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Originally posted by the_sentinal
one of the missing student has been caught and is in police custody wonder what information they'll get out of him here's the story........cbs4denver.com...
Eslam Ibrahim Mohamed El-Dessouki, 21, was taken into custody in Minnesota on what was termed an administrative immigration violation as an out-of-status student, according to the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security.
Two other students, whose names were not yet released, turned themselves into authorities in New Jersey.
“In response to hearing in the media that they should turn themselves in to the nearest police station, they did just that,” said Steven Siegel, a spokesman for the FBI’s Newark office.
The students are not suspected of any link to terrorism, he said. They turned themselves in at the Manville police headquarters.
They were being held on immigration charges. Their names were not released.
Earlier in the day, one of the other missing students was arrested in Minneapolis, the FBI said.
same as Moussaui and others, along with the other radical views in that town and state. Look into where they worked at the school together, and how he was refused entry to the stadium.
Does anyone else find it slightly disturbing that only 2 were in New Jersy and one was in Minnesota.. . . that they are not all together? How do 11 people decide to go awol in different directions all at the same time?
Originally posted by Valhall
YAY! I'm glad this situation is resolved. It was disconcerting with the impending anniversary and the national connection these students had to a few of the 9/11 hijackers.
I'm also glad to learn that some one is actually trying to keep up with matters these days. It seems our agencies actually learned something!
Originally posted by Corgidancer
Now they have 6 of the eleven who were missing from the original group of 17 students headed to Montana. Two were found in New Jersey, 1 in Minnesota, 2 in a Maryland town, and 1 in Chicago, Illinois.