Has anyone followed this story closely:
When 24-year-old Ahmed Mohamed and 21-year-old Yousef Megahed appeared in court, there was no question in the prosecutor’s mind what this was all about. She says Mohamed was in possession of pipe bombs and materials that could have been made to make more bombs.
Sherri Jackson who was Megahed’s neighbor until March says FBI agents told her they were terrorists.
Jackson says the FBI came to question her Sunday.
Jackson says things seemed suspicious
She says she saw lot of traffic, a lot of people going back and forth, oxygen tanks being delivered UPS and Fed Ex deliveries and a lot going on.
Former FBI agent and terrorist expert Oscar Westerfield if they are terrorist the FBI must find out who is involved in this thing and how far does it go.
Westerfield says much investigation has to be done, but he is concerned that the car was stopped with explosives 7 miles from a naval base that housed detainees, adding it doesn’t look good.
But Council of American Islamic Relations head Ahmed Bedier says people are moving too quickly to convict they two students and his information is that they just had firecrackers.
I have paid very little attention to this story, as it was clearly overshadowed by the greatest threat to humanity, Scott Beauchamp. At any rate, the story arc as I followed it was they were arrested, several blogs reported they were terrorists, about 24 hours later I heard on CNN or MSNBC or something that the FBI determined it was not terrorism related (again referenced at the end of this piece), it dropped off my radar for a few days, and now, via Memeorandum, I see we are back to terrorism related questions.
Does anyone have more?