FBI Investigates, Ignores Future Islamist Terrorists --- ===
Known wolves: Several terrorists were under investigation before they attacked --- ===
Two years after the FBI concluded Ahmad Khan Rahami was not a terrorist, the Afghan immigrant was charged in federal court with using a weapon of mass destruction in a weekend terror attack that injured 29 people. The fact that we can’t even look at somebody’s heritage or religious background in a Muslim that’s a Muslim extremist – that’s what we need to look for,” he said. “To exclude the FBI from looking in that direction is a mistake.
100% of these cases are islamist
august 2016 authorities had been keeping an eye on Wasil Farooqui for some time when he allegedly injured two people in Virginia during an August 2016 knife attack. He reportedly shouted “Allahu Akbar” during the assault and may have been trying to behead his targets. F
July 2015: father of Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez was on a terror watch list, was questioned about a trip abroad and was investigated for possible ties to a foreign terror group, The New York Times reported. But officials never keyed in on the man’s son, and, on July 16, 2015, Abdulazeez opened fire on several military targets in Chattanooga, killing four Marines and a Navy sailor.
2015: When Tashfeen Malik arrived in the U.S. from her native Pakistan in July 2014, she was vetted by five U.S. agencies, passed three background checks and had two in-person interviews. None of those safeguards uncovered her pro-Jihad social media presence. That would only be discovered after she and husband Syed Farook shot and killed 14 people at an office holiday party in San Bernardino in December 2015
Tamerlan Tsarnaev was first flagged by Russian intelligence sources in March 2011. A memorandum to U.S. officials stated that Tsarnaev had been radicalized and was planning to fly to Russia to join an extremist group....While some attempts to investigate Tsarnaev, including an in-person interview, did occur, agents never informed local authorities of their concerns; never visited Tsarnaev’s mosque; never interviewed his wife or an ex-girlfriend he had assaulted; never interviewed friends or associates; never asked Tsarnaev about his plans to travel to Russia; and failed to search several major FBI systems.
Nov. 5, 2009, Hasan shot and killed 13 people at Fort Hood in Texas. 2008: two FBI anti-terrorism task forces knew Army Maj. Nidal Hasan was communicating with terrorist Anwar al-Awlaki via email as early as December 2008, once even asking a question about suicide attacks. But the FBI was concerned about the optics of launching a probe, given that Hasan was an American Muslim in the military, and agents never pursued the case,