Saturday, March 14, 2015

Two Pakistani Muslims Plead Guilty to Terror Plot Against the US

Two down, thousands to go.  Two more ungrateeful, backstabbing Muslim immigrants accepted the welcome of America only to turn against the US, plot murder and and mayhem and to impose Sharia law in the name of the pedophile Mohammed.  While a 17 year plea bargain may sound sufficient, the only realistic sentence for Muslim terrorists is life without parole.  And if they harm or kill anyone, then the only sentence should be death.  Muslim Islamists have no time limit and experience has shown most will return to active jihad when released. 


Two Pakistan-origin brothers plead guilty in NY terror plot

March 14, 2015

NEW YORK - Two Pakistan-born brothers have pleaded guilty to federal terrorism charges, admitting they plotted an attack on landmarks in New York City and later assaulted two deputy US Marshals while in custody, according to US media reports.

Raees Alam Qazi, 22, and Sheheryar Alam Qazi, 32, both pleaded guilty in federal court in Miami to one count of conspiring to provide support to terrorists and conspiring to assault two federal employees, the reports said.

The younger brother pleaded guilty to an additional charge of attempting to provide material support to the al Qaeda.

The bearded Qazi brothers, who wore beige prison scrubs and were handcuffed, shackled and under tight security in court, both said “guilty” when asked how they wanted to plead.

The brothers were arrested Nov 29, 2012, in Broward County.

Raees Qazi admitted he had spent a few days bicycling around Manhattan to scope out potential targets that would result in mass casualties, according to the FBI and US Attorney’s office.

In this plea agreement, Raees Alam Qazi admitted to travelling to Manhattan in 2012 to scout major landmarks and set off a massive bomb.

He aborted the mission when he ran out of money.

He was arrested after returning to Broward County, Florida, where the brothers lived, according to CBS News.

The men previously pleaded not guilty to several terrorism-related charges, including conspiracy to provide material support.

The brothers are also charged with assaulting two US Marshals while being escorted in the Miami court complex.

On Thursday, they both plead guilty to that charge.

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