It’s reporters such as Julia Shumway and Jonathan Pitts who have painted a huge target on John Guandolo’s back. But the utterly clueless and deeply corrupt and compromised FBI, which left us to die in Garland, Texas in May 2015, needs to be thoroughly investigated, and shut down if necessary.
“Former Oklahoma high school student suspected of making online death threats was never charged because FBI reports stayed classified for months,” by Nolan Clay, NewsOK, February 26, 2018 (thanks to David):
EDMOND — A former high school student suspected of making online death threats was investigated but never charged because FBI reports remained classified for months.
By the time the reports were finally declassified this year, the former student had moved out of the United States, the FBI acknowledged Sunday in a statement.
“At no time, however, was there an indication of an active threat to a school or danger to the public or the citizens of Oklahoma,” the FBI said.
The teenager had threatened multiple times online to kill “Zionists” for crimes against Islam, the FBI said.
The first time was Oct. 21, 2016, an FBI special agent reported in an affidavit requesting a search warrant for school records. The last time was March 22, 2017, from a computer at Edmond Santa Fe High School, where the suspect was a student.
No reference was made in any of the online statements “to a threat of school violence,” the FBI said.
Federal prosecutors never filed charges, in large part because the suspect was a juvenile — 16 at the time of the first threats.
However, federal prosecutors did direct the FBI to contact Oklahoma County prosecutors after the online threat was made from the school computer.
The FBI agent did, in August. Oklahoma County prosecutors were willing to file a misdemeanor case but the agent then said he couldn’t turn over his reports.
“We were told the investigation was classified,” District Attorney David Prater said Sunday.
“Without their reports and evidence, we had no ability to prosecute the matter,” Prater said. “To this date, we still don’t have the FBI’s investigation.”…
The name of the former student remains blacked out in the released documents. The FBI described him as having social disorders and said he has undergone private behavioral counseling.
In his affidavit for a search warrant, the FBI special agent, Beau D. Coffindaffer, wrote that the online user making the threats went by the pseudonym “Allahu Akbar,” which means “God is great.”
No, it doesn’t. It means “Allah is greater,” i.e., greater than your god. It’s a declaration of supremacism.
The first threat in October 2016 was sent to an FBI website created to receive complaints about internet crimes, according to the affidavit. It stated: “Christian Zionist Jewish infidel spies keep on infiltrating our mosques. We will kill you if you ever try to defile our mosques again. You will not enter our mosques again unless you get our consent.”
Two of the threats were directed at John Guandolo, a former FBI agent who claims there is a network of militant Muslims in the United States plotting to overthrow the government.
The first of those came in November 2016, days after Guandolo spoke at the Oklahoma Capitol, according to the affidavit.
During a House hearing in October 2016, Guandolo called the executive director of the Oklahoma chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations a terrorist.
The second threat directed at Guandolo was the one sent from Edmond Santa Fe High School last March.
The FBI also never notified Edmond Public Schools about its investigation until after the student had graduated….