlWalaaWalBaraa who just retweeted this:


Update: Note to self, school wannabe jihadi on cornholing:


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By Stable Hand at 03:14 PM | Comments |

Howard Stern's 9/11/2001 Radio Broadcast

I'm not a fan of Stern, but this broadcast is incredible. You hear eyewitness accounts spanning over three hours of the dreadful events of that morning.

(Hat Tip: Progressives Today)

By DMartyr at 12:29 PM | Comments |

April 29, 2014

9/11 First Responder Gets Street Name After Him

There were countless heroes that day. Hundreds of police officers and firefighters sacrificed their lives on that horrible morning. But one first responder was singled out.

Why? Was he more courageous than the others? Did he save more lives? No doubt, he should be honored with all the others who died on 9/11. They all deserve recognition.

But in this case, it appears the only exception is that he was a Muslim.

Endless concessions and accommodations to Islamic demands only give way to more. Not to rain on anyone's proselytizing parade, but why this guy? Why does this first responder get a street named after him? Because he’s a Muslim? What about the other hundreds of first responders who died that day? Why don’t they have streets named after them?

Is it because Mohammed Salman Hamdani is a unicorn? Is it really so extraordinary that a Muslim helped people that he gets singled out? Why is his sacrifice greater than that of all the other first responders who were killed?

Apparently New York City thinks so. And so does the Hamas-tied Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR).

I'm all for honoring first responders, Hamdani included. But none should be singled out for special recognition simply because of their religion.

By DMartyr at 06:01 PM | Comments |

April 24, 2014

NY Imam OUTRAGED By 9/11

Swiping title from TROP...

A New York Imam is outraged by 9/11. Not by the terrorist attacks, but by a museum video that has the audacity to suggest the attacks were carried out by Muslims waging jihad.

A prominent Muslim cleric is ripping the 9/11 Memorial Museum for planning to show visitors a short film on terrorists that will "greatly offend" members of his faith. [...]

After attending a screening of the film - "The Rise of Al Qaeda" - the religious leader objected to how it called the terrorists "Islamists" and described their killer mission as "jihad."

How about greatly offending the victims of 9/11 by whitewashing the ideology of the attackers? Let's hope the museum doesn't cave to this political correctness.

In related news, Sharon Otterman of the New York Times reached out to Robert Spencer for his take on the terminology used in the short video. Spencer wrote:

It is not the museum's job either to indict or exonerate Islam. They should not go out of their way to depict Muslims mourning 9/11, unless it is part of a presentation showing all kinds of people mourning 9/11. The museum's job is to depict the events of 9/11 accurately. That is all. The idea that it has to show Muslims positively in order to offset the effects of showing what happened on that day is as absurd as saying that a museum about the Civil War should have a wing about how nice some Southern slaveowners were to their slaves, to offset anti-Southern feeling arising from the institution of slavery.

As for "militant jihadist" or "militant/radical Islamist," these are absurd formulations that reassure jittery multiculturalists that Islam is really a religion of peace at heart, no matter what jihad terrorists do in the name of Islam. They arise as a response to the quite successful campaign by Islamic supremacist groups such as the Hamas-linked Council on American-Islamic Relations to tar any opposition to jihad terror as "hate," "bigotry" and even "racism." The museum should call the jihadis of 9/11 what they called themselves: jihadis. Mujahideen. Warriors in the cause of Islam.

Of course, the NYT article does not quote any Spencer's words. In fact, the NYT's article concludes with this ridiculous statement:

"What helps me sleep at night is I believe that the average visitor who comes through this museum will in no way leave this museum with the belief that the religion of Islam is responsible for what happened on 9/11," said [Joseph C.] Daniels, the president of the museum foundation. "We have gone out of the way to tell the truth."

If the museum leaves the impression that Islam was not, in any way, responsible for the events of 9/11, then the museum has failed. It has failed in presenting the truth, it has failed in informing visitors of the facts, and it has failed in honoring those who died as a result of the Islamic terrorist attacks.

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By DMartyr at 09:52 AM | Comments |

September 11, 2013

Video: 9/11 Bikers Head For DC

Despite being denied a no-stop permit, thousands of bikers are riding through DC to show support for the victims of 9/11, and to counter the truly distasteful and insulting Muslim rally, which is gathering on this sacred day to protest the treatment of Muslims since 19 Muslims flew planes into the World Trade Center, the Pentagon, and a Pennsylvania field in 2001.

By DMartyr at 12:50 PM | Comments |

It's Time for a Select Committee on Benghazi - Here's How to Make it Happen

On September 11, 2012, one year ago today, the U.S. Diplomatic Mission in Benghazi was attacked by a heavily-armed group of 125-150 gunmen, whose trucks allegedly bore the logo of Ansar al-Sharia, an Islamic militant group.  U.S. Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens, Foreign Service Information Officer Sean Smith, and former Navy SEALs Tyrone S. Woods and Glen Doherty were killed during a series of raids, commencing at nightfall and continuing for over eight hours through the next morning.  At the time of the attack, dozens of federal employees were on the ground in Benghazi.  To date, most of these eyewitnesses have been kept away from investigators by the Obama Administration.

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It is now a year after the terrorist attack that took four American lives at Benghazi.  A year later, and after numerous part-time investigations, the American people are today faced with more questions than answers.  This is partly due to successful stonewalling effort by the Administration, but half-hearted efforts by congressional leaders are aiding and abetting.

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In an effort to find answers, a coalition of over one million Americans, 1,000 special forces veterans and nearly 170 members of Congress has publicly backed a move to establish a House Select Committee on Benghazi, which would be a full-time committee focused on this one issue.

Unfortunately, the bill by Rep. Frank Wolf to create the Select Committee (HR 36) co-sponsored by nearly 170 House Republicans, has been bottled up in committee by House Rules Chairman Pete Sessions of Dallas, who steadfastly refuses allow a floor debate or vote on the proposal.  Challenged by constituents, Rep. Sessions has indicated that he doesn't personally believe a House Select Committee investigation is necessary or worthwhile, and thus feels justified in bottling up the bill and preventing a floor debate.  He also claims (oddly) that Senator Harry Reid would somehow control a House committee investigation.

Many Americans, including many of his own constituents, disagree with Rep. Sessions.  It's been over a year since the attacks, and the families of Stevens, Smith, Doherty and Woods deserve real answers as to why their loved ones died.

A few key questions:

1. WHAT WAS REALLY GOING ON AT BENGHAZI?

Although Ambassador Stevens was officially operating in a diplomatic capacity in Libya, the mission in Benghazi is still not fully understood at this time, and may never be known.  There are credible allegations that Stevens and other operatives at the Benghazi installation were arranging the transfer of anti-aircraft weapons to Islamic militant groups fighting in Syria against the regime of Bashar Al-Assad.  This has not, however, been officially acknowledged.

The various investigations to date have been unable to determine with any certainty what the mission was at Benghazi, why Ansar al-Sharia found it a useful target and what assets, if any, were secured by the militants during the attack.  The American people deserve answers to these questions.

2. WHY WAS BENGHAZI LEFT DEFENSELESS?

We know that in the months leading up to the September 11, 2012 attacks, Benghazi had become a hotbed of violence.  At least a dozen violent events had taken place in Benghazi between April and September, 2012.  According to reports, over 200 security incidents took place in Libya between June 2011 and July 2012, a quarter of which took place in and around Benghazi.

Well prior to the Benghazi attacks, State Department officials in Libya made repeated requests for additional security.  These requests were denied in Washington despite ample documentation of the threat posed by violent extremist militias.  As an example, on March 28, 2012, Ambassador Cretz sent a cable from Tripoli to Secretary Clinton requesting additional security assets in Libya.  On April 19, 2012, the response cable from the Department of State to Embassy Tripoli, bearing Secretary Clinton’s signature, acknowledges Ambassador Cretz’s request for additional security but instead articulates a plan to scale back security assets for the U.S. Mission in Libya, including the Benghazi Mission.

On June 7, 2012, Ambassador Stevens asked the State Department to keep the two security teams the Clinton April cable ordered removed from Libya. This request is denied.  On July 6, 2012, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Diplomatic Security Lamb strongly asserted that Stevens should not make a formal request for an extension of the security teams.  On July 9, 2012, Ambassador Stevens responded with a cable that stressed that the security conditions in Libya had not met the requisite benchmarks established by the State Department and the U.S. Mission in Libya to warrant initiating a security drawdown.  He requested that a sufficient number of security personnel be permitted to stay.

According to reports, a Benghazi security official and a battalion commander had met with U.S. diplomats three days before the attack and had warned the Americans about deteriorating security in the area. The diplomats had been advised, "The situation is frightening, it scares us."  Stevens' diary entries from the time expressed his concern about the growing al-Qaeda presence in the area and his worry about being on an al-Qaeda hit list. 

To date, the various investigations have been unable to determine why the repeated requests for improved security were denied and why the Benghazi installation was left virtually defenseless.  The families deserve answers.

3. WHY WAS THERE NO RESCUE OR SUPPORT EFFORT?

According to reports, the attackers entered the compound around 9:40 pm under a barrage of automatic weapons fire and RPGs, backed by truck-mounted artillery and anti-aircraft machine guns.  Phone calls were apparently made to the embassy in Tripoli, the Diplomatic Security Command Center in Washington and a U.S. Quick Reaction Force located at a an annex just over a mile away.  Ambassador Stevens telephoned Deputy Chief of Mission Gregory Hicks in Tripoli multiple times to tell him the consulate was under attack, but his initial calls went unanswered.

Security agents informed their headquarters in Washington about the attack soon after it began.  Approximately an hour later, Pentagon officials informed Defense Secretary Leon Panetta about the attack.  Apparently, one or more surveillance drones were deployed, which arrived over the mission beginning at 11:10 pm local time (5:10 pm Eastern Time) to provide a video feed to Washington. At approximately 5:41 pm Eastern Time (11:41 local time,) Secretary of State Hillary Clinton telephoned CIA Director David Petraeus to confer on the attack.  At this point, the attack on Benghazi had been underway for approximately two hours.


It is not known what Barack Obama was told during this period, what orders, if any, Obama gave, or whether his orders were carried out.

Former Navy SEAL Tyrone Woods was part of the small response team at the CIA annex, approximately a mile from the compound where Ambassador Chris Stevens and his team were under attack. When he and others heard the shots fired, they requested permission to go to the main compound, but were told to "stand down," according to sources.  Woods and at least two others ignored those orders and made their way to the main compound, which at that point was on fire.  

Upon learning of the attack at Benghazi, another team of Americans in Tripoli, including former Navy SEAL Glen Doherty, decided to travel there to respond to the attack and hopefully rescue the besieged Amercians.  In order to travel to Benghazi, they commandeered a small private jet in Tripoli and paid the pilots to fly them to Benghazi.  After being held up at the airport for several hours, the team arrived at the CIA annex around 5:00am.   Upon arrival, Doherty began searching for his friend and former Navy SEAL Tyrone S. Woods.  He found Woods on the roof of the annex manning a MK46 machine gun with two other agents.  Doherty and Woods subsequently came under intense mortar fire from the terrorists.  During this barrage, a mortar round hit Woods' position, fatally wounding him.  A second round fell on Doherty, killing him instantly.

Despite the fact that the attacks on the main compound and annex went on for over eight hours, there was not, at any time, any official military response to the militant attack on the main compound.  To date, none of the various investigations have determined who in the chain of command was giving the orders during the attack, including the alleged "stand down" orders.

Again, we still do not know, over a year later, what Obama knew about the Benghazi attack, when he knew it, what orders he gave, or whether his orders were faithfully carried out.  The families deserve answers to these questions.

4. WHY DID THE OBAMA ADMINISTRATION DISTRIBUTE KNOWN FALSE INFORMATION ABOUT THE ATTACK?

After the attacks, the Administration perpetuated a deliberately misleading and incomplete narrative that the violence grew out of a demonstration caused by a YouTube video. The Administration consciously decided not to discuss extremist involvement or previous attacks against Western interests in Benghazi.

It is now well-known and acknowledged that the attack on Benghazi was a preplanned terrorist attack and not a spontaneous event in response to an online video.  It is also well-known that there was no reason whatsoever for Barack Obama or any member of the Administration to believe, at any time after September 11, that the attack on Benghazi was some spontaneous event in response to an online video.  What is not known or understood is why President Obama, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, White House Spokesman Jay Carney, U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice and others were provided talking points identifying the controversial video as the cause of the attack.  None of the various investigations have determined how this false narrative came to be the official story line distributed by the Administration.

5. WHY HAS THERE BEEN NO REAL INVESTIGATION BY THE ADMINISTRATION?

The Administration's response to the attack was to announce that the FBI would conduct an investigation and bring the perpetrators to justice.  A year after the attack on Benghazi, not a single arrest has been made by the FBI in connection with the attack.

The families of Chris Stevens, Sean Smith, Tyrone Woods and Glen Doherty deserve answers to these questions--and so do the American people.

It's time for a House Select Committee.

If you agree, please contact Rules Chairman Pete Sessions and tell him:

Stop Blocking the Select Commitee

By Ragnar Danneskjold, Typical Bitter Gun-Clinger at 09:59 AM | Comments |

July 28, 2013

Iconic Photo Nearly Excluded From 9/11 Memorial Museum - Too "Rah-Rah America"

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(Too American For 9/11 Memorial Museum's Director)

The museum's director is so liberal and anti-American, he says the way America would look best is to not look American at all (emphasis mine):

This iconic picture of firefighters raising the stars and stripes in the rubble of Ground Zero was nearly excluded from the 9/11 Memorial Museum — because it was "rah-rah" American, a new book says.

Michael Shulan, the museum’s creative director, was among staffers who considered the Tom Franklin photograph too kitschy and "rah-rah America," according to "Battle for Ground Zero" (St. Martin’s Press) by Elizabeth Greenspan, out next month.

"I really believe that the way America will look best, the way we can really do best, is to not be Americans so vigilantly and so vehemently," Shulan said.

The photograph was eventually included, but only in a minimized capacity among other less iconic pictures.

By DMartyr at 10:59 AM | Comments |

May 31, 2013

Australian Islamist: Pentagon a Legit Target; Muslim Blood More Dear than That of Western Victims

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Al-Qaeda loving bro on a forum really hearts him

By Stable Hand at 10:08 AM | Comments |

April 26, 2013

NYPD: Landing Gear From 9/11 Plane Found 'Wedged' Behind ‘Ground Zero Mosque’ Site

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Whoa:

Police Say Boeing ID Is Clearly Visible On Aircraft Part; Scene Being Secured.

Police said it was discovered wedged between the rear of 51 Park Place and the rear of the building behind it, 50 Murray Street, in lower Manhattan. That area is the site of a controversial mosque and community center development, which currently used as prayer space and some community events[...]

The NYPD was securing the location as it would a crime scene, documenting it photographically and restricting access until the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner completes its health and safety evaluation protocol.

After that, a decision will be made concerning sifting the soil for possible human remains.[More...]

So ironic the part was found there.

Update: A close-up image can be seen here.

By Stable Hand at 04:05 PM | Comments |

March 31, 2013

Judge Throws Out Case To Remove World Trade Center Cross

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From Breitbart:

A U.S. District judge has thrown out a lawsuit, brought by an atheist group that hoped to prevent the display of a cross-shaped steel beam found in the rubble at the site of the World Trade Center.

The Associated Press reports that Judge Deborah Batts, in a ruling released on Friday, rejected the arguments of American Atheists, saying that the artifact could help tell the story of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

The atheists’ organization sued the National September 11 Memorial & Museum’s operators in 2011 on constitutional grounds, arguing that the display of the 17-foot-tall cross constitutes an endorsement of Christianity and thus lessens the contributions of non-Christian rescuers.

By DMartyr at 12:07 PM | Comments |

3rd Debate: Did Obama Slam The Horse Soldiers of 9/11?

In Obama's attempt to paint Romney as old and out of touch he showed just how out of touch he is with military tech.

When Romneyaccused the president of cutting back on military spending by noting the U.S. Navy had fewer ships today than in World War I, Obama shot back: "Well, governor, we also have fewer horses and bayonets, because the nature of our military's changed."

He also said in an almost derisive tone, "We also have things called aircraft carriers that planes land on and submarines[no ABC he said "ships"] that go under water."

The DNC in return shows how out of touch they are by being so proud of Obama's out of touchiness with this video:

Ummm:

Secret Mission: The Horse Soldiers of 911:

A statue of a member of the U.S. Special Forces on horseback was just unveiled at Ground Zero in New York City. When our Special Forces invaded Afghanistan post-9/11, many did so on horseback. I personally remember sitting for a lecture in Austin, TX in 2005, given by a member of one of the first Special Forces teams to arrive in Afghanistan. He talked at length about their reliance upon horses.
Our Marines still train with bayonets
While the Army discontinued traditional bayonet training in 2010, the USMC still trains Marines with bayonets and issues them as standard equipment. The Army has also begun training soldiers in a different style of bayonet use--not affixed to the end of a rifle but as a secondary melee weapon.
Mr President, you FAILED at honoring our military with those comments.

Related: The Daily Caller won a prestigious Edward R Murrow award this year for their report on The Horse Soldiers in Afghanistan. The video above was part of their report.

By Stable Hand at 09:32 AM | Comments |

September 30, 2012

Brandon Web Navy SEAL Chris Hagerman @SOFREP: September 11, 2001 - My Story

Read it all, including comments

As the month of September comes to an end, I find myself reflecting on the events of September 11, 2001. So many things changed for America that day. Over a period of two hours, most of us watched as the World Trade Towers were turned into a pile of steel and burning debris, a major section of the Pentagon was reduced to rubble, and American Airlines Flight 93 plummeted to the earth. America was in a state of shock; most people were glued to their televisions or listened to their radios as the events unfolded. Every one of us remembers what we were doing during that horrific time, and I, like others, often reflect back on that day to remind myself who we are fighting and why.

This day unified America, though sadly, only for a short period of time. Some were motivated to join the military to answer the call of duty, or were inspired by the bravery of our New York City firefighters, police officers, and emergency service personnel and join their ranks. There were many of us who had to answer all of the questions of our children – those innocent faces who asked, “Why?”. Our world changed forever.

Our country was rocked to the core that clear, sunny morning and I felt our loss deeply. That cowardly attack was an attack on my heart and soul. Those who died that day were my countrymen, my brothers and sisters – every one of them. Each of us experienced that day a different way, but what was amazing to me is that despite all of our differences, we stood strong and united as Americans. This is my story of that day.

[Continue reading]

I remember the attack as clear today as when it happened 11years ago.

I will never forget - I will never forgive

Ironically, the next article after Webb's *Hagerman's post is 55 Gitmo Prisoners Set For Release Before U.S. Elections

Update: *My apologies to SEAL Chris Hagerman, I misread the author of the post.

By Stable Hand at 12:55 PM | Comments |

September 11, 2012

Arab Spring! The Brother of Al Qaeda Leader Joined In The Protest At The US Embassy In Cairo

Remember, in March of this year, a Egyptian military court found Muhammed Zawahiri not guilty of all charges relating to the murder of Anwar Sadat.

So now he is free to protest!! Yeah, Arab spring!

Via Betsy Hiel who is "Cairo-based correspondent for the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review covering the Middle East - Egypt"

Talk about a slap in the gut.

Gawd, how I hate these bast**ds.

By Stable Hand at 11:15 PM | Comments |

MEMRI: Testing YouTube's 'Promotes Terrorism' Flagging Feature For Videos Of Osama Bin Laden, 9/11, Al-Qaeda – The Results: 58 Of 100 Remain Active

Certainly no surprise for the Jawa Report, we didn't make the category JihadTube for nothing. We are constantly frustrated that Google's YouTube doesn't do jack sh*t about terrorist propaganda videos. After constantly flagging videos just to see them remain because - "free speech" - cop-out bs. Also stuff like this:

MEMRI:

In the past three years, as part of the MEMRI Jihad and Terrorism Threat Monitor (JTTM) Project, we determined that YouTube has emerged as the leading U.S. website for online jihad. It has replaced – and surpassed – websites administered by jihadists themselves, which were previously their venue of choice.

MEMRI has briefed members of the U.S. government and Congress on this issue, and has also directly offered its assistance to YouTube in identifying videos that incite violence and terrorist acts for possible removal.

Launched Just Today, September 11, 2012 – YouTube Channel Featuring Senior AQAP Cleric Sheikh Ibrahim Al-Rubaish

On September 11, 2012, "zanoon elslfi," a member of the leading jihadi forum Al-Fida', posted on the forum an announcement of the launch of a YouTube channel, titled "IbrahimRbichy" and featuring speeches and lectures by Saudi Sheikh Ibrahim Al-Rubaish, a former Guantanamo prisoner and a senior Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) cleric.[...]

Thousands Of Videos Of Osama Bin Laden, Al-Qaeda, and 9/11 Can Easily Be Viewed On YouTube – Even After Addition Of New Flagging System

As MEMRI research previously highlighted, thousands of videos, including by the Al-Qaeda media company Al-Sahab – among them videos celebrating and planning the attacks of September 11, 2001 – are added to YouTube regularly[...]

For a Full List of Flagged Videos Click Here to View the PDF
[PLEASE BE PATIENT WHILE THE LIST DOWNLOADS]

[Read It All]

It is good to know MEMRI is reporting this to the powers that be, but...., a hell of a lot of good it has done - so far.

Remember, JihadTube will terminate your account if you have videos about stonings, etc. I know, it happened to me.

By Stable Hand at 08:39 PM | Comments |

@CAIRNational Remembers 9/11

Denial:

By Stable Hand at 02:21 PM | Comments |

#NeverForget911 - Compare And Contrast: Obama & Romney's First Tweet Today

911, We Remember

911, We Remember

Obama's first and only tweet so far today:

Romney's first and only tweet so far today:

Words fail me..

h/t Twitchy

Update: [h/t colsmeag]: Axelrod's first and only tweet today:


colsmeag was right - "Axlerodgloyavich was even worse"

Just in case Obama's "staff" tweet disappears:

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By Stable Hand at 11:01 AM | Comments |

June 24, 2012

Brooklyn JHS 292 Teens Visit 9/11 Memorial, Throw Trash Into Reflection Pools

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JHS these teens go to

They were "bored", you see:

The New York Dept. of Education has launched an investigation over reports that a group of middle school students were caught throwing trash into the reflecting pools of the National September 11 Memorial & Museum during a recent school field trip[...]

Eyewitnesses told the Daily News that the kids threw empty soda bottles and baseballs into the pools — marking the original footprints of the World Trade Center towers.

Besides trash:
In addition, one of the students reportedly tried to bring firearm ammunition into the site. Police said they found three .33-caliber rounds in a plastic bin in the security area.
Respect is taught and these "teens" parents have failed miserably in their parenting skills.
“It really is so sad that anyone would disrespect the souls that were lost in the terrorist attacks back on 9/11,” said Al Hagan, president of the Uniformed Fire Officers Association.

“One can only hope that these children do not become lost and that they learn from their mistakes

“No one was disrespecting. It wasn’t nothing like that,” said one student. “No one was being serious. Everyone was kind of bored and it was just something to do

So much for "learning from mistakes".

BTW, where were the school staff? Looking the other way?

h/t @toddstarnes.

By Stable Hand at 02:32 PM | Comments |

May 06, 2012

Blog Sabbath Caption Contest Dhimmi Lawyer Edition

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Janet Hamllin/Miami Herald/Court Sketch Artist- Pentagon-paid civilian defense lawyer Cheryl Borman, who is defending accused 9/11 co-conspirator Walid bin Attash, appears in this courtroom sketch, wearing a headscarf and abaya at the arraignment of the five accused 9/11 co-conspirators at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, Saturday, May 5, 2012. At one point, she asked the judge to order all female attorneys on the case to wear similar garb so her client would not sin by seeing them in Western clothes. The five defendants are in the background.
Fatwas will be issued

Click here to see her without her Islamist mandated dress code

By Stable Hand at 05:32 AM | Comments |

May 05, 2012

Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, co-defendents appear in court for arraignment

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Apparently KSM is not very talkative in which the military judge stated: "KSM’s silence meant an automatic plea of not guilty".

GUANTANAMO BAY NAVEL BASE, Cuba — World Trade Center terrorist mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed kept his mouth shut Saturday at his first public appearance in three years.

Mohammed and four co-defendants were in court for their arraignment, the first step in a case that could end with their executions for killing 2,976 people on 9/11.

The hearing before a military tribunal at the U.S. Naval Base in Cuba began with Mohammed’s lawyer indicating the confessed chief plotter in the attack that toppled the twin towers would not speak.

“I believe Mr. Mohammed will decline to address the court,” said his lawyer, Davi Nevin. “I believe he’s deeply concerned about the fairness of this court.”

Presiding military judge James Pohl, an Army colonel, said KSM’s silence meant an automatic plea of not guilty.

"Fairness of the court"? What happened to "guilty"? Maybe the brave mujahid is having second thoughts about being offed.

The sooner this trial gets over with the sooner these bast**ds die...

Update Jonn Lilyea is live blogging at This ain't Hell[Hit F5 to refresh his page]. He noted one of the unbiased reporters has a Obama 2012 sticker on their SUV.

11:39am: Ok, burka woman is back and she’s asking that all women in the courtroom be forced by the court to “dress appropriately” so the defendants won’t commit sins. She even got chuckles from the media-types here at Fort Meade and exclamations from the women in this room of “Oh, my God”.
Be sure and follow Jonn on this, he tells it like it is.

Charge sheet here[PDF]

You can follow, on Twitter, the hashtags #Guantanamo, #KSM,, and GITMO Caution though, bleeding heart libs abound.

By Stable Hand at 10:10 AM | Comments |

October 27, 2011

Congressional Investigators Want 9/11 Suspects Questioned About Awlaki

Via a photo essay

Hmmm

Three letters sent Tuesday and obtained by Fox News show the committee's investigation into the cleric, who was killed in a CIA-led operation in Yemen on Sept. 30, has broadened since his death.

In the first letter, Rep. Peter King, R-N.Y., chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee, wrote to Lt. Gen. Ronald Burgess, director of the Defense Intelligence Agency, which is responsible for directing interrogations of detainees in military custody at Guantanamo, including the self-described architect of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed.

King asked the agency to question detainees involved in plotting 9/11 about the possible roles of Eyad al-Rababah of Jordan, Daoud Chehazeh of Syria and Awlaki in the terror attack.

"I understand that these detainees have not been interrogated in several years, and certainly not since Awlaki's role within Al Qaeda became widely acknowledged in 2009," King wrote.

Al-Rababah and Chehazeh were first profiled by the Fox News Specials Unit in "Secrets of 9/11," which aired in May. The investigation outlined the domestic support network that allowed the Sept. 11, 2001, hijackers to move around the U.S. with ease.

It also presented new and compelling evidence that Awlaki was an overlooked player in the Sept. 11 plot who slipped through the FBI's grasp after the attack.
[ More]

By Stable Hand at 08:49 PM | Comments |

September 27, 2011

FAIL: AQAP Celebrates 9/11 .... 16 Days Late!

A special issue of al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula's English language Inspire (#7) magazine celebrating the 9/11 attacks has been released ... 16 days after the 10 year anniversary of the event.

The magazine's editors, American Samir Khan and "Yayha Ibrahim", dedicated:

this special supplement to the great events of the Expeditions of Washington DC and New York, as Shaykh Usama would call it, or simply 9/11. As America mourns and we celebrate this glorious event, we look into what 9/11 means ten years on.
But the pair of traitors couldn't get the magazine to the internet forums until two weeks after the rest of the world marked the anniversary.

Since the two are obvious failures in the propaganda department, we recommend that their leader Anwar al-Awlaki transfer them to the suicide bomber division. We're sure they'll go places with the rest of the low-IQ class.

This edition of the magazine appears to have been thrown together rather halfheartedly. Unlike other issues, it only has two original articles and a few minor editorial comments.

One of the articles, written by the former Charlotte, N.C. resident Samir Khan, explains how al Qaeda is winning the propaganda war. Ironic given that his own AQAP brand couldn't get out it's 9/11 magazine on time!

In further humiliation to the branch of al Qaeda now considered the most dangerous, the forum the group should have posted the magazine on -- the one most closely associated with al Qaeda -- was either very slow or offline over the past few days due to a large scale DOS attack. A second site considered "legitimate" by the group, was offline for several hours today after the online hacktivist th3j35t3r targeted it.

Boom, winning!

The only other article of note is a short editorial by "Abu Suhail" refuting 9/11 conspiracy theories, especially those out of Iran. It accuses Iran of duplicity with the US: sometimes opposing the US, sometimes supporting the US. But:

Iran and the Shi`a in general do not want to give al Qaeda credit for the greatest and biggest operation ever committed against America because this would expose their lip-service jihad against the Great Satan.
We at The Jawa Report wholeheartedly agree and recommend immediate action be taken by al Qaeda against Iran.

Red on red, baby.

One last thing of note, the magazine promises an exclusive interview with al Qaeda central's own English language propaganda czar Adam Gadahn. The Orange County, CA native is the only American to have been indicted for treason since the 9/11 attacks. So, I guess this answers the question of whether or not Gadahn is alive or dead. But it leaves unanswered the question of: why haven't Samir Khan & Anwar al-Awlaki been indicted for treason?

In sum: Inspire #7 is a big cup of fail.

Personal note to Samir Khan: You guys are winning the online media war, eh? If that's the case, then why have none of your friends over at AMEF yet posted a link to the new issue? Oh, that's right -- they're all in jail!

Keep looking up Sammy, there's a drone with your name written on it.

By Rusty Shackleford, Ph.D. at 03:31 PM | Comments |

September 13, 2011

Bosch Fawstin Interview

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The Saudis & 9/11

Awesome interview..


By Stable Hand at 12:57 PM | Comments |

September 12, 2011

Oh, About that 9/11 Anniversary Terror Plot

FAIL!

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Lesson: Never try.

By Rusty Shackleford, Ph.D. at 04:28 PM | Comments |

Paul Krugman, Asshole

Proving, once again, that any schmuck can write for the New York Times.

By Rusty Shackleford, Ph.D. at 02:53 PM | Comments |

The U.S. Governments Failed History Of Muslim Outreach Since 9/11

Patrick Poole

When President Obama hosted his annual iftar dinner in August to commemorate Ramadan, the list of invitees published by the White House was curiously missing the names of several attendees — all of whom are top leaders of organizations known to be purveyors of jihadist ideology. But it was not like they had crashed the party. One of the unlisted, Mohamed Magid, head of the Muslim Brotherhood-linked Islamic Society of North America, was photographed by Reuters sitting at the front table only a few feet from the president as he spoke.

This was just the most recent episode in the federal government’s disastrous attempts at outreach to the Muslim community since the 9/11 attacks. With the release of President Obama’s new strategic plan to combat “violent extremism” by expanding outreach to these same terror-tied groups, the present administration seems intent on compounding the problems wrought by its predecessors.

Misguided outreach activities began long before 9/11, with the best example being the case of Abdurahman Alamoudi.

Alamoudi was the conduit through which much of the U.S. government’s outreach was pursued following the 1993 World Trade Center bombing. Not only was he asked by the Clinton administration to help train and certify all Muslim military chaplains, his organization being the first to do so, but he also was appointed by the State Department in 1997 as a goodwill ambassador to the Middle East, making six taxpayer-funded trips. It is fair to say that during this period, Alamoudi was the most prominent and politically connected Muslim leader in America.

As we now know, Alamoudi was indicted in October 2003 for moving money on behalf of Libyan intelligence in an assassination plot targeting Saudi Prince (now King) Abdullah. The U.S. government has admitted that at the time he was being courted by Democrats and Republicans alike, he was a major fundraiser for al-Qaeda.

However, it is not as if the U.S. government was unaware of Alamoudi’s attachments. As far back as 1993, an informant told the FBI that Alamoudi was funneling regular payments from Osama bin Laden to Omar Abdel Rahman, the “blind sheikh” who was convicted of authorizing terror attacks against New York landmarks. In March 1996, Alamoudi’s association with Hamas leader Mousa Abu Marzook was exposed in the pages of the Wall Street Journal. Two years later, the State Department came under fire by the New York Post for inviting Alamoudi to official events despite his known remarks in support of terrorism and terrorist leaders.

When President Bush took office, Alamoudi was quickly courted by the new administration. In June 2001, the Jerusalem Post reported that Alamoudi was going to be part of a White House meeting with Vice President Cheney despite the fact that Alamoudi was known to have attended a terror confab in Beirut earlier that year featuring representatives from virtually every major Islamic terrorist organization in the world, including al-Qaeda.

Yet just days after the 9/11 attacks, Alamoudi was one of the Muslim leaders asked to appear with President Bush at the Islamic Center of Washington, D.C. That same week, one of Alamoudi’s close associates, Muzammil Siddiqi, was asked to deliver an Islamic prayer and to represent the entire Muslim-American community at the national prayer service mourning the fallen.[Continue reading]

Read it all..

By Stable Hand at 01:07 PM | Comments |

Berkeley: 9/11 March For, Get This... Palestine?

A little play on words in the 1st video's title.


One of many videos of Palestinians celebrating 9/11

By Stable Hand at 12:24 AM | Comments |

September 11, 2011

Standing Side by Side at Ground Zero, Bush and Obama Mark Crucial Moment

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Pool photo by Kristoffer Tripplaar

The above photo is worth a thousand words

Mr. Obama read from Psalm 46: “God is our refuge and strength,” which an aide said he chose because it spoke of perseverance. Mr. Bush, the wartime leader, read a letter from Abraham Lincoln to a widow who was believed to have lost sons in the Civil War.

Unlike Mr. Obama, Mr. Bush drew a cheer from those who remembered him shouting through a bullhorn atop the smoldering rubble. For Mr. Obama, Sept. 11 is perhaps a less wrenching experience, though it underpins what has become one of the great paradoxes of his presidency.[More...]

Is it any wonder as to why GW drew the applause?

UPDATE: Weasel Zippers has videos of Obama and GW's readings.

By Stable Hand at 08:46 PM | Comments |

Our Canadian Friends In NYC Today

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The Westboro Baptist Church showed their deranged faces at the memorial this morning.

My favorite image evah regarding Westboro, especially the caption:

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Kath expressing her opinion as they were "escorted" away. She managed to trip one who had harrumphed "Subtle" in response. Think about that.

More at Blazing Cat Fur

By Stable Hand at 08:18 PM | Comments |

Muslims Against Crusades Remembers 9/11, Burns American Flag, EDL Members Stabbed

Update on this post.

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MAC member arrested, spits at cameraman

h/t WeAreTheBrits twitpic

EDL members stabbed

On a day which saw commemoratons of 9/11, members of the EDL clashed with supporters of Muslims Against Crusades (MAC). Later in the evening two EDL members were stabbed by Muslim youths according to initial reports outside the JD Wetherspoon pub.

MAC burning the American flag during moment of silence:

h/t Nemesisrepubllc

Others assmaggots:

Moderator at Ummah forum : "HAPPY Sept 11th Everyone!!!"

h/t ST who has screenshots

Another day, same ole Islamofacist assmaggotry..

By Stable Hand at 07:32 PM | Comments |

That Day Today

Today is not a day of service.

Today is a day to remember the innocent who were murdered 10 years ago by Islamic terrorists, and to remember the 17,720 who have been murdered since that day.

Today is a day to honour those who so selflessly risk their lives to save others, those who rushed up the stairs when everyone else so desperately tried to flee down the stairs.

Today is a day to be thankful for our strong military and the men and women who stand on the front lines. Without them, the ugly face terrorism would have visited us on our own soil many more times since that day.

Today is a day to renew our resolve to fight evil wherever it thrives, a day for justified anger. It is a day to declare you are either with us or against us, a day when you are willing to stand firm against evil or look the other way hoping it will ignore you.

Today is that day, 10 years later. Today, the cowards celebrate, the appeasers service, the compassionate mourn, the brave fight, and all patriots remember that day.

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Update: Stable Hand posted this video yesterday. It is worth a repeat. Watch and then download the song "America (Land of the Free)":


By DMartyr at 08:49 AM | Comments |

Osama is still dead

As we remember that morning... I will focus on this thought:

Al Qaeda can rail and make threats.....but we reached inside the belly of the beast and killed their leader in his jammies.....hiding behind his woman.

The last thing he saw on this earth was the muzzle of an American gun.

And the war goes on...

By Matt Damon at 07:52 AM | Comments |

September 10, 2011

Sandcrawler PSA: Terror Expert Releases 'Land of the Free' Song

John Guandolo, former Marine Recon and former FBI agent, has put out a song commemorating 9/11. Below is an interview he did a couple hours ago with Erick Stakelbeck about the song:

Official music video of the song:

Guandolo song as background to the Allen West press conference with the 9/11 families the other day:


Song: America (Land of the Free)
Performed by: Boats Against the Current
Written by: John D. Guandolo
Produced by: Kelly Pidgeon
Recorded at: Poverty Ranch Records
To download the song, please go to:
www.cdbaby.com/cd/boatsagainstthecurrent
A portion of the proceeds from this song will go to Operation Restored Warrior ( www.operationrestoredwarrior.org) dedicated to healing the spiritual wounds of our military combat veterans.

Thank you for your service sir, what a wonderful way to support our finest and bravest!

Download the song already people! ;-)

By Stable Hand at 09:09 PM | Comments |

American Jude Kenan Muhammad Linked to 9/11 Anniv. Plot

Via 1389blog.

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The Daily Mail

This is believed to be one of the men counter terrorism chiefs say are plotting a terrorist attack in America on the 10th anniversary of the 9/11.

An image of American-born 22-year-old Jude Kenan Mohammad has been posted on the FBI's Ten Most Wanted list.

He has been linked to what officials have called a credible but unconfirmed al-Qaeda threat to set off a car bomb on bridges or tunnels in New York City or Washington.

The Wall Street Journal reported Mohammad is among three al-Qaeda leaders that investigators believe pose a particular threat because they have lived in the U.S.

Should that mission prove impossible, the attackers have been told to simply cause as much destruction as they can.

Mohammad, who was born in Florida, dropped out of North Carolina's Fuquay-Varina High School in 2006 and left the U.S. two years later to visit Pakistan, his father's homeland.

A federal grand jury in North Carolina indicted him and seven other men in 2009 on charges that they conspired to carry out terrorist activities around the world. Two of the men have pleaded guilty, and the trial of four others is set for September 19 in New Bern.

Federal authorities have never arrested Mohammad in the case, saying that they believe he has been in Pakistan since the indictment was issued. [More..

From NTA, who links to Daily Mail as well as WCTI12:

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h/t Andrea

UPDATE: I am still searching for the WSJ article, if anyone sees it please email me. Thanks.

Also, Rusty posted about him in 7/2009: Confirmed: Eighth Traitor on the Lam in Pakistan (UPDATED: Traitor ID'd)

UPDATE II: ABC news has more on this. I am trying to confirm this from a domestic source.

Officials may have the name of one of the suspected bomb plotters after a 24-hour intelligence manhunt, U.S. officials tell ABC News.
Stay tuned

UPDATE by Rusty: Jude Kenan Mohammad was part of a larger ring of would be jihadis in North Carolina led by Daniel Boyd (aka, Saifullah). Of the eight indicted in the terror ring, only Mohammad was missing.

Mohammad had turned up in Pakistan where he was arrested. But our allies in Pakistan let him go.

Some allies, eh?

See also: Ziyadh Yagadi's Facebook account
7 Traitors Arrested in N.C. for Jihad Plans
N.C. 7 Jihadis in Court Today
Indictment against NC 8, including Jude Keenan Mohammad

By Stable Hand at 01:12 PM | Comments |