FBI: Notes on Jihad bomb-making in Zazi handwriting – Target NYC

Zazi (this century’s nazi) incredible lies show the utter contempt jihad has for infidels. His outlandish tale indicates how pathetic the jihad thinks we are.

“The FBI
said it found images of nine pages of handwritten notes on a laptop containing
formulas and instructions for making bomb, detonators and a fuse.

Zazi

 

Choi writes, “Zazi told the FBI that he must have unintentionally downloaded the notes as
part of a religious book he downloaded in August. Zazi said he “immediately
deleted the religious book within days of downloading it after realizing that
its contents discussed jihad.”

 So, bomb Making Instructions CONCEALED in Religious ‘Text”, and this guy
Zazi , upon ‘shockingly  Discovering it ,’ DELETES the “religious text, but, oh,
accidentally ‘leaves” the bomb-making instructions”.

Of course. Perfectly “reasonable”. “To ERR is Human” (even when deliberate
and in an evil cause).

 Any dhimmi would buy that, right?

One can only imagine how “benevolent’ the “deleted religious text” was?

And of course those who would believe that, also think “1001 Arabian Nights”
really happened.”

DENVER – Investigators said they found notes describing how to make
bombs in the handwriting of an airport shuttle driver arrested as part
of a terrorism investigation, and they also discovered his fingerprints
on materials — batteries and a scale — that could be used to make
explosives.

The emerging details show that Najibullah Zazi, who has admitted receiving weapons training from al-Qaida, played a direct role in an alleged terror plot, authorities said in court documents released Sunday.

Zazi, 24, has publicly denied being involved in a terror plot. Zazi, his father, and an Imam in New York City were arrested late Saturday on charges of making a false statement to the government, though legal experts say more charges could be coming.

Zazi’s
defense team denied reports that Zazi considered a plea deal related to
terror charges, and Zazi’s attorney, Arthur Folsom, dismissed as
“rumor” any notion that Zazi played a crucial role. Zazi’s defense team
did not respond to repeated attempts to reach them Sunday.

Federal officials in Denver declined to comment.

Zazi
admitted to FBI agents that he received instructions from al-Qaida
operatives on subjects such as weapons and explosives. Court documents
filed in Denver say Zazi was speaking with agents under an agreement
where he might avoid prosecution.

He received the training in the federally administered tribal areas of Pakistan, the documents say.

The FBI
said it found images of nine pages of handwritten notes on a laptop
containing formulas and instructions for making bomb, detonators and a
fuse.

Zazi told the FBI that he must have
unintentionally downloaded the notes as part of a religious book he
downloaded in August. Zazi said he “immediately deleted the religious
book within days of downloading it after realizing that its contents
discussed jihad.”

However, an arrest affidavit
says the handwriting on the notes appeared to be Zazi’s. The affidavit
doesn’t mention that they were part of a book, but that they were
e-mailed as an attachment between accounts believed owned by Zazi in
December, including an account that originated in Pakistan.

“It
appeared to be consistent with the handwriting as it appeared in the
document,” an FBI agent wrote of comparisons of Zazi’s handwriting with
the notes.

In addition, agents found Zazi’s fingerprints on a scale and double-A batteries seized during a raid at a home in the New York City borough of Queens on Sept. 14.

Zazi, who lives in the Denver suburb of Aurora, underwent three days of questioning by the FBI before his arrest.

Also arrested were his father, Mohammed Wali Zazi, 53, in Denver; and an associate, Ahmad Wais Afzali, 37, of New York City, the Justice Department
said Sunday. Both also were charged with making false statements to
federal agents, which carries a penalty of eight years in prison.

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