January 15, 2015
Twenty-year-old Christopher Cornell of Green Township, Ohio was allegedly planning to set off a bomb in Washington DC.
He had, allegedly, been posting on Twitter saying he wanted to get into some hardcore ISIS-style Islamo-terror, when the FBI contacted him like “yeah bro we’ll set you up.”
And set him up they did, according to his father quoted in an ABC report.
He was posting on Twitter under the name “Raheel Mahrus Ubaydah,” when the FBI located him following posts of pro-ISIS material. They now say that Conell’s master plan was to set off pipe bombs at a national landmark and then begin shooting at anyone around.
“I know my son probably better than anyone,” Cornell’s father, John Cornell Sr., told ABC. “He’s a mommy’s boy. His best friend is his cat Mikey. He still calls his mother ‘Mommy.’ Just a typical kid.”
That doesn’t sound very typical, sir. It in fact sounds completely autistic. Which is what this boy obviously was, meaning that it is equally possible that he did it or was set up.
Probably it is both, as the official narrative is presently stating: he wanted to do something hardcore because he was a confused autist in need of further treatment than he was getting (read: euthanasia) and the FBI decided to take advantage of that to show they need all of these billions of dollars we give them to stop autists who watch ISIS YouTube videos from murdering us on the streets.
The kid admittedly met with an FBI informant twice, in October and November of last year, after having been invited by him to Cincinnati to plan an attack. His father says the kid told him he was going to visit a mosque.
On Wednesday, Cornell bought $2000 worth of guns in preparation for the attack, and his father claims he only had access to $1200 and that the FBI must have given him the money.
This entire thing is a quagmire, symbolic of what America has become.
Let’s just go down the line here.
Cornell was twenty, meaning screening for this type of genetic defectiveness could have been done before he was born, and he could have been aborted.
If this autism is a result of the vaccine conspiracy Alex Jones is always on about then there is that as well – these vaccines are clearly dangerous.
Then there is the social problem and his father: “well, it looks like my autistic son just coverted to Islam, now he’s travelling out of town to visit mosques on weekend getaways. Hmm.”
Then there is the desire of the FBI to set up patsies for fake terrorist attacks in order to secure funding and make it look like autists converting to Islam is Hell Bells.
Then there is the callousness of the FBI in specifically targeting the mentally retarded and setting them up to get arrested for terrorist attacks.
Then there is the system which allows the FBI to behave in this manner. I don’t know if this would technically qualify as entrapment, but I am unclear as to why it wouldn’t.
In criminal law, entrapment is a practice whereby a law enforcement agent induces a person to commit a criminal offense that the person would have otherwise been unlikely to commit. It is a type of conduct that is generally frowned upon, and thus in many jurisdictions is a possible defense against criminal liability.
Depending on the law in the jurisdiction, the prosecution may be required to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the defendant was not entrapped or the defendant may be required to prove that they were entrapped as an affirmative defense.
It was admittedly a sting operation, but in the US those are legal, I guess based on the logic that if you are so stupid as to go along with it you deserve to be in prison.
What a retarded mess.