Skip to comments.FBI offering $50G reward for Massachusetts man wanted for supporting Al Qaeda
Posted on 10/03/2012 8:55:38 PM PDT by TurboZamboni
A Massachusetts man who the FBI says has traveled to Yemen and Pakistan for training in how to kill American soldiers now has a $50,000 price on his head.
Ahmad Abousamra, 31, last lived in the U.S. in a tony Boston suburb and has relatives in Detroit. He left the United States in 2006 and may now be living in Aleppo, Syria, with his wife, at least one daughter and other relatives. He was indicted in 2009 for taking multiple trips to Pakistan and Yemen to seek jihad training and has been charged with conspiracy to provide material support to Al Qaeda.
Knowing that the public is the FBIs best ally in finding fugitives, today were requesting your assistance to locate Abousamra, said Richard DesLauriers, special agent in charge of the FBIs Boston office.
One of Abousamras distinguishing characteristics is his higher-pitched voice, which can be heard on the FBIs website. He also has dual U.S. and Syrian citizenship, is fluent in English and Arabic, and has a college degree in computer technology.
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Yeah, let’s pay $50,000 reward for info leading to the apprehension of a guy that Obama and Holder will only turn around and release from prison.
There’s a major money and arms contributor that is squatting illegally at 1600 Penn Ave WDC!
$50k...we got off cheap this time
$1 Billion Airport Security Program Yet to Catch a Terrorist
I know where there is a guy who supports muslim terrorists - he’s got a phony Connecticut Social Security number even though he had never been in the state. He doesn’t have a legitimate birth certificate and no one remembers him from the colleges he claims he attended.
He’s a minority guy, living in government housing, getting a government check and he’s never had a real job in his life.
Thanks for posting. BTTT!
“Ahmad Abousamra, 31, last lived in the U.S. in a tony Boston suburb and has relatives in Detroit.”
If he had a show on MSNBC or Current TV then nobody would ever find him.
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