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 Post subject: Re: Homegrown terrorists
PostPosted: Tue May 16, 2017 10:04 pm 
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A fucking hand grenade? In their car?

And they arrested him for carrying a hand gun? WTF?

I'm pretty sure having a hand grenade is a pretty serious crime. Or any such explosive device. Especially in a public area.


I would hope that doing so would be a crime in the US and something that is not common. Now Sweden, that's a different story entirely.....

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 Post subject: Re: Homegrown terrorists
PostPosted: Wed May 17, 2017 10:20 am 
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A fucking hand grenade? In their car?

And they arrested him for carrying a hand gun? WTF?

I'm pretty sure having a hand grenade is a pretty serious crime. Or any such explosive device. Especially in a public area.



Something about drones and IED's sounds dangerous too. Just some good Somali refugee boys working on their Eagle Scout badges. We shouldn't judge them. Hey let's let some more in! And Syrians too!

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 Post subject: Re: Homegrown terrorists
PostPosted: Wed May 17, 2017 10:26 am 
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This is what bugs the Hell out of me on the Syrian refugee debate. Hussein mocked critics by saying "they are mostly women and children". Well shit, so were the Somalis.

They grow up and they are still muzzies. The Somalis are the prototype example of a completely disastrous immigration decision.

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 Post subject: Re: Homegrown terrorists
PostPosted: Thu May 18, 2017 10:09 pm 
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You bigots. How do you expect Muslims to exercise their religious freedom without explosives?

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http://www.startribune.com/charge-forme ... 470144173/

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Charges: Former student set fires on St. Catherine campus in retaliation against U.S. military intervention

"You guys are lucky that I don't know how to build a bomb," Tnuza Hassan allegedly said.

By Chao Xiong Star Tribune JANUARY 19, 2018 — 8:30PM

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A 19-year-old former student at St. Catherine University allegedly set several fires across campus Wednesday in retaliation for U.S. military intervention in Iraq and Afghanistan, according to charges filed Friday.

Tnuza J. Hassan, of Minneapolis, allegedly told police that “she wanted the school to burn to the ground and that her intent was to hurt people,” according to the complaint charging her with one count of felony first-degree arson filed in Ramsey County District Court.

According to the charge, Hassan said similar attacks happened on “Muslim land” and no one cared if Muslims were hurt. She told police and fire investigators, “You guys are lucky that I don’t know how to build a bomb because I would have done that.”

No one was hurt in the incident that began about 11:40 a.m. with the first reported fire, and ended about 2 p.m. with Hassan’s arrest on campus. Ramsey County jail records show that she was arrested at the school’s Jeanne d’Arc Auditorium at 2004 Randolph Av.

Hassan made her first appearance in court Friday afternoon, where bail was set at $100,000. She was also ordered to stay away from the campus and surrender her passport.

Hassan wore an orange jumpsuit under an apparent makeshift hijab that consisted of a black face covering that exposed only her eyes and what appeared to be a large white sheet draped over her head.

Assistant Ramsey County Attorney Margaret Galvin said that authorities are investigating possible international ties to Hassan.


Hassan’s attorney, Patrick Nwaneri, asked for $5,000 bail, noting that his client had no criminal record. Ramsey County District Judge Sophia Vuelo rejected the request, saying that Hassan was a threat to public safety.

Her next court appearance is an omnibus hearing scheduled for Feb. 28.

Court documents gave this account of the events and Hassan’s motives:

“She said she had been a student at Saint Catherine’s but quit last fall because she and her family were planning to vacation in Ethiopia,” the complaint said. “Hassan said she started the fires because she’s been reading about the U.S. military destroying schools in Iraq and Afghanistan and she felt that she should do exactly the same thing.

“She said that her fire-starting was not as successful as she had wanted. She said the most successful fire she set was at Saint Mary’s [residence hall] where she set a couch on fire.”


Books, toilet paper and sanitary napkins were among the objects set on fire, St. Paul Assistant Fire Chief Mike Gaede and Sara Berhow, a university spokeswoman, said Wednesday.

Gaede said the largest object burned was a chair in St. Mary’s.

Fire and school officials said on Wednesday that eight fires were set in seven buildings. They said all but one of the eight fires occurred in garbage cans, and that most caused little damage.

Dennis Gerhardstein, a spokesman for the Ramsey County attorney’s office, said authorities charged Hassan for the number of fires — four — that allowed prosecutors to file the “most severe form of felony arson.”

The fire in St. Mary’s was extinguished by a sprinkler system. The complaint said 33 children and eight adults were at a day care in the building at the time. Galvin said that 10 to 15 students were also evacuated from the building.


Campus surveillance video showed a woman entering St. Mary’s before the fire broke out, the complaint said. She was carrying a plastic bag. The woman was recorded entering and then leaving the student lounge before the sprinklers were activated.

Police later found the bag with the box of matches discarded in a bucket.

Hassan allegedly told police that she had written a letter to her roommates containing “radical ideas about supporting Muslims and bringing back the caliphate,” the complaint said.

The letter frightened her roommates, who provided it to campus security.


Court records show no history for Hassan. She was a St. Paul Public Schools student, first enrolling in the district in 2010 at Highland Park Junior High. She graduated from Johnson Senior High in 2016, according to the school district.



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 Post subject: Re: Homegrown terrorists
PostPosted: Sun Jan 21, 2018 11:01 am 
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You bigots. How do you expect Muslims to exercise their religious freedom without explosives?


They can do so with fire. ;)

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Hassan made her first appearance in court Friday afternoon, where bail was set at $100,000. She was also ordered to stay away from the campus and surrender her passport.


Bail? Are you kidding me? Where is the terrorism charge? How about the anti-Christian hate crime?

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 Post subject: Re: Homegrown terrorists
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Hassan made her first appearance in court Friday afternoon, where bail was set at $100,000. She was also ordered to stay away from the campus and surrender her passport.


Bail? Are you kidding me? Where is the terrorism charge? How about the anti-Christian hate crime?


Anti-Christian violence (just like anti-white violence) is merely a myth ;-)

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Not certain yet whether this was "home grown" or a "Dreamer" of some sort (as the article does not disclose the identity of the perp---perhaps because they might be a minor).

http://kutv.com/news/local/juvenile-arr ... ane-school

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Police: Teen attempted to detonate explosive device at Pine View, researched ISIS

by JOHN W. YELLAND/LARRY D. CURTIS, KUTVTuesday, March 6th 2018

ST. GEORGE, Utah (KUTV) - UPDATE: Police said a homemade explosive device was the item discovered in a backpack at Pine View High School Monday that forced the evacuation of the school. Police said if the device had detonated, it would have caused significant injury or death. Police have a suspect in custody.

A warrant served at the home of a male juvenile found materials consistent with the materials used to build the device.

Police also said the suspect had been researching information and expressing interest in ISIS and promoting the organization.

The boy has not been identified but police said he was attending a class at Pine View.

The suspect was arrested and faces charges of manufacture, possession, sale, use or attempted use of a weapon of mass destruction. More charges may be pending, according to police.
It was determined that if the device had detonated, it would have caused significant injury or death.
The device was disarmed and the suspect identified. The suspect is a juvenile male who was attending a class at Pine View High School.

ST. GEORGE, Utah (KUTV) - A juvenile was arrested Tuesday morning after a 'potentially' dangerous homemade device was found at Pine View High School on Monday.
The juvenile was interviewed as a person of interest, police say.

During the interview with investigators, the suspect admitted to taking the American flag down and replacing it with an ISIS flag at Hurricane High School.

The suspect also admitted to spray painting "ISIS IS COMI" on the school that same morning, police say.

On Monday afternoon, investigators served a search warrant at the suspect's home, which found several items that tied the suspect to the crime at Hurricane High School.

According to police, the suspect was arrested and placed in juvenile detention.

This investigation is ongoing and criminal charges are pending.

The Hurricane Police Department spoke regarding the investigation on Tuesday morning:
[video at above linked article]

Authorities said that while charges have not yet been solidified, charges for criminal mischief and graffiti are possibilities.
Police also confirmed that items were indeed found during the execution of the search warrant that linked him to the incidents at Hurricane High School.



This happened in Utah....maybe he was a Mormon extremist? ;)

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doggie wrote:
You bigots. How do you expect Muslims to exercise their religious freedom without explosives?


You're right. We should entertain their religious freedom by indulging them in as much explosive as possible . . . martyrdom for everyone!

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