Private Investigator Bill Warner Quoted in Canadian Press Article on U.S. Terrorist Najibullah Zazi Trips to Mississauga Ont. Terror Central in Canada.
atlasshrugs2000typpadcm — Apparently there is a malevolent confluence of jihadi events coming straight out of Mississauga Ontario in Canada. Terrorist School bus drivers, rat poisoned dog/cat food, Muslim bomb plot and everything was based in Mississauga ON Canada.
Saturday, March 24, 2007 TERROR CENTRAL: MISSISSAUGA CANADA...The latest from Bill Warner's WBIPI investigation here; Rat poisoned dog/cat food came from MENU FOODSin Mississauga ON Canada .
In June 2006 there were arrests of 17 Muslim terrorists in Canada in a far ranging bomb blot, most of the arrests of the Muslim terrorists took place in MISSISSAUGA, Ontario, where the store front Mosque was run by Qayyum Abdul Jamal a school bus driver by trade.
"Police arrested 12 adults, ages 19 to 43, and five suspects younger than 18 Friday and Saturday on charges including plotting attacks with explosives on Canadian targets". "The oldest, Qayyum Abdul Jamal, led prayers at a storefront mosque attended by some 40 to 50 families down the street from his home in a middle-class neighborhood of Mississauga, west of Toronto".
Two suspects, Mohammed Dirie, 22, and Yasim Abdi Mohamed, 24, already are in an Ontario prison serving two-year terms for possession of illegal weapons. Neighbors said the oldest suspect, Jamal, was often home (he was a school bus driver) and did not seem to work regularly, although his wife drove a school bus.
UPDATE: Bill Warner over at Warner Brothers Private Investigations sent an update.The lamestream media (which stopped doing these investigative pieces long ago) does not have any figures on pet deaths in Canada where menu foods has their main office and a major processing plant in Mississauga ON Canada , both USA Menu Foods processing plants in Kansas and New Jersey have been targeted as a source of the 16 pet deaths in the USA only, the Kansas plant has been shut down.
Quote from CNN article below "Rosowsky speculated that the substance would not show up in pet food unless somebody put it there." In Toronto Canada there has been a $60-million lawsuit filed against Menu Foods, on behalf of Canadian pet owners, due to the death of their pets from eating Menu Food products manufactured in Canada.
All three Menu Foods processing plants have had rat poison show up in the pet food ! The head of an Ontario-based pet food company said he has no idea how rat poison got into its products, but denied his company was negligent. "At this stage, we don't know," Menu Foods chief executive Paul Henderson told reporters at a news conference in Mississauga, Ont. "We have a lot of work to do".