Ten years after 911, jihadi plots, arrests, and convictions are now daily news. The enemedia gives them little to no coverage, but there is a low-grade war on America. And when this news does break, the kneejerk reaction imposed by the Muslim Brotherhood sharia enforcers (i.e. CAIR, ISNA, MAS, MSA, et al) is concern about the fictitious anti-Muslim backlash.
So the attack is twofold. First, the violent jihad that would have murdered innocent civilians, and then the verbal lashing by Islamic supremacist mouthpieces given free reign of the airwaves by a sharia-compliant enemedia. The next level of submission will be a prohibition on the reporting of jihad new stories under the rubric of "defamation of religion" and "incitement," as well as the always-popular "hate speech." This is exactly what the OIC (Organization of Islamic Cooperation) is working on with the cooperation of Obama's State Department while stealth jihadists like the Ground Zero mosque imam Feisal Rauf advocate a news blackout on all reporting of jihad, homicide bombings, and ethnic cleansing of non-Muslims.
Muslim Pleads Guilty in Plot to Bomb Maryland Armed Forces Recruiting CenterPosted on January 30, 2012 by creeping
BALTIMORE—Antonio Martinez, aka Muhammad Hussain, 22, of Baltimore, a U.S. citizen, pleaded guilty today to attempted use of a weapon of mass destruction against federal property in connection with a scheme to attack an armed forces recruiting station in Catonsville, Md. Martinez was arrested on Dec. 8, 2010, after he attempted to detonate what he believed to be explosives at the armed forces recruiting station.
The guilty plea was announced by U.S. Attorney for the District of Maryland Rod J. Rosenstein and Special Agent in Charge Richard A. McFeely of the FBI.
“We are catching dangerous suspects before they strike, and we are investigating them in a way that maximizes the liberty and security of law-abiding citizens,” said U.S. Attorney Rosenstein. “That is what the American people expect of the Justice Department, and that is what we aim to deliver.”
“This is an example of another successful prosecution that resulted from outstanding partnerships between the Muslim community and law enforcement,” said FBI Special Agent in Charge McFeely. “As the threat from homegrown violent extremists remains high, the FBI and our police partners rely on a two way flow of information with the Muslim community at large. Together we are working to stop those that have perverted the Islamic faith into something it is not.”
According to his plea agreement, on Oct. 22, 2010, Martinez raised the subject of attacking military targets with an FBI confidential source (CS). During the recorded conversations that followed between Martinez, the CS and later, an FBI undercover agent, Martinez identified his target—an armed forces recruiting station in Catonsville—and spoke about his anger toward America, his belief that Muslims were being unjustly targeted and killed by the American military and his desire to commit jihad to send a message that American soldiers would be killed unless the country stopped its “war” against Islam.
Martinez attempted to recruit a number of people to join in the operation, including an individual whom he said had the ability to obtain weapons. All of them declined, and one of them expressly attempted to dissuade Martinez from committing jihad. Thereafter, Martinez agreed to meet the source’s “Afghani brother,” an undercover FBI agent (UC), whom the CS represented would be interested in assisting in the operation.
According to the statement of facts, both prior to, and during the course of the investigation, Martinez articulated his militant beliefs in postings on his public Facebook page and in two Facebook chats with the CS.
According to the plea agreement, Martinez first met the UC on Nov. 16, 2010, and advised the UC that he wanted jihadist activities to be his “profession.” Throughout the course of the investigation, Martinez repeatedly expressed his desire to go forward with the attack. Martinez admitted that on Dec. 8, 2010, he met the CS to drive to a public parking lot near the recruiting center. On the way, Martinez had the CS tape him on a camcorder and a statement that he would continue to fight against the oppressors until those who waged war with Islam stopped their actions. Martinez subsequently attempted to detonate an explosive device at the armed forces recruiting station. Martinez admitted that the bomb was intended to kill military service members who worked in the building. As set forth in court documents, agents investigating Martinez ensured that the bomb was inert and no danger was presented to the public.
If the court accepts the plea, Martinez will be sentenced to 25 years in prison, which the government and the defendant have agreed is the appropriate disposition of the case. U.S. District Judge J. Frederick Motz has scheduled sentencing for April 6, 2012, at 9:00 a.m.
Where taxpayers will fund his Islamic lifestyle including halal meals, group prayers with fellow believers in jihad, and nothing but time to study Muhammad’s words against unbelievers. He’ll be 47 if he survives his term and is then freed into what will likely be a very different America.
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