(Apparently the primary qualification for making someone a terrorism suspect is their ability to be manipulated into becoming their patsy. Nice.)
from the AP
An early FBI assessment of a teenager agents thought was a potential terrorist threat has given ammunition to both prosecution and defense attorneys in an Oregon terrorism trial.
Mohamed Mohamud was 17-years-old in the summer of 2009, when he captured the FBI’s attention by corresponding with a Saudi Arabian man sought by Interpol on terrorism charges.
In an email assessment of Mohamud, FBI Special Agent Isaac DeLong told colleagues Mohamud was “conflicted and manipulable,” but his writings for an online English-language jihadi magazine praising 9/11 concerned him.
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