Friday, October 30, 2009

FBI to CAIR: 'I Wish I Knew How to Quit You'

Yes, there were smart skeptics who pooh-poohed the FBI’s very public statements that they were no longer going to spoon with unindicted terrorism-supporting CAIR.

In fairness to moi, who wanted to believe it was so, I did maintain the FBI was carrying a torch. After Wednesday's raid it’s obvious that the FBI is still jonesing for CAIR and the ADC.

I don’t have all the details on Wednesday’s raid of the radical Sunni group in Dearborn, but I’m not exactly chuffed with the FBI for giving Imad Hamad and Dawud Walid what sounds like nearly contemporaneous notice. I thought the FBI had grown out of its need to include CAIR and the ADC in its enforcement decisions.

These investigations are kept under tight wraps, and you can be sure the agents and investigators who prepare for them have security clearances. When the feds ask the court for arrest warrants, they frequently file their court documents under seal to protect security and secrecy. The National Security Unit of the U.S. Attorney’s Office handled the court filings for this raid. The complaint in this case was filed under seal, and only unsealed after the raid was over.

I can’t believe that either Hamad or Walid, (especially Walid, who has a criminal rap sheet as Delano Willis, Jr.) have security clearances entitling them to national security information.

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