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"an ardent reader of jihadist websites and extremist propaganda..." Huffington Post?
Google web tracking is a blessing for criminal investigators. It allows them to see exactly what he was reading on the internet and when.
Warnings from Russia. FBI investigation, and still this guy is on the loose. Let's make sure we are politically correct. It makes those liberals all warm and fuzzy.
This is going to get ugly for team Obama real soon.
Blowing up 8-year-old boys and young female restaurant managers with homemade explosives fashioned with kitchen pots and pans to further ideological revolutionary goals, then getting shredded by police bullets for your trouble, doesn't seem like a very smart or rational business model. But then....
Ok, I can see we're going to be nickel-and-dimed to death with information. This practice is very annoying. What's next, "suspect bought sandwich at such-and-such deli." Enough already!
The comments on this board are surely going to hang the FBI for not doing anything, but is it even possible to keep someone out of society for visiting websites? Are he proponents of this ready to start sending people behind bars for looking at white supremacist sites?
Jihad, smihad, dullhad, etc. Just another justification for a loser to find something to blame all of his troubles or failures on, nothing more and nothing less than that.
While the government can't censor these inflammatory, jihadist web sites, the internet providers can censor anything they want. Why they let this sort of stuff continue to be available is beyond reason. Doesn't Comcast or Time Warner or the other big internet providers feel any sense of responsibility to the country?
I read Al Jazeera. Does that make me a terrorist?
They're such a peacefull people...
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