This raises more questions than it answers. Was the jihad mass murderer carrying a fake Michigan driver’s license in order to throw investigators off the scent as to his actual origins and movements? Or did he have occasion to travel in Michigan, and if so, with whom did he meet there, and what did he do? Fraud regarding driver’s licenses has been abundantly documented. Questions about this jihadist’s possible contacts in Michigan are legitimate, and should be asked, and answered. An update on this story. “Bulgaria: Bombing Most Likely Suicide Attack,” from the Associated Press, July 19:
(SOFIA, Bulgaria) “” A brazen daytime bombing that killed seven people and injured dozens on a bus full of Israeli tourists was most likely a suicide attack, Bulgarian officials said Thursday. Israel stood by its claim that Iranian-backed Hezbollah was responsible and vowed to hit back.
The identity of the suspected bomber was still unknown but a Michigan driving license that he carried was a fake, Bulgarian Prime Minister Boiko Borisov said.
“We worked on this with colleagues from the FBI and the CIA,” Borisov said. “They said that there is no such person in their database.”
The suspected bomber appeared on security camera tape for nearly an hour before the Wednesday attack, which gutted the bus at the airport in the quiet Black Sea resort of Burgas, 400 kilometers (250 miles) east of the capital, Sofia.
Borisov said he wants a photo of the suspect taken from the tape released and that a DNA expert is checking the suspect’s fingerprints….
No group has immediately claimed responsibility, but suspicion fell upon Iran and its Lebanese proxy, the Hezbollah guerrilla group. Iran’s state TV rejected accusations of Tehran’s involvement, saying in a commentary Thursday that claims by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and others were “ridiculous” and “sensational.”…