Skip to comments.Beck Breaks Exclusive Info on Saudi National Once Considered a Person of Interest in Bombings
Posted on 04/22/2013 8:21:30 AM PDT by bimboeruption
Full title: Beck Breaks Exclusive Information on Saudi National Once Considered a Person of Interest in Boston Bombings
A Saudi national originally identified as a "person of interest" in the Boston Marathon bombing was set to be deported under section 212 3B -- "Security and related grounds" -- "Terrorist activities" after the bombing As the story gained traction, TheBlaze's Chief Content Officer Joel Cheatwood received word that the government may not deport the Saudi national, originally identified as Abdul Rahman Ali Alharbi Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano refused to answer questions on the subject when confronted by Rep. Jeff Duncan (R-SC) on Capitol Hill. An ICE official said a separate Saudi national is in custody, but is "in no way" connected to the bombings. A congressional source, however, says that the file on Alharbi was created, that he was "linked" in some way to the Boston bombings (although it is unclear how), and that documents showing all this have been sent to Congress. Committee on Homeland Security requests a classified briefing with Napolitano TheBlaze sources and Fox News' Todd Starnes report that Alharbi was allegedly flagged on a terrorist watch list New information provided to TheBlaze reveals Alharbi's file was altered early Wednesday evening to disassociate him from the initial charges Sources say the Saudi's student visa specifically allows him to go to school in Findley, Ohio, though he appears to have an apartment in Boston, Massachusetts Sources tell us this will most likely now be kicked from the DHS to the DOJ and labeled an ongoing investigation that can no longer be discussed. Monday morning Glenn Beck laid out what he knows about the Saudi connection to the Boston marathon bombings.
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It’s a VERY SHORT list, isn’t it?
The list, Ping
Let me know if you would like to be on or off the ping list
Which American politicians DON’T beat their wives (or husbands)?
Look, I’m all for finding out FACTS.
Your question doesn’t quite fit there.
Who pulled or ordered pulled the Fox news report?
Do you mean Steve King?
What was going on at the Secret Service to allow the President's wife to visit with this Saudi “terrorist?”
There is no way that the Secret Service would allow this to happen, unless they were explicitly told to stand down. The only person who could tell them to stand down would need to be the President himself. They would not stand down and allow the First Lady to visit a terrorist without a written directive.
That means that this terrorist spoiled rich kid and member of the royal Saudi family is very important to the President of the USA.
Let the first domino be why would the Secret Service allow the First Lady to visit someone on the Terrorist watch list. Soon the other domino's will begin to fall.
Wow it is gone
From the article: “Sources say the Saudi’s student visa specifically allows him to go to school in Findley, Ohio, though he appears to have an apartment in Boston, Massachusetts.”
Boston is a LONG commute from northwest Ohio.
The Obambi administration is in headfirst with a coverup and have been paid off by the Saudi's to shut up about this.
Otherwise, old White Hair Stain head wouldn't be covering up. Something really stinks. Isn't this the creep that Obambi's overweight wife visited in the hospital in an unscheduled manner?
Yes, I had the wrong King.
Tim Huelskamp, KS GOP
Maybe she was delivering a message to the terrorist...or one of his visitors..that only she could deliver because no one else could be trusted.
Yes. But there may be a few more.
Screen shots have been saved so taking it down (and yes the link is now scrubbed) doesn’t squelch it completely.
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