Skip to comments.OKC Ch 9:OU Suicide Bomber Attempted Stadium Entry/5 Others Involved, Ticket to Algeria Found
Posted on 10/05/2005 6:03:56 PM PDT by hispanarepublicana
3 videos on the right-hand video listing. Summary:
Hinrichs spent time in the same Norman mosque as Moussaui
Ticket to Algeria was found linking back to his Pakistani roommate
5 others possibly involved
Hinrichs attempted to enter the stadium and may have had a ticket to the game
Does the Koran ever specify the sex of those 72 virgins? He could be in for a nasty surprise.
Thanks for the ping!
I hate Islam
According to the clintoons after the Murrow Federal building bombing it wasn't islamic terrorist but it was Rushes fault.Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm?
Channel 9, The Oklahoman, and OU Daily are in a partnership. The Oklahoman is run by the daughter of Edward Gaylord who was a major donor to The University. The Gaylord College of Journalism is named for him and the stadium is named for the Gaylord Family after the millions and millions of dollars they have donated. His daughter, Christi Gaylord Everett is a member of the OK Board of Regents.
Edward Gaylord wanted a Journalism College that leaned right and turned out honest and ethical journalist -- OU Daily has done a great job on this story and in asking tough questions along with The Oklahoman and Channel 9. Edward Gaylord would be very proud of the legacy he left in more ways than one.
I guess Boren's crackdown on alcohol has paid of. The ultimate IRONY.
"Disturbed" individual. Yeah right. I guess they want to keep their heads in the sand. Let's face it the enemy is at the gates people.
True...who offs himself with a bomb, for crying out loud.
Right, fanfan? Thought you might be interested ping.
This was clearly a suicide...the homicidal kind. The kind that pleases Allah.
Thanks for keeping us updated on this!
Fazal M. Cheema
NORMAN, Okla. (AP) -- The Pakistani roommate of a man authorities say died when he detonated an explosive device outside a crowded football stadium was led in handcuffs from a party shortly after Saturday's explosion, the head of an Islamic student group said.
Fazal M. Cheema, a finance major, shared a university-owned apartment with Joel Hinrichs III, 21, who died Saturday when a device attached to his body exploded as he sat on a bench outside George Lynn Cross Hall.
Cheema and three other Muslim students were led in handcuffs from a party by police after the blast, Ashraf Hussein, president of the Muslim Student Association, said Tuesday. They later were released...
Check this out...
Khalil has also been associated in Tulsa with Mujeeb Cheema, a Pakistani and organizer of a radical campus student group. There are several high level officials in the Pakistani Intelligence services close to Bin Laden and Sadam Hussein who have the same last name Cheema. It is not known if they are related but Pakistanis are believed to have been hired by Sadam Hussein to help McVeigh. Cheema was employed in Tulsa by a company owned in part by Terry Lenzner, a close friend and investigator for Bill and Hillary Clinton.
Cheema is a strong backer and promoter of a Tulsa mosque that could have aided two pilots who lived in Tulsa and were involved in the suicide attacks on the WTC. The Tulsa World reported on 9/18/2001 in the article Possible Spartan Link Investigated that one of the pilots in the WTC attack trained at the Spartan Flight school in Tulsa and another pilot used a Tulsa address as his residence on hi pilots license.
Sikh activist, Harpal Cheema
New York Sun
Reporter/Editor: Josh Gerstein
COAST COURT STRIKES DOWN KEY PART OF FEDERAL ARSENAL AGAINST TERROR
A federal appeals court yesterday struck down as unconstitutional parts of an anti-terrorism law that has been a key element of the government's legal arsenal in the war on terror.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit ruled that a 1996 criminal statute barring the provision of "training" and "personnel" to terrorist groups was too vague to be enforced, rejecting the Justice Department's efforts to offer definitions for the terms.
The court also made it harder for the government to win a conviction under the remaining parts of the law by declaring that the prosecutors have to prove that a defendant knew that the group was on an official list of terrorist organizations or of the illegal activities which led to that designation.
The case involved a Sikh activist, Harpal Cheema, and his wife. The government claims they have ties to the Khalistan Commando Force and the Sikh Student Federation Faction, organizations that have engaged in bombings, murders and kidnappings to wrest their homeland from Indian control. However, neither group has been formally designated by the State Department as a terrorist organization. Mr. Cheema was accused of connecting phone calls for members of the groups and of fundraising for them. He claims to have been repeatedly tortured by Indian authorities and that he and his wife would face the same fate if forced to return there.
Judge Noonan, who was appointed by President Reagan, and Judge Margaret McKeown, who was appointed by President Clinton, ordered the release of Mr. Cheema, who has been jailed for six years.The judges also ordered a Justice Department panel to reconsider the couple's applications for asylum.
ACLU Files Lawsuit to Protect Religious Liberty of Imprisoned Asylum Seeker (05/18/2005)
SAN FRANCISCO -- The American Civil Liberties Union today filed a lawsuit in federal court challenging restrictions on an asylum seekers right to wear a religious head covering. The plaintiff, Harpal Singh Cheema, is a devout Sikh, imprisoned since 1997 while awaiting a decision on his asylum application.
CAIR Board Member Mujeeb Cheema, an Oklahoma resident
Mujeeb Rehman Cheema chairman of the Islamic Society of Tulsa
>>Why is this not the subject of every newscast, 24 hours per day?<<
Because the leftists in the media will never validate Bush's War on Terror, even if it means all of us die in a jihadist bloodbath.
My raw hatred for the liberal media grows more and more each day.
He wasn't suicidal -- it was an accident or someone set off the bomb that blew him up. He had intended all along with others to do great harm to the people in the stadium and since I was one of them with my two kids, I am as mad as can be at the attempted coverup that was orchestrated by the OU President and who knows who else.
Nor the species.
didn't a fraternity brother say there was no way this guy had any terrorist inclinations?
Big thread already here about this and channel 9
Previous (long!) thread here:
If it wasn't for FR, I don't think many people would even be aware of what happened, but less any details. Makes you wonder.