Document drop: FBI affidavit in Seattle jihad plot against military; Muslim avengers compared selves to Nidal Hasan
I’m posting the FBI affidavit filed today in the case of the Seattle jihad plot against our military. Keep track of how many media outlets pass up Abu Khalid Abdul-Latif and Walli Mujahidh’s Muslim monikers for their whitewashed Western names. (see here for today’s post on both the D.C. and Seattle Muslim suspects).
“The object of the conspiracy was to kill officers and employees of the Department of Defense who worked at the MEPS [Military Entrance Processing Stations] located in the Federal Center South building in Seattle Washington, and to kill other persons assisting such officers and employees in the performance of their duties…
…The defendants planned to carry out the attack using fully-automatic weapons pistols, and fragmentation grendates. Their goal was to kill and maim numerous officers and employees of the United States Military…Abdul-Latif explained the reasons for the attack, specifically his anger of the US Military’s real or perceived activities in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Yemn. Abdul-Latif explained that, in his view, murdering American soldiers was justifiable.
…78. Abdul-Latif then revisited the idea of attacking Fort Lewis. In response, the Source said that their current target (the MEPS) was a good one and they should stick with their plan. The discussion then moved to other topics, including Abdul-Latif complaining again about the American military presence in the Middle East. Abdul-Latif also discussed historical figures who have sacrificed for a cause, and then specifically compared the conspirators’ intended “sacrifice” during the MEPS attack to the actions of Nidal [Hasan] (the Army officer charged in the attack that killed 13 people at Fort Hood.blog comments powered by Disqus
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