Canada Free Press By Daniel Greenfield Tuesday, December 15, 2009 The thirteen US soldiers murdered at Fort Hood were killed by the bullets fired by Malik Nidal Hassan, but there were those who helped Nassan fire his bullets, who did everything but hold his gun and pull the trigger for him. The initial FBI review has found that the Justice Department guidelines for opening a criminal investigation were too high, in turn investigators have said that it now requires a very high standard of evidence in order to convict a terrorist plotter.
Pursuing charges before all the evidence is in hand can backfire â€“ suspects have sued authorities before, claiming they were falsely imprisoned victims of witch huntsâ€¦ Five Muslim immigrants were convicted last year of conspiring to kill U.S. soldiers at Fort Dix in New Jersey, but they were acquitted of attempted murder after prosecutors acknowledged they were probably months away from acting. ...
In January 2006, agents watched as a young man suspected of links to terrorists walked out of an Atlanta Home Depot with materials that could be used to make a bomb.
They knew Syed Haris Ahmed had researched bombmaking techniques online and shaved his head, as some jihadis have done before an attack.
However, they decided to wait to arrest him and keep building a stronger case â€“ and risk a potential terror attack. More: http://canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/17967