Underwear Bomber Patsy Faces Life Sentence Today

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    Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, the disheveled Nigerian who was put on a Christmas Day Delta flight out of Amsterdam by a well-dressed intelligence operative, will be sentenced in U.S. District Court in Detroit today.

    Abdulmutallab faces consecutive life terms for setting his underwear on fire.

    The prosecution has portrayed him as “an unrepentant would-be mass murderer, who views his crimes as divinely inspired and blessed, and who views himself as under a continuing obligation to carry out such crimes.”

    His counsel, Detroit criminal defense attorney Anthony Chambers, says a mandatory life sentence is cruel and unusual punishment, given the fact that Abdulmutallab was incapable of bombing Delta Flight 253.

    A CBC documentary that aired in 2010 revealed that not only would Abdulmutallab’s PETN bomb been difficult to ignite, but the blast, if successful, would not have been powerful enough to penetrate the 5 mm thick aluminum alloy skin of the aircraft and compromise its structural integrity.

    The case against Abdulmutallab was questionable from the outset, historian Webster Tarpley noted in February, 2010.

    “The Detroit Christmas bomber was deliberately and intentionally allowed to keep his US entry visa as the result of a national security override issued by an as yet unknown US intelligence or law-enforcement agency with the goal of blocking the State Department’s planned revocation of that visa,”

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    Comment: Another False flag by our intel services to bring in police state in the USA. After this false flag, we got the scanners introduced which were already ordered up. they just needed another exuse to lock us down more
     
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    According to the people that interviewed him, he had an unshakable devotion to jihad and an unmovable loyalty to Al Quaeda.

    Of more importance is that he was able to get on the plane despite his father's warning telephone call. He was not stopped by security, but by an alert crew. Security was not about to stop a black man from boarding this plane. Nor were they interested in stopping a muslim, even one that came with ample warning.

    Cause for concern? You bet.
     
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    Awww, put him out of our misery.

    Firing squad.
     
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    Sin Of Omission: Why Is ABC News Omitting Critical Details of the Underwear Bomber Case? :
     

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