Another apparent “homegrown jihadi,” Sebastian Gregerson, aka Abdurraahman bin Mikaayl, had the “knowledge and intent” to use those explosives to “kill, injure, and intimidate.”
When FBI agents raided Gregerson’s home on the west side of Detroit on Sunday, they found several CDs marked “Anwar al-Awlaki,” the al-Qaida recruiter…..
Back in June, Gregerson also bought “road spikes online that can be used to slow or disable vehicles. Other purchases included tactical training items, including handguns and dummy rounds.”
For two terms, jihadists were enabled by the Obama administration and politically correct leaders who apparently believe the jihadist lie that to enact a zero-tolerance approach to protect Americans would be “Islamophobic” or racist or would just provoke jihadists further. It is a jihadist strategy, employed everywhere in the West to conquer the “House of War” through fear, intimidation and self-blame. America, thanks to the Obama administration, has now been infiltrated by jihadists who spread dawah and are recruiting daily.
The mess is now left to be cleaned up by the incoming administration, which will undoubtedly be widely blamed by the mainstream media and leftist allies for provoking jihadists, rather than putting the blame where it is due and uniting to fight this historic global menace that virulently hates infidels and apostates.
“Feds: Detroit terror suspect intended to use explosives to kill, injure people in attack”, WXYZ Detroit, December 2, 2016:
DETROIT (WXYZ) – A Detroit who was arrested after buying explosives from an undercover agent is facing multiple federal charges.
According to an indictment unsealed in federal court, Sebastian Gregerson, aka Abdurraahman Bin Mikaayl, 29, is charged with receipt of explosive materials with intent to harm, two counts of unregistered possession of a destructive device and unlicensed receipt of explosive materials.
According to the indictment, Gregerson received the explosives, which contained 26 ounces of Composition B, a combination of TNT and RDX, “with knowledge and intent that said explosive materials would be used to kill, injure, and intimidate a person.”
The complaint chronicles a counterterrorism investigation that began in April 2015 following a tip that Gregerson, who the FBI said also is known as Abdurrahman bin Mikaayl, had weapons. The FBI said he bought grenades on Sunday from the undercover agent in Monroe and was arrested.
The complaint said Gregerson earlier purchased “an arsenal of weapons, ammunition, tactical gear and tactical training materials.” It doesn’t say whether Gregerson was planning an attack or why he was purchasing explosives. The U.S. attorney’s office in Detroit hasn’t elaborated.
In June, the FBI said Gregerson bought road spikes online that can be used to slow or disable vehicles. Other purchases included tactical training items, including handguns and dummy rounds.
“The purchase of training versions of these weapons makes it unlikely that the weapons were purchased for recreational use, such as hunting,” the complaint states……