(Photos) Terrorist suspects Ahmed Mohamed Nasser and Hezem al Murisi arrested in Amersterdam after officials find phone tapped to Pepto-Bismol bottle


Pictured above are the two suspects and the suspicious contents of their luggage

By Conservative Generation for Left Coast Rebel

I'm certain that in the next twenty-four hours we will know everything about these two men, including which alley they changed their shirts.

In the meantime, the big question seems to be "why did the TSA allow two suspected terrorists in the midst of a "dry run" act of terrorism fly to Amsterdam?" Perhaps they were merely engaged in a peaceful protest of Israel's treatment of Palestine? Of course, I'm sure that TSA's problem in this instance is because they have not been unionized yet.

I will update you as the news unfolds.

Via ABC:

Two men taken off a Chicago-to-Amsterdam United Airlines flight in the Netherlands have been charged by Dutch police with "preparation of a terrorist attack," U.S. law enforcement officials tell ABC News.
Dutch police stopped two individuals suspected of preparing a terrorist attack.

U.S. officials said the two appeared to be travelling with what were termed "mock bombs" in their luggage. "This was almost certainly a dry run, a test," said one senior law enforcement official.

A spokesman for the Dutch public prosecutor, Ernst Koelman, confirmed the two men were arrested this morning and said "the investigation is ongoing." He said the arrests were made "at the request of American authorities."

The two were allowed to board the flight at O'Hare airport last night despite security concerns surrounding one of them, the officials said.

The men were identified as Ahmed Mohamed Nasser al Soofi, of Detroit, MI, and Hezem al Murisi, the officials said. A neighbor of al Soofi told ABC News he is from Yemen.

Airport security screeners in Birmingham, Alabama first stopped al Soofi and referred him to additional screening because of what officials said was his "bulky clothing."
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In addition, officials said, al Soofi was found to be carrying $7,000 in cash and a check of his luggage found a cell phone taped to a Pepto-Bismol bottle, three cell phones taped together, several watches taped together, a box cutter and three large knives. Officials said there was no indication of explosives and he and his luggage were cleared for the flight from Birmingham to Chicago O'Hare.


via Memeorandum

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