Did DHS Allow a Known Terrorist into the Country? Why is no one talking about the Terror attack in Arizona?

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December 12, 2012 Posted by:

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terrorist holding AK47Why is no one talking about the Terror attack in Arizona?

An Iraqi born Arizona man is being charged with detonating a homemade explosive device outside a Social Security Administration office in Casa Grande, about 50 miles south of Phoenix. The man, Abdullatif Ali Aldosary, is being charged with maliciously damaging federal property by means of explosives, after he attempted to blow up the a Social Security Administration office with a homemade IED.

The strange thing about this story, considering how the media usually loves covering this type of stuff, is that no one is really talking about it. Even stranger is the F.B.I.’s Joint Terrorism Task Force immediate assertion that his was not a terror attack.

Was a Known Terrorist Allowed in the Country?

There is speculation that the whole story is being quietly swept under the rug, after it was found that the Federal Government may have let a known terrorist into the country. In fact, Congressman Paul Gosar wrote a letter to the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services asking why they allowed a known terrorist to travel freely in Arizona:

The letter reads:

“It appears to the Congressman that a known terrorist was allowed to travel freely in Arizona and was allegedly able to engage in terrorism more than a year after DHS had already determined he engaged in terrorism activity.

It goes on to say:

The Congressman would like to know:

  1. Why wasn’t a known terrorist detained and deportation proceedings initiated once DHS concluded he was engaging in terrorism related activity?
  2. What efforts were made to track and monitor a known terrorist in Arizona?
  3. Did DHS inform local law enforcement about this potential threat?
  4. Was DHS aware of Mr. Aldosary’s prior criminal record?
  5. What is the time-frame to arrest and deport a resident alien once the DHS determines he or she has engaged in terrorism related activity?

Abdullatif Ali Aldosary, who was also was involved in a 1991 uprising against Saddam Hussein, was actually denied entry into the country because of past terrorist activity. Although he was denied a green card, he was recently allowed into the country after the Department of Homeland Security created an exemption for Iraqis who participated in these uprisings.

According to a letter from the Department of Homeland Security, as many as 11,000 individuals who have engaged in terrorism-related activities have received DHS waivers to enter our country.

The letter, which can be read here, says:

Individuals who engage in terrorism-related activity as defined in the INA are barred from receiving various immigration benefits. Since late 2006, U.S. Citizen and Immigration Services (USCIS) has not applied the terrorism related inadmissibility grounds in approximately 11,000 cases under existing exercises of the Secretary’s discretionary authority. USCIS has approximately 4,400 cases on-hold because, while there is currently no exemption that applies in these cases, they may benefit from future exercises of the Secretary’s discretionary authority.

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  1. kerry gregory says:

    When r people going to wake up its not we the people anymore its we the government they know where other terrorist faction r in US but don’t do anything about it now they want to take r guns give me a break come on people wake up or we won’t have any country

    • DEB says:

      THE FEDS KNOW THAT WE THE PEOPLE WILL NOT COME TOGETHER,,UNTIL ITS TO LATE.

  2. rev. dave says:

    Well, since he wasn’t entrapped by the FBI, there’s no publicity benefit in saying ‘we let him in knowing he was a terrorist, and this is just the kind of things a terrorist does’. The scare factor is minimal here, and anyway it magnifies distrust of the federal government to be letting known terrorists in while they spy on all of us to see if we’re terrorists too. So of course they’re keeping this one quiet – there’s really no upside in letting this one out of the bag.

    And of course, “if you’re reading this post, YOU too just might be a terrorist”. (Apologies, Mr. Foxworthy)

  3. Larry says:

    There are 24 known muslim terrorist training camps here on out soil! Why has HLS done nothing to stop them!? (marklucasinfo.com) or Google “muslim training camps in the US”

    • strotty says:

      of course if we were to google it or go to that site for gathering info, we would be tagged as a threat. then again we already are just for being smart, and trying to stay informed on all situations that could effect our lives.

    • John says:

      Unfortunately it comes down to the 1st amendment Right. It doesnt matter what there beliefs may be; the Government cannot intrude based on religion or any other belief. Every one is covered under the US Constitution. they just found a way to Use our Constitution against us. If it was a Militia group and the feds raided it everyone would be crying out that they just violated there 1st amendment right; but when its a terrorist compound people are all for the violation of there rights. Its stupid… I Know

  4. DEB says:

    WE THE PEOPLE IS A THING OF OUR PAST, WE DO NOT STAND TOGETHER ANY MORE, MOST PEOPLE DON’T EVEN KNOW THE PEOPLE LIVING NEXT DOOR. THIS IS WHAT THE FEDS WANT. THE BEGINNING GROUP THAT HAS A CHANCE TO FORCE CHANGE IS THE TEA PARTY, I HOPE.

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