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    Refugee Living in Arizona Caught in FBI Sting Making Two BOMBS; Media Ignores

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    Refugee Living in Arizona Caught in FBI Sting Making Two BOMBS; Media Ignores

    By Nick Arama|October 31st, 2018|0 Comments

    Someone page CNN Don Lemon and hand him this story. Lemon made a comment this week that the “biggest threat to the country is from white men” and “we must do something about them.” Someone want to tell him it isn’t about race, but about being either mentally ill or being hopped up on an extremist ideology.
    Yes, there can be dangerous folks among refugees. Which is why you have to do your best to vet people, not let them come in illegally. Even then, folks like this guy can still slip through.
    This story probably wouldn’t get any attention at all from media because it doesn’t help the narrative.
    From Daily Wire:
    Federal law enforcement officials arrested an Iraqi refugee living in the United States this week after he built bombs in Las Vegas that he planned to use in a terrorist attack, according to court documents.
    In a sting operation on Monday, FBI agents thwarted the alleged attack by Ahmad Suhad Ahmad — who allegedly showed undercover FBI how to construct C-4 bombs.

    He taught undercover FBI operatives how to make remote-detonating bombs and how to detonate them using a cell phone.
    The undercover agents said that Ahmad taught them how to build a car bomb at his apartment in Tucson and met with them multiple times to discuss logistics.
    The documents state that Ahmad first told a source back in December 2016 that he had knowledge about detonating bombs and provided the source instructions in Arabic on his cell phone and an image of explosive materials. In April 2017, Ahmad began to reveal plans for a potential terror attack or assassination.
    He even traveled to Las Vegas to meet with FBI operatives and sources. Con

    From Daily Mail:
    The documents state that as part of the plan Ahmad agreed to travel to Las Vegas to make the bomb. He traveled to Sin City with two confidential FBI sources and two undercover agents on April 26, 2017.
    The Iraqi national brought with him a number of his own items to make the bomb, including a circuit tester, electrical tape, and tubes of Permatex Epoxy – a strong adhesive.
    ‘The undercover agents brought the other items required to build the bomb, which were obtained by a list provided by Ahmad,’ the documents state. The group all went to a condominium in Vegas and over the course of several hours Ahmad built the bomb, while describing what he was doing to undercover agents.

    After constructing the first device the document claims, Ahmad then ‘guided’ an undercover agent on how to make a second device. ‘Once both devices were completed, Ahmad explained how they operated,’ the paperwork ended. DailyMail.com has learned Ahmad, who ran a mechanic shop in Tuscon, was a refugee who arrived in the US from Iraq more than ten years ago.
    Ahmad who runs a mechanic shop came to the United States from Iraq more than ten years ago, according to the Daily Mail. He also posted a picture of himself on Facebook with children with a graphic, “I stand with refugees.”
    This is just one of the terrorist cases that the FBI has been dealing with.
    While the authorities have not outlined what the motivations were in this case and no indication that he was connected to ISIS, many of those terrorist cases do have to do with ISIS or other radical Islamic ideology.
    While the U.S. has now essentially defeated ISIS in the field, FBI Director Christopher Wray explained at the end of last year, “As we speak, the [FBI] has about 1,000 active ISIS investigations in all 50 states.”

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    Refugee Thought He Was Teaching Terrorists To Build Bombs, But They Were FBI


    by Sandy Malone

    Ahmad Suhad Ahmad was arrested after a long investigation, during which he taught undercover agents how to build bombs.

    Tucson, AZ – An Iraqi refugee who traveled from Arizona to Las Vegas to teach undercover federal agents how to make bombs was arrested on Monday.

    Court documents just unsealed explained the elaborate ruse used to set up the sting operation by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the Daily Mail reported.

    Ahmad Suhad Ahmad, who was born in 1988, had been living as a refugee in the United States for the past 10 years, NBC News reported. He was running a mechanic shop in Tucson when the investigation began.

    The complaint filed in the U.S. District Court in Arizona alleged that in December of 2016, Ahmad told an FBI informant that "he knew how to detonate a bomb by using a cellular phone with a removable cellular battery."

    Ahmad showed the informant pictures of explosive materials and instructions for building the explosive device that were written in Arabic, the Daily Mail reported.

    He claimed he had learned his detonation techniques during “the war in Iraq,” according to the federal complaint. It was not known if Ahmad had ever served in the U.S. military.

    The complaint said that in April of 2017, the informant asked Ahmad if he could show him how to build a car bomb for a target in Mexico, and Ahmad agreed, the Daily Mail reported.

    Ahmad met with undercover FBI agents in Tucson multiple times between in April of 2017 to discuss plans for building bombs in Las Vegas, the Daily Mail reported.

    The complaint said that “on April 13, 2017 Ahmad showed CS3 (Confidential Source 3) homemade bomb instructions on his cell phone and promised to translate them.”

    Three days later, he met with the same FBI informant in his car outside a Tucson apartment building, according to the Daily Mail.

    “Ahmad explained some of the equipment he would need to build the bomb and that he had been studying up on how to build the explosive,” the complaint said.

    Then he sent the FBI informant a text message with a bomb recipe that was written in Arabic, the Daily Mail reported.

    Ahmad agreed to travel to Las Vegas and build the bomb there. He also gave the undercover agents a list of the supplies he would need them to provide, according to the Daily Mail.

    On Sept. 26, 2017, he packed up a circuit tester, electrical tape, and tubes of the adhesive Permatex Epoxy and traveled to Las Vegas with two undercover agents and two FBI informants, court documents said.

    “The undercover agents brought the other items required to build the bomb, which were obtained by a list provided by Ahmad,” according to the complaint.

    He went with the group to a condo in Las Vegas and, within a few hours, he had built the first bomb while explaining his processes to the undercover FBI agents.

    Then he “guided” an undercover agent on how to construct the second bomb, the Daily Mail reported.

    “Once both devices were completed, Ahmad explained how they operated,” the complaint detailed for the court.

    The complaint signed by FBI Special Agent Christopher T. Barrett requested that Ahmad be detained.

    He was arraigned on Monday afternoon and taken to a federal facility, the Daily Mail reported.

    Ahmad was due to appear in federal court for a preliminary hearing on Halloween, but his attorneys requested a two-day continuance, NBC News reported.

    He was arraigned on Monday afternoon and taken to a federal facility, the Daily Mail reported.

    Ahmad was due to appear in federal court for a preliminary hearing on Halloween, but his attorneys requested a two-day continuance, NBC News reported.

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