Friday, June 15, 2012

Americans are big fat liars

Please slaves of Allah do your duty for yet another brother arrested on fabricated charges just because he thinks [ Islamic ] which is now a crime ,may Allah SWT strengthen him ameen

Robert E. O’Neill, U.S. Attorney for the Middle District of Florida; Lisa Monaco, Assistant Attorney General for National Security; and Steven E. Ibison, Special Agent in Charge of the FBI Tampa Division anoucced today the arrest of a twenty five-year-old resident of Pinellas Park, Florida, Sami Osmakac, who has been charged in connection with an alleged plot orchestrated and funded by the FBI, to attack locations in Tampa with a vehicle bomb, assault rifle, and other explosives.
Sami Osmakac, a naturalized U.S. citizen who was born in the former Yugoslavia (Kosovo), was arrested Saturday night. He is charged in a criminal complaint in the Middle District of Florida with one count of attempted use of a weapon of mass destruction (explosives) and was scheduled to make his initial appearance 10 January at 2:00 p.m. EST, in federal court, before U.S. Magistrate Judge Anthony Porcelli, in Tampa. If convicted, Osmakac faces a maximum sentence of life in prison and a $250,000 fine.
The arrest of Osmakac was the culmination of yet another FBI generated “terrorist attack” in which Osmakac was closely monitored by law enforcement officials for several months. The dummy explosives and firearms that he allegedly sought and attempted to use were all manufactured and provided by the FBI and were rendered inoperable by law enforcement, which is conducive to the pattern of FBI false flag operations, wherein the government controlled sting poses “no threat to the public” save for the erosion of their civil liberties and terrorising the general population by the inculcation of an atmosphere of fear. 
The use of plants and paid informants from the Muslim community is also a right out of the government’s playbook, as this is one of the hallmarks of such FBI fabrications and “collusion” by the “Muslim Community” has been alluded to by the statements of U.S. Attorney O’Neill and FBI Special Agent in Charge Steven Ibison who stated:
‘The perseverance and diligence of law enforcement caused this investigation to conclude in a successful manner, I would like to commend them for their hard work. This investigation was also predicated, in part, by assistance from the Muslim community. I would like to thank them as well.’
‘The Tampa FBI Division has always considered its relationships with regional community groups throughout Central and Southwest Florida extremely important. In this case, we are grateful for the Muslim community’s continued support. This incident clearly demonstrated how citizens can help law enforcement keep our neighbourhoods and our nation safe’
The intention of the government to mislead the public regarding their campaign of state staged terror attacks is persistently demonstrated by the contrary concept that the public was both at all times safe during the tightly controlled pre-planed plot orchestrated by the FBI, yet at the same time, saved from non-existent danger that only serves to further justify the increasingly fascist overtures of the US government. This was made clear in the comments of Assistant Attorney General Lisa Monaco:
‘The facts as alleged in this case underscore the need for continued vigilance both at home and abroad. Thanks to a coordinated law enforcement effort, this alleged plot was thwarted before anyone was harmed, I applaud the many agents, analysts and prosecutors who worked together to ensure this matter was resolved safely.’
The use of an informant is confirmed by referencing the complaint affidavit against Osmakac which states that in September of 2011, the FBI received information from a confidential human source (CHS) indicating that Osmakac had asked for al-Qaeda flags.
In November 2011, Osmakac and the CHS discussed and identified potential targets, in Tampa, where Osmakac intended on carrying out violent attacks. Osmakac allegedly asked the CHS for help in obtaining firearms and explosives for the attacks. The CHS indicated that they knew someone who might be able to provide firearms and explosives and introduced Osmakac to an FBI paid provocateur.
The complaint alleges that Osmakac met with the FBI paid provocateur, in person, on 21 December 2011, and stated that he wished to acquire an AK-47-style machine gun, Uzi submachine guns, high capacity magazines, grenades and an explosive belt. In a subsequent meeting, Osmakac allegedly provided the FBI paid provocateur with a $500 down payment for an AK-47, multiple homemade explosive grenades and the explosive belt.
According to the complaint, Osmakac also asked the FBI provided “terrorist” whether they could build bombs that could be placed in three different vehicles and detonated remotely, near where Osmakac would conduct a follow-up attack using the other weapons he requested. The FBI facilitator said they could possibly provide explosives for one vehicle. Osmakac also allegedly said that he wanted an explosive belt constructed to kill people.
During a subsequent meeting with the FBI agitator on 1 January 2012, Osmakac allegedly described his attack plans by stating that he wanted to obtain a hotel room; park the vehicle with the bomb in it at his target; leave the area; detonate the car bomb; and then retrieve the weapons and explosives from the hotel room. Among Osmakac’s alleged bomb targets were night clubs in the Ybor City area of Tampa, the operations center of the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office in Ybor City and a business in the South Tampa area of Tampa.
The complaint alleges that, as part of the second portion of his planned attack, Osmakac told the FBI paid provocateur that, after the car bomb was detonated, he wanted to use the explosive belt to ‘get in somewhere where there’s a lot of people’ and take hostages. He allegedly stated that he would then make demands of the FBI to release some prisoners. According to the criminal complaint, when discussing law enforcement officers that might respond to the scene, Osmakac allegedly stated, ‘once I have this . . . they can take me in five million pieces’ in an apparent reference to the explosive belt that would be attached to his waist.
During the 1 January meeting, the FBI paid provacateur noted that Osmakac could change his mind and back out of the plot. According to the complaint, Osmakac immediately shook his head in the negative and stated, ‘We all have to die, so why not die the Islamic way?
On 7 January, 2012, FBI agents arrested Osmakac after he took possession of the explosive devices and firearms that had been procured, produced, provided and rendered inoperable by law enforcement. The complaint alleges that, shortly prior to his arrest, Osmakac made a video of himself explaining his motives for carrying out the planned violent attack.

As events and “evidence” is becomes known to the public it will likely show yet another attack following the pattern of FBI fabricated attacks, instigation and agitation as part of the Bureau’s campaign of terrorising the US public for political and economic gain.

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