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Friday, March 22, 2019

PHOENIX CONNECTION: 2 years before 9/11 Saudi Embassy paid airfare for Saudi Spies to fly from Phoenix to Washington in dry run for 9/11 attacks.



NEWSWEEK WRITES March 11, 2019....An advocate for the families of victims and survivors of the 9/11 terrorist attacks said that Republican and Democrat administrations have taken the side of Saudi Arabia over American citizens impacted by the tragedy. "They've all handled it the same," Terry Strada, the national chairwoman of 9/11 Families and Survivors United for Justice Against Terrorism, told Hill.TV co-host Krystal Ball. "They have sided with the Saudis more than they have sided with the 9/11 families,” the Washington, D.C. news site reported Monday. However, Strada pointed out that President Donald Trump had not “done anything, to my knowledge, that has hurt us.” She reminded Ball that Trump actually supported the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act (JASTA) before he was elected. Although the legislation passed Congress, it was vetoed by former President Barack Obama. Congress garnered the votes to override his veto, allowing the bill to inevitably pass. “Democrat, Republican, past administrations, they usually side with the Saudis," Strada said. "Obama, he vetoed the bill that we needed to pass, and we came back and overrode his veto. Unanimously we passed it out of the Senate, unanimously out of the House, and then we came back with a veto override, his one and only veto override of his entire presidency." The attacks of September 11, 2001, commonly referred to as 9/11, were orchestrated by Saudi Arabian citizen and Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden. Fifteen of the 19 hijackers who carried out the terrorist attacks were Saudi citizens, while the others hailed from the United Arab Emirates, Egypt and Lebanon. Saudi Arabia has consistently denied any government involvement in the attacks, but a lawsuit by victims’ families alleged that the Saudi embassy paid for two Saudi Al-Qaeda terrorists Mohammed al-Qudhaeein, Hamdan al-Shalawi to fly from Phoenix to Washington two years before the hijackings as part of a "dry run" to prepare for the attacks, according to Al Jazeera. Their lawyers said it was part of "a pattern of both financial and operational support.” The lawsuit targeting Saudi Arabia was allowed to move forward after JASTA was passed. Obama had attempted to block the measure. Trump publicly voiced his support for JASTA at the time, criticizing Obama’s veto as “shameful.” However, since taking office, the president has become staunchly supportive of Saudi Arabia. In the wake of the murder of journalist and U.S. resident Jamal Khashoggi late last year, Trump defended the Middle Eastern kingdom as a “great ally” and praised close ties between Washington and Riyadh.


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PHOENIX CONNECTION: Saudi Al-Qaeda terrorists Mohammed al-Qudhaeein, Hamdan al-Shalawi, Hani Hanjour and Nawaf al Hazmi were in Phoenix years before 9/11. Two years before 9/11 attacks Saudi Embassy in Washington paid the airfare for two Saudi nationals living undercover in the US as students to fly from Phoenix to Washington “in a dry run for the 9/11 attacks,” alleges the amended complaint filed on behalf of the families of some 1,400 victims who died in the terrorist attacks 18 years ago. The story cites FBI documents in the complaint alleging Saudi students Mohammed al-Qudhaeein and Hamdan al-Shalawi were in fact members of "the Kingdom's network of agents in the US", and participated in the conspiracy. During the flight in November 1999, the Saudis are reported to have attempted to get into the plane's cockpit to test security. The pilots made an emergency landing because of the incident, and the men were interrogated by the FBI, which eventually let them go. According to the Post story, the FBI confirmed the men's airline tickets were paid for by the Saudi embassy in Washington. Citing FBI documents, the complaint alleges that the Saudi students — Mohammed al-Qudhaeein and Hamdan al-Shalawi — were in fact members of “the Kingdom’s network of agents in the US,” and participated in the terrorist conspiracy. They had trained at al Qaeda camps in Afghanistan at the same time some of the hijackers were there. And while living in Arizona, they had regular contacts with a Saudi hijacker pilot, Hani Hanjour, and
Ghassan al Sharbi a senior al Qaeda leader from Saudi now incarcerated at Gitmo. At least one tried to re-enter the US a month before the attacks as a possible muscle hijacker but was denied admission because he appeared on a terrorist watch list. 


GUANTANAMO BAY NAVY BASE, CUBA A review board has decided that a Saudi prisoner who attended flight school in the U.S. and was trained to make explosives by al-Qaida should continue to be held without charge. The Periodic Review Board said in a decision released Friday that Ghassan Abdallah al-Sharbi, 41, should remain in custody at the U.S. base in Cuba because he remains a security threat. He spoke with candor at his June 23 board hearing, the decision said. Sharbi attended Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Prescott, Arizona, and later went to a U.S. flight school, where he “associated with” two of the 9/11 hijackers, according to a profile released by the Pentagon before his review board hearing. Authorities said he later received training by al-Qaida in the manufacture of improvised explosive devices and was captured in a raid on a terrorist safe house in Faisalabad, Pakistan in 2002. One of Guantanamo Bay’s most dangerous and longest-held terror suspects is a Saudi national who knows how to fly planes and build sophisticated bombs, speaks fluent English and remains committed to killing Americans, say former U.S. officials who dealt with Ghassan al Sharbi face-to-face.Revelations last week that Al Sharbi’s flight training certificate, tucked into a Saudi Arabian Embassy envelope, had been found in 2003 among a trove of documents buried in Pakistan following his arrest there, raised fresh questions about the Kingdom’s possible involvement in the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks. Although Al Sharbi, who trained with several of the 9/11 hijackers at an Arizona flight school, did not take part in the attacks, he is seen as one of the most lethal and committed terrorists held at the military base


Read more here: https://www.miamiherald.com/news/nation-world/world/americas/guantanamo/article92789632.html#storylink=cpy

Read more here: https://www.miamiherald.com/news/nation-world/world/americas/guantanamo/article92789632.html#storylink=cpyQudhaeein and Shalawi both worked for and received money from the Saudi government, with Qudhaeein employed at the Ministry of Islamic Affairs. Shalawi was also “a longtime employee of the Saudi government.” The pair were in “frequent contact” with Saudi officials while in the US, according to the filings. The pilots were so spooked by the Saudi passengers and their aggressive behavior that they made an emergency landing in Ohio. On the ground there, police handcuffed them and took them into custody. Though the FBI later questioned them, it decided not to pursue prosecution. But after the FBI discovered that a suspect in a counterterrorism investigation in Phoenix was driving Shalawi’s car, the bureau opened a counterterrorism case on Shalawi. Then, in November 2000, the FBI received reporting that Shalawi trained at terrorist camps in Afghanistan and had received explosives training to perform attacks on American targets. The bureau also suspected Qudhaeein was a Saudi intelligence agent, based on his frequent contact with Saudi officials. More, investigators learned that the two Saudis traveled to Washington to attend a symposium hosted by the Saudi Embassy in collaboration with the Institute for Islamic and Arabic Sciences in America, which was chaired by the Saudi ambassador. Before being shut down for terrorist ties, IIASA employed the late al Qaeda cleric Anwar al-Awlaki as a lecturer. Awlaki ministered to some of the hijackers and helped them obtain housing and IDs. The FBI also confirmed that Qudhaeein’s and Shalawi’s airline tickets for the pre-9/11 dry run were paid for by the Saudi Embassy. “The dry run reveals more of the fingerprints of the Saudi government,” said Kristen Breitweiser, one of the New York plaintiffs, whose husband perished at the World Trade Center. “These guys were Saudi government employees for years and were paid by the Saudi government,” she added. “In fact, the Saudi Embassy paid for their plane tickets for the dry run.”

Hani Hanjour, a 9/11 hijacker that piloted a jet into the Pentagon, was trained to fly right in Arizona. Hani Hanjour of Saudi Arabia initially went to Afghanistan to join the jihad against the Soviets, but they had already pulled out. He then ended up working in Afghanistan for a relief agency. Hanjour first came to the United States in 1991 to study at the "Center for English as a Second Language " at the University of Arizona in Tucson. Hanjour returned home to Saudi Arabia to apply for flight training. He came back to the U.S. to pursue flight training here. He drove to Arizona from Florida with two friends and, in 1997, he received his pilot's license from an Arizona flight school. After a few more months of training, Hanjour received his commercial pilot's license from the Federal Aviation Administration. While in Arizona, Hanjour associated himself with al-Qaeda figures Mohammed al-Qudhaeein and Hamdan al-Shalawi who lived in the Phoenix and Tucson areas. In Spring 2000, Hanjour was again in Afghanistan where he reported to Khalid Sheikh Mohammed for his inclusion in an operation that required trained pilots. From there, Hanjour returned to Saudi Arabia and then obtained a student visa to return to the U.S. Upon his U.S. arrival, Hanjour housed himself with Nawaf al Hazmi in Mesa to continue training on multi-engine aircrafts at Arizona Aviation. He continued to have trouble in his classes because of his limited English. In early 2001, Hanjour began training on a Boeing 737 simulator at the Pan Am International Flight Academy in Mesa. As the plan was coming together, Hanjour and Hazmi drove to Virginia to meet the rest of their team. The "muscle hijackers," Khalid al Mihdhar and Majed Moqed would be the ones who would storm the cockpit and control passengers.

If San Diego FBI agent Steven Butler had known what the CIA knew about possible terror attacks, he may have had the best chance to stop the Sept. 11, 2001, hijackers, investigators told ABCNEWS. Butler had two of the hijackers, Nawaf Alhamzi and Khalid Al-Midhar, under his nose for some 18 months, but neither he, nor anyone in the FBI, was warned by the CIA. The CIA had tracked Alhamzi and Al-Midhar to California after the men were photographed at an al Qaeda planning meeting in Malaysia in January 2000 where, it was later determined, terrorists were plotting the attack on the USS Cole. Alhamzi and Al-Midhar then moved to San Diego, where the FBI could have monitored them. The two future hijackers actually rented rooms in the house of one of Butler's informants, Abdussattar Shaikh, a leader at the local mosque, who also helped get them a computer and a car. "We know for a fact that that car was used to travel from San Diego to Phoenix, to meet up with Hani Hanjour …, who [was] another pilot who [was] taking flight training," said Jack Cloonan, a former FBI agent who is now an ABCNEWS consultant. 

"This is a window of opportunity you are seldom presented with." Hanjour would end up with Alhamzi and Al-Midhar on American Airlines Flight 77, the jet that smashed into the Pentagon shortly after departing from Dulles airport outside Washington. A government report on the Sept. 11 attacks, which was prepared by a joint House-Senate committee and released today, says the FBI's informant knew that Alhamzi and Al-Midhar were going to flight school in Arizona but never told his FBI handler, Butler, who was in the dark about the significance of the two men. Nawaf alHazmi and a longtime friend, Khalid al-Mihdhar, left their homes in Saudi Arabia in 1995 to fight for Muslims in the Bosnian War. Hazmi later traveled to Afghanistan to fight with the Taliban against the Afghan Northern Alliance. He returned to Saudi Arabia in early 1999. Already long time affiliates of al-Qaeda with extensive fighting experience, Hazmi and Mihdhar were chosen by Osama bin Laden for an ambitious terrorist plot to pilot commercial airlines into designated targets in the United States. Hazmi and Mihdhar both obtained US tourist visas in April 1999.



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Sarasota Paralegal Michael "Show Me The Money" Barfield Behind Lawsuit Filed on Sarasota County Sheriff Dept on Behalf of Ex-Con Michael Basile.

UPDATE MARCH 19th 2019, Sarasota paralegal Michael "Show Me The Money" Barfield behind lawsuit filed on Sarasota County Sheriff Dept. HERALD TRIBUNE Homeless man and ex-con, Michael S. Basile, sues Sarasota Sheriff, deputies over excessive force. A homeless man body-slammed by a Sarasota County Sheriff’s deputy as he was being booked into the county jail during a 2015 arrest has filed a lawsuit against two deputies and the sheriff seeking $200,000 in damages. Deputies Shaun Martin, Michael McMahan and Sheriff Tom Knight are named defendants in the lawsuit, which was filed by attorney Robert Watrous on behalf of 58-year-old Michael Basile. Michael Barfield, Watrous’ paralegal who also is president of the American Civil Liberties Union of Florida, said the lawsuit filed Monday seeks compensation for the injuries Basile received after being thrown onto a concrete floor, and comes after the Sarasota County attorney refused a settlement offer of $200,000. Instead, the county attorney offered Basile $5,000, Barfield said.

Sarasota paralegal Michael "Show Me The Money" Barfield has a history with Michael Basile in a 2016 lawsuit. Sarasota paralegal Michael "Show Me The Money" Barfield was behind a lawsuit represented by attorney Andrea Flynn Mogensen filed on the Sarasota Police Dept on behalf of Michael Basile and others in June of 2016. Plaintiffs, David Cross, Shawn Davis, Donald Gould, Paul Lonardo, Joseph Vasta, George Zellner, Michael Basile, and Dorothy Meehan (the "Plaintiffs"), are homeless individuals in Sarasota, Florida, who lack a fixed, regular and adequate nighttime residence and do not have a permanent residence. Defendant, Bernadette DiPino, is the Chief of the Sarasota Police Department and has the responsibility for enforcement of municipal ordinances. Plaintiffs request declaratory relief that the Panhandling Ordinance is unconstitutional.

Cop Hater and ex-con Michael Barfield is president of the ACLU of Florida Who Couldn't Pass a Background Check to Flip Burgers at McDonald's. A convicted felon by his own admission and barred from calling himself a lawyer by the Florida Bar Association, Barfield serves as President of the Florida ACLU Sarasota and chair of the Legal Panel of the A.C.L.U.’s Sarasota Chapter. He currently works for the law firm of attorney Robert Watrous and Barfield has a history of being behind the filing of predatory law suits against local governments and public officials in Sarasota and Manatee Counties and elsewhere in the state of Florida.
 
SARASOTA - Michael S. Basile wasn't cooperating with corrections deputies as he was being booked into the Sarasota County jail in March for a disorderly intoxication charge, according to sheriff's reports. Deputies had to "hold on to Basile by the arms to continue to process him," court documents state.Then something happened. A fraction of a second later, Deputy Shawn Martin slammed the 54-year-old homeless man to the floor, face-first. Deputies say Basile assaulted Martin: "While being held, Basile kicked backward and struck Deputy Martin in the right leg. Deputy Martin took Basile to the ground to gain compliance," the report states. A booking video shows the body slam, but did not capture the kick — the alleged assaultDeputy Martin told internal affairs investigators that Basile was being verbally threatening to deputies during the booking process, and that he held the prisoner from behind by his arms. Martin claims Basile “horse stomped” on his foot and kicked him in his knee, which had just been surgically repaired. Then, in one swift tug, the deputy slammed the man to the floor, face first.
MICHAEL BASILE HAS VIOLENT HISTORY, SEE 2011 Herald Tribune article, A machete-swinging Nokomis man threatened to kill his disabled roommate and a woman late Tuesday, later holding the woman against her will until he was subdued, authorities said. Michael Steven Basile, 50, of the 1600 block of Bayshore Road threatened to kill his roommate and his roommate's girlfriend after they refused to leave the apartment and swung a machete at them. see http://www.heraldtribune.com/.../20110714/BREAKING/110719775
Bull Crap...at 3 seconds into the video the deputy holding onto the arms of the drunk Basile is looking down, so is the deputy to the left in the video who is also looking down at the back of Basile's legs. At 4 seconds into the video Basile makes a move backwards and up as if he is kicking backwards and up. As your see after the take down on the video the deputy first holds down the legs of the drunk, he is a kicker. 
Deputies say Basile assaulted Martin: “While being held, Basile kicked backward and struck Deputy Martin in the right leg. Deputy Martin took Basile to the ground to gain compliance,” the report states. The report also states that violent ex-con Michael S. Basile had an injury to his eye and was going to be transported to the hospital, before going Basile was escorted to the intake shower to change into jail attire. As he was taken to the showers Basile continued to kick toward Deputy Traska and Deputy Namors, Basile was taken to the ground, again, to gain compliance, again, during this take-down Deputy Traska was injured, see jail report above.
On the day in question, March 27th, 2015, Michael S. Basile was raising hell over on Main Street in downtown Sarasota, he had pushed one innocent passerby and was pounding on the hood of a parked car in front of 1473 main Street. Michael S. Basile was threatening and cursing anyone who walked by him on Main Street in downtown Sarasota, endangering the safety of others, Basile was arrested and sent to the Sarasota County jail where he continued to assault anyone near him, see arrest report above.
 
Hey let's all get real here, Michael S. Basile, DOB 8/24/1960, is not an ELDERLY man, he is 58 years old, he has over 40 arrests in Sarasota County alone, he is an ex-con who did 1 1/2 years in State Prison for high speed elude/flee police while armed, he is known to fight with the cops, yeah he is just a good old boy a real solid citizen maybe when he gets out of jail, AGAIN, he can move in with one of you fools.
Current Prison Sentence History Michael S. Basile DOB 8/24/1960:
Offense Date Offense
County
Prison Sentence Length
04/04/2009 FEL/DELI W/GUN/CONC WPN/AMMO
SARASOTA
1Y 6M 0D
05/22/2009 FEL/DELI W/GUN/CONC WPN/AMMO
SARASOTA
1Y 6M 0D
05/22/2009 DRIV W/LIC S/R/C/D FELONY
SARASOTA
1Y 6M 0D


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Thursday, March 21, 2019

SPICE BUST: Eight People Arrested by Sarasota Police Dept (SPD) on Illegal Narcotics Charges.


SPICE BUST: Eight People Arrested by Sarasota Police Dept (SPD) on Illegal Narcotics Charges. Eight people were arrested late Monday afternoon March 19th, 2019, on multiple narcotics charges after Sarasota Police Officers witnessed multiple hand to hand illegal narcotics transactions while near a playground at Gillespie Park and the area known as the Rosemary District (9th Street and Central Avenue). Officers were made aware of the illegal narcotics transactions following a recent neighborhood association meeting with the Sarasota Police Department and residents in the community. The illegal narcotics transactions included synthetic cannabinoids, commonly known as spice. According to the Center for Disease Control, synthetic cannabinoids can cause severe illness and even death. Clinical features of synthetic cannabinoids poisoning vary and may include hallucinations, delusions, psychosis, violent behavior, and suicidal thoughts. Long term effects of using synthetic cannabinoids are unknown. 90 grams of spice was seized in total. 
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Genevieve Judge 
Partnership Policing Communications Coordinator / PIO

Those arrested include:
1). Jason Davis, 47, of Sarasota
Charges: Synthetic Cannabinoids - Sale or Possession with Intent (felony) Possession of Crack Cocaine (felony). Resisting Law Enforcement without Violence (misdemeanor) he resisted SPD being placed in handcuffs.

2). Zachary Rausch, 32, of Sarasota
Charge: Purchase of a Controlled Substance - Synthetic Cannabinoids (felony)

3). Cleo Brown, 52, of Sarasota
Charge: Possession of Synthetic Cannabinoids 1000’ feet of a Park with Intent (felony)

4). Michael Winchell, 59, of Sarasota
Charge: Possession of a Controlled Substance - Synthetic Cannabinoids (felony)

5). Myeka Bouie, 37, of Sarasota
Charge: Sale of Synthetic Cannabinoids within 1000’ feet of a Park (felony)

6). Ricardo Toro, 41, of Sarasota
Charge: Possession of a Controlled Substance - Synthetic Cannabinoids (felony)

7). Miguel Sanchez-Colon, 68, of Sarasota
Charge: Possession of a Controlled Substance - Synthetic Cannabinoids (felony)

8). Angela Salpas, 48, of Sarasota
Charge: Possession of a Controlled Substance - Synthetic Cannabinoids (felony) Possession of Drug Paraphernalia (misdemeanor)


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Wednesday, March 20, 2019

BOLO Female Sex Offender Crystal Earley DOB 05/01/86 has registered as a sex offender living in Sarasota.

BOLO Female Sex Offender Crystal Earley DOB 05/01/86 has registered as a sex offender living in Sarasota. The Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office is advising the public that Crystal Earley, DOB 05/01/86, has registered as a sexual offender living in Sarasota County. Earley was convicted in 2008 in Sarasota County of Lewd or Lascivious Battery on a Victim 12 to 15 Years Old and sentenced to three years of probation. She recently relocated and reports her address is 2434 Bismarck Road in North Port. Earley is not currently under the supervision of the Florida Department of Corrections, however she is not allowed to live within 1,000 feet of a school, childcare facility, park or playground. This information is posted on the Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office website, mobile app, agency Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts to publicly notify citizens of sex offenders and predators who register a Sarasota County address for the first time, when moving into the county or following a release from prison. Citizens should still sign up to receive notifications from FDLE of sex offenders and predator registrations.
BOLO Female Sex Offender
EARLEY,CRYSTAL M
Reported Address - Out-of-State
LKN..PORT CHARLOTTE, FL 33952
SRN:020334S9
Race: W Sex: F
Height: 5' 09" Weight: 130 lbs.
Hair: SANDY
Eyes: BLUE
Birth Date: 05-01-1986
Registration Type: Regular


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Turkish Terrorist Gokmen Tanis killed 3 in Dutch City of Utrecht left note in getaway car expressing support for his “Muslim brothers”.

Turkish Terrorist Gokmen Tanis killed 3 in Dutch City of Utrecht left note in getaway car expressing support for his “Muslim brothers”.
UTRECHT, Netherlands — Gunshots shattered the tram ride in a heavily Muslim neighborhood of this old Dutch city. The prime minister called it possible terrorism. SWAT teams rushed in, residents were ordered indoors, and all mosques closed as the police sought a killer. The Utrecht police said that a carjacking had occurred before the shooting on the tram. Officials shared on social media that a Red Renault Clio vehicle had been stolen about a mile away from the scene of the shooting. The vehicle was later located on Tichelaars Avenue, in a suburban area a few miles away from the scene. Gokmen Tanis is suspected of killing three people and wounding seven others on a tram in the Dutch city of Utrecht has previously been accused of rape and has a string of convictions behind him, officials have revealed. It came as police said they had arrested another man over the incident. Officers said in a statement late on Tuesday that the 40-year-old had been arrested in the afternoon by heavily-armed officers in Utrecht. They said the man was “suspected of involvement in the shooting. His role is under further investigation”. Two other men arrested following the killings have since been released. 

Principal suspect Gokmen Tanis was accused of rape in 2017, and has spent two brief spells in jail, with a trial scheduled for later this year, authorities said earlier on Tuesday. In 2014, he was acquitted of manslaughter but convicted of possession of an illegal weapon. Last year he was convicted of shoplifting and burglary and jailed for four months for the burglary and a week for the shop theft, but has not served any time yet. The suspect Gokmen Tanis, 37, an immigrant from the central Turkish town of Yozgat which is Muslim 99.8% (mostly Sunni). The 37-year-old, of Turkish descent, is being held on suspicion of “manslaughter with terrorist intent” after the Utrecht attack, although authorities have not ruled out other possible motives. The nature of the shootings and a note found in a suspected getaway car suggest a possible terror motive, prosecutors said. They did not elaborate on what was in the note but MP Geert Wilders, speaking in parliament, said it expressed support for the suspect’s “Muslim brothers”. Tanis was detained from August to September 2017 after being accused of rape, and then again from 4 January this year because he refused to work with authorities investigating the case. He was released on 1 March after pledging to cooperate, and his trial is scheduled for 15 July 2019.


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Monday, March 18, 2019

TERROR ATTACK 3 MURDERED IN NETHERLANDS BY MUSLIM GUNMAN GOKMEN TANIS:

TERROR ATTACK 3 MURDERED IN NETHERLANDS BY MUSLIM GUNMAN GOKMEN TANIS: The authorities are hunting at least one suspect in connection with this shooting. Police identified a 37-year-old man that they are seeking as part of the investigation. The national coordinator for counterterrorism NCTV increased the threat level for the province of Utrecht to 5, the highest level. Journalists at the scene of the shooting report seeing a body covered by a white sheet. Police in Utrecht Netherlands are searching for 37-year-old Gökmen Tanis in connection with the apparent fatal shooting at 24 Oktoberplein in the city. Police released a photo of the man, while simultaneously authorities were investigating the scene of an abandoned car with broadcast reports of a possible explosion threat. Gokmen Tanis was born in Turkey, police said. He is sought in connection with the Monday morning shooting that was being investigated as a possible terrorist attack. Authorities were asking that anyone who knows Tanis's whereabouts contact them directly. "Do not approach him yourself, but immediately call the investigation hotline, 0800-6070," police said. Meanwhile, a red Renault Clio was found abandoned on Tichelaarslaan near Boomgaardlaan. The location is about five kilometers away from where the shooting took place on a tram in city



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Sunday, March 17, 2019

'Pants on the Ground Guy' Jarrel Carter Almost Shot During Manatee County Sheriff SWAT Raid at His Crib in Bradenton Fl


'Pants on the Ground Guy' Jarrel Carter Almost Shot During Manatee County Sheriff SWAT Raid at His Crib in Bradenton Fl. As usual the Herald Tribune takes sides with the criminals over Law Enforcement. Newsflash for 'Pants on the Ground Guy' Jarrel Carter when the SWAT guys tell you to keep your hands up during a drug raid and you don't, and you drop your hands, and reach for your waistband, you could be shot dumb ass. Carter claims he was just reaching down to pull up his pants, cops know criminals carry handguns in their waistband, no self respecting gang banger uses a holster. Jarrel L. Carter, DOB 7/14/1987, address 1927 7th E Ave Bradenton FL, this is not the first time a search warrant was executed at his house for rock cocaine, back on 5/29/2008 a search warrant was executed at the address and Jarrel Carter was arrested for selling rock cocaine.


CLUELESS SARASOTA HERALD TRIBUNE WRITES...Jarrel Carter had been home maybe an hour or so, having just returned from a haircut. He was sitting on a burgundy couch in a lanai, using his phone, when 11 SWAT team members arrived in an armored vehicle with flashing blue lights. “Occupants, this is the Manatee County Sheriff’s Office,” came the command over the loudspeaker. “We have a search warrant for your residence. Come out with your hands up.” What happened next was described in reports made by four different SWAT team members who participated in the raid of the Bradenton home that led to Carter’s arrest for resisting with violence — a third-degree felony punishable by up to five years in prison and a $5,000 fine. The arrest was also was captured on video, with discrepancies existing between human recollections of a heated moment and what was recorded by a camera placed in a doorway by the home’s inhabitants, BULL CRAP.. JARREL CARTER MADE A QUICK MOVE TO HIS WAISTBAND WITH BOTH HANDS AND A POSSIBLE GUN AFTER ORDERED BY SWAT TO KEEP HIS HANDS UP, HE COULD HAVE BEEN SHOT AT THIS POINT.
 photo credit screenshot ABC7 news Sarasota Fl
MANATEE COUNTY SHERIFF RESPONSE TO CLUELESS SARASOTA HERALD TRIBUNE ARTICLE:  SWAT Search Warrant “Contrary to what was reported by the Sarasota Herald Tribune, a recent search warrant in question was a carefully planned and executed operation. This is a personal and unjust attack on the Manatee County Sheriff’s Office. If you don’t want the SWAT team at your house, don’t sell crack cocaine in our community.” – Sheriff Rick Wells. The article alleged deputies did not have probable cause for arresting a suspect for Resisting With Violence. During the execution of a high risk narcotics search warrant at a residence suspected to have guns, SWAT team members met Jarrel Carter, the only one out of five suspects who failed to comply with deputies orders. Prior to the portion of the incident shown in “the home security video,” Carter ignored verbal commands to place his hands in the air and get down on the ground, and reached toward his pants multiple times. He continued to place his hands toward his pants. As a result, deputies were forced to use a leg sweep tactic, and in the process Carter grabbed and twisted a deputy’s finger, causing that deputy to fall to the ground with him. Carter was then hand cuffed and arrested. He was uninjured and was later booked in jail. The deputy required medical attention.
ORLANDO SENTINEL WRITES...Mary Sue Rich finally had enough. The council member from Ocala, Fla., was tired of seeing the young people in her town wearing their pants low and sagging, and successfully pushed to prohibit the style on city-owned property. It became law in July. Violators face a $500 fine or up to six months in jail. "I'm just tired of looking at young men's underwear, it's just disrespectful," Rich said. "I think it would make [people who wear sagging pants] respect themselves, and I would wager 9 out of 10 of them don't have jobs (or are selling drugs)."


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Friday, March 15, 2019

Muslim Radicals Jany Leveille, Siraj Ibn Wahhaj, Hurjah Wahhaj, Subhanah Wahha, and Lucas Morton Charged In Terror Plot to Kill FBI Agents and US Soldiers.

Muslim Radicals Jany Leveille, Siraj Ibn Wahhaj, Hurjah Wahhaj, Subhanah Wahha, and Lucas Morton Charged In Terror Plot to Kill FBI Agents and US Soldiers. “The indictment alleges that the defendants conspired to provide material support in preparation for violent attacks against federal law enforcement officers and members of the military,” Assistant Attorney General John C. Demers for the Department of Justice's National Security Division said. Jany Leveille, 36, Siraj Ibn Wahhaj, 40, Hurjah Wahhaj, 38, Subhanah Wahhaj, 36, and Lucas Morton, 41, were charged “with federal offenses related to terrorism, kidnapping and firearms violations,” the Department of Justice said in a press release. In the original indictment, Leveille was also charged with "possessing firearms and ammunition as an alien illegally and unlawfully in the United States."

Taos County Sheriff's deputies discovered 11 children at the compound, who were taken into the custody of state child welfare workers. On Aug. 6, a child’s remains were found inside an underground tunnel at the compound. Siraj Ibn Wahhaj was allegedly training children to commit school shootings, according to prosecutors, who later alleged that the juveniles were taught how to use firearms, as well as tactical techniques, in order to kill teachers, law enforcement and other institutions they found corrupt. The suspects were previously charged by indictment on Sept. 11 “with a conspiracy relating to the possession of firearms and ammunition by an alien illegally and unlawfully in the United States,” the DOJ said.“The superseding indictment alleges a conspiracy to stage deadly attacks on American soil,” U.S. Attorney John C. Anderson said in a statement. “These allegations remind us of the dangers of terrorism that continue to confront our nation, and the allegation concerning the death of a young child only underscores the importance of prompt and effective intervention by law enforcement. 




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