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CBS 60 Minutes on Garland Attack: The FBI Wanted Us Dead

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Here are the highlights of last night’s 60 Minutes segment on the Garland Free Speech shooting: the first ISIS attack on American soil:

An undercover FBI agent was in a car directly behind Elton Simpson and Nadir Soofi when they started shooting.

Cell-phone photo of school security guard Bruce Joiner and police officer Greg Stevens was taken by the undercover agent seconds before the attack.  The FBI agent is taking a photograph of the two people who happen to be attacked moments before they’re attacked. No SWAT team, no FBI counter terror force in place. Nothing.

The FBI agent took this photo:

And cell phone video:

UPDATE: CBS removed the video.

An FBI agent was in constant contact with the jihadis leading up to and during the attack. CBS failed to mention that. PDF here. We have twice filed an inquiry with the appropriate  FBI internal affairs division. FBI Request for Internal Investigation. We have been summarily ignored.

The Office of Professional Responsibility
FBI Headquarters
935 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, D.C. 20535-0001

CBS did not talk to us or ask us if the FBI warned us — which they did not.

CBS gave Usama Shami, president of the Islamic Community Center of Phoenix, an open platform, never challenging him on his past falsehoods: he previously lied about the jihadis’ involvement in the mosque.

Nor did CBS mention that Geert Wilders, the leader of Holland’s second largest political party, was there and was targeted for assassination as well. Imagine if they had been successful. Dutch freedom fighter Geert Wilders was the keynote speaker; he has been living with armed guards for years for supposedly “insulting Islam.” My colleague Robert Spencer has received numerous death threats from Muslims. Cartoon contest winner Bosch Fawstin drew Muhammad. Did Obama’s pro-Islam FBI want us all dead?
What other conclusion can be reached?

CBS blamed the FBI spying on Ibrahim Simpson, which made him go rogue, and Soofi’s business going bad for his going jihad. Never the correct and obvious explanation: Islam.

But the big story is the FBI.

CBS’s segment works from the incitement, entrapment angle — which is absurd. These jihadis were plotting jihad at the Super Bowl and planning to travel to Syria to join ISIS, and we’re supposed to believe they were entrapped? What could anyone say to you or me that would make you a mass murderer? Nothing.
While I do believe that undercover FBI agents have to play along with the jihadis they’re dealing with, because in order to be in an informant you have to have credibility, it’s a whole other thing if you’re encouraging and cheering on the proposed murder of Americans who are standing in defense of the freedom of speech, and then not doing anything about it. Why did the FBI only have one agent there? And not a team waiting for them to shoot back?
In the wake of Garland, the media attacks on us were the overwhelming and overarching story. But outside of that, one of the stories that bubbled to the surface was that the FBI knew about the attack before it happened, but did not alert law enforcement or my security apparatus. When I first heard that the FBI had prior notice of the attack, I thought that it was very short-term notice. It was assumed by many people that the FBI had had some sketchy prior knowledge of the attack, but nothing particularly specific.
Now we find they were in on the planning of the jihad attack, and did nothing about it. If you recall, the FBI only got around to alerting Garland police about Simpson’s jihad plans three hours before our event. It was Garland police, not the FBI, that coordinated all the super security efforts with our own security team.
The FBI knew about the impending attack, one of their agents told Simpson to “tear up Texas,” and an accomplice of Simpson was even communicating with the undercover agent at the time of the attack.The Daily Beast reported that this accomplice “asked the undercover officer about the Draw Muhammad event’s security, size, and police presence, during the event, according to an affidavit filed in court. The affidavit does not specify what the undercover responded to questions about size and security.” Why not? Why weren’t the agent’s answers released?
They knew about the attack, yet they didn’t have a team there in case the jihadis started shooting? It’s hard to escape the conclusion that the Obama FBI wanted me and the other speakers at the event dead.
I’ve been trying to get my mind around this thing. What was Obama trying to do? Teach Americans a lesson? Enforce the edict that he enunciated in the wake of the Benghazi jihad slaughter, that “the future must not belong to those to slander the prophet of Islam”?

If people had died at our Garland event, the murders would have had a blood-chilling effect on the freedom of speech in America. That, in my view, appears to have been what the Obama administration wanted — and certainly that’s what the enemedia wanted in the wake of our event, as it gleefully and relentlessly blamed us for violating Sharia blasphemy laws and getting shot at. Watch the whole thing:

“60 Minutes investigates first ISIS-claimed attack in U.S. and what the FBI knew”

60 Minutes, March 26, 2017:

A terrorist attack in Texas by two U.S. citizens shows how hard it is to prevent such an attack — even when one of the terrorists is well-known to the FBI

The following is a script from “Attack in Garland,” which aired on March 26, 2017. Anderson Cooper is the correspondent. Graham Messick and Steve McCarthy, producers. Jack Weingart, associate producer.

Wednesday’s terror attack in London by a man who had been known to British law enforcement is just the latest reminder of how difficult it is to prevent an attack before it takes place. Here in the U.S., in just the past three years, more than 100 people have been arrested for ISIS-related crimes. The FBI devotes significant resources to identifying potential terrorists and sometimes spends years tracking them. The terror attack in Garland, Texas, two years ago was the first claimed by ISIS on U.S. soil.

It’s mostly been forgotten because the two terrorists were killed by local cops before they managed to murder anyone. In looking into what happened in Garland, we were surprised to discover just how close the FBI was to one of the terrorists. Not only had the FBI been monitoring him for years, there was an undercover agent right behind him when the first shots were fired.

The target of the attack was an event taking place in this conference center on May 3, 2015. A self-described free speech advocate named Pamela Geller was holding a provocative contest, offering a cash-prize for the best drawing of the prophet Muhammad, whose depiction is considered sacrilege by some Muslims. Security outside was heavy. There were dozens of police, a SWAT team, and snipers.
“The Garland attack is essentially the first opening salvo when it comes to attacks on the homeland.”

More than 100 people were gathered inside and the event was ending when two terrorists drove up to a checkpoint manned by a Garland police officer and a school security guard. This grainy image shows both law-enforcement personnel standing next to an unmarked police car seconds before the attack. Bruce Joiner, the security guard, was unarmed.

Bruce Joiner: It’s like they pull up, stop, and the doors open.

Anderson Cooper: Do you remember seeing the weapon?

Bruce Joiner: Oh, yeah. Definitely saw their weapon. And that’s when I locked onto his face ‘cause he’s got this smile.

Anderson Cooper: He was literally smiling?

Bruce Joiner: Yeah, like, “I got ya. I got ya.”

The two terorrists opened fire with automatic rifles. Joiner dove for cover, but was shot in the leg. Officer Greg Stevens, returned fire with his handgun. Police nearby ran toward the scene.

Eyewitness video: And right here (expletive) just started shooting at this convention!

When this video was recorded by a passerby, both terrorists had been mortally wounded by Officer Stevens, and were laying on the ground next to their car.

Eyewitness video: They still shootin man! …

A SWAT team shot them both in the head.

Bruce Joiner: Because they kept moving and they weren’t sure there were explosives involved they had to shoot them.

Anderson Cooper: How quick did all of this happen?

Bruce Joiner: Oh, it’s a matter of seconds. I would say 20, 30 seconds. It’s very quick.

The next day as the FBI picked through the crime scene, the evidence showed Garland police had prevented a massacre. The terrorists brought six guns, hundreds of rounds of ammunition, bulletproof and tactical vests, and Xeroxed copies of the black flag of ISIS. They were identified as 31-year-old Elton Simpson and 34-year-old Nadir Soofi. Just hours before the attack they had sent this tweet pledging allegiance to ISIS. But Simpson was already well-known to the FBI.

He grew up in the suburbs of Chicago, and moved to Phoenix, Arizona, in middle school. He briefly played college basketball before dropping out and converting to Islam when he was 20.

According to leaders of the Phoenix mosque he attended, Simpson was well-liked and soft-spoken.

Usama Shami: He was always asking questions, attending lectures.

Usama Shami is president of the Islamic Community Center of Phoenix. People here thought so much of the young Muslim convert, who took the name “Ibrahim,” that he was included in the mosque’s promotional video in 2007.

Elton Ibrahim Simpson: When you come together and you pray five times a day with the brothers and you’re reminded about the hereafter…

But at the time of this interview, Simpson had already become interested in radical Islam, and the Phoenix FBI, which was investigating one of his friends, hired an informant, a Sudanese refugee named Dabla Deng, to check Simpson out.

Anderson Cooper: There are informants inside the mosque?

Usama Shami: Yeah. I mean the whole case with Elton Simpson was with an informant that he was befriending Elton and taping his conversations.

Dabla Deng spent three years pretending to be Simpson’s friend, and was paid $132,000 by the FBI. He taped more than 1,500 hours of their conversations and finally recorded him talking about traveling overseas to wage jihad. Simpson lied to the FBI about it and got three years probation.

Usama Shami: When he found out that this guy was spying on him, and taping him and then finding out that the government was doing that, I think something clicked in him. And the mosque, we couldn’t do anything. Because we don’t know what he did.

Anderson Cooper: He felt that the mosque had abandoned him?

Usama Shami: Yes. And he felt that a lot of people had abandoned him. And that’s why he stopped coming to the mosque.

He moved into this Phoenix apartment complex with Nadir Soofi, who he knew from the mosque. Soofi had just had a bitter break-up and the pizza parlor he owned was going out of business. It was here in this apartment that Simpson and Soofi began closely following the rise of ISIS, reaching out to their supporters online, and acquiring weapons for a terrorist attack.

Seamus Hughes: Simpson and Soofi knew what they were getting into and I think they likely knew they were going to die.

Seamus Hughes tracks the online activities of ISIS sympathizers in the U.S. He served at the National Counter Terrorism Center, and is currently deputy director of George Washington University’s “Program On Extremism,” where he also trains FBI agents on how to identify American jihadis.

Anderson Cooper: Why is the Garland attack so significant?

Seamus Hughes: The Garland attack is essentially the first opening salvo when it comes to attacks on the homeland.

Anderson Cooper: Attacks in the United States?

Seamus Hughes: Attacks in the United States. These low-level attacks by ones and twos of people who are drawn to the ideology and decide to act.

Using an old-fashioned law enforcement tool, Hughes maps out ISIS’ online tentacles into the United States.

Seamus Hughes: So you have the two attackers, Soofi and Simpson. They’re also talking to Mohammed Miski, who’s an ISIS recruiter in Somalia.

Anderson Cooper: This is somebody in Somalia who they’re talking to online–

Seamus Hughes: Uh-huh. Yep. Through an encrypted app, Surespot. They’re also talking to Junaid Hussein.

Anderson Cooper: And he’s in Raqqa?

Seamus Hughes: He’s in Raqqa.

Raqqa is ISIS’ stronghold in Syria. Hughes calls Junaid Hussain an “ISIS rock star,” a British citizen, who communicated online with English-speaking recruits worldwide. He was killed in a U.S. drone strike a year-and-a-half ago. “Miski,” an American living in Somalia, tweeted this link about the “draw Muhammad contest,” in Garland, Texas, and direct-messaged Elton Simpson urging him to attack it.

Seamus Hughes: The most interesting part about this is we’re in a hybrid time, right. Before we used to be worried about these network attacks, think of 9/11 with the hijackers training for years and then coming over here. And then, we had lone actor attacks, individuals who were kind of drawn to this and decided to act. Now, we’re in this weird moment in between, where you have a number of individuals in Raqqa, reaching out to Americans in Ohio, New York, and other places and saying, “So here’s the knife you should use. Here’s the address of the local U.S. military officer and do what you can.”

Anderson Cooper: Do you think Elton Simpson would have launched this attack if it wasn’t for people in ISIS overseas who were online whispering in his ear?

Seamus Hughes: I think the folks whispering in his ear was a big part of it.

The FBI closed the case on Elton Simpson in 2014, only to re-open it several weeks before the attack because of statements he made on social media.

Seamus Hughes: It speaks to a larger problem the FBI has, which is you have an individual who pops into your radar in 2006, but doesn’t commit an attack until 2015. So do you want the FBI to watch this individual for nine years?

After the attack, Phoenix FBI agents became convinced the two men hadn’t acted alone, and began investigating Elton Simpson’s friends. They arrested this man Abdul Malik Abdul Kareem, a 43-year-old convert to Islam who grew up in Philadelphia, and accused him of funding the attack, as well as training and encouraging Simpson and Soofi.

Witnesses at Abdul-Kareem’s trial testified the three men watched ISIS execution videos together and discussed attacking a military base or the 2015 Super Bowl in Glendale, Arizona. Abdul-Kareem denied taking part in any discussions about a terror attack and says he rejected his friend’s growing radicalization.

He was found guilty on multiple counts and sentenced to 30 years in prison. But his attorney Dan Maynard continued to investigate, and uncovered new evidence the FBI was much closer to the Garland attack than anyone realized.

Anderson Cooper: After the trial, you discovered that the government knew a lot more about the Garland attack than they had let on?

Dan Maynard: That’s right. Yeah. After the trial we found out that they had had an undercover agent who had been texting with Simpson, less than three weeks before the attack, to him “Tear up Texas.” Which to me was an encouragement to Simpson.

The man he’s talking about was a special agent of the FBI, working undercover posing as an Islamic radical. The government sent attorney Dan Maynard 60 pages of declassified encrypted messages between the agent and Elton Simpson – and argued “Tear up Texas” was not an incitement. But Simpson’s response was incriminating, referring to the attack against cartoonists at the French magazine Charlie Hebdo: “bro, you don’t have to say that…” He wrote “you know what happened in Paris… so that goes without saying. No need to be direct.”

But it turns out the undercover agent did more than just communicate online with Elton Simpson. In an affidavit filed in another case the government disclosed that the FBI undercover agent had actually “traveled to Garland, Texas, and was present… at the event.”

Dan Maynard: I was shocked. I mean I was shocked that the government hadn’t turned this over. I wanted to know when did he get there, why was he there?

And this past November, Maynard was given another batch of documents by the government, revealing the biggest surprise of all. The undercover FBI agent was in a car directly behind Elton Simpson and Nadir Soofi when they started shooting. This cell-phone photo of school security guard Bruce Joiner and police officer Greg Stevens was taken by the undercover agent seconds before the attack.

Anderson Cooper: The idea that he’s taking photograph of the two people who happen to be attacked moments before they’re attacked.

Dan Maynard: It’s stunning.

Anderson Cooper: I mean, talk about being in the right or the wrong place at the right or the wrong time.

Dan Maynard: The idea that he’s right there 30 seconds before the attack happens is just incredible to me.

Anderson Cooper: What would you want to ask the undercover agent?

“I can’t tell you whether the FBI knew the attack was gonna occur. I don’t like to think that they let it occur. But it is shocking to me that an undercover agent sees fellas jumping out of a car and he drives on.”

Dan Maynard: I would love to ask the undercover agent– Are these the only communications that you had with Simpson? Did you have more communications with Simpson? How is it that you ended up coming to Garland, Texas? Why are you even there?

We wanted to ask the FBI those same questions. But the bureau would not agree to an interview. All the FBI would give us was this email statement. It reads: “There was no advance knowledge of a plot to attack the cartoon drawing contest in Garland, Texas.”

If you’re wondering what happened to the FBI’s undercover agent, he fled the scene but was stopped at gunpoint by Garland police. This is video of him in handcuffs, recorded by a local news crew. We’ve blurred his face to protect his identity.

Dan Maynard: I can’t tell you whether the FBI knew the attack was gonna occur. I don’t like to think that they let it occur. But it is shocking to me that an undercover agent sees fellas jumping out of a car and he drives on. I find that shocking.

Anderson Cooper: That he didn’t try to stop–

Dan Maynard: He didn’t try to stop ‘em. Or he didn’t do something. I mean, he’s an agent, for gosh sakes.

Anderson Cooper: If this attack had gone a different way, and lots of people had been killed, would the fact that an undercover FBI agent was on the scene have become essentially a scandal?

Seamus Hughes: It woulda been a bigger story. I think you would have seen congressional investigations and things like that. Lucky for the FBI and for the participants in the event you know, here in Texas, you know, everyone’s a good shot there….

 

  • Mojoman_XXXL

    The next step is to take legal action in a court.

    • wilypagan

      Trump should open an investigation into this matter and use it to cleanse the FBI of Obama detritus.

      • IzlamIsTyranny

        That wouldn’t get rid of the f’ing muslums in the F-I-B though would it?

        • wilypagan

          It depends what they have been doing with their time. First step is to get rid of Comey and his favorite henchmen. I wonder why Trump is hesitating to do so? Do you think they have something on him?

          • IzlamIsTyranny

            I can hardly believe Comey is still there either — after the obvious coverups that were his C-l-i-n-t-0-0-n Crime Family “investigations.”
            Does Trump have the authority to fire Comey?

          • wilypagan

            That is a good question. Even if he does, it would probably not be political to do so until the bogus investigation into Russian meetings during election is over. Comey seems to prefer to flap his lips rather than engage in police work.

  • I haven’t seen FBI work like this since Dillinger escaped from the Little Bohemia lodge.

    • Rocinante44

      bad analogy. the federal bureau of islam was in on this one.

  • Rocinante44

    is it really hard to believe that the muslim president used the federal bureau of islam to aid and abet muslim terrorist attacks on US citizens (especially jewish speakers) on US soil? i don’t doubt it for a second. anyone but the democrat-muslim media would have won a pultizer prize by now breaking this story to the world

  • rambler

    Of course they want us dead or scared to die. How else could the gov keep expanding tyranny? They need us to petition the gov to keep us safe by taking away all liberty and they have no intention of really keeping us “safe” until we give up our rights.

    • skipsart

      And then they won’t have to bother protecting us.

      • IzlamIsTyranny

        IT wasn’t the F-I-B who protected the people at the Garland, TX event — it was the local police.

        • tony curti

          FBI: Fkn Bunch of Idiots..?

  • Voytek Gagalka

    “60 Minutes” – A self-described “journalists” pretending of saying something important but being really a propaganda tube for and by the die-hard Left. The only thing which they show as relevant seems to be only that clicking clock presented three times during that said “60 minutes” describing how fast time goes by when “60 Minutes” stuffers talk usual nonsense in-between. (I did not watch them for years now and am not sure if that clicking clock is still shown; excuse me if it is not and they altered the format of their program now, but that was how it was presented always years ago.)

    • mztore

      As you did, I quit watching them years ago. Someone was watching out for me when I heard this little voice from inside saying to turn the news and such crap off. Haven’t watched the news on TV for a long long time. 60 minutes even longer. My husband taught me many years ago to “listen to that little voice” He said it was my Spirit talking to me.

      • GandalfsTrouserpress

        The little voice could be your spirit guides.
        Mine are always ahead of me and wise.
        They can see we’re in a mess.
        Stay bright :-)

  • AlgorithmicAnalyst

    When a critically important message about the possibility of an imminent terrorist attack is sent to the local police like that, the protocol should be that a response is required, to make sure the local police received it. Here is another article:

    https://pjmedia.com/homeland-security/2017/03/26/60-minutes-whitewashes-massive-fbi-failure-in-2015-isis-texas-terror-attack/

  • Walt Parkman

    I work next door to the FBI offices in Reno. Very unfriendly bunch. Never a “hi” or a wave, nothing.

    • mztore

      Don’t bother, they all think they are better than the “man/woman” on the street.

  • Chris Wolf

    We have to demand some answers from Comey and obama on this.
    And then hold them culpable for their conspiracy against America.

    • IzlamIsTyranny

      Comey? The professional liar? Would you believe him if he did answer you?

      • Chris Wolf

        The sea change is still gathering full effect.

  • Dave Quilty

    If the federalis were willing to tail the banditos to the scene of attack unempeded with full knowledge of murderous intent , there can be no greater exhibit of corruption. The contributors ,attendees as well as the organizers and the like minded should alert AG Seesions to investigate and purge all the players.

    • Manual Paleologos

      You’ve got to look at it from the FIB’s perspective. The more casualties, the bigger their next budget request. Now be a good little citizen and die.

  • Crystal Waters

    This swamp is huge!

  • IzlamIsTyranny

    Was the undercover F-i-B agent a muslum? That would explain a LOT. He could tell his superiors one thing, while collaborating w/his muslum brothers on the other. If I was Molly Norris I would be very afraid a muslum friendly F-i-B knows my real identity.

  • soundclick.com/Globalfirm

    Similar thing with the US arming Islamistisis.
    We need accountability. Justice must rule, Islam not.
    # Free the Leavenworth 10, the Biafra-leader, the African slaves from Saudi Arabia to Mauritania…

  • Patrick

    Our intel agencies have become infused with politically correct cowards. They cannot be trusted any longer.

    • Deplorable Kulak

      Too many muzz limbs.

      • tony curti

        TOO MUCH OIL MONEY.

    • Rob Porter

      You are right. I wouldn’t trust Comey’s FBI further than I couldn’t them. Shortly before he left office over his Brexit failure, Britain’s David Cameron with Obama present, spoke of the U.S.’s wonderful security agencies and even then I aloud said, “Do you know what you are talking about? They’re useless!” And so they are. Both the FBI and CIA are rubbish and I seriously doubt the Roger’s mob are any better. This story highlights what a contemptible lot they are.

    • tony curti

      IT’s not that they are cowards so much as they are treasonous traitors. BIG DIFFERENCE. THEY
      WANT THIS TO HAPPEN. Surprised they didn’t open fire in support of the jihadis. Comey is a duplicitous bitch. His sneakiness makes we wonder if he isn’t involved in the pedophile rings in some way shape or form.

    • TD

      The Obama Legacy.
      I hope Trump really does keep draining this swamp left behind by his “muslim brotherhood” sympathizing predecessor.

    • Crystal Waters

      They have become infused with Islam.

    • All fed agencies are purposely “infused” with Obama’s IslamoMarxist vipers.

  • Deplorable Kulak

    The FBI fish rots from the head down.

  • G-d Bless Pamela & Robert

    Unfortunately you can’t rely on anyone these days to do their job. Disappointing but not surprising these politically correct idiots cannot be trusted to their job. Intel agencies are stupidly left-wing – that’s easier than dealing with reality. They prefer to stick their heads in the sand.

    Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer are smart and have the best extensive security – Israeli security would be the best (hopefully Shin Bet previously known as the Mossad) (not the idiots from the movie Gatekeeper but the smart ones – who don’t let themselves be filmed for any amount of money) as they have lots of experience dealing with terrorists and know how to deal with them effectively.

    The US and Canada could learn a lot from Israel and how they thwart and stop attacks by these nutbars.

    G-d watches over Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer and also smart former IDF combat soldiers and Shin Bet intelligence.

  • IzlamIsTyranny

    Is anyone else having issues accessing pamelageller.com? I’ve experienced issues similar to what was described in a jihadwatch article on ISP’s blocking access to non-politically correct websites (particularly counter-jihad websites). Sucuri firewall has been particularly interfering. I’m wondering if firefox is part of it.

  • enubus

    So James Comey was involved in this, and he is investigating President Trump since March of 2016? This bastard needs to go.

  • Drew the Infidel

    I well remember the news reports that day from that incident that said that the FBI, and everyone else plugged into the vast government surveillance network, claimed there was no credible threat just moments prior to the bullets starting to fly. It is incomprehensible that these characters could drive all the way from Phoenix to Garland, a trip of nearly 1,000 miles, undetected by those whose business it is to know such things.

  • iprazhm

    A large segment of the FBI is a crime syndicate who has murdered in cold blood, innocent American citizens. One citizen, Lavoy Finicum, was murdered because Harry Reid and Hillary Clinton wanted the land of a rancher for it’s uranium content deep in the earth, to sell to a Russian Uranium co.. Come to find out, it’s common practice of the FBI to be the long deadly arm of corrupt politicians. Along with corrupt judges, mayors, govs and sheriffs.

  • Manual Paleologos

    It was too dangerous for the FIB agent to involve himself. Those guys had guns. The FIB’s chief tactic against terrorism is to identify some half-wit on the social media, radicalize him with agents provocateur, set him up with a fake bomb, and arrest him. Easy peasy. No danger to the FIBbers.

    The FIB has been a corrupt nest of weasels since the early days of J Edgar. Every cop I’ve ever talked to, who has worked with them, hates their guts.

  • Jeffery Myers

    These revelations demand a full Congressional hearing. There’s no justification whatsoever for Comey’s FBI to have allowed Soofi and Simpson to get within a light-year of Garland Police let along shooting range.

    • IzlamIsTyranny

      I wonder if the mere fact the muslums crossed state lines w/their arsenal of firearms constituted a crime in itself?

  • Jeffery Myers

    Pamela Geller makes reference to the sworn affidavit given by FBI
    Special Agent Shawn Scott Hare. The link to the affidavit is here:

    https://cchs.gwu.edu/sites/cchs.gwu.edu/files/downloads/Hendricks%20Affidavit%20in%20Support%20of%20a%20Criminal%20Complaint.pdf

    1. The FBI Knew Of The Plan To Attack Garland
    On page 41,
    you see that the undercover FBI agent aka “UCE-1”
    discussed, on May 1, 2015, via social media, the upcoming attack in
    Garland with both Simpson aka “Jabu” and Hendricks aka
    “Abdul Malik Abdul Kareem”. The undercover agent “UCE-1”
    again discussed the imminent attack with Hendricks (and presumably
    Simpson) on May 2.

    2. The FBI Provided ISIS Attackers with Tactical Information
    On page 43 of the affidavit, you see that the federal agent is actually
    at the scene of the intended mass murder AND he is communicating with
    Hendricks (and presumably Soofi and Simpson).

    “…UCE-1 subsequently traveled to Garland, Texas and was present on or about
    May 3, 2015, at the event. UCE-1 notified Hendricks that he/she was
    in the vicinity of the “Draw the Prophet Muhammad Contest”
    event in Garland, Texas.”

    The obvious question is why is the undercover agent (UCE-1) in Garland if not to stop the attack?
    Why is the undercover agent still communicating with the terrorists
    right up to the moment of the shooting?

    3. The FBI Undercover Agent was the “eyes” of the Jihadists.
    On page 43, the undercover agent (UCE-1) is
    described as giving Hendricks (and presumably Soofi and Simpson)
    tactical information and reconnaissance.

    “…Hendricks asked UCE-1 a series of questions related to the security posture, to
    include: “How is security?;” How big is gathering?;”
    “How many ppl?;” “How many police/agents?;” “How
    big is building?;” “Is it wood?;” “Do u see feds
    there?;” “Do you see snipers?;” and “How many
    media?”

    “…UCE-1 provided Hendricks with a series of general observations,…”

    On page 47, we see Hendricks and the undercover federal agent (UCE-1) discussing the
    attack. It is clear that the federal agent witnessed the attack. He
    appears to have done nothing to prevent the attack. He appears to
    actually assisted by serving as the “eyes of Hendricks.”

  • ConnectingDots

    60 Minutes is almost two years late, not reporting this during Obama’s second term but instead waiting until after Trump took office. For viewers who don’t pay attention, it looks like the fault of the Trump administration.

  • GandalfsTrouserpress

    Not sure I would have got out of my car in the middle of a gunfight.
    Luckily the local police were on the ball.

  • Dave Mc
  • aebe

    The passed presidunce said islam had his loyalty . Ought to be someone in the fbi willing to speak up .

    Validate your 2nd Amendment Rights… Carry

  • wjamyers

    where is a mirror upload for this video which has been taken down from YouTube (totally shockingly)?

  • Really?

    “Tear up Texas” and the FBI agent being there prove that he was actually a part of the terror plot. He needs to be arrested and charged as an accessory to terrorism.

  • LeslieFish

    Why so surprised? Half a century ago, an FBI agent sat in the same car with a KKK bastard who ran down and shot Viola Liuzo — and did nothing to stop the murder. This is par for the course.

  • Steve

    This are holes in this swamp that plummet straight to to hell.

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