One Boston Massacre terrorist is dead, under suspicious circumstances. We saw the second terrorist—Dzhokhar Tsarnaev—literally shut down an entire metropolitan area for over twenty-four hours. And now he’s under lock and key, whisked away from the public eye.
America saw what martial law looked like as light-armored tanks roamed the streets and hundreds of special forces conducted a house-to-house search, looking for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, apparently a punk kid.
Except martial law was never declared. Except America wondered: if one nineteen-year-old kid could shut down an entire metropolitan area, what could a small contingent of al-Qaeda jihadis do? Was this the future of America under a President who declared in 2008 that he would make peace with the Muslim world?
What exactly is going on? Is there some type of cover-up? Why was the initial suspect (the Saudi national Abdul Rahman Ali Alharbi’s) apartment searched? Why was he declared a “person of interest,” then suddenly widely reported to be being deported, to which ICE stated the information was “categorically false.” Janet Napolitano, in a fiery exchange during congressional hearings, refused to answer whether the information was true or not.
But according to a Congressional Source, the information is in fact categorically true—that Alharbi is in fact linked to the Boston terrorist attack.
It was reported on April 18 according to an FBI source that the Obama administration had classified the specifics of the deportation. It was also reported that Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) had classified the matter under section 212 3B, “Security and related grounds/Terrorist activities.”
We know, according to radical Islamist expertWalid Shoebat, that Alharbi has at least a dozen members of his clan connected to al-Qaeda, including members behind held at Gitmo.