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Saturday, August 29, 2015

Sarasota 'Take Aim' Gun Range Man Commits Suicide With Gun Rental A Growing Trend Nationwide As Many People Are Killing Themselves With Rented Guns at Shooting Ranges

Sarasota Sheriff's deputies were called to the Take Aim Gun Range Friday afternoon after a customer killed himself on the firing line with a rented pistol. Sheriff's spokeswoman Wendy Rose said the victim, a man in his 70s, came to the range in the afternoon to target shoot with two friends. "He'd shot here before, but he hadn't been here in years," Rose said. After the three men finished shooting, and as the victim's two friends were walking out, the man turned the handgun on himself and fired. He was pronounced dead a short time later. "He shot himself," Rose said. "His friends didn't see it. Their backs were turned." Detectives, she said, reviewed a video that showed the entire incident.

CDC has tracked about 50 suicides at gun ranges in recent years, but that's only from piecemeal stats in a handful of states—and it doesn't include freewheeling Florida, where there have been a rash of range deaths, including a handful in Tampa Bay and a whopping 11 with rented guns in the Orlando area alone since 2009, prompting some range owners to shut down their rental operations.

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Hey look here, from my point of view as gun enthusiastic and target shooter, I go to Take Aim indoor gun range and to the High Noon indoor gun range, both in Sarasota, and to the outdoor Knight’s Trail Park Gun Range in Nokomis Fl, (photo above NRA certified instructor Derek Jones and Bill Warner), they are all good facilities and all very safety conscious, there is no way to know or stop someone with a loaded gun who wants to kill themselves, it can happen in an instant.

Inside gun ranges, individuals can “rent” a gun without any of the precautions that happen before an individual buys a gun. They don’t have to pass a criminal background check. There’s no check of their mental health records, although some require individuals to attest to their mental competence. Many gun ranges don’t even collect names or identification. And that’s not even the worst part. Even those gun ranges that want to check the backgrounds for rental customers are not permitted to. Stephen Fischer of the FBI’s Criminal Justice Information Services told Politico Magazine earlier this month that individuals who rent guns don’t actually “possess” them because they don’t take them off the premises. So federal background check law doesn’t apply, and the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) is not permitted to conduct a check. Many states, including Florida, take the same position that they will not conduct background checks for gun rentals.

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Friday, August 28, 2015

West Coast Imam Anwar Al-Awlaki and East Coast Imam Muneer Arafat Aided 9/11 Hijackers.

If it Looks Like a Skunk And it Walks Like a Skunk And it Smells Like a Skunk Then it's Muslim Imams Anwar al-Awlaki in San Diego and Muneer Arafat in Sarasota Who Aided 9/11 Hijackers. Anwar Al-Awalki helped two of the 9/11 hijackers at Mosques in San Diego and then later in Falls Church Virgina, these are the facts folks.  Al-Qaeda Terrorist Adnan el Shrukijumah shows up with Mohamed Atta at the home of Abdulaziz al-Hijji at 4224 Escondito Circle Sarasota Fl and Abdulaziz al-Hijji goes to the Mosque run by terror linked Imam Muneer Arafat in Sarasota, small world, eh. In March 2000 to September 2001 Iman Muneer Arafat was driving a 2000 black Isuzu Trooper with Illinois tag 3678625 in Sarasota. The House Homeland Security Committee initiated an investigation into the radical Muslim cleric Anwar al-Awlaki and whether he was an overlooked player in the terrorist attacks of 9/11; the 3-page letter from committee chairman Representative Peter King (R-New York) to Attorney General Eric Holder argues that 14 years after the worst terrorist attack on the United States, the full story of 9/11 has not been told.
The 3-page letter from committee chairman Representative Peter King (R-New York)says the committee is also seeking “files, reports, analysis, assessments, memorandum, notes and presentation in all forms” that are related to long-closed FBI investigations of Anwar al-Awlaki in 1999. In that case, the San Diego terrorism task force was investigating an alleged link between al-Awlaki, Usama bin Laden and a “known procurement agent named Ziyad Khaleel aka Ziyad Sadaqa…(who) had previously purchased a satellite phone for (Osama bin Laden) for use in the 1998 US Embassy bombings in Africa.”

U.S. LOOKS FOR LOCAL TERROR TIES, SOURCES SAY; 2 MOSQUES, FUND RAISING DRAW  SCRUTINY OF FEDERAL GRAND JURY.(NEWS)..Article from: St Louis  Post-Dispatch (MO) January 20, 2003, Byline: Karen Branch-Brioso, And Peter Shinkle Of The Post-Dispatch.  A wide-ranging federal grand jury investigation in St. Louis is looking into  possible terrorist connections in the Muslim community here, according to people  familiar with the inquiry. Among the subjects of the investigation are two small mosques, Muslim businessmen and fund-raising efforts for Palestinian terrorist groups. Prosecutors also have asked grand jury witnesses, Muneer Arafat, about Ziyad Sadaqa aka Ziyad Khaleel, a former resident of Columbia, Mo., and the St. Louis area who bought the satellite telephone that al-Qaeda leader Osama bin-Laden used to plot the 1998 U.S. Embassy bombings in Kenya and Tanzania. 

Ziyad Sadaqa aka Ziyad Khaleel, who was never charged in the 1998 US Embassy bombings, raised money here for Palestinian terrorist groups with Muneer Arafat. He reportedly was killed in an auto accident in Saudi Arabia, but federal authorities apparently suspect he may still be alive. “The feds thought that this Ziyad guy faked his death at hajj (the pilgrimage  to Mecca) to get out of legal trouble,” said a source familiar with the  prosecutors’ questioning.  Assistant U.S. Attorney Michael Fagan, who heads the St. Louis anti-terrorism  task force formed after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, would not discuss or  even confirm the existence of the investigation. The inquiry appears to be a broad one.  “They’re asking questions about so many people in St. Louis that it leads me  to believe they’re casting a wide net in the Muslim community,” said a grand  jury member.

During the time frame of March 2000 to August 2001 the Islamic Society of Sarasota Bradenton 4350 N. Lockwood Ridge Rd Sarasota Fl was home to Jihad preaching Imam Muneer Arafat whose prior roommate in East St. Louis was Osama bin-Laden's Al-Qaeda procurement agent Ziyad Khaleel aka Ziyad Sadaqa. Wherever Imam Muneer Arafat went his close friend and often roommate Ziyad Khaleel aka Ziyad Sadaqa was not far behind. The short list of Muslims directly linked to terrorism who visited the Islamic Society of Sarasota Bradenton (ISSB) during the time frame of march 2000 to August 2001 are Jihad preaching Muneer Arafat, terrorist Wissam Hammound (in prison), Al-Qaeda leader Adnan El-Shukrijumah, Abdulaziz al-Hijji who met with 9/11 hijacker Mohamed Atta and others at his Sarasota Home, Sami Al-Arian arrested, jailed and deported and Mazen Al-Najjar deported. FDLE documents stated that imprisoned terrorist Wissam Hammoud told the FBI in 2004 that Abdulaziz al-Hijji was an acolyte of Osama bin Laden who prior to 9/11 had introduced him to Al-Qaeda head of operations Adnan el-Shukrijumah at a soccer game at the Sarasota mosque, Islamic Society of Sarasota Bradenton 4350 N. Lockwood Ridge Rd.

The FBI investigated Anwar al-Awlaki, later linked to three of the 9/11 hijackers, the Fort Hood shooter, and the Christmas Day 2009 bomber, beginning in June 1999 through March 2000, after it learned he had been contacted by Ziyad Khaleel. On December 29, 1999, as Ziyad Khaleel arrived in the Jordanian capital of Amman, local authorities arrested him on charges of being a procurement agent for Osama bin Laden, but he was later released. In 2000 Ziyad Khaleel lived in Manchester, Missouri, and attended Columbia College in St. Louis, so did Sarasota Imam Muneer Arafat who for some unknown and improbable reason came to a run down Mosque in Sarasota Fl in March of 2000 just prior to 3 of the 9/11 hijacker pilots (main guys and leader Mohamed Atta) showing up in nearby Nokomis Fl on W. Laurel Rd in June of 2000….FBI agent Thomas Baugher told me at one of our meetings in Sarasota at the SRQ Police Department Intel Unit ” THERE ARE NO COINCIDENCES IN TERRORISM.”

Bill Warner Private Investigator Sarasota SEX, CRIME CHEATERS & TERRORISM at

Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Drunk Ex-Con Michael S. Basile DOB 8/24/1960 Kicks Sheriff Deputy While Processing And Gets Body Slammed Now Herald Tribune Wants 'Witch Hunt"


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 assault

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 3 seconds into the video the deputy holding onto the arms of the drunk Basile is looking down at the back of Basile's legs, 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 55 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
1Y 6M 0D
1Y 6M 0D
05/22/2009 DRIV W/LIC S/R/C/D FELONY
1Y 6M 0D

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Ahmed al-Mughassil Head of Pro-Iran Saudi Hizbullah Orchestrated the Khobar Towers Bombing That Killed 19 U.S. Servicemen Captured in Beirut


Ahmed al-Mughassil was wanted by the United States government for his alleged involvement in the June 25, 1996 attack on Khobar Towers military housing complex near Dhahran, Saudi Arabia. The attacks claimed the life of 19 US Air Force personnels and one local. Al-Mughassil has been identified as the head of military wing of the Pro-Iran Saudi Hizbullah. He has just one alias name and the US Department of State has offered a reward of up to $5 million dollars for him.

A man suspected in the 1996 bombing of the Khobar Towers residence at a U.S. military base in Saudi Arabia has been captured, a U.S. official tells The Associated Press. Ahmed al-Mughassil, described by the FBI in 2001 as the head of the military wing of Saudi Hezbollah, is suspected of leading the attack that killed 19 U.S. service personnel and wounded almost 500 people.Saudi paper Asharq Alawsat, which first reported the development, said he was arrested in Beirut and transferred to Riyadh. 

The Saudi Interior Ministry had no immediate comment. The U.S. official spoke on grounds of anonymity because this person was not authorized to publicly discuss the matter. The June 25, 1996, bombing at Khobar Towers, a military housing complex, was the deadliest terror attack targeting U.S. forces since the 1983 bombing of the U.S. Marines' barracks in Beirut that killed 241 American servicemen.

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Sunday, August 23, 2015

Photos of ISIS Thwarted French Train Gunman Ayoub El-Qahzzani Who Was Part of an Islamic Terrorist Cell He is a Moroccan National

Ayoub El-Khazzani, 26, is being quizzed by French counter-terrorism police after he allegedly opened fire on the high-speed train with a Kalashnikov. The Morocco-born suspect reportedly wounded one man before he was disarmed and beaten unconscious by two American soldiers and a student. Alarmingly, he had already been on government officials' radars in four European countries before he carried out Friday evening's terror attack. He had been deemed a terrorist threat following the Charlie Hebdo massacre in Paris - and had apparently fought with ISIS in Syria earlier this year. Questions are now being asked as to how El-Khazzani was able to move freely around Europe, despite being widely known as 'potentially dangerous'.French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve said on Saturday that Spanish authorities had flagged the jihadi to French officials last February because he belongs to the 'radical Islamist movement' - something El-Khazzani appeared to support on his Facebook page, which has since been deleted.
El-Khazzani, who was reportedly radicalized while living in Spain, was subsequently placed on an intelligence watch list in France.

The 26-year-old Moroccan national, who was known to security services, got on the train in Brussels and attempted his attack soon after crossing the French border. Reuters reports the man had also been under French police surveillance after foreign security services identified him as dangerous. French newspaper La Voix du Nord said Spanish authorities had pointed out the man to French police. It was not immediately clear whether he was still under surveillance at the time of Friday's attack.  The paper also cited security sources saying the suspected Islamist militant was seen on a plane to Turkey from Germany in May, and was thought to have visited Syria. 

It added that he may have had connections to a group involved in a suspected Islamist shooting in Belgium in January. AFP has quoted an anti-terror source saying, 'He lived in (southern) Spain in Algeciras for a year, until 2014, then he decided to move to France. He came out of the toilet brandishing the gun, a short stock AK-47, and opened fire, wounding two people on board. Fortunately, the hero passengers were nearby and overpowered him. According to witnesses he was carrying a short-stocked Kalashnikov assault rifle, at least five magazines of ammunition, a handgun and knives. The terrorist, named in reports as Ayoub el-Qahzzani, had at least nine full magazines of ammunition holding almost 300 rounds. He was arrested by police at a train station in Arras and taken to hospital where he is now in custody. 

Thwarted train gunman Ayoub El-Qahzzani was part of an Islamic terrorist cell which came within hours of carrying out a 'major' attack in Belgium before it was shut down in a deadly fire-fight with police, according to French media reports. El-Qahzzani has been linked to a gang of Muslim fanatics in Belgium who opened fire on anti-terrorism officers when Special Forces closed in on them near the railway station in the eastern city of Verviers, in January 2015. Two terrorist suspects were killed and a third was arrested in the operation, close to the Belgian border with Germany. 

Now El-Qahzzani has been linked to this terrorist cell, which was made up of Islamic extremists who had returned to Europe after fighting against the Assad regime in Syria. France's La Voix du Nord newspaper reported: 'According to our sources, he [Al Qahzzani] was part of the same jihadist group which attacked on Belgian anti-terrorist police in a violent fire-fight in January 2015, in Verviers, near Liege. 'It appears that he had been identified as a potential security threat by the Spanish authorities who had alerted French authorities and had asked them for further information about him.'

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