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and to institute new Government

Monday, May 22, 2017

Two Muslims Arrested in Minneapolis, With Hand Grenade, Loaded AK-47, and Other Ammunition, Were Sitting In Parked Car "Waiting for a Drone To Deliver a Package to Them"

From Scott Johnson at Powerline:

On May 11, 2017 at about 5:11 p.m., Minneapolis police were flagged down by a citizen in the vicinity of the intersection of 44th and Humboldt Avenues North, Minneapolis, Hennepin County, Minnesota. The citizen, Witness herein, reported the following.
He had walked by a parked car with two men inside who threw food wrappers out the window. When he confronted the men, they at first ignored him; when he paused to get the car license number, the men got out of the car, called Witness a “nigger” and made gestures indicating one or both had a handgun.
Officers tried to calm the situation but the men continued to yell at Witness and resisted officers’ attempts to control the situation. The men were insistent that they needed to be standing near or in the car because a drone was coming to deliver a package to them. Officers began the citizen’s arrest process and, given the obstructive nature of the men and suspicious circumstances, officers placed the men in the squad car. As the men had suggested to Witness that they were armed and officers feared harm to Witness if the men were released, officers began a cursory search of the vehicle.
In the car officers found a hand grenade and a Smith and Wesson 9mm handgun. Both suspects were arrested, including the driver of the car, ABDULLAH NASSIE ALRIFAHE, Defendant herein, who was found to have a suspended driver’s license.
In an inventory search of the car, officers found a loaded AK 47-type assault rifle, another rifle, several assault rifle magazines and large quantities of different ammunition (including shotgun shells), discharged shell casings and BB ammunition. Also found were several cell phones, computers and electronics equipment including drone parts. Bomb Squad personnel called to the scene noted that the variety of the ammunition and large quantity of BBs and electronic devices could be used for bomb-making.
Defendant was found not to have a valid permit to carry a pistol in public and to have been previously convicted of the same offense in December 2016.
KSTP News reporter Matt Belanger took a look at the story late last week in a report that is posted here (video below). Belanger’s report includes an interview with the good citizen who waved down the police.
Abdullah Alrifahe is in custody subject to $200,000 bail; he is scheduled to appear in court next month. We can only hope in the meantime that he doesn’t make bail.
Where is brother Majid? What is the brothers’ immigration status? What were they up to?

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Anonymous thelastenglishprince said...

They were waiting for the drone to drop the pressure cooker?

Monday, May 22, 2017 11:26:00 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

With all the pomp and circumstance in Saudi Arabia dedicated to Trump while at the same time rubbed into the psyche of their arch nemesis, Iran . . .could the next big terror attack be on the horizon? One which the Saud's will use their celebratory welcome of Trump & his administration as a shield, fully expecting the Iranians to be blamed?

Islam delende est!

Monday, May 22, 2017 11:40:00 pm  

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