Looking out for you
A male employee who works at Circuit City behind the Moorestown
Mall is the unsung hero that first enabled authorities to foil the Fort Dix terror plot.
Circuit City corporate spokesman Jim Babb confirmed this morning that a current employee was asked by one of the alleged terrorists to dub a Jihadist training VHS cassette into a DVD…
…At the office for Rep. Jim Saxton, R-Mount Holly, spokesman Jeff Sagnip Hollendonner said the congressman had not spoken to the clerk but that the office was considering sending a thank you note.
“He is obviously someone who is alert and acted in a very responsible way and he very likely saved lives, there’s no question about that,” Sagnip Hollendonner said. “So he’s a hero because of that.”
From the Philly Inquirer:
“This person did what we want all citizens to do,” said U.S. Attorney Christopher J. Christie.
But remember: Not everyone welcomes John Doe heroism.
Looks like Circuit City might want to hand out some of these:
Meanwhile, CAIR trolls for Islamophobia victims:
The council asked mosques and Islamic institutions in New Jersey and nationwide to report any incidents of anti-Muslim backlash.
Terrorist plot in Cherry Hill, NJ; illegal aliens among alleged plotters;
a John Doe turned them in; press conference at 2:30pm Eastern;
Fort Dix has been a refuge for ethnic Albanians; details from the complaint;
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