Skip to comments.Man shouting ‘jihad’ arrested after getting inside secure area at Love Field
Posted on 04/29/2013 10:28:01 PM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
A Garland man whom Dallas police found inside a secure area of Love Field on Sunday night struggled with responding officers and said jihad repeatedly, according to police documents.
It was the second time in three years that someone had made his way into the city airports secure area.
Ruben Martinez Jimenez, 36, was arrested Sunday on a misdemeanor trespassing charge. He is being held in lieu of $250,000 bail, according to jail records. That amount is unusually high for a misdemeanor charge.
Officers were dispatched to an airport hangar about 6:20 p.m. Jimenez had entered the property through a fence, the documents said.
In a written statement, Dallas police said Jimenez got on the premises by driving through an open vehicle gate. An employee had opened the gate for him in an attempt to determine what was needed, the statement said.
This area is readily accessible to planes and fuel, police documents said.....
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Obviously just a liberal loon. Real jihadis shout “all of your snack bars!”
Well, that's just racist reporting!
yeah, I thought you went through a fence when you wanted to sell stolen merchandise
They opened the damned gate for him.... We are doomed and the cause of death will be “Stupid”.
Why arrest him? As the administration has informed us, when he was shouting, “jihad!” he was merely shouting “Stuggle for personal improvement!”
“Ruben Martinez Jimenez, 36, was arrested Sunday on a misdemeanor trespassing charge?”.......
Maybe Ruben might have been tipping a few before hand.
Just saying “Jihad” that Americans won’t say.
“Ruben Martinez Jimenez”
Wouldn’t he have been shouting:
“... hihad, hihad... “
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