posted on Feb, 17 2012 @ 04:44 PM
Having read the article and the comments on this, the following can be stated:
The facts of the case are clear cut, a person, who is not a US citizen, seeking to join a known terrorist organization, happens to stumble into what
he believes to be a part of said organization, then conceives to launch an attack on the very door steps of the USA, by detonating a bomb, and thus
becoming a suicide bomber, in an attempt to take out the very leadership of this country. The organization being a group of people who are doing
their job to protect the country, setting up false information to draw out those who would do harm.
Now having stated the facts as we can know them, the reality is what would have been worse, if those who could have prevented such from happening,
doing nothing, or actually taking action and preventing such from happening. It is ultimately a lose/lose situation for the federal government. Do
nothing and get criticism for letting an event happen, or do something and be accused of all sorts of things.
The reality is that the person (s) that are caught up in these kinds of stings are not exactly innocent or the angel as we would be led to believe.
In this case, the person did over stay his visa, and welcome, thus being an illegal immigrant to the USA, he did seek to willfully and knowingly
attempt to commit a crime in the US, while on US soil. He was caught and now is going to have to pay the price, after he is given a trial, and face a
jury. Ultimately, he is still presumed innocent and it would be the governments burden to prove that he is guilty, such being held by a jury. But if
he is found guilty, then perhaps the lesson here is, if you are going to break the law, don’t. If you are a guest in a country, not a legal
resident, maybe being a good citizen would go a lot further, than trying to break the law. After all what do you think would happen if it was say, a
citizen of the USA in a foreign country and breaks their laws? Do you not think that they would throw the book at that person and then imprison him
for a good long while, or do you think that they would say it is a false flag situation and give him a free pass?
Until there is proof that this is a false flag situation, perhaps it would be more prudent to watch and see what evidence comes up.