Letter: Deporting a terrorist
After the dismal handling of Benghazi by the Obama administration, it is important to get this story out. I am doubtful the left wing press will do so.
A Saudi national who was first questioned about the Boston Marathon bombing is suddenly being quickly deported by our administration on "national security grounds" to his home country of Saudi Arabia. Being in the hospital after the bombing, it is also said he wants to go home for medical care.
Walid Shoebat, an anti-Jihad activist I have followed for years reports the Saudi is from a powerful family with terrorist ties. On a Saudi terrorist list, some of his family members have been active Al Qaeda terrorists. Al Qaeda's magazine, Inspire, has printed directions for making pressure cooker bombs.
The Saudi was questioned about involvement in the Boston Marathon bombing for 15 hours, his apartment was searched with bags of evidence being brought out as the mainstream media hoped out loud that the terrorist(s) would be white right-wing extremists.
John King of CNN reported the suspect was a dark skinned male, only to quickly walk that back. Secretary of State Kerry had a closed meeting with the Saudi Prime Minister, followed by President Obama having an "unscheduled" meeting with the Saudi Prime Minister. A walk-by is where the door is left open to the room the Prime Minister is in, Obama happens by and pops in to visit him - thus unscheduled to the public.
Suddenly everything changed. Scheduled news conferences cancelled, interest in the Saudi was dropped and we then learned he is being deported by next Tuesday. Some on the right have dug deep for copies of the document of deportation. The Saudi is being deported "because of acts of terrorism or suspicion of acts of terrorism."
Am I crazy or does this stink to high heaven? To deport this man without further investigation is as crazy as Obama getting 115 percent of the votes in some precincts and Benghazi being caused by an obscure trailer no one saw.