Maybe she is spending time with the Orlando jihad murderer’s wife. The father of the shooter should be questioned before he, too, vanishes. Meanwhile, the fact that the jihad bomber sought help from a Congressman to get his wife here is yet another illustration of how jihadis manipulate the system for their own advantage. The immigration system is in drastic need not just of reform, but of a total overhaul.
“Chelsea bombing suspect’s wife left US days before attack,” by Jamie Schram, Tina Moore and Yaron Steinbuch, New York Post, September 20, 2016:
The wife of the Afghan immigrant suspected in the New York and New Jersey bombings left the US for Pakistan just a few days before the attacks, according to reports.
The woman, who has not been named, has been intercepted by authorities in the United Arab Emirates, the Los Angeles Times reported.
Officials are working with authorities in Pakistan and the United Arab Emirates to question her about what she knew about her husband’s plans, a law enforcement source told CNN.
Ahmad Khan Rahami, a naturalized US citizen, made at least three months-long trips to Pakistan and Afghanistan since 2014, officials said.
He stayed in Pakistan for a year between April 2013 and March 2014, spending time in a Taliban stronghold, CNN reported.
Rahami has clammed up and is refusing to cooperate with authorities, a source told The Post.
“We are looking into who may have helped him in training, with money” and with other means, the source said. “His family is being looked at, too.”
FBI Assistant Director William Sweeney said there was “no indication” of an active terror cell in the New York area — but evidence suggests Rahami was not acting alone, sources told CNN….
O’Neill said the bombing had all the hallmarks of “an act of terror.”…
Rep. Albio Sires (D-NJ) said Monday that Rahami contacted his office from Pakistan in 2014 seeking help because his pregnant wife had an expired Pakistani passport.
“He wanted his wife to come from Pakistan,” Sires told MSNBC. “At the time she was pregnant and in Pakistan. They told her that she could not come over until she had the baby, because she had to get a visa for the baby.”…