3 of Newberg 4 Given 25 Years for FBI Manufactured Plot – State Says “The fact that it was fake doesn’t matter”

by Scott Creighton

John Brennon nearly gave it away when he said…

“This is the first counter-terrorism strategy that focuses on the ability of Al-Qaeda and its network (the terrorists) to inspire people in the United States to attack us from within, ” U.S. Deputy National Security Advisor

Yes, the terrorists are inspiring people to carry out attacks from within. The FBI is doing it.

Shahid Hussain, a Pakistani immigrant, was paid $100,000 cash to put together a patsy team to take the fall for a much needed homegrown terror plot so he went out and found 4 semi-literate New Yorkers, promised them cars and cash, gave them fake bombs, and planned out the entire “attack” on Jewish Synagogues.  Then Hussain served as the lead witness in the court cases against the 4 men and who knows whether or not he was completely honest in his testimony. Fact is, he was paid 100 grand to set up the four men for conviction so he obviously had a stake in seeing them convicted.

The federal judge said outrageous government behavior was exercised in the case, but really, is this all that surprising in post 9/11 America? Think about all the other outrageous government behavior that has been overlooked in the past 10 years.

The judge said that these guys would not and could not have planned or carried out this plot on their own while the state claimed that if it had gone through, their own plan to attack Jewish people in New York, then it would have been a colossal attack. They also said the fact that the whole thing was fake doesn’t matter.

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4 Responses

  1. There’s some serious, long-term gold can be made off this kind of outrageous government behavior. Federal time runs long. Inmate family ties run deep. Businesses local to a federal lock-up can mine that, cash in on it, take it to the bank, and be told to feel OK about it.

    Some do.

    r ap

  2. http://www.slaveuprising.com/

    “None are more hopelessly enslaved than
    those who falsely believe they are free.”
    — Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

  3. Hey Scott, Roy is right about the prison industry being the big growth area of U.S. business. Why don’t the readers of this blog get in on the action? Lets form an investment group to capitalize on this wonderful trend. We could call ourselves “Patsies Inc.” Our corparate motto could be something like, “No plot too ridiculous”, or “There’s nobody who can’t be set up” or “We set’em up and take’m down”. Fascist America is on a roll. Happy 4th of July!

  4. Sorry for the typos, I was in a hurry to get to work today(holiday pay plus overtime!) I feel like one of the Rockefellers. Off topic Scott but I wanted to post this link on the Exchange Stabilization Fund, very interesting http://www.marketskeptics.com/2011/06/the-esf-and-its-history.html PS The F.B.I. sucks.

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