Skip to comments.Fort Worth man held in Hurst after weapons, suspected forgeries found (ROP Alert)
Posted on 10/02/2012 3:02:50 PM PDT by Dysart
A Fort Worth man was in custody Tuesday after authorities say counterfeit military identification documents were found in his wrecked vehicle behind a Hurst shopping center.
Two weapons and an air rifle also were found in the Chevrolet Silverado.
The discovery of the documents and weapons prompted authorities to evacuate the shopping center on Grapevine Highway for several hours Tuesday morning.
Initially, authorities believed the military documents were real, prompting authorities to summon an explosives team and a bomb-sniffing dog to inspect the vehicle. No explosive devices were found.
Hurst police identified the suspect as Azeez A. Al-Ghaziani, 29. He was in the Hurst City Jail Tuesday afternoon.
Al-Ghaziani is expected to be charged with tampering with government records, said Hurst police Lt. Mark Schwobel.
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Nothing to see here, folks. Move along.
Eh, I’m sure all he has to do is invoke that Muhammed video and he’ll be a sympathetic figure to half the country.
Fort Worth man? My aching a**.
Read the story. This sounds like a typical BS abuse of power by over-zealous cops. Keeping a “forged military document” (whatever that is) in your car is a federal offense in the New Reich (or do we call it the Rodina?)?? Keeping some rifles in your car after being kicked out of your home is a crime?
I’m all for keeping a close eye on muslims, but this one stinks. There might be more to this that isn’t in the story, based on what I read here, there really is nothing to see here.
Sleeper cell member. Betcha.
There have been several incidents in the USA involving muslims trying to use fake military credentials to use in attacks on US military bases. The most notable was a year or two back in New Jersey. In any case, this is not an abuse of power to pursue these vermin.
>>In any case, this is not an abuse of power to pursue these vermin.
After the election, this government may decide that we are “vermin” too.
Considering the number of US soldiers killed in Afghanistan and Iraq by terrorists passing themselves off as allied military, I would take this VERY seriously, unless it's obviously some joke-document.
>>Considering the number of US soldiers killed in Afghanistan and Iraq by terrorists passing themselves off as allied military, I would take this VERY seriously, unless it’s obviously some joke-document.
But they aren’t passing themselves off as allied military. They ARE allied military...right up until they open fire. This guy worked in a dry cleaner. The nature of the “papers” is typical of a fed gov press release (as Cripplecreek pointed out, a bic lighter and pipe is “bomb making materials” to these Keystone Kops). Was it a pile of fake IDs or was it the manual to Call of Duty, a videogame?
*After the election, this government may decide that we are vermin too.*
That already came to pass.
You mean the government has a division that actually checks for forgeries? Hmm...
I just sent a Freepmail to you.
>>You mean the government has a division that actually checks for forgeries? Hmm...
If you’re thinking what I think you’re thinking...then you’re a racist!! LOL.
>>That already came to pass.
True, but they aren’t rounding us up yet for “possessing a weapons cache” (i.e. more than one handgun and a knife), or for “possession of military documents” (i.e. a copy of the Star Fleet Technical Manual), or for “possession of military equipment” (a web belt, canteen, or even a magazine pouch).
So what? Obama has done that all his life.