Thursday, September 27, 2007

Goose Creek Suspect Admits Filming A Bomb Making Video

Last month two men were pulled over by South Carolina police, the officer found pipe bombs in the car. Most MSM outlets were twisting the story to suggest they were carrying fireworks. Well, one of the men Ahmed Abdellatif Sherif Mohamed has now admitted filming a video with instructions to build bombs:

In a 12-minute video posted on YouTube, an Egyptian man wearing a white shirt, khaki pants and rubber gloves explains in Arabic how to turn a toy boat into a bomb.

His name is Ahmed Abdellatif Sherif Mohamed, and last month he was arrested in Goose Creek after authorities found four PVC pipes containing a mixture of potassium nitrate, kitty litter and sugar in his car’s trunk.

Mohamed told FBI agents he made the video to teach “those persons in Arabic countries to defend themselves against the infidels invading their countries,” according to federal court documents released late Tuesday.

Specifically, he told the FBI “the technology which he demonstrated in the tape was to be used against those who fought for the United States.”

What started as a traffic stop for speeding in South Carolina has led to a two-count federal indictment on terrorism-related charges and a multistate mystery investigators still are working to unravel.

Of course this should not cause anyone to worry:

“This one got very public very fast because of the nature of the incident and the fact that streets were blocked off,” Stewart said. “There’s nothing currently in South Carolina that citizens need to be alarmed about.”

Nothing to be alarmed about! No, two Middle Eastern guys riding around with bombs in South Carolina is not worth mentioning at all. Happens all the time. Nothing to see here.

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