Saturday, July 23, 2016

ISIS in West Palm Beach Florida: Gregory Hubbard, Dayne Christian and Darren Jackson Arrested By FBI for Joining Terrorist Group ISIS.

These ISIS inspired Muslim Mooks are hiding in plain site all over the State of Florida, from Tampa to Jacksonville to Orlando to Miami to Key West to West Palm Beach Fl and they are more and more going operational. Time to stop with the Political Correctness nonsense and report suspicious activity of any kind to law enforcement. Authorities say three Florida men planned to travel to Syria and become fighters for the Islamic State. Federal prosecutors said in a news release Friday that 52-year-old Gregory Hubbard, 31-year-old Dayne Christian and 50-year-old Darren Jackson of West Palm Beach Fl are charged with conspiring to join the Islamic State. They were arrested Thursday.
An FBI report says the three told an informant last year about plans to go to Syria, and spoke approvingly of terror attacks in Orlando; San Bernardino, California; and elsewhere. It also says they talked about attacking the White House or Pentagon but took no specific steps. Investigators said Hubbard expressed support for ISIS and told a confidential source for the FBI that he wanted to travel to Syria for the purpose of engaging in jihad. Hubbard introduced Christian and Jackson to the source. The suspects then provided weapons and firearms.

According to the FBI, Hubbard was arrested July 21 at Miami International Airport when he attempted to board a flight to Berlin, Germany. From there, officials said, he was planning to take a train to Istanbul, Turkey and then make his way to Syria. The FBI said they apprehended Jackson after he dropped off Hubbard at the airport. Christian was later arrested at his job. Hubbard, also known as “Jibreel,” and Jackson, who went by the first name of “Daoud,” are West Palm Beach residents. Christian, also known as “Shakur,” lives in Lake Park. Investigators said Christian, who has a criminal background, was also planning to travel to Syria, but Jackson had only agreed to take them to the airport. Christian talked about wanting to kill veterans he saw in the gym, especially one who wore a Marine shirt. Christian said he could hide in the bushes outside the man’s home and then “pop” — shoot him when he came home.  
ISIS terrorist Dayne Christian lived at an apartment complex on North Australian Avenue in Lake Park near the upscale condos and resorts on Singer Island West Palm Beach Fl. Hubbard told the informant that there were only two kinds of people in the world: “Those who were with ISIS an d those who were against ISIS.” Hubbard said he had been radicalized by Anwar al-Awlaki, the American-born, Yemeni cleric whose extremist videos were viewed by Orlando shooter Omar Mateen and Moner Mohammed Abu-Salha, the first American suicide bomber in Syria. Mateen and Abu-Salha had met at a mosque in Fort Pierce. Al-Awlaki was killed in Yemen in September 2011 along with propagandist Samir Khan. In December 2016, Hubbard and the informant were eating at an unidentified West Palm Beach-area restaurant when the television began broadcasting about the terrorist attack in San Bernadino, Calif. When the informant said the shooting was a tragedy, Hubbard became upset, stood up suddenly and said he did not care how many American and infidels were killed and he did not care if people noticed his outburst. A detention hearing has been set for Wednesday, and the defendants will be arraigned on Aug. 5. If convicted, they face up to 20 years in prison.
Last year at this time ISIS inspired terrorist Harlem Suarez was planning to blow up a Key West Fl beach and shoot beach goers with a AK-47 as they fled to their cars in the parking lot. Could this terror plot still be in play with other bad actors from ISIS, most likely yes. According to the FBI, Suarez recorded a video in May in which he said: “We will destroy America and divide it into two. We will raise our black flag on top of your White House and any president on duty.” WFLA TV Tampa FL…Key West ISIL supporter planned to detonate backpack bomb, says FBI. MIAMI, Fla. (WFLA) – A Florida man who authorities say is a supporter of the terror group ISIL, is accused of attempting to make a backpack bomb that he allegedly planned to bury on a Key West beach. Harlem Suarez, also known as Almlak Benitez, 23, of Key West, Florida, was charged on Monday with attempting to use a weapon of mass destruction against a person or property within the United States.


“According to the complaint, Harlem Suarez, a self-professed ISIL adherent, knowingly attempted to use a weapon of mass destruction – a backpack bomb – in the United States,” said Assistant Attorney General Carlin. In April 2015, Suarez came to the attention of the FBI due to Facebook posts that contained extremist rhetoric and promoted the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), a designated foreign terrorist organization. Suarez allegedly told a confidential source that he wanted to make a “timer bomb.” Suarez purchased components for this device, which was to contain galvanized nails, be concealed in a backpack and be remotely detonated by a cellphone. Suarez intended to bury the device at a public beach in Key West and then detonate it, according to a criminal complaint. On July 27, 2015, Suarez took possession of an inert device and was arrested.

“The FBI and our local, state and federal partners work around the clock to prevent such catastrophic weapons from being used against our citizens. Even so, we ask the public to be vigilant and report suspicious activity to law enforcement,” said Special Agent in Charge George L. Piro of the FBI’s Miami Field Office. The FBI, the South Florida Joint Terrorism Task Force, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives , U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Homeland Security Investigations (ICE-HSI), the Key West Police Department, the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office and the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office worked together in the investigation. Sarasota private investigator Bill Warner has worked on terrorism cases in the past. Suarez’ appearance makes Warner uneasy. “With the tattoos and short haircut, no beard, no mustache, clean cut and he goes to the beach,” Warner said. “Who would suspect he’s a terrorist?” Warner said ISIL uses the Internet to spread its message and recruit members, and unlike terror groups before it who chose big, populous targets, the Islamic State is different. “These guys are going after the low-key, little soft targets,” Bill Warner said. “They go to the mall and shoot people, go to the beach and shoot people. How do you stop this?”

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