This is a very strange case. He was a Muslim, he wasn’t a Muslim. He went to the mosque, he didn’t go to the mosque. The accounts vary so widely, depending on who is speaking, that no firm conclusions can be drawn.
Here’s an update from WND:
The warrant used to execute a search of Oklahoma University bomber Joel “Henry” Hinrichs III’s apartment, where an undetermined amount of explosives were found, has been sealed by a federal court at the request of the Justice Department.
Hinrichs blew himself up yards from Oklahoma Memorial Stadium Saturday night while tens of thousands of fans watched an OU-Kansas State football game.
Bob Troester, first assistance U.S. attorney in Oklahoma City, said the department requested the warrant be sealed, but declined to elaborate when asked why it was necessary to do so given previous media reports that a depressed Hinrichs acted alone and on a whim.
“You can draw whatever assumption you like,” he said. “We don’t comment on any sealed indictments.”
Troester also said he could not divulge details about what items were found inside Hinrichs’ home, and he could not say if or when the warrant would be unsealed at some point in the future.
The attorney did confirm the incident was still “currently being investigated,” but again declined to provide any specifics.
As WorldNetDaily reported, investigators say they also found “Islamic jihad” material in Hinrichs’ apartment when they searched it. Hinrichs, it turns out, attended a mosque near his university-owned apartment — the same one attended by Zacharias Moussaoui, the only person charged in connection with the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.