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Wednesday, January 27, 2016

The real deal?

The FBI stopped an alleged Islamic terrorist named Samy Mohamed Hamzeh from shooting up a Masonic temple (calling Alex Jones!) in Milwaukee.

The amazing thing about this story is that it seems to be the real deal -- not the usual Feebie set-up job where undercover agents coax a mentally slow Muslim into doing something stupid and illegal.
According to the complaint:

They would enter with clothes over their heads, he said. It was important to quietly kill the receptionist, the first person they were likely to see, Hamzeh said.

"... If she was alone, it is OK, if there were two of them, shoot both of them, do not let the blood show, shoot her from the bottom, two or three shots in her stomach and let her sit on the chair and push her to the front, as if she is sleeping, did you understand?"

After killing those at the door, one attacker would remain there, Hamzeh said. "...One of us will stay at the door at the entrance and lock the door down, he will be at the main door down, two will get to the lift (elevator) up, they will enter the room, and spray everyone in the room. The one who is standing downstairs will spray anyone he finds. We will shoot them, kill them and get out."

Hamzeh said each of them would have to kill everyone around him, "to annihilate everyone, there is no one left, I mean when we go into a room, we will be killing everyone, that's it, this is our duty."
We've criticized the Feds often enough for the bullshit busts. Shouldn't we say "bravo" when they actually do something right?
What will be interesting is the backwards engineering. Publicly profiling the mastermind and seeing how far back he has been in the U.S. and for how long had he faked fitting in.
They also did something right in Oregon after this man rushed an officer...suicide by the law.

Arizona rancher LaVoy Finicum told Oregon Public Broadcasting that his four current foster children have been removed while he's in Oregon:​

Robert “LaVoy” Finicum and his wife Jeanette were foster care parents for troubled boys. Finicum estimates that over the past decade, more than 50 boys came through their ranch near Chino Valley, Arizona. The boys often landed there from mental hospitals, drug rehabs and group homes for emotionally distressed youth.

“My ranch has been a great tool for these boys,” Finicum said. “It has done a lot of good.”

Finicum runs a cattle ranch in Arizona where he says he barely breaks even on the cattle and the loss of 50 extra foster ranch hands children is going to make it financially difficult on the Finicums:

That represents an enormous loss of income for the Finicums. According to a 2010 tax filing, Catholic Charities paid the family $115,343 to foster children in 2009. That year, foster parents were compensated between $22.31 and $37.49 per child, per day, meaning if the Finicums were paid at the maximum rate, they cared for, on average, eight children per day in 2009.

“That was my main source of income,” Finicum said. “My ranch, well, the cows just cover the costs of the ranch. If this means rice and beans for the next few years, so be it. We’re going to stay the course.”

Your post explains much. If you spend a lot of time with unbalanced people, you may lose your own sense of balance. In a sense, craziness is catching. Finicum worked with many troubled kids -- and in the end, he chose a course of action that only a very troubled individual would take.
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