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WOW underwear bomber pleads guilty...



October 12, 2011 – Comments (4)


So now  what ??  how much money did we waste holding this circus ?

We actually  spent $$$  surgically  repairing  his  private  regions  which burned as he light his underwear  to kill everyone on that plane.


Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab answered questions from U.S. District Judge Nancy Edmunds before pleading guilty to all eight charges he faced, including conspiracy to commit terrorism and attempted murder.

"Are you therefore pleading guilty freely and voluntarily?" Edmunds asked.

"That's right, yes," Abdulmutallab replied.

Edmunds reviewed the charges and possible penalties with Abdulmutallab before he entered his pleas, including that he faces a sentence of up to life in prison.

He's accused of trying to blow up Northwest Airlines Flight 253 with a bomb in his underwear on Christmas 2009. The bomb didn't work, and passengers jumped on Abdulmutallab when they saw smoke and fire.

Prosecutors' evidence was stacked high. Abdulmutallab was badly burned in a plane full of witnesses. The government said he told FBI agents he was working for al-Qaida and directed by Anwar al-Awlaki, a radical, American-born Muslim cleric recently killed by the U.S. in Yemen.

There are also photos of his scorched shorts as well as video of Abdulmutallab explaining his suicide mission before departing for the U.S.

All this could have been handled a lot cheaper and a lot quicker..  so now what ??  does he get an appeal  ??  special  prayer mats and meals ?

All this took close to 2 years of us housing, feeding, and  babying this fool.

So whats the punishment ?  we house, feed, and baby this idiot for the rest of his life providing dental, health care,  plasma  televisions.

How about we  turn  our heads and do what we should have done  2 years ago ? 

How much intelligence have we gotten ?   what a waste of  tax payer $$$$$$$$$

He should be forced to earn his  keep and meals ?  tax his family or let him starve in some dark cell.


4 Comments – Post Your Own

#1) On October 12, 2011 at 1:24 PM, puppetstonight (< 20) wrote:

Unbelievable evidence revealed about the Underwear BomberUmar Farouk Abdulmutallab in this shocking video, "The Yemen Lemon"!

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#2) On October 12, 2011 at 1:40 PM, davejh23 (< 20) wrote:

This is what kicked off the TSA's use of x-ray scanners in airports.  Members of Congress have been calling on the TSA for a year to release inspection reports that show whether or not the machines meet requirements to emit only low level radiation.  The TSA claims that studies have proven that the scanners are safe, but they still haven't published the studies.  Quite frankly, I find the timing, associated conflicts of interest, and secrecy surrounding all of this extremely troubling.  Call me a conspiracy theorist, but I don't think Umar is the only one that should be facing charges in all of this.

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#3) On October 12, 2011 at 1:41 PM, L0RDZ (90.30) wrote:

I wish they could have charged him for being a  stupid ignorant  "insert your supposed racially charged comment here"   African.

Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab prayed, washed himself, brushed his teeth and put on perfume, then returned to his seat and tried to detonate a bomb in his underwear, Assistant U.S. Attorney Jonathan Tukel said in his opening statement at the start of the man's trial.

Virtually everyone else aboard the Amsterdam-to-Detroit flight had holiday plans back on Christmas Day 2009, but Abdulmutallab believed his calling was martyrdom, Turkel said.

In the plane's bathroom, "he was engaging in rituals. He was preparing to die and enter heaven," the prosecutor said.

Tukel explained how Abdulmutallab, the 24-year-old son of a wealthy African banker, had an opportunity to "do anything he wanted in life" but chose to be influenced by radical Muslims and take the path of "violent jihad."

During the prosecution's opening statement, Abdulmutallab sat quietly at the defense table with his hands folded under his chin. He wore a black skull cap and a dashiki, an African gown with a decorated deep V-neck.



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#4) On October 17, 2011 at 12:25 PM, lquadland10 (< 20) wrote:

So. Take away more of our rights. So what should we do with this man and now you can be groped in the Airports Bus Stations and Train Stations. Not to mention that they will now take you out of line and have a chat with you. Durn State Dept. Think of all the people that could have been hurt. Disgusting actions of our Government.

Let me quote from the article:

“Patrick F. Kennedy, an undersecretary for management at the State Department, said Abdulmutallab’s visa wasn’t taken away because intelligence officials asked his agency not to deny a visa to the suspected terrorist over concerns that a denial would’ve foiled a larger investigation into al-Qaida threats against the United States.

“Revocation action would’ve disclosed what they were doing,” Kennedy said in testimony before the House Committee on Homeland Security. Allowing Adbulmutallab to keep the visa increased chances federal investigators would be able to get closer to apprehending the terror network he is accused of working with, “rather than simply knocking out one solider in that effort.”‘

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