It sure seems like an unknown FBI executive, not only enabled the murder of 13 army soldiers and wounding of 29 more ….. but it now looks as if could have been prevented if they’d watched instead of hoping for the stupidity of the enemy and facilitated the terrorism.
An “out-of-sorts” question (see the first red text below), gives it all away!
At best, one can believe that they were duped, and have been covering it up, ever since!
My first take on this revelation, was how inept the media was, but that’s nothing compared to what seems obvious now.
Both the army and the FBI admitted they knew of the continued correspondence between the two, yet critical questions were never followed up on by the news media …. One should now ask “why not?”
WHAT GIVES IT AWAY:
It’s now being reported, that not long before the 2010 shooting, Major Hasan asked Alwaki to come to the U.S. To present prizes to those who donated to a “charity” (possibly one that was supporting terrorism?) Alwaki declined.
Why would Major Hasan have even made this request, unless he were working with the FBI? Seeing his actions, what would have been his motivation to ask him to come here?
Certainly, with investigative journalists, that request should beg the question “was the FBI (or some unknown agency) working with Nisan? Or, believed that he was working with them? After his killing 13 soldiers, and wounding 29 in his attempt to murder even more, no one put it together!
It’s no wonder that the officials have continued to this day to refuse to give out any of the requested Freedom of Information documents!
Most of us remember that the National Review reported that the pathetic U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder even declined to state that radical Islam was the major motive for Hasan’s attack.
Remember, Hasan was known to have been investigated by the FBI after intelligence agencies intercepted at least 18 e-mails between him and al-Awlaki between December 2008 and June 2009.
Even before the contents of the e-mails were revealed, terrorism expert Jarret Brachman said that Hasan’s contacts with al-Awlaki should have raised “huge red flags”.
Obviously, they did raise the red flags …. and it seems obvious to me that he duped the FBI – was he not working with the FBI?
Al-Awlaki had returned to the U.S. Previously and them must have wondered if he would be stupid enough to slip in again.
As far as I know, no one has ever taken blame for this INEPT inaction ….. Someone’s head should have rolled. Major Hasan’s trial is due next March; surely someone will ask, right?