Aziz Rehman Osmani was arrested “after allegedly making threats at Reagan National Airport in Washington D.C. and causing two reported disturbances” in Boston, one at a jewelry store.
Note this quote in the Boston Globe report below:
Osmani was allegedly seen leaving a “suspicious device” on the steps the John W. McCormack Building on Beacon Hill. State Police responded and discovered it was a copy of the Koran.
It’s a pity, however, that the threats Osmani made to people at “an airline ticket counter” were not disclosed from eyewitness reports, before Osmani assaulted “at least one police officer.”
Whether or not there is any cover-up or protection of Osmani — because he is a Muslim — involved in this particular case is not known for sure, but what is known is that major threats by Muslims are routinely covered up. These cover-ups are heavily motivated by powerful mainstream Muslim lobby groups, which were virtually all named as unindicted co-conspirators in jihad terror funding in the groundbreaking Holy Land Foundation trial.
These lobbies are masterfully adept at perpetuating the bogus “Islamophobia” narrative, and their agendas are protected by fearful Western authorities who are afraid to appear racist. These fears trump the interests of public safety.
The adage that “knowledge is power” is routinely denied to the public – by police, media and political authorities — when it comes to Muslim crimes, from threats to assaults (including sexual assaults).
“Man arrested in Boston after allegedly making threats at DC airport, causing disturbances in Boston”, by By Felicia Gans, Boston Globe, October 11, 2016:
A 22-year-old man was arrested in Boston Monday after allegedly making threats at Reagan National Airport in Washington D.C. and causing two reported disturbances here, police said.
Aziz Rehman Osmani, whose address could not be located by police, had allegedly threatened people at an airport ticket counter and assaulted at least one police officer there, according to Boston police.
Boston police spokesman James Kenneally said there was a warrant out for Osmani’s arrest on eight charges related to the airport incident. Rob Yingling, a spokesman for the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority, could not immediately say when the alleged incident occurred.
At 11:25 a.m. Monday, Osmani allegedly caused a disturbance in a jewelry store on Washington Street in Boston. Store employees told police he had taken a piece of jewelry and refused to return it.
He ultimately returned the jewelry before leaving the store, Kenneally said.
Officers reviewed the store’s security footage and sent a photo of the suspect to the Boston Regional Intelligence Center, which issued a city-wide alert to Boston police personnel to look for him.
A short time later, Osmani was allegedly seen leaving a “suspicious device” on the steps the John W. McCormack Building on Beacon Hill. State Police responded and discovered it was a copy of the Koran…..