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Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Report: ISIS Terrorists Plotting Summer Attacks on European Tourist Beaches They Tried Last Year to Blow up Beach in Key West Fl

Report: ISIS Terrorists Plotting Summer Attacks on European Tourist Beaches They Tried Last Year to Blow up Beach in Key West Fl. Islamic State terrorists are plotting to attack tourists at beach resorts across Europe this summer by posing as drink vendors and placing bombs under sunbeds, German media reported on Tuesday. The terrorists also plan on detonating suicide bombs and gunning down tourists with automatic rifles, Italian security sources told German newspaper Bild. "They want to strike Italian, French and Spanish beaches,” Seck Pouy, a police chief from Senegal, said. “They will exploit certain radicalized vendors who travel regularly between Italy and Senegal.” In June 2015, terrorist ISIS madman Seifeddine Rezgui opened fire and slaughtered 38 tourists, including 30 British citizens, on a beach in Tunisia. He was later gunned down.

NBC News affiliate WFLA Tampa : MIAMI, Fla. (WFLA) – A Florida man who authorities say is a supporter of the terror group ISIS, 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 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 ISIS adherent, knowingly attempted to use a weapon of mass destruction – a backpack bomb – in the United States,” said Assistant Attorney General Carlin. Suarez told the informants that he considered himself a member of the Islamic State and that "one day I will cook American" ... "in cages" ... "flaming." One of the informants, posing as a member of Islamic State, told Suarez at a meeting in a Homestead hotel room that he would get back to him with prices for grenades and other explosive material needed to make a backpack bomb. He legally purchased an AK-47 assault rifle online but when he went to pick it up from a Key West pawn shop, which is not named in the arrest report, he filled out the paperwork wrong and the pawn shop clerk would not give him the weapon.

Suarez came to the attention of the FBI after a person contacted the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office in April and said that someone named Almlak Benitez tried to friend him on Facebook and recruit him to join ISIS. At that point, undercover agents made contact with Suarez. The criminal complaint states Suarez told an undercover FBI informant that he wanted to make a “timer bomb.” “Suarez discussed wanting to conduct a terrorist-style attack on or about July 4th, possibly in Marathon, Florida, or on South Beach in Miami Beach, Florida, or both,” states the complaint. "I can go to the beach at night time ... put the thing in the sand ... cover it up so the next day I just call and the thing is gonna, is gonna make a real hard noise from nowhere, and like people are gonna be like what, where is this [expletive] came from," Suarez told the informant, according to the arrest report.

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?” PI Bill 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 ‘Mooks’ are going after the low-key, little soft targets,” PI Bill Warner said. “They go to the mall and shoot people, go to the beach and shoot people. How do you stop this?” see

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Donald Trump Wins Big In NY Republican Primary as 'Grandpa Munster Ted Cruz' Goes Back to The Lab to Work on his Extremely Sarcastic Personality

UPDATE 9:50pm Tuesday April 19th 2016...NAILED IT, in my post earlier today at 3:09pm I went out on a limb and predicted Donald Trump would win at least 65% of the vote in the NY Republican Primary, as of 9:50pm he had 64.5% percent of the vote, see my earlier post below.

Grandpa Munster Ted Cruz keeps a laboratory in the cellar his house, and often refers to "going down to the lab." The potions and magic spells he devises for the Delegates are central to many of his campaign successes. Many of Grandpa Munster Ted Cruz inventions are less than successful, but he never stops thinking up new ones. Grandpa Munster Ted Cruz can transform himself into a wolf or a bat. In later campaign rallies this year Grandpa Munster Ted Cruz changes to and from a bat simply at will. Grandpa Munster Ted Cruz has an extremely sarcastic personality, and often insults his Republican campaign opponents. While Grandpa Munster Ted Cruz is generally considered the wisest member of his clan, he also has a decidedly stubborn streak. If he feels he isn't getting his due respect, he will let everyone know it, and often sulk or go to extreme lengths to demonstrate his offense at a perceived slight. While generally a successful mad scientist and magician who hoodwinks Republican Delegates, Grandpa Munster Ted Cruz shows a somewhat sloppy approach to his craft, often proceeding with unwise experiments, without taking sensible precautions, possibly explains Grandpa Munster Ted Cruz resounding defeat today in the NY Republican primary by GOP front runner Donald Trump.
My prediction for today is a landslide win for Donald Trump in the NY Republican primary with at least a 65% of the vote, Ted Cruz will only gather 19% of the vote.
Back on Tuesday, March 08, 2016 I posted and predicted the following...NEWS HEADLINE MARCH 16th 2016: Donald Trump Wins Florida GOP Primary Marco Rubio Dispatched to ‘Blithering Idiot Land’. Donald Trump will win the Florida GOP Primary on March 15th. “Republicans need to figure out a way and rationale to fully support Trump assuming he does as well in upcoming contests as he did on Super Tuesday,” countered a North Carolina Republican. “The door is swinging shut on the others and will slam shut when he wins on March 15. Trump is winning fair and square unlike dirty tricks Ted Cruz. If the Republican Party tries to support some disingenuous alternative, that will have the same effect as throwing a case of hand grenades in our own GOP tent. 

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Monday, April 18, 2016

Saudi King Salman Ran Charity That 9/11 Victims Say Funded al Qaeda Terrorists the FBI Secret Sarasota Saudi Investigation Lasted 2 Years, I Know I was There.

SAUDI ARABIA THE KINGDOM OF EVIL AND DECEIT teaches it's children in the strict sect of Wahhabism Islam "fear not my sons the infidels of the West as we will kill them all". The Saudi-9/11 connection in Sarasota Florida was no small part of the overall 9/11 investigation. Yet it was never shared with Congress. Nor was it mentioned in the 9/11 Commission Report. I was a peripheral part of the so called FBI Secret Sarasota Saudi investigation into the activities of the Muslim 9/11 Hijack Terrorists who visited the Abdualaziz al-Hijji clan at 4224 Escondito Circle in the gated community of Prestancia in Sarasota Fl, it went on for at least 2 years. The 3,300-square-foot home on Escondito Circle belonged to Esam Ghazzawi, a Saudi adviser to the nephew of then-King Fahd, his photo above. My role as a Confidential Informant (CI) for Immigration Customs Enforcement (ICE) came about during my investigation of a local Muslim used dealer and his crew who were bringing in cars from Tampa for export out of the USA. One of their used car sources was from a car lot owned by convicted terrorist supporter Sami al-Arian, this all took place from February 2002 up to April 2005 when I was paid, in cash, by ICE agents for my efforts. 
My first official meeting with local law enforcement, Sarasota Police Department (SPD) and Sarasota Sheriff Department (SSD) took place on June 18th 2002 at the Sarasota Police Dept Intel Division. As the investigation grew and expanded with additional subjects to investigate a much larger task force meeting took place on February 26th 2003 at the Immigration Customs Enforcement (ICE) regional office in Tampa Fl. At this meeting were law enforcement agents from the FBI, ICE, INS, IRS, Sarasota Police Dept (SPD), Sarasota Sheriff Department (SSD), and the Charlotte County Sheriff's Department, officiating was an ICE agent from Washington D.C.. I also became aware that there was a parallel investigation into the same group of men by law enforcement in Orange County CA, here we had agents from the FBI and a Santa Ana police detective who was acting as an agent for the US Army CID in NorthCom, my contact number in Santa Ana CA was the FBI office (714) 542-8825. The Penttbom investigation in the report below is the 9/11/2001 investigation. The Southwest Florida Domestic Security Task Force as seen in the report below is part of the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE).
The FBI says that the FBI’s own secret report — the basis for the news reports — “was poorly written and wholly unsubstantiated.” “When questioned later by others in the FBI, the special agent who wrote the EC (Electronic Communication) was unable to provide any basis for the contents of the document or explain why he wrote it as he did,” the FBI report to Congress states. The whole FBI Tampa Regional Office and SSA James F. Jarboe were aware of what the Sarasota FBI Field Agent (name redacted) was doing and what he was writing concerning the investigation of the Sarasota Saudi family, see above, Tampa to Tampa 4/03/2002. The Sarasota FBI office at 1800 2nd Street suite 600 is basically a satellite office of the FBI Tampa Regional office at 5525 W Gray St, I have been to both offices multiple times, big difference, the Sarasota office does nothing without the approval of the Tampa office, period! In 2002 the FBI boss of the Orlando to Tampa to Sarasota to Naples Fl Region was SSA James F. Jarboe. No FBI Sarasota field agent would have ever filed a report on the Sarasota Saudi family in April of 2002 without his approval (SSA James F. Jarboe) and the approval of his boss who at the time was FBI Director Robert Mueller, get real!

Yeah, it was just another day in paradise, Sarasota Fl: It is no coincidence that Mohamed Atta and his 9/11 Al-Qaeda hijack pals just happened to select the Sarasota Fl area as their base of operations during the summer of 2000 and into 2001. It is no coincidence that Al-Qaeda linked Imam Muneer Arafat shows up at the Islamic Society of Sarasota and Bradenton in the spring of 2000 and into 2003. It is no coincidence that Sarasota Saudi Abdulaziz al-Hijji, terrorist Wissam Hammoud and Al-Qaeda terrorist Adnan el-Shukrijumah played soccer at the local Islamic Society of Sarasota and Bradenton during 2000 and into 2001. It is no coincidence that Abdulaziz al-Hijji was visited multiple times from the summer of 2000 and into 2001 by Mohamed Atta, Waleed al-Shehri and other 9/11 Al-Qaeda hijack pals at 4224 Escondito Circle in Sarasota Fl. Sarasota Fl was Terror Central from the summer of 2000 and into 2001. Sarasota FBI Special Agent Thomas R. Baugher, who I met on several occasions at the Sarasota Police Department Intel Division during a terrorist investigation that went from 2002 into 2004, told me that there are “Never Any Coincidences in Terrorism”.
FLORIDABULLDOG Editor’s Note: Saturday’s lead story in The New York Times is headlined “Saudis Tell U.S. to Back Off Bill on 9/11 Lawsuits.” It reports that Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al Jubeir warned the Obama Administration that his country will sell off as much as $750 billion in American assets if Congress passes a bill that would allow the kingdom to be held liable in U.S. Courts if found responsible for the 9/11 terrorist attacks. The Saudi threat follows last Sunday’s 60 Minutes report calling fresh attention to 28 censored pages from Congress’s 9/11 report that former Florida Sen. Bob Graham says points a finger at Saudi Arabia. On Wednesday, April 20th, 2016, President Obama will travel to Saudi Arabia for meetings with King Salman and other Saudi officials. 
The FloridaBulldog story, in part, that follows was first published Feb. 6, 2015. It has not been reported elsewhere. It seems appropriate to republish now; Saudi Arabia’s new king, Salman, “actively directed” a Saudi charity whose funding was “especially important to al Qaeda acquiring the strike capabilities used to launch attacks in the U.S.,” say court papers filed this week by lawyers representing 9/11 victims and their families. The Saudi High Commission for Relief of Bosnia and Herzegovina (SHC), which Salman led from its founding in 1993 until it closed in 2011, helped fund “the very al Qaeda camps where the 9/11 hijackers received their training for the attacks, and the safe haven and facilities in Afghanistan where senior officials of al Qaeda, including Osama bin Laden and Khalid Sheik Mohammed, planned and coordinated the 9/11 attacks,” the court papers say.  
Among the new filings is a six-page affidavit by former Florida Sen. Bob Graham, who co-chaired Congress’s Joint Inquiry into 9/11. Graham said he’s convinced there was a “direct line between at least some of the terrorists who carried out the September 11th attacks and the government of Saudi Arabia” and that “the American public deserves a more robust inquiry.” One matter he said “deserves further attention and investigation is the relationship between three of the future hijackers and a Saudi family living in Sarasota” prior to 9/11. While FBI officials said publicly that the investigation found no connection to 9/11, FBI documents released later in response to a Freedom of Information lawsuit brought by Broward Bulldog Inc., the corporate name of the Florida Bulldog, stated there were “many connections” between the family “and individuals associated with the terrorist attacks on 9/11/2001.”, working with Irish journalist and author Anthony Summers, first reported in 2011 that the family of Abdulaziz al-Hijji and his wife, Anoud, abruptly moved out of their home about two weeks before 9/11 – leaving behind cars, clothes, clothing, furniture and food in the kitchen. The departure in 2001 triggered an FBI investigation that lasted for at least two years, but was never disclosed to either Graham’s committee or the 9/11 Commission.
THE GUARDIAN UK FEBRUARY 2002.. Nato peacekeepers in Bosnia discovered a cache of Islamic terrorist-related material at the offices of one of Saudi Arabia's leading aid agencies with links to the royal family. The raid on the Sarajevo offices of the Saudi High Commission for Aid to Bosnia took place September 2001. A few weeks after the raid six men, including an administrator at the commission, were arrested by the Bosnian authorities for suspected links to al-Qaeda. They were believed to be plotting to blow up the US embassy in Sarajevo. The Saudi aid initiative to Bosnia was founded in 1993 by Prince Salman (now king of Saudi Arabia), the governor of Riyadh province, and supported by then King Fahd. Hailed as the largest fundraising effort in the Arab and Muslim world, it has delivered more than $600 million in aid for mosques, cultural centers, schools and orphanages. Nato suspicions about the presence of an al-Qaeda cell in Bosnia were triggered when US intelligence discovered that one of the six men arrested, Bensayah Belkacem, had been making telephone calls to Bin Laden's Al-Qaeda operations chief in Afghanistan, Abu Zubayah.

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Sunday, April 17, 2016

Investigative Reporter Lisa Guerrero for Inside Edition Had Cabbie ID Top 10 Most Wanted Taxi Driver Yaser Said at Newark International Airport 3 1/2 years ago What Gives?

INSIDE EDITION October 10, 2012... Private Detective Bill Warner, who has been following the case since January 2008, believes Said may be living under the radar somewhere in the New York City area. That's because Said's brother lives in the small town of Shrub Oak NY about an hour outside the city. 

Bill Warner believes Said may be driving a cab, working the city's airports. "Why is that?" Guerrero asked Warner. "That's all he's ever known," Bill Warner said. "Yaser Said has only ever worked as a cab driver for the last 25 years. That is his only profession."

INSIDE EDITION brought Bill Warner to one of New York's airports to follow up on some of his leads in the case, asking a number of cab drivers if they recognized photos of Said. One cab driver told INSIDE EDITION’s Lisa Guerrero he may have seen Said driving a cab at Newark Airport. "Last year you think you've seen him?" 

Guerrero asked the cab driver. "Yeah, I think I've seen him before," the taxi driver said. He even pointed out one of Said's most recognizable accessories - his sunglasses. "Yeah, they say he wears the glasses all the time," Guerrero told the cab driver.Warner believes Said may be driving a cab, working the city's airports. "This man is a danger. He is a threat to society," said PI Bill Warner.

INSIDE EDITION’S LISA GUERRERO AT NEWARK AIRPORT: Further investigations in the New York Metro area by Inside Edition and myself indicated that Muslim Honor Killer Yaser Said was possibly driving a cab near Newark Liberty Airport taking fares into Midtown Manhattan.

I witnessed a eye ball ID by a Newark Airport cab driver who recognized Yaser Said from the FBI Wanted Poster as he was interviewed by Inside Edition’s Chief Investigative Correspondent Lisa Guerrero. The Newark Airport yellow cab driver was positive he had recently seen Muslim Honor Killer Yaser Said driving a cab and he made note of the fact that “the guy always wore dark glasses even at night“.

NY DAILY NEWS REPORTED..An alleged killer may be at the wheel of a New York City taxi cab. A private eye searching for Yaser Said, a Texas man accused of gunning down his teenage daughters for dating non-Muslim boys, says he suspects the fugitive is driving a hack. “It’s all he knows and I wouldn’t be surprised one bit if he’s there working as a taxi driver,” Bill Warner told FOX News. “He could blend in at a metropolis like New York.” An Egyptian immigrant, Said was placed on the FBI’s most-wanted list after the alleged “honor killing” of daughters Amina, 18, and Sarah Said, 17, on New Year’s Day, January 1st 2008.

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Newspaper Guy Tom Lyons Complains Sarasota Cops Not Doing Enough to Curb Drug Sales Downtown But Top Cop DiPino Has Arrested 56 Drug Dealers Who's Zoomin Who?

SARASOTA HERALD TRIBUNE Article April 17 2016...Newspaper guy Tom Lyons says: "Sarasota neighborhood zoned for crack house"? While Sarasota Police Chief Bernadette DiPino said last year after arresting 43 drug dealers "If you're going to sell drugs, don't do it in the city of Sarasota,". "Cause we're going to get you. We're going to find you." Which one is telling the truth, Lyons or DiPino? Newspaper Guy Tom Lyons implies in his article that the Sarasota Police department is not doing enough to curb drug sales in downtown Sarasota based on one interview with a resident who has been living in the drug area for only 1 1/2 years. But several drug raids by the Sarasota Police Department over the last 3 years indicate that cops have taken at least 56 street level and mid level drug dealers off the streets, all in the area that Newspaper Guy Tom Lyons complains about, Who's Zoomin Who?
By Tom Lyons
Published: Saturday, April 16, 2016 at 7:11 p.m.
Last Modified: Saturday, April 16, 2016 at 7:11 p.m.

A worried and angry dad contacted me (Tom Lyons) about problem neighbors who have attracted a fair amount of police attention over the past two years. Just not anywhere near enough police attention, he says, and he doesn’t get why. Sarasota Police know everything he knows about the problem, and probably more. I’ll just call the dad Mike, to make it a bit less likely he or his kids will be identified and confronted, or worse, by the proprietors of the crack cocaine dealership on their street. The dealers don’t like it when people complain about them or call cops. Mike says drug customers come by at all hours, day and night. Sometimes the residential street is blocked with their cars, but most buyers just walk up to the house’s chain link fence to exchange money for drugs with the guy on the other side. He says police have told him to call any time he sees this happening. That suggestion makes him laugh sarcastically. “I’d never hang up,” he told me (Tom Lyons). It has been that way for the year and a half plus that he has lived in his rented house a few blocks north of downtown, in a mixed-race neighborhood just east of Cocoanut Avenue (Central Ave), and people there have called cops.
TAMPA TRIBUNE Published: September 4, 2013.....Neighborhood complaints led Sarasota police to check a house for drug activity and that investigation yielded two arrests and the confiscation of drugs this morning. The Sarasota Police Department Narcotics Unit, with the assistance of the Street Crimes Unit, executed a search warrant at 1925 Central Ave. Sarasota Fl, and found seven individuals including three small children inside. Herman N. Taylor, 32, is charged with possession of cocaine with intent to sell within 1,000 feet of a church, possession of marijuana less than 20 grams and possession of drug paraphernalia. Police found several baggies containing cocaine, three digital scales and a marijuana cigarette. He is being held on $21,000 bond. Letrece S. Jones, 30, is charged with possession of cocaine, possession of marijuana less than 20 grams and possession of drug paraphernalia. Police found cocaine, marijuana and a marijuana grinder in her purse. She is being held on $2,500 bond. Detectives seized 23 grams of powder cocaine, two grams of marijuana and $715 cash in the house.

Sarasota Herald Tribune: On Tuesday 2/4/2014, the Sarasota Police department announced the results of an 18-month investigation called Operation Sarasota Cartel II. A similar sting was conducted from 2008 to 2012. Ten people were arrested, $115,000 in cash was seized, $1 million worth of powder cocaine — 12 kilos — was recovered and five cars were confiscated. The suspects, who have extensive criminal histories, face anywhere from three to 15 years in prison. “Our main goal was to dismantle a local drug organization from bottom to top,” Sarasota Police Chief Bernadette DiPino said. 
It all started when undercover detectives gained information regarding alleged street-level drug dealer Irvin Brown, 26, who operated in the area of Leon Avenue — where the police department’s block party was held last month. “We monitored his activities for a length of time and he was able to lead us to the distributor,” Lt. Pat Ledwith said. Both Roderick Shannon, 44, and Al Muta Hawks, 36, were allegedly dealing in one to nine ounces of cocaine at a time as “mid-level distributors,” Ledwith said. Eventually, detectives tracked the activity to kingpin source Alex Gomez, 46, who was allegedly supplying kilos of cocaine to those distributors and dealers. Gomez, who is from Miami, has previously served prison time for trafficking cocaine, Ledwith said.

SARASOTA June 13, 2015-- More than 40 people with a total of 316 felony convictions were arrested Friday following a six-month-long undercover operation in Sarasota. Operation Safe Neighborhood, which led to 43 arrests, targeted street-level drug dealers, according to the Sarasota Police Department. Undercover detectives bought drugs from people in the city based on community tips and police intelligence starting in December 2014. "This is the most people we've ever arrested in a street-level operation," said Lt. James Rieser at a press conference Friday morning. Charges include selling rock cocaine within 1,000 feet of a school, church or park; sale of heroin; sale of controlled substances; and the sale of designer drugs. Police said most drugs found were cocaine and heroin. "No one was injured in any of these operations," said Sarasota Police Chief Bernadette DiPino. Seven drug buys were conducted in the Gillespie Park area, nine in the North Tamiami Trail area, 13 near Central Avenue and Cocoanut Avenue and 15 in the area of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Way. Sara Scott has the most previous felony convictions at 19, which include cocaine possession, prostitution and escape from prison.

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1156 Cocoanut Avenue, Sarasota, FL
On Friday, April 8, 2016, the Sarasota Police Department Narcotics Unit, with the assistance of the Street Crimes Unit and Intelligence Unit, executed a search warrant at MB Customs Auto Shop, 1940 11th Street, Sarasota. The search warrant was obtained as a result of an investigation into illegal drug sales from business by the business owner. As a result of the warrant, Melquisedec Betancourt, Jr., was arrested and charged with numerous narcotics related charges. At MB Custom Auto Shop Detectives seized: 22.7 grams of powder cocaine, 12.9 grams of rock cocaine, 292.9 grams of marijuana, 1.8 grams of MDMA (ecstasy), $745 U.S. currency and (2) vehicles. (2006 Cadillac DTS and 2006 Mercedes Benz CLK330). 
On Thursday, April 7, 2016, the Sarasota Police Department Narcotics Unit, with the assistance of the Street Crimes Unit executed a search warrant at 1156 Cocoanut Avenue, Sarasota. The search warrant was obtained as a result of an investigation of illegal narcotics being sold by the residents of the address. Upon execution of the warrant, two individuals were arrested and charged with drug related crimes. Detectives seized: 29 grams of rock cocaine, 9.3 grams of marijuana, drug paraphernalia and $2,155 U.S. currency. The investigation is ongoing.

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