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  • Posted October 28, 2009 by
    TJCIII
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    Domestic Terrorism in Dearborn Michigan?!?!?!?!

     

    Today in Dearborn, you know, where I live, a radical Islam group named ‘An Imam’, exchanged gunfire with the FBI today.

    The leader refused to surrender and exchanged gunfire with the FBI and was shot and killed only after he killed one of the police dogs.  The members are mostly African American and have recently converted to Islam while in prison.  They are considered armed and dangerous!

    The allegations are:

    Beating Children in a Mosque

    Holding training sessions on how to kill police officers

    Mail Fraud

    Shipping Fraud

    Setting up a separate Islamic State in the United States – Michigan in particular – nice eh?

    And about 45 pages worth investigations and other allegations they are accused of.

    Nothing like this all going down within 2 miles of my house.   What do you think, time to move?

    Download:Mich. Terror Legal Complaint #1

    Download:Mich. Terror Legal Complaint #2

    (Right click and open in new window)

    http://www.wxyz.com/news/story/FBI-Terrorism-Investigation-11-Charged/K52KjrE84UmX6qCscKDpyQ.cspx

    http://www.clickondetroit.com/news/21454119/detail.html

    http://www.myfoxdetroit.com/dpp/video/detroit-dearborn_imam_killed_in_raid

    http://www.detnews.com/article/20091028/METRO/910280436/Detroit-mosque-leader-killed-in-FBI-raids

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