“His wife is believed to be the woman in a full burqa at a post-arrest hearing in Alexandria, Va. The woman declined to speak to media at the time, her eyes welling with tears.” And no doubt many kuffar were fooled. War Is Deceit Update: “Wife of ‘South Park’ Threat Maker Charged,” by Mike Levine for Fox News, October 18 (thanks to Urban Infidel):
The wife of the Virginia man who was arrested in July after allegedly threatening the creators of the television show “South Park” and trying to a join a terrorist group in Somalia is being charged with a federal offense herself.
Proscovia Kampire Nzabanita made false statements to investigators, according to charging documents filed in U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia.
Her husband, 20-year-old Zachary Chesser, was arrested over the summer for allegedly trying to join the Al Qaeda-linked group Al Shabab in Somalia. Nzabanita is not currently in custody, according to a Justice Department official.
The FBI and others conducted a months-long investigation into at least two alleged attempts by Chesser to join Al Shabab, which has been fighting to establish a strict Muslim state in Somalia and has pledged its allegiance to Usama bin Laden.
Authorities charged Chesser with providing material support to a terrorist group.
His wife is believed to be the woman in a full burqa at a post-arrest hearing in Alexandria, Va. The woman declined to speak to media at the time, her eyes welling with tears.
During the FBI’s investigation, agents found a “hand-written document” titled “How to Destroy the West,” Justice Department lawyer John Gibbs told the presiding judge at the time. The document, allegedly written by Chesser, discussed ways of attacking the United States and other countries, including cyber-attacks, vehicles filled with explosives, and the bio-agent ricin, Gibbs said.
In addition, Chesser communicated several times with Anwar Awlaki, the U.S.-born cleric tied to several recent terrorist plots inside the United States, prosecutors said. He also posted an array of “extremist” videos, “jihad propaganda” and other potentially dangerous materials online, including a leaked version of sensitive Transportation Security Administration guidelines and a message suggesting the creators of the show “South Park” could face death for their depiction of the prophet Mohammed, according to prosecutors….