Student’s “Bomb Video” to Target Americans

Thursday, September 27th, 2007 4:47 pm by Neal
Ahmed Mohamed and Yousef Megahed — Indicted on carrying explosive materials across state lines and additional charges.

(Hat tip: LGF)

We now know that Ahmed Mohamed — one of the Goose Creek, pipe-bomb-packing “students” — intended for his video on how to make a remote-detonated bomb out of a radio-controlled toy car “to be used against those who fought for the United States.” This comes to us from a story in today’s Charlotte Observer.

In a 12-minute video posted on YouTube, an Egyptian man wearing a white shirt, khaki pants and rubber gloves explains in Arabic how to turn a toy boat into a bomb.

His name is Ahmed Abdellatif Sherif Mohamed, and last month he was arrested in Goose Creek after authorities found four PVC pipes containing a mixture of potassium nitrate, kitty litter and sugar in his car’s trunk.

Mohamed told FBI agents he made the video to teach “those persons in Arabic countries to defend themselves against the infidels invading their countries,” according to federal court documents released late Tuesday.

Specifically, he told the FBI “the technology which he demonstrated in the tape was to be used against those who fought for the United States.”

Remember, this is one of the two “students” who were caught with pipe bombs and other suspicious materials near the Naval Weapons Station in Goose Creek, South Carolina. At the time they claimed they were just going to the beach for a vacation. Riiiiiiiight.

When we last reported on this ongoing story, it was revealed that Mohamed had made the video for future “martyrs:”

The list also included a videotape that instructs viewers on how to convert a toy electric car into a detonator. Defendant Ahmed Mohamed has admitted making the tape, and in it he says he intended the instruction “to save one who wants to be a martyr for another battle,’’ said federal prosecutor Jay Hoffer.

Now we know that he intended those “martyrs” to attack Americans.

What swell “students” we bring into this country these days. Remember, Mohamed was a graduate Engineering student at the University of South Florida’s School of Engineering in Tampa, Florida.

Here’s the bottom line: the United States admitted this Egyptian into an Engineering school where he applied his American-provided education to making remote-detonated bombs, the knowledge which he then disseminated to “martyrs” to use against…Americans. Like the terrorists of 9/11, this man was using our system against us. It’s time to change the system.


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Update on the Pipe-Bomb-Packing Students
“Naïve Students” Theory Unravels
Indictments for the pipe-bomb-packing “students”
Update on Pipe-Bomb-Packing Students
Truth or CAIR?

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