Not exactly convincing evidence. It means she doesn’t dust and let’s her husband use her computer.
I hate to admit it...but I sometimes use my wife’s laptop. I don’t think this is much evidence on her....just my humble opinion.
That was my thought. He certainly could have used a computer that was hers. My other thought was that anyone stupid enough to dress in Muslim costume and be inducted into the Killer cult is probably stupid enough to help him build a bomb.
But then I am biased, especially against women who marry these jihadists.
True that it’s not convincing especially when she was said to work 80 hours a week.
I think she was a total dupe. She had the child and there’s a great urge to preserve a family for a child. Her husband was a loser for sure and we can speculate that eventually the wife would have left him.
Still the horror, even if innocent, that she could be implicated via this evidence will send a message to all other ‘nice girls’ to avoid Islam and its Jihad or any cult that isolates and shutters people up.
I really can’t imagine what she saw in him other than ‘he was there’ and they had relations. He likely charmed her and tied the knot with a pregnancy. She went along and even converted to this insane and false religion. Much like other ‘nice girls’ get captured by Scientology or some other form of path to ‘spiritual enlightment’. She was young and stupid, just as many of us were in years past.
>>>Not exactly convincing evidence. It means she doesnt dust and lets her husband use her computer.<<<
You might be kidding. Imagine your spouse missing for 6 months in Asscrackistan and then builds a dozen of bombs at your apartment. It might be an exotic case of eye and ear disorder, let alone a loss of your mind to miss it.
She probably bought the pressure cookers and she knew damn well what was going on.
“Not exactly convincing evidence. It means she doesnt dust and lets her husband use her computer.”
While she was at work 80 hours a week as a nurse’s aide.