Thursday, March 02, 2006


VIA WorldNetDaily, we’re informed of a citizen’s attempt to report a terrorist sighting:

“Top terrorist sighting raises no FBI interest”

“Al-Qaida operative known as 'next Mohamed Atta' spotted in California, law enforcement goes AWOL”

“A husband and wife who wish to remain anonymous for security reasons, say they encountered Adnan el-Shukrijumah and other potential al-Qaida operatives, including Aafia Siddiqui, in a small café near Lake Isabella Sept. 7, 2005.”

So far, according to the article, no one in an official position to act has done so…

“The local enforcement officers, including the county sheriff, reportedly neglected to conduct an investigation, despite the $5 million bounty on Shukrijumah's head. Several federal officials, including U.S. Sen. Arlen Specter, R-Pa., when notified of the incident, opted to turn a blind eye to the situation, even though they were aware that the suspect in question has been described as the most dangerous al-Qaida agent on American soil.”

The couple could be wrong, of course. It would be easy to make such a mistake…

But what if they were right? Wouldn’t that be maddening? Spot somebody you were sure was a terrorist with a five-million dollar bounty on his head, report it, and … Nothing…

It would be tempting to bag the bastard yourself and then drag his ass into the local FBI office… Where you would probably be arrested for hunting bastards out of season…

The “I told you so” would make it almost worth the hassle…

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