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Friday, December 18, 2015

Enrique Marquez Plotted Terror Against Riverside Community College, Was Radicalized By Anwar Al-Awlaki

Kill The Kuffar

Same guy who inspired Nidal Hasan:
A friend of San Bernardino terrorist Syed Farook, who purchased two assault-style rifles used in the deadly shooting, has been charged with conspiring with the gunman to carry out further horrific attacks in California. 
Enrique Marquez is accused of plotting to using pipe bombs and explosives on a Los Angeles highway and Riverside Community College in 2011 in a bid to create mass casualties. 
The 24-year-old punk rock fan, who converted to Islam in 2007, is also believed to have been paid $200 a month to be in a sham marriage with the sister of the wife of Farook’s brother, Mariya Chernykh, so they could get immigration benefits. 
The former security guard, who told the FBI he was radicalized by hate preacher Anwar al-Aulaqi, is suspected of handing over fraudulent documents to the Department of Homeland Security, stating he lived with the sham wife after they tied the knot in 2014.


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Anonymous The Last English Prince said...

Two thoughts:

I am not surprised that Marquez was influenced by Anwar al-Awlaki. I have read his works extensively and there is a Chechen rebel site (Not Kavkaz) that still posts his articles. There is only one other writer that I consider as dangerous as al-Awlaki, but I will not put his name in a public forum.

I am reading this:


It is a fascinating document. But it is amazing how many terrorists slipped into the U.S. using fraudulent documents and then * concocting political asylum legends and (wait for it!) * marrying American women.

We let them in. They came to kill.

Friday, December 18, 2015 3:19:00 pm  

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