Monday, January 28, 2008

US DOJ Offers Rewards For Wanted Terrorists, But Issued No Warrants

WTF?! They want to capture terrorists and have earmarked millions in reward money for anyone who helps in their capture. But they can't arrest the terrorists even if they have their hands on them, as they haven't issued any warrants for their arrest. Whose idea of a sick joke is this?!

“The Justice Department has placed a $5 million reward for any information leading to Adnan’s apprehension, and the same bounty for each of his alleged accomplices: Amer el-Maati, Jaber A. Elbaneh, Anas al-Liby and Abderraouf Jdey,” says Williams. “But if you assemble a team of bounty hunters and manage to collar Adnan el-Shukrijumah and his terrorist cronies, you will be hard-pressed to turn them over to law enforcement officials, let alone collect the aggregate $25 million,” says Williams.

“The U.S. Department of Justice, even after posting rewards, setting up hotlines, and issuing BOLOs (“Be-on-the-Lookout” alerts) has failed to issue criminal warrants for their arrest. This means that the bounty hunters would have to leave Adnan and his friends strapped to lawn chairs, since members of state and local police departments remain without authorization to detain or question them, let alone take them into custody.”


FBI Director Robert Mueller and former Attorney General John Ashcroft have called Adnan el Shukrijumah “the next Mohammed Atta”, who represents “a clear and imminent danger to all Americans.”

That the U.S. Department of Justice has failed to issue a criminal warrant for the arrest of “the next Mohammed Atta” is as mind boggling as it is chilling.

“Adnan el Shukrijumah has allegedly worked with Mohammad Atta and the other 9/11 operatives; he has allegedly masterminded a plan to launch a nuclear attack on American soil; he has allegedly attended leading al Qaeda gatherings, including the Waziristan Summit of 2004; he has allegedly conspired with Jose Padilla and others to blow up bridges and infrastructures in New York City; and the search for his present whereabouts is allegedly littered with corpses, including that of prominent Guyanese businessman Farouk Razak,” says Williams. “Obtaining the necessary warrants would constitute the perfunctory matter of submitting a request to a federal judiciary. But
this basic procedural step was not undertaken by the U.S. Attorney General, the
FBI director, or any other official within the Justice Department.”

This is scary. What does this mean, that the government actually has no intention of arresting its most wanted criminal enemies?

Does political correctness and Liberal Fascism/dhimmitude have anything to do with this?