Re: Will there be a game tonight?
posted at 4/19/2013 5:45 PM EDT
In response to softlaw2's comment:
He was an US citizen, who was a good student, fairly popular, and until Monday was a good American.
Who cares what you claim he was before Monday. He most certainly wasn't "a good American". What he most surely represents is interntaional militiant muslim terrorism. Popularity and "a good student" of what? Who cares what Boston public schools say he was!
He is as much a traiter and guilty of treason as McVeigh. This was a domestic terrorist.
Wrong. He's an international militant muslim terrorist. [b]McVeigh was a U.S. veteran who was a federal jurisdiction case by virtue of the federal facility attack.[/b] McVeigh had zero connections to terrorist organizations and was so delusional with mental illness he believed the government planted a chip in his rear end.
He did not represent the face of worldwide international militant Muslim syndicated terrorism.
Right now he has no known ties to any other terror group.
Right now, he almost surey has ties to organized militant Muslim terrorism planning. And that will be public knowledge just as soon as the AP is de fact forced to publish that aspect of what it likes to reflexively call "domestic terrorism" and "a matter for the criminal justice system".
McVeigh was tried in federal court because he was indicted for violation the following Federal statutes:
Count 1: "conspiracy to detonate a weapon of mass destruction" in violation of 18 USC § 2332a.
Count 2: "use of a weapon of mass destruction" in violation of 18 USC § 2332a (2)(a) & (b).
Count 3: "destruction by explosives resulting in death", in violation of 18 USC § 844(f)(2)(a) & (b).
Counts 4 through 11: "first-degree murder" in violation of 18 USC § 1111, 1114, & 2 and 28 CFR § 64.2(h).
The Federal Government had jurisdiction over that conduct because each charge was alleged to have been carried out with materials that were transported over state lines, thereby affecting interstate commerce.