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SC suspects linked to Sami Al-Arian terror case

The two Muslim students arrested with explosive materials near the Naval facility housing suspected terrorists near Goose Creek, SC has taken an odd turn. The family home of one of the suspects was also searched in an earlier terrorism investigation. Dan Riehl of Riehl World View has more:

There's been another strange development regarding the searching of a home in the investigation into Yousseff Samir Megahed and Ahmed Abda Mohamed, arrested for allegedly carrying pipe bombs in their vehicle just miles from a military facility in Goose Creek, South Carolina. According to this report, the home was also searched some years back during the investigation into Sami Al-Arian.

Read the whole post and access links to much more on the case at the above link.

Coincidence? Not sure I even believe in them . . .


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Move along... nothing to se... (Below threshold)

Move along... nothing to see here.

At least that's the case if you believe in "bumper stickers."

If you don't and have a closer grasp of reality there's the caliphate to be concerned with.






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