Don’t answer questions from anonymous folks.
For my fellow Vikings
Praying for you. Praying for the truth to be heard. We wont give up on you.
Your prayers to an imaginary god will not be answered.
He will be executed and the US people will have justice.
The truth is he’s a dirty child killing scumbag. Innocent people don’t shoot at cops. He deserves death.
Congratulations, hipster liberals who pretend to love Internet freedom. This is what you voted for. Chumps.
Amine El Khalifi is an illegal immigrant from Morocco, was arrested near the US Capitol wearing a vest he believed was full of Al Qaeda-supplied explosives and is charged in an attempted suicide bombing of Congress.
Daniel Patrick Boyd is considered the ringleader of a group of seven men in South Carolina charged with supporting “violent jihad” movements in countries including Israel, Jordan, Kosovo, and Pakistan. He received training from Islamic radicals in Pakistan and Afghanistan, but he has not been linked to Al Qaeda or other militant groups operating in those areas. He pleaded guilty in 2011.
Adam Gadahn. AT LARGE. He is the most wanted American member of Al Qaeda and the first US citizen since the 1940s to be charged with treason. He is one of two Americans on the FBI’s list of 28 most-wanted terrorists, and the US is offering $1 million for information leading to his capture. Gadahn, born in Oregon and raised in California, was considered a senior commander under Osama bin Laden and said to play the role of ‘translator, video producer, and cultural interpreter.’
Omar Hammami. AT LARGE. Alabama-born Omar Hammami was profiled in a 2010 New York Times feature, ‘The Jihadist Next Door.’ Raised Christian in a Bible-Belt town, the son to a Syrian father and American mother was gradually drawn into fundamentalist Islam and in 2007 joined Somalia’s Al Qaeda-backed insurgent group Al Shabaab. He is identified by peers as Abu Mansoor al-Amriki, ‘the American.’ He is said to be a rising star and major recruiter.
John Walker Lindh, born in Washington, D.C., was captured Nov. 25, 2001 as an enemy combatant during the United States’ invasion of Afghanistan. He became interested in Islam after seeing the Spike Lee film ‘Malcolm X’ and converted in 1997. Lindh is serving a 20-year prison sentence.
David Headly, born in Washington, D.C., is charged with scouting locations for the 2008 terrorist attacks in Mumbai that killed 174 people. Like ‘Jihad Jane’ Colleen LaRose, indicted for plotting to kill a Swedish cartoonist, Headley is also alleged to have planned a strike against the Danish newspaper that published controversial cartoons of Islam’s Prophet Muhammad in 2005, prosecutors say. He currently awaits trial. India is seeking to extradite Headley to be tried with his co-conspirators, but Headley made a plea bargain with the US government that prevents his extradition, on the condition of his cooperation with investigators.
Colleen LaRose. The Michigan-born LaRose was arrested in October 2009, and she pleaded guilty to charges including conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists and to murder a person in a foreign country. The blonde, green-eyed American from the suburbs of Philadelphia called herself ‘Jihad Jane’ and ‘Fatima LaRose’ online. She linked up with militants over the Internet to plot terrorist acts, including a plan to kill a Swedish cartoonist.
THE ‘D.C. FIVE.’ Aman Hassan Yemer, Ahmed Abdulah Minni, Waqar Hussain Khan, Ramy Zamzam, and Umar Farooq, all American citizens from northern Virginia. A Pakistani court in 2010 sentenced the five American students, accused of contacting militants in Pakistan over the Internet and plotting terrorist attacks, to 10 years each in prison.
Faisal Shahzad was arrested in a New York airport in 2010 on charges that he drove a bomb-laden SUV meant to explode in Times Square. Shahzad, a Pakistani-born US citizen, appears to have had little real training in explosives technique, according to US officials. Shahzad lived in Shelton, Conn., with his family until they lost their house to foreclosure and the family left the US for Karachi in July 2009. Shahzad pleaded guilty to charges including terrorism and possessing weapons of mass destruction and was sentenced to life in prison in October 2010.
Najibullah Zazi, born in Afghanistan, Zazi moved with his family to New York City in 1999 and he became a legal US resident. Court documents allege that in 2008 he traveled to Afghanistan to join the Taliban, though he was recruited by Al Qaeda. He returned to the US in January 1999, moved to Denver, and in September 2009 was arrested for plotting to blow up New York’s subways with homemade bombs. He pleaded guilty in early 2010 to conspiring to use weapons of mass destruction, conspiring to commit murder, and providing support to a terrorist organization. He faces a possible life sentence.
Nidal Malik Hasan, a US Army doctor, is charged in a mass shooting at the US Army post in Fort Hood, Texas, in November 2009. Thirteen people died in the shooting spree, and Hasan is charged with murder. His military trial is has been delayed. Hasan remains incarcerated and uses a wheelchair. During the September 6, 2012 hearing, Hasan twice offered to plead guilty, however U.S. Army rules prohibit the judge of accepting a guilty plea in a death penalty case. He continues to receive paychecks, and his medical expenses are paid by the military. Born in Arlington, Va., Hasan had never deployed to a war zone but was due to deploy to Iraq.
CPO Chris Kyle