Friday, January 1, 2010

The “lone wolf” has an accomplice!

Christmas day bomber wasn’t the only one arrested!

Barack Obama made his statement that the man attempting to blow up an American airliner, on American soil was not part of a “larger plot” that he was acting alone.

Now, we have witnesses who have come forward to say that when they were sequestered in an area by the FBI after being removed from the plane when it landed that a second man in that group was arrested.

The FBI said in a later news statement that the man was not on the flight with the Christmas day bomber, but another flight and arrested for other reasons.

Hogwash says passengers from the bomb attempt plane. World Net Daily reports –

“Following the foiled terrorist attack, Haskell said passengers were corralled into a small, evacuated luggage claim area of an airport terminal. Then, he says, bomb-sniffing dogs were brought in.

"During this time period, all of the passengers had their carry-on bags with them," he wrote in a posting on "When the bomb sniffing dogs arrived, one dog found something in a carry-on bag of a 30-ish Indian man."

The man in orange, who stood some 20ft away from me the entire time until he was taken away, was immediately taken away to be searched and interrogated in a nearby room," Haskell explained. "At this time, he was not handcuffed. When he emerged from the room, he was then handcuffed and taken away."

Immediately after the questioning, Haskell said an FBI agent approached the remaining passengers and, referring to the man in orange, said, "You all are being moved to another area because this area is not safe. I am sure many of you saw what just happened and are smart enough to read between the lines and figure it out."

A second passenger, Daniel Huisinga of Fairview, Tenn., who was returning from an internship in Kenya, confirmed the account.

Haskell said authorities marched the remaining passengers out of the baggage claim area and into a long hallway.

"This entire time period and until we left customs, no person that wasn't a law enforcement personnel or a passenger on our flight was allowed anywhere on our floor of the terminal (or possibly the entire terminal)," he wrote. "The FBI was so concerned during this time that we were not allowed to use the bathroom unless we went alone with an FBI agent. We were not allowed to eat or drink, or text or call anyone."

Ron Smith, chief Customs and Border Protection officer in the Detroit office, told the newspaper, "There was a second person taken into custody, but it had nothing to do with Flight 253. They did see dogs, but again, it was a totally different incident."

But Haskell stands by his story, claiming officials are "playing the American public for a fool." He said their explanation would require the public to believe the following:

• FBI and Customs officials allowed passengers from a separate flight to co-mingle with the passengers of Flight 253 during a critical investigation. Haskell insists that no one – aside from law enforcement and Flight 253 passengers – was allowed in the area while they were being detained.

• Despite prohibiting passengers from drinking, eating, making calls and using the restrooms, FBI and Customs officials allowed people from other flights to "trample through the area and possibly contaminate evidence."

• Haskell also added that no flights during that time allowed passengers to exit from the planes. The planes were held on the runway during the first hour of the detention period.

• "You have to believe that the man that stood 20 feet from me since we entered customs came from a mysterious plane that never landed, let its passengers off the plane and let this man sneak into our passenger group despite having extremely tight security at this time," he added.

• He said the public would be required to believe FBI and Customs officials were "hauling mysterious passengers from other flights through the area we were being held to possibly contaminate evidence and allow discussions with suspects on Flight 253 or to possibly allow the exchange of bombs, weapons or other devices between the mysterious passengers from other flights and those on flight 253."

"Seriously, Mr. Ron Smith, how stupid do you think the American public is?" he wrote.

The cover-up is already starting just as in the Ft. Hood incident. This Administration is so inept in its fight against terror and equally as so in its attempted containment of the facts surrounding them. We were promised a report from John Brennan, by Obama on 11/30/09 for the preliminary findings of Ft. Hood and have yet to see or hear a thing as a result. The Obama Administrations policy of ending the “war on terror” and shifting to a law enforcement mode will only enable a bungling bunch of jihadi’s to succeed next time.

1 comment:

  1. The change to a law enforcement approach is not a good thing as you said--informative post.