Media Blackout follows arrest of Iraqi in Social Security Bombing

Media Blackout follows arrest of Iraqi in Social Security Bombing

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MEDIA BLACKOUT Ensues– Post Arrest of Iraqi refugee for bombing Arizona Social Security office with IED
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Abdullatif Aldosary of Coolidge, AZ 47 years old, Iraqi Refugee
Abdullatif Aldosary of Coolidge, AZ 47 years old, Iraqi Refugee

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UPDATED (8:25p EDT): I just spoke again with my contact in the FBI Phoenix field office (who is not authorized to speak on behalf of the FBI office) that it is highly unlikely that Aldosary will be charged with any terrorism offense. While they are internally treating it like a domestic terrorism investigation, including looking at if he had any help constructing the explosive device, the FBI is saying very little and and will prosecute this as a simple explosives and arson case because of ‘the political sensitivities involved’.

Original Post: The typically quiet town of Casa Grande, Arizona was rocked by an explosion at the local Social Security Administration office early Friday morning by what appears to an improvised explosive device (IED). No one was hurt in the explosion, which occurred shortly before the office was scheduled to open. The explosion was reportedly heard and felt all over the area.

While the little town of Casa Grande and the nearby Phoenix area is talking about the incident, virtually no one else is. In fact, the only reason I was following the story is because I’m presently in the area and saw the initial reports on the explosion and continued to look into it .

Within 90 minutes of the explosion police had a suspect in custody. But you wouldn’t know it from reading the establishment media reports this past weekend. One reason might be the suspect is 47 year-old Abdullatif Aldosary of Coolidge, AZ, an Iraqi refugee….

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With Islam being labeled as the “religion of peace” and since the FBI is hesitant to charge domestic terrorist and Iraqi refugee, Abdullatif Aldosary with terrorism, does that mean that Americans should expect this attack on U. S. soil to be labeled workplace violence?

How many Americans must die before the cover-ups, media blackouts are finally discontinued, and the perpetrators held accountable?

 

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