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Florida Man Accused of Planning Bombing at Kansas City 911 Event

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September 11, 2015
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Florida man accused of planning bombing at Kansas City 9/11 event

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Florida man accused of planning bombing at Kansas City 9/11 event

Ben Sturner[/caption]A 20 year old has been arrested after plotting to bomb the annual Kansas City 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb. From Pamela Gellar:This Florida Muslim convert claims to have incited/inspired the jihad attack on our art exhibit in Garland, Texas that led to the death of the two jihadists.He was calling for the death of anyone that depicts Muhammad.Why is it that newbies (converts) are the most bloodthirsty? And why do they understand Islam in the exact same way as millions of other Muslim fighters?When will the elites accept what it is we are really dealing with?


ORANGE PARK, Fla. -A 20-year-old Clay County man was arrested Thursday, accused by the U.S. Attorney’s Office of instructing someone how to make a pressure-cooker bomb, fill it with nails, metal and other items dipped in rat poison to disrupt a Sept. 11 memorial event in Kansas City.After an undercover investigation, the FBI arrested Joshua Goldberg on charges of distributing information related to explosives and weapons of mass destruction. He faced a judge at the federal courthouse in Jacksonville on Thursday.According to U.S. Attorney Lee Bentley III, Goldberg instructed a confidential source how to make a bomb similar to two used in the Boston Marathon bombings two years ago that killed that killed three people and injured an estimated 264 others.Read her full report at PamelaGellar.com.[mwi-cat-listing cat="94" ppp="4" cols="4" desc="false" type="view" btn_color="black" ]

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