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  • 37 months for brother of man who 'exploded' at OU game [Joel Hinrichs]

    10/05/2007 11:48:24 PM PDT · by RightOnTheLeftCoast · 58 replies · 1,947+ views
    Rocky Mountain News ^ | 5 Oct 07 | Sara Burnett
    37 months for brother of man who 'exploded' at OU game By Sara Burnett, Rocky Mountain News October 5, 2007 A Colorado Springs man whose brother blew himself up outside an Oklahoma football game in 2005 was sentenced to 37 months in federal prison today for threatening an FBI agent. U.S. District Judge Robert E. Blackburn called Thomas C. Hinrichs, who had an AK-47 assault rifle and other paramilitary gear in his car when he was arrested, "a time bomb for our community." He also said Hinrichs should have a full mental evaluation and treatment while in prison and be...
  • University Memorialized Suicide Bomber

    04/29/2007 7:31:47 PM PDT · by Mobile Vulgus · 43 replies · 1,160+ views
    Men's News Daily ^ | 4/29/07 | Warner Todd Huston
    Here is another example of why our Universities are so antithetical to American values that they are dangerous to society... Apparently, the University of Oklahoma is putting up a memorial to a fool who blew himself up when a homemade bomb he assembled went off while he held it as he attended a football game in the University stadium. Fortunately, he only killed himself and not anyone around him. To this kid we should be saying good riddance and he should be quickly forgotten. But here is the U of O mourning this idiot's death as if he were some...
  • OU Bomber's Memorial Stone Causes Shock

    04/26/2007 3:58:12 PM PDT · by JustaCowgirl · 42 replies · 1,930+ views
    The Oklahoman ^ | 04/26/2007 | Nolan Clay
    <p>NORMAN — The University of Oklahoma has put outside the student union a patio stone engraved with the name of the student suicide bomber.</p> <p>"I was just kind of horrified,” said OU football fan Jenny Clemons, who spotted the stone after OU's Red-White game April 7. "I don't think he has any business being out here.”</p>
  • Sudden Jihad Syndrome

    03/07/2007 6:14:52 PM PST · by PRePublic · 3 replies · 352+ views
    Catholic Friends of Israel ^ | February 26, 2007
    Sudden Jihad Syndrome http://cfoiblog.blogspot.com/2007/02/sudden-jihad-syndrome.html Monday, February 26, 2007 Sudden Jihad Syndrome Evidently this mental/emotional malady is on the rise: Sudden Jihad Syndrome It looks like the Muslim teen who opened fire on shoppers in a Salt Lake City mall is yet another case of “sudden jihad syndrome,” a condition in which normal-appearing American Muslims abruptly turn violent. Taken together, this and other cases add up to an invisible jihad inside America. But don’t tell that to the FBI. The politically correct bureau does everything it can to avoid recognizing the obvious Islamic factor in these heinous crimes. Sulejman Talovic, an...
  • Brother of OU bomber charged again

    12/07/2006 6:30:04 AM PST · by JustaCowgirl · 31 replies · 1,195+ views
    Tulsa World ^ | 12/06/06 | Correspondent reports
    DENVER -- The brother of a University of Oklahoma student who blew himself up outside the OU football stadium last year has been charged with threatening a second FBI agent. The additional charge against Thomas Carlisle "Tom" Hinrichs of Colorado Springs is contained in an indictment that was made public Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Denver. Hinrichs originally was charged Nov. 21 with threatening during Nov. 15-16 interrogations to assault or murder an FBI agent identified only as "Todd" in Colorado Springs. The new charge alleges that Hinrichs threatened in an Oct. 12 telephone call to "bury" William Burruel,...
  • Brother Of Univ. Of Oklahoma Bomber Held

    11/22/2006 5:53:54 PM PST · by Extremely Extreme Extremist · 49 replies · 2,092+ views
    CBS 4 DENVER ^ | 22 NOVEMBER 2006 | AP
    Hinrichs' Brother Made Alleged Threat (AP) COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. -- A man whose brother blew himself up outside the University of Oklahoma's packed football stadium last year has been arrested on suspicion of threatening to assault an FBI agent in Colorado. The FBI said Thomas Carlisle Hinrichs, 25, of Colorado Springs made the threat last week after he was arrested by police for allegedly assaulting his father. The FBI also said the younger Hinrichs had been under investigation for allegedly threatening the government. Hinrichs was being held Wednesday in the El Paso County jail. His brother, Joel "Joe" Henry...
  • OU death not linked to terrorism

    07/16/2006 9:04:08 AM PDT · by MizSterious · 153 replies · 2,483+ views
    http://www.newsok.com/article/2773138 ^ | Sun July 16, 2006 | Nolan Clay
    OU death not linked to terrorism By Nolan Clay The FBI concluded a University of Oklahoma student who blew himself up last year on campus was not a terrorist, the top agent in Oklahoma says. "We have no evidence he had a social or political agenda that he was trying to bring attention to," said Salvador Hernandez, the FBI's special agent in charge in Oklahoma. "We don't consider this terrorism the way we define it," he said. "There would have to be a cause." Joel "Joe" Henry Hinrichs III, an engineering student, died Oct. 1 when his bomb went off...
  • FBI warns of terror threat at sporting events

    03/10/2006 3:56:14 PM PST · by nwctwx · 145 replies · 4,567+ views
    (3/10/06) - With college basketball championships underway around the country, the FBI has warned stadium operators of a possible suicide bomb attack at sporting events. In a directive issued today, obtained by ABC News, the FBI says a posting on an extremist message board "advocated suicide attacks against sporting events as a cost-effective means of killing thousands of Americans." The FBI and the Department of Homeland Security say they cannot confirm the credibility of the threat or whether the message is affiliated with al Qaeda. The FBI says the Internet posting said the suicide attacks would be justified because the...
  • Expert Tells Norman City Council Oklahoma Univ. Bomb Explosion An Accident )

    03/01/2006 3:35:38 PM PST · by Shermy · 59 replies · 1,368+ views
    KOCO TV ^ | March 1, 2005
    NORMAN, Okla. -- A University of Oklahoma student who blew himself up outside a packed Gaylord Family/Oklahoma Memorial Stadium probably didn't commit suicide, a Norman police bomb expert said. "I believe he accidentally blew himself up," Sgt. George Mauldin said Tuesday of Joel Henry Hinrichs III, a 21-year-old engineering student who died in the explosion Oct. 1. When asked if he believed Hinrichs meant to enter the stadium with the explosives, Mauldin said, "I don't believe he intended for an explosion to occur at that spot (on a nearby park bench)." Hinrichs, of Colorado Springs, Colo., had two to three...
  • OU bombing accidental, experts say

    03/01/2006 8:01:51 AM PST · by cashion · 90 replies · 2,638+ views
    The Oklahoman ^ | March 1, 2006 | Jane Glenn Cannon
    NORMAN - A Norman police bomb expert said Tuesday he does not believe University of Oklahoma student Joel Henry Hinrichs III committed suicide by blowing himself up outside a packed football stadium. "I believe he accidentally blew himself up," Sgt. George Mauldin said. Mauldin said Hinrichs, 21, an engineering student, had two to three pounds of triacetone triperoxide, commonly known as TATP, in a backpack in his lap when it exploded Oct. 1. When asked if he believed Hinrichs meant to enter the stadium with the explosives, Mauldin replied, "I don't believe he intended for an explosion to occur at...
  • From OU to Algeria?

    01/12/2006 7:33:03 PM PST · by Jonathan Rude · 236+ views
    Tapscott's Copy Desk ^ | 1/12/0 | Mark Tapscott
    Note the reference to three Algerian terrorist plotters with al Qaeda links who were arrested in Italy last month for planning attacks on U.S. stadiums and other targets. Now, watch this news report by Oklahoma reporter Tamara Pratt at News9 and note the destination on the plane tickets for Joel Hinrich's roomie, which were reportedly found in the apartment the two men shared.
  • How Normal Is Norman?

    01/11/2006 7:27:58 PM PST · by concretebob · 96 replies · 2,064+ views
    WomensWallStreet.com ^ | 04 January 2006 | Annie Jacobsen
    Norman, Oklahoma (population 100,923), is as American heartland as it gets. So on October 1, 2005, when Joel Hinrichs III, a 21-year-old Colorado Springs, Colorado engineering student at the University of Oklahoma strapped explosives to his body and blew himself up outside the college stadium where 84,000 fans were watching a Saturday-night football game, thus earning the town the distinction as home to America's first suicide bomber, I was, well, curious. Within 24 hours of the event, three players in the unfolding story issued statements aimed at quashing rumors that the bombing was terrorist related. University President David Boren, in...
  • THE OU BOMBER PAPERS: NO CLOSURE

    11/29/2005 3:39:51 PM PST · by Arizona · 48 replies · 1,709+ views
    michellemalkin.com ^ | November 29, 2005 03:58 PM | By Michelle Malkin
    On Nov. 18, U.S. Magistrate Judge Valerie K. Couch released previously sealed records related to the FBI/Joint Terrorism Task Force search of Oklahoma University bomber Joel Hinrichs' apartment, his e-mail account and nine OU computers. I obtained the nearly 350 pages of unsealed court documents just before Thanksgiving last week and reviewed them over the weekend (a big thank you to Cheryl in Judge Couch's office and TaraLeigh Teupker of Business Courier Service of Oklahoma City for their prompt responses and assistance). It would have been nice if an MSM outlet with boundless time, resources, and manpower--say, CBS News--had made...
  • Highly explosive material found in apartment of Colorado man who blew self up near football game

    11/19/2005 2:46:51 PM PST · by Fizzie · 125 replies · 3,410+ views
    9news ^ | 11/19/05 | AP wire
    OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - FBI agents found the same type of volatile high explosive believe to have been used in the suicide bombings in London inside the apartment of a University of Oklahoma student who blew himself up near a packed football stadium, according to newly released documents. The FBI also discovered "explosive experiments and paraphernalia" and 0.4 pounds of a white powder that turned out to be triacetone triperoxide, or TATP, which is composed of hydrogen peroxide and acetone, according to warrants to search the home of Joel Henry Hinrichs III. The documents were made public Friday after U.S....
  • Under Scrutiny - Members of the collective report several encounters with the FBI

    11/07/2005 9:05:05 AM PST · by LibertyRocks · 41 replies · 1,970+ views
    OU Daily ^ | November 6, 2005 | by Brianna Bailey
    Two former OU students accused of breaking into OU’s underground tunnel network are members of a local activist group that claims it has been harassed by the FBI. Group members said they were questioned by FBI agents about Joel Henry Hinrichs III and the books they own. Christopher Boyce, 24, and James Kent Eldridge, 21, who are both charged with second-degree burglary and conspiracy to commit second-degree burglary, belonged to the Greenbriar Collective, a group that practices organic gardening and operates a lending library out of a house in east Norman. According to the Cleveland County District Attorney’s office, Boyce...
  • "Biohazard" Break-in

    11/04/2005 9:57:10 AM PST · by LibertyRocks · 33 replies · 1,731+ views
    Oklahoma Gazette ^ | November 2, 2005 | Ben Fenwick
    Prosecutors are considering felony charges for an OU campus burglary. ‘The circumstances of today’s environment caused everybody to look at it in a worst case scenario framework,’ an assistant district attorney says. ----------------------- Two men arrested for breaking into maintenance tunnels beneath the University of Oklahoma and burglarizing a biology building entered a room marked “biohazard,” according to the Cleveland County District Attorney’s office. Cleveland County assistant district attorney Rick Sitzman said Christopher Boyce, 24, and James Kent Eldridge, 21, broke into an opening into a tunnel network beneath the university, made their way underground into the Richards Hall zoology...
  • Police Bust Fake ID Ring

    11/01/2005 10:16:34 AM PST · by LibertyRocks · 53 replies · 4,070+ views
    KOCO Channel 5 News ^ | 11/01/2005 | KOCO Ch.5
    NORMAN, Okla. -- Hundreds of students are now under investigation after fake IDs are found on the University of Oklahoma campus. Police said the latest rash of fake IDs have come from Dallas and that an OU fraternity member is selling the bogus Texas driver's licenses for about $100 each. Experts say these IDs are so close to the real thing that they're virtually undetectable. "The ones coming out of Texas are really good, and they're getting better," said O'Connell's bartender Todd Emerson. Emerson has confiscated dozens of fake IDs at the Norman pub. "Most of these IDs are pretty...
  • Has Terrorism Returned to America’s Heartland?

    10/26/2005 12:40:47 PM PDT · by LibertyRocks · 139 replies · 3,186+ views
    CBN News ^ | Erick Stakelbeck
    OKLAHOMA CITY, Oklahoma - Has terrorism returned to the Oklahoma City area? That is what folks in Norman have been asking, ever since a 21-year-old student at the University of Oklahoma killed himself in what some are calling an attempted homicide bombing. On Saturday, October 1, engineering major Joel Hinrichs detonated a homemade bomb near Memorial Stadium, where 84,000 fans were watching the hometown Sooners take on Kansas State. That was just a hundred yards from a newly replaced bench -- it was there, just before halftime, that a powerful explosion ripped through the entire area, taking Hinrichs with it....
  • OU takes extra security precautions

    10/21/2005 2:27:41 AM PDT · by LibertyRocks · 32 replies · 1,191+ views
    OU Daily ^ | October 19, 2005 | Scooby Axson
    Additional bomb scares have increased safety measures by Scooby Axson October 19, 2005 After the Oct. 1 explosion outside Oklahoma Memorial Stadium and three additional bomb scares on or near university campuses in the following two weeks, OU officials are taking extra safety precautions. OU Department of Public Safety officials said officers will take additional security precautions at Saturday’s game against Baylor University, the first home game since Oct. 1. OU President David L. Boren sent a letter to season ticket holders explaining the stadium’s security measures. “Your safety while on the OU campus will always remain our top priority,”...
  • Not the terrorist you were looking for … move along (OU Bombing)

    10/17/2005 10:54:26 AM PDT · by MizSterious · 19 replies · 2,045+ views
    Oklahoma Gazette ^ | October 12, 2005 | N/A
    Not the terrorist you were looking for … move along Flash! The FBI did not find something. They didn’t. Now will you go away? This no-shinola news flash was brought to you on the Oct. 5 front page of The Oklahoman following revelations that a guy who was not a suicide bomber appears to have blown himself up on game day at the University of Oklahoma. The case is that of Joel Henry Hinrichs III, a youth described as a brilliant but apparently-you-better-believe-it troubled young man who took what officials described as a hydrogen peroxide bomb, strapped it to his...