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Old Yesterday, 08:10 AM
 
Location: Gulf Coast Texas
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We will be doing this for awhile.

More kudos for rank and file intelligence.

Is this worthy of the death penalty?

Two Queens Women Plead Guilty in Connection with Plan to Build Explosive Devices Similar to Those Used in Prior Terrorist Attacks in the United States

“Inspired by radical Islam, Velentzas and Siddiqui researched and taught each other how to construct bombs to be used on American soil against law enforcement and military targets,” said Assistant Attorney General John C. Demers.

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“In an effort to implement their violent, radical ideology, the defendants studied some of the most deadly terrorist attacks in U.S. history, and used them as a blueprint for their own plans to kill American law enforcement and military personnel,” stated United States Attorney Richard P. Donoghue.

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Between approximately 2013 and 2015, Velentzas and Siddiqui planned to build a bomb for use in a terrorist attack in the United States. In furtherance of their plan, the defendants taught each other chemistry and electrical skills related to creating explosives and building detonating devices; conducted research on how to make plastic explosives and how to build a car bomb; and shopped for and acquired materials to be used in an explosive device. They discussed similar devices used in past terrorist incidents, including the Boston Marathon bombing, Oklahoma City bombing and 1993 World Trade Center attack, and they researched potential targets of attack, focusing on law enforcement and military-related targets.

Siddiqui’s interest in violent terrorist-related activities was reflected in her written submissions to a radical jihadist magazine edited by Samir Khan, a now-deceased prominent figure and member of the designated foreign terrorist organization, al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP). Velentzas similarly espoused violent rhetoric, praising the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, and stating that being a martyr through a suicide attack guaranteed entrance into heaven. Velentzas specifically singled out government targets stating, “you go for the head” when you commit a terrorist attack.
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Old Yesterday, 08:24 AM
 
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No time in a safe US prison.

Immediate deportation to the pesthole and rock they climbed out of.
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Old Yesterday, 08:28 AM
 
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No time in a safe US prison.

Immediate deportation to the pesthole and rock they climbed out of.
They probably came from a broken family, didn't take their medication, needed a hug, were bullied, need our compassion and understanding, etc. Bomb making shouldn't be banned because, remember, its not bombs that kill people. So let's send them thoughts and prayers .
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Old Yesterday, 08:30 AM
 
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They probably came from a broken family, didn't take their medication, needed a hug, were bullied, need our compassion and understanding, etc. Bomb making shouldn't be banned because, remember, its not bombs that kill people. So let's send them thoughts and prayers .
Nah, just ship them out in the cargo hold of a rusty, clunky freighter.
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Old Yesterday, 08:34 AM
 
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I am very glad that these people were caught, and I hope they spend a lot of time in prison.

Question for the OP, though: out of curiosity, did you create a new thread about the 26 men who have been arrested since the Dayton shooting, that were found to be "credible threats" to commit mass shootings?

Rhetorical question, because I know you didn't LOL.
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Old Yesterday, 01:14 PM
 
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They probably came from a broken family, didn't take their medication, needed a hug, were bullied, need our compassion and understanding, etc. Bomb making shouldn't be banned because, remember, its not bombs that kill people. So let's send them thoughts and prayers .
I think that is the comment in this thread.
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Old Yesterday, 01:20 PM
 
Location: In your head, rent free
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I am very glad that these people were caught, and I hope they spend a lot of time in prison.

Question for the OP, though: out of curiosity, did you create a new thread about the 26 men who have been arrested since the Dayton shooting, that were found to be "credible threats" to commit mass shootings?

Rhetorical question, because I know you didn't LOL.
So were you about to create a new thread about these 2 women teaching people terrorist methods?

Rhetorical question, because we all know you'd never do that. LOL.
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Old Yesterday, 01:32 PM
 
Location: Gulf Coast Texas
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I am very glad that these people were caught, and I hope they spend a lot of time in prison.

Question for the OP, though: out of curiosity, did you create a new thread about the 26 men who have been arrested since the Dayton shooting, that were found to be "credible threats" to commit mass shootings?

Rhetorical question, because I know you didn't LOL.
I think I hit one or two of those - I know one in Missouri that was a duplicate thread. I have no problem posting that and giving credit to rank and file intel.

I also believe the false claim that Trump is racist, that is now the continuous propaganda, is contributing to these instances.



These two women plead guilty, which is different than a mere arrest.
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Old Yesterday, 01:33 PM
 
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I am very glad that these people were caught, and I hope they spend a lot of time in prison.

Question for the OP, though: out of curiosity, did you create a new thread about the 26 men who have been arrested since the Dayton shooting, that were found to be "credible threats" to commit mass shootings?

Rhetorical question, because I know you didn't LOL.
So, you think they should be given a pass?

Rhetorical question, because I already know.
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Old Yesterday, 01:35 PM
 
Location: Seattle
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Teach them how to fabricate license plates and clean prison toilets.
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