Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Baptist planned to attack Florida sites....wait, what?

In reality, it is once again jihad in action.  Sami Osmakac wanted to explode three cars, shoot multiple victims and then detonate his homicide vest in a final act of Islamic glory.  Osmakac knew he would die, and believed that the best way to die is the Islamic way.

I bet a quarter his defense attorney will pull out and massage one of the standard excuses used when a Muslim is involved;

He was raised wrong
He has bipolar/ADHD/stress/unemployed/drugs etc..
Depressed over a woman
He is angry at the boss/co-workers/DMV
Suppressed road rage
Not enough hugs/cookies

He is a jihadist, inculcated on the internet and dedicated to murdering as many infidels as he could.  No one will explore that aspect of his behavior, or ask the questions which would lead to the conclusion that yes, Islam is the problem.

From ClickOrlando January 9

Officials: Islamic extremist planned to bomb Florida sites

TAMPA, Fla. -
A 25-year-old man from the former Yugoslavia was charged with an alleged plot to attack crowded locations in the Tampa area, including nightclubs, with a car bomb, assault rifle and other explosives, federal authorities said Monday.
The U.S. Department of Justice announced the arrest of Sami Osmakac, whose first appearance in federal court was scheduled for 2 p.m. Monday.
Authorities say Osmakac, from Pinellas County, is a naturalized U.S. citizen who was born in the former Yugoslavia. He has been charged with one count of attempted use of a weapon of mass destruction.
FBI agents arrested Osmakac on Saturday after he allegedly bought explosive devices and firearms from an undercover agent. The firearms and explosives were rendered inoperable by law enforcement. The federal complaint says that shortly before his arrest, Osmakac made a video of himself explaining his motives for carrying out the planned violent attack.
Federal officials say a confidential source told them in Sept. 2011 that Osmakac wanted al-Qaida flags. Two months later, the federal complaint said, Osmakac and the confidential source "discussed and identified potential targets in Tampa" that Osmakac wanted to attack.
Osmakac allegedly asked the source for help getting the firearms and explosives for the attacks, and the source put him in touch with an undercover FBI employee.
On Dec. 21, Osmakac met with the undercover agent and allegedly told the agent that he wanted to buy an AK-47-style machine gun, Uzi submachine guns, high capacity magazines, grenades and explosive belt. During a later meeting, Osmakac gave the agent a $500 down payment for the items.
"According to the complaint, Osmakac also asked the undercover employee whether he/she could build bombs that could be placed in three different vehicles and detonated remotely, near where Osmakac would conduct a follow-up attack using the other weapons he requested," the press release said.  "The undercover employee said he/she could possibly provide explosives for one vehicle.  Osmakac also allegedly said that he wanted an explosive belt constructed to kill people."
On Jan. 1, Osmakac told the agent that he wanted to bomb night clubs, the Operations Center of the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office and a business in Tampa.
Osmakac told the undercover FBI agent that he wanted to detonate a car bomb and use the explosive belt to "get in somewhere where there's a lot of people" and take hostages. During that meeting, the agent told Osmakac he could always change his mind about his plot.
"According to the complaint, Osmakac immediately shook his head in the negative and stated, 'We all have to die, so why not die the Islamic way?'" the press release stated.

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