Thursday, December 9, 2010

Baltimore man who plotted to blow up military recruiting station 'wrote of plans on Facebook'

Yesterday ~ all my troubles seemed so far away.... A normal Antonio Martinez

"We blow one recruiting centre up ... people ain't gonna be able to get recruited at that one. Then we hit another one, then we hit another one (and) there's no more recruiting centres in Maryland," prosecutors quoted him as saying.

"Martinez wrote that he wanted to go to Pakistan or Afghanistan, that it was his dream to be among the ranks of the mujahideen, and that he hoped Allah would open a door for him because all he thinks about is jihad," the department said.

These guys are joining Islam literally to follow Muhammad's law. That includes killing people [the infidel], just as Muhammad did ~ all in hopes Allah opens the trap door to the Muslim paradise ~ all for your chance to sleep with 72 dead women for eternity!!

In any case Allah Akbar seems to be the new Kumbaya. As the new spiritualism is death-murder-kill ~ of which is forcibly being labelled peaceful. Radical Islam is the new Charles Manson ~ and their chants of Allah Akbar ~ the new Helter Skelter....

They both turn otherwise normal young people into killers ~ mass murderers.



A Baltimore construction worker has been charged with plotting to blow up a military recruiting station in Maryland after the FBI learned of his radical leanings on Facebook

Antonio Martinez, 21, an American convert to Islam, was detained after allegedly trying to remotely detonate a fake bomb left in a vehicle at an army recruiting office near Baltimore.

Also known as Muhammed Hussain, the suspect was charged with "attempting to murder federal officers and employees and attempted use of a weapon of mass destruction against federal property", said the Department of Justice.

FBI agents were tipped off by a confidential source after Martinez posted his call for violence to stop the oppression of Muslims on the social networking site on September 29. Two days later, he posted a message saying that he "hated any person who opposes Allah and his prophet".

Prosecutors said an FBI informer then contacted Martinez through Facebook.

"Martinez wrote that he wanted to go to Pakistan or Afghanistan, that it was his dream to be among the ranks of the mujahideen, and that he hoped Allah would open a door for him because all he thinks about is jihad," the department said.

Officials involved in the sting offered Martinez the chance to back out of the "plot" on several occasions but said he forged ahead each time, and at one point told an FBI contact he wanted to attack several targets.

"We blow one recruiting centre up ... people ain't gonna be able to get recruited at that one. Then we hit another one, then we hit another one (and) there's no more recruiting centres in Maryland," prosecutors quoted him as saying.

The case resembled that of a Somali-American arrested in Portland, Oregon last month after trying to set off a dummy bomb supplied by undercover FBI agents who had pretended to be accomplices.

Janet Napolitano, the Homeland Security secretary, denied that sting operations had amounted to entrapment.

"Stings are part and parcel of the toolbox law enforcement must have and must employ particularly in this kind of a terrorist environment", she said.

"There are rules that govern them and they are done very carefully and the FBI abides by those rules, law enforcement abides by those rules, but they are an important tool to have."

Telegraph

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