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Car-Bomb Suspect to Appear in Court

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posted on May, 4 2010 @ 08:56 AM

Car-Bomb Suspect to Appear in Court

An American man of Pakistani descent taken into custody in connection with the botched car bombing in New York City's Times Square was due to appear in court Tuesday.

The man, a U.S. citizen who had recently returned from a trip to Pakistan, was identified by officials as 30-year-old Faisal Shahzad. He was detained at 11:45 p.m. Monday night at John F. Kennedy Airport in New York before an overseas flight. Attorney General Eric Holder said at a news conference early Tuesday morning that Mr. Shahzad was preparing to fly to Dubai.

Mr. Shahzad, who was born in Karachi and left Pakistan at
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posted on May, 4 2010 @ 08:56 AM

Law enforcement agents worked Monday at an around-the-clock center set up at the FBI's New York headquarters to coordinate the Times Square bomb probe.

Police officers stand guard in Times Square on Monday.

I wonder if this Pakistani-born U.S. national, Faisal Shahzad, is an Al-CIA-da operative?

Probably a sloppy one or a mere patsy.
(visit the link for the full news article)

posted on May, 4 2010 @ 09:15 AM
reply to post by ironfalcon

Or another scenario is, there are real terrorist out there.

[edit on 093131p://bTuesday2010 by Stormdancer777]

posted on May, 4 2010 @ 10:33 AM
reply to post by Stormdancer777

He's probably the member of an amateur cell, like the one that tried to attack the airport in Scotland awhile back.

This means there are probabaly two to three others still running around.

posted on May, 4 2010 @ 04:01 PM

Originally posted by MikeboydUS
reply to post by Stormdancer777

He's probably the member of an amateur cell, like the one that tried to attack the airport in Scotland awhile back.

This means there are probabaly two to three others still running around.

Two or three, OK

1. 13 Dec 1921: bombing of Bolgard palace in Bessarabia (modern Moldova) (100)
2. 16 Apr 1925: bombing of cathedral in Sophia, Bulgaria (160)
3. 18 May 1973: mid-air bombing of Aeroflot airliner, Siberia (100)
4. 4 Dec 1977: crash of hijacked Malaysian airliner near Malaysia (100)
5. 20 Aug 1978: arson of theater in Abadan, Iran (477)
6. 20 Nov-5 Dec 1979: hostage taking at Grand Mosque in Mecca, Saudi Arabia (includes 87 terrorists killed) (240)
7. 23 Sep 1983: crash of Gulf Air flight following mid-air bombing over the UAE (112)
8. 23 Oct 1983: truck bombings of U.S. Marine and French barracks, Beirut, Lebanon (301)
9. 14 May 1985: armed attack on crowds in Anuradhapura, Sri Lanka (150)
10. 23 Jun 1985: mid-air bombing of Air India flight off Ireland, and attempted bombing of second flight in Canada (331)
11. 18 Apr 1987: roadway ambush near Alut Oya, Sri Lanka (127)
12. 21 Apr 1987: bombing of bus depot in Columbo, Sri Lanka (106)
13. 29 Nov 1987: mid-air bombing of Korean Air flight near Burma (115)
14. 21 Dec 1988: mid-air bombing of Pan Am flight over Lockerbie, Scotland (270)
15. 19 Sep 1989: mid-air bombing of French UTA flight near Bilma, Niger (171)
16. 27 Nov 1989: mid-air bombing of Avianca flight in Bogota, Columbia (110)
17. 3 Aug 1990: armed attack at two mosques in Kathankudy, Sri Lanka (140)
18. 13 Aug 1990: armed attack at mosque in Eravur, Sri Lanka (122)
19. 2 Oct 1990: crash of hijacked PRC airliner in Guangzhou, PRC (132)
20. 12 Mar 1993: 15 bombings in Bombay, India (317)
21. 22 Sep 1993: crash of airliner struck by missile in Sukhumi, Georgia (106)
22. 19 Apr 1995: truck bombing of federal building, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA (169)
23. 14-19 June 1996: hostage taking in Budennovsk, Russia, and two failed rescue attempts (143)
24. 23 Nov 1996: crash of hijacked Ethiopian Air flight off Comoros (127)
25. 29 Aug 1997: attacks at Sidi Moussa and Hais Rais, Algeria (238)
26. 22 Sep 1997: attack at Ben Talha, Algeria (277)
27. 30 Dec 1997: attack at Ami Moussa, Algeria (272)
28. 4 Jan 1998: attacks at Had Chekala, Remka, and Ain Tarik, Algeria (172)
29. 11 Jan 1998: attack on movie theater and mosque at Sidi Hamed, Algeria (103)
30. 8 Aug 1998: truck bombings of U.S. embassies in Nairobi, Kenya, and Dar es Saalam, Tanzania (303)
31. 13 Sep 1999: bombing of apartment building in Moscow, Russia (130)
32. 31 Oct 1999: intentional crash of Egypt Air flight off Massachusetts, USA, by pilot (217)
33. 10 Aug 2001: attack on train south of Luanda, Angola (152)
34. 11 Sep 2001: crashing of hijacked planes into World Trade Center, New York City, New York, Pentagon in Alexandria, Virginia, and site in Pennsylvania, USA (2,993)
35. 12 Oct 2002: car bombing outside nightclub in Kuta, Indonesia (202)
36. 26 Oct 2002: hostage taking and attempted rescue in theater in Moscow, Russia (includes 41 terrorists killed) (170)
37. 29 Aug 2003: car bombing outside mosque in Najaf, Iraq (125)
38. 1 Feb 2004: two suicide bombings of political party offices in Irbil, Iraq (109)
39. 21 Feb 2004: armed attack and arson at refugee camp, Uganda (239)
40. 27 Feb 2004: bombing and fire on ferry near Manila, Philippines (118)
41. 2 Mar 2004: multiple suicide bombings at shrines in Kadhimiya and Karbala, Iraq (188)
42. 11 Mar 2004: bombings of four trains in Madrid, Spain (191)
43. 24 Jun 2004: multiple bombings and armed attacks in several cities in Iraq (103)
44. 1-3 Sep 2004: hostage taking at school in Beslan, Russia (includes 30 terrorists killed) (366)
45. 28 Feb 2005: car bombing outside medical clinic in Hilla, Iraq (135)
46. 14 Sep 2005: multiple suicide bombings and shooting attacks in Baghdad, Iraq (182)
47. 5 Jan 2006: bombings in Karbala, Ramadi, and Baghdad, Iraq (124)
48. 11 Jul 2006: multiple bombings on commuter trains in Mumbai, India (200)
49. 16 Oct 2006: truck bombing of military convoy near Habarana, Sri Lanka (103)
50. 23 Nov 2006: multiple car bombings in Baghdad, Iraq (202)
51. 22 Jan 2007: multiple bombings in Baghdad area, Iraq (101)
52. 3 Feb 2007: truck bombing in market place in Baghdad, Iraq (137)
53. 6 Mar 2007: two bombings and other attacks on pilgrims, Hilla, Iraq (137)
54. 27 Mar 2007: two truck bombings in Tal Afar, Iraq (152)
55. 18 Apr 2007: bombings in Baghdad, Iraq (193)
56. 3-10 Jul 2007: hostage taking and subsequent storming of mosque in Islamabad, Pakistan (102)
57. 7 Jul 2007: bombings in Baghdad and Armili, Iraq (182)
58. 14 Aug 2007: multiple truck bombings in Al-Qataniyah and Al-Adnaniyah, Iraq (520)
59. 18 Oct 2007: bombing of motorcade in Karachi, Pakistan (137)
60. 17 Feb 2008: bombing at dogfighting festival in Kandahar, Afghanistan (105)
61. 26-29 Nov 2008: multiple gun and grenade attacks and hostage takings in Mumbai, India (174)
62. 19 Aug 2009: multiple bombings at government sites in Baghdad, Iraq (102)
63. 25 Oct 2009: two vehicle bombings at government buildings in Baghdad, Iraq (155)
64. 28 Oct 2009: bombing at marketplace in Pakistan (118)
65. 8 Dec 2009: five car bombings in Baghdad, Iraq (127)

Busy little fellows

I am sorry but I think there are terrorist cells and there are more then three.

posted on May, 4 2010 @ 04:13 PM
" The List " of Islamic Terror Attacks from 2009

Worst terrorist strikes--worldwide

compiled by Wm. Robert Johnston
last updated 7 March 2010

Incidents of Mass Casualty Terrorism

compiled by Wm. Robert Johnston
last updated 8 December 2009

20 August 1978--A group of Islamic extremists set fire to a crowded theater in Abadan, Iran. The moviegoers were violating Islamist beliefs by watching movies during the Islamic month of Ramadan. The single exit to the theater was locked with the assistance of a theater employee while the building was set ablaze with incendiary bombs. A small number of occupants were able to escape; most, however, were stampeded or died of smoke inhalation or flames. [5] Fatalities: 477.

20 November 1979--Up to 500 armed gunmen occupied the Grand Mosque in Mecca, Saudi Arabia, taking hundreds of worshippers hostage. Many of the gunmen were connected to Saudi security forces. Saudi troops stormed the mosque on 4-5 December. Hostage casualties included 26 killed and 109 injured; among Saudi soldiers, 127 were killed and 451 injured. At least 87 of the gunmen were killed and at least 40 injured; of those taken into custody, 67 were later simultaneously executed. [6] Fatalities: 240.

23 October 1983--Truck bombs exploded at both the U.S. and French Marine barracks in Beirut, Lebanon. The troops were in Lebanon attempting to help end the civil war/unrest. With Iranian and Syrian support, Islamic Jihad (or HizbAllah) had prepared two vehicles with sophisticated shaped charges of Composition-B. At 6:17 AM a suicide bomber drove a truck with a 300-kg charge into the U.S. Marine barracks near the Beirut airport. The building was partially destroyed, killing 241 American servicemen and injuring 146. Three minutes later, at 6:20 AM, a suicide bomber drove a truck with a 75-kg charge into the French marine barracks, killing 58 and injuring 15. [8] Fatalities: 301.

14 May 1985--Tamil Tigers attacked crowds in Anuradhapura, Sri Lanka, with automatic weapons. Those attacked were mostly Buddhist worshippers and monks at Sri Maha Budhi. The terrorists were dressed in army uniforms and drove through the area firing into crowds. [9] Fatalities: 150.

23 June 1985--An Air India Boeing 747 en route from Montreal, Canada, to London, England, exploded in midair at 7:15 AM off the coast of Ireland, killing all 329 aboard. The aircraft was about 180 km west of Cork, Ireland. About one hour earlier, a suitcase taken off a Canadair flight from Vancouver, Canada, to Tokyo, Japan, exploded at the Vancouver airport. Two baggage handlers were killed and 4 injured. It was concluded that the suitcase bomb exploded prematurely, having been intended for transfer to an Air India flight. Another bomb exploded at the Toyko International Airport before being transfered from a Canadian jetliner to a flight bound for Bombay, India. The Indian government believed Sikh extremists were responsible. [10] Fatalities: 331.

18 April 1987--Tamil Tigers ambushed and attacked Sinhalese on three buses, two trucks, and a private van on a road in Sri Lanka near Alut Oya. Casualties numbered 127 dead and 64 injured. [11] Fatalities: 127.

21 April 1987--Tamil Tigers detonated a bomb at a bus depot in Columbo, Sri Lanka. Casualties numbered 106 dead and 295 injured. This brought a four-day total of 248 killed by Tamil attacks. [12] Fatalities: 106.

21 December 1988--Pam American Flight 103, a Boeing 747, was destroyed in flight by a bomb at 6:56 PM. The plane was en route from London, England, to New York City, carrying holiday and other travelers. An explosive device, using a sophisticated time-delay fuse, had been concealed in a portable radio in luggage originating in Malta and transfered to the flight in Frankfurt, Germany. This exploded in a cargo hold after the 747's departure from London, with the aircraft rapidly disintegrating due to the damage to the fuselage. All 259 aboard were killed, including 189 Americans. The mid-section of the plane impacted the ground in Lockerbie, Scotland, destroying several buildings and killing 11 more people and injuring 12. An intensive investigation eventually identified two Libyan suspects; the Libyan government was implicated by evidence including the timer used in the bomb. In 2004 Libya settled claims stemming from the bombing. [15] Fatalities: 270.

12 March 1993--A series of bombings occurred in Bombay, India. At 1:30 PM a powerful car bomb exploded in the basement of the Mumbai Stock Exchange building in Bombay, India. The 28-story office building housing the exchange was set on fire and many nearby office buildings were also severely damaged. About 50 were killed by this explosion. Thirty minutes later, another car bomb exploded elsewhere in Bombay, and from 1:30 PM to 3:50 PM a total of 13 bombs exploded throughout the city of Bombay. All the bombs used RDX explosive; most were car bombs, while some were in scooters. A bomb on a bus killed 80. Three hotels were struck by suitcase bombs left in rooms booked by the terrorists: Hotel Sea Rock, Hotel Juhu Centaur, and Hotel Airport Centaur (this bomb at 3:50 PM killed 2). Other targets included banks, government offices, an airline office (Air-India Building), and a major shopping complex. Specific sites struck included Zaveri Bazar, Century Bazar, Katha Bazar, Shiv Sena Bhawan, Plaza Theatre, Nair Hospital, J. J. Hospital, and Bombay University. The jeep-bomb at the Century Bazar exploded prematurely, foiling a plot by the departing group of terrorists to conduct an additional attack with automatic weapons. The bombing at Shiv Sena Bhawan caused no injuries. Hand grenades were thrown at Sahar International Airport and at Fishermen's Colony, apparently targeting Hindus at the latter.
Official casualty counts were 257 killed and 713 injured; other sources reported 317 killed and 1,400 injured. Two days later a pair of unexploded bombs were found and defused near a rail station. A local Muslim organized crime family was blamed; the Indian government has concluded that Pakistan is sheltering some of those responsible. By April 88 had been arrested; on 30 June 1995 India placed 124 accused conspirators on trial, eventually trying about 200; on 20 February 2003 India arrested two more men accused of being gang leaders behind the attack. [21] Fatalities: 317.

29 August 1997--Attacks on civilians at Hais Rais and Sidi Moussa, Algeria, killed 238. [27] Fatalities: 238.

22 September 1997--An attack on civilians at Ben Talha, Algeria, killed 277. [28] Fatalities: 277.

30 December 1997--An attack on civilians at Ami Moussa, Algeria, killed 272. [29] Fatalities: 272.

4 January 1998--Attacks at Had Chekala, Remka, and Ain Tarik, Algeria, killed 172. [30] Fatalities: 172.

11 January 1998--Attacks on a movie theater and mosque at Sidi Hamed, Algeria, killed at least 103 and injured 70. [31] Fatalities: 103.

7 August 1998--Two U.S. embassies in Africa were bombed. In the morning a truck carrying what may have been a 500-kg TNT charge was turned away from the front of the U.S. embassy in Nairobi, Kenya. It was then driven to an alley behind the embassy building where it was detonated, following an exchange of gunfire, at 10:30 AM. The Ufundi Building, an office building adjacent to (but unaffiliated with) the U.S. embassy collapsed. Most of the 291 deaths were in that building; 12 Americans in the embassy were killed. Injuries throughout the neighboring blocks totaled 4,877 (including the U.S. ambassador and 5 other Americans), with about 560 serious injuries.
At 10:39 AM, a truck with a similar bomb was confronted by guards outside the U.S. embassy in Dar es Saalam, Tanzania. Access was blocked by a water truck so the bomb was detonated outside the compound. All 12 killed there were Tanzanians. Another 77 were injured, including 1 American. Although the vehicle was outside the perimeter fence the embassy building was severely damaged. The water truck was thrown into the compound and the body of one occupant was never found, prompting speculation that this vehicle was involved. The subsequent investigation concluded the attack was the work of Al Qaeda, a state-supported Islamist terrorist group led by Osama bin Laden. [32] Fatalities: 303.

14 August 2007--Multiple truck bombings in Al-Qataniyah and Al-Adnaniyah, Iraq, killed and injured hundreds. Four truck bombs reportedly carrying 2 tons of explosives were set off within minutes of each other in the two small villages, targeting members of the Yazidi sect in northern Iraq. Early reports said the trucks were gas tankers, but later reports indicated they were garbage trucks driven into the two villages and announced to be carrying food rations; after crowds gathered around the trucks, they were detonated. Hundreds of clay houses were destroyed, burying many victims. Both villages were largely destroyed, with 1,000 houses destroyed and 500 damaged. On 17 August the Sinjar governor reported that 344 were known dead, with 400 injured and 70 others missing. Subsequent estimates of the number of fatalities ranged from 360 to 500. On 21 August the Iraqi Red Crescent Society reported that between 500 and 525 were killed and 1,500 injured, of which perhaps 300 were injured seriously. Of 300 patients transported to Sinjar, all had been taken home by relatives by 21 August, most fearing for their safety; 15 remained hospitalized at Tal Afar. [61] Fatalities: 520.

posted on May, 4 2010 @ 05:13 PM
reply to post by Stormdancer777

I think you misunderstood what I said. Don't let defensiveness to posters in denial cause misreading of other posts that agree with you.

I agree there are more cells. Tons more, both inactive cells and potential cells.

I'm just saying this specific cell probably has just two to three other members still running around.

posted on May, 4 2010 @ 05:33 PM
Sorry if this is slightly off-topic, but I need to understand one thing: How come they have video of the arrested man standing next to the SUV with the bomb and use this evidence to drag him into court, yet there is no video of the van arriving/someone exiting?

I hope there is at least an official explanation and "they" don't assume we just buy that without inquiry!?

posted on May, 5 2010 @ 12:00 AM

How come they have video of the arrested man standing next to the SUV with the bomb and use this evidence to drag him into court, yet there is no video of the van arriving/someone exiting?


NY "Bomber" - A False Flag Operation?

Published: May 04, 2010

By Ian Brockwell

With so many crimes taking weeks, months or even years to solve, it always amazes me how the authorities manage to catch "terrorists" so quickly. We can all no doubt remember how fast the authorities managed to provide photos and names of the 9/11 attackers, and the discovery of vital evidence in and around the scene (an intact passport found on the ground and a copy of the Koran conveniently left behind in a car for example).

Initially, we were led to believe that the person connected to the vehicle left in Times Square was a white male aged around 40, who we saw on a CCTV video taking off a shirt and looking back at the vehicle in question. However, this suddenly became a 30-year-old American who was born in Pakistan (and had a lot more hair on his head than the man in the CCTV video). In a very short time the authorities managed to find out that this was Faisal Shahzad, who apparently received bomb-making training in Waziristan, Pakistan. He was also caught on a plane that was just about to take-off. According to reports, Faisal Shahzad was placed on the US no-fly list just hours before he was arrested, but somehow managed to get on the plane heading for Dubai. How many times have we heard that before?

If we are to believe all that we are told, Mr. Shahzad is either the most stupid terrorist we have seen lately, or he intentionally wanted to get caught? Let's take a closer look at the "facts".
(visit the link for the full news article)

[edit on 5-5-2010 by uflinks]

[edit on 5-5-2010 by uflinks]

posted on May, 5 2010 @ 04:27 AM
Well, duh.

I was just curious as to how this tale unraveled on the official side of things, since I only read alternative media on the topic. So they don't even bother to cover this up any more? They haven't at least claimed camera malfunction or a tape change or whatever during the arrival of the vehicle after or whilst releasing the security footage?

posted on May, 5 2010 @ 01:24 PM
my prayers out to the people united states goverment caught this plot in new york and hope the rest those people are help this get the message what
president of the united states says and it can happen in my country canada
etc the speech he say was great hope other world leaders listen to that
and do it same people who hear it on t v that day
brave people are fighting war on terrorism oversea and our homeland where they
lived that country they will have guard up high no matter who they claim to be

[edit on 06/05/2006 by bartgirl]

posted on May, 5 2010 @ 01:30 PM
reply to post by Stormdancer777

Just to prove a point ha?

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