US SOLDIER ARRESTED For Plotting Attack on Ft. Hood – Explosives Found in Vehicle …Update: Pvt. Nasser Jason Abdo Arrested From Ft. Campbell


PFC Nasser Abdo didn’t want to kill Muslims in Afghanistan… But he plotted to kill US soldiers at Fort Hood. (Jawa Report photo)

At least one US soldier was arrested for planning an attack on Ft. Hood. Authorities found explosives in the soldier’s car.
FOX News reported:

At least one U.S. military serviceman has been arrested for allegedly planning another attack on Ft. Hood, Fox News has learned exclusively.

According to an Army source, one AWOL soldier is in the custody of the Killeen Police Department near Ft. Hood. He was not captured on base. According to another source, two other U.S. soldiers were also arrested earlier today when they were found in possession of weapons and explosives.

Fox News has obtained the names of three possible suspects, but is currently withholding that information.

Sources say the AWOL soldier in custody is from Fort Campbell, Kentucky.

On Nov. 5, 2009, Maj. Nidal Hasan, an American Army officer, carried out a shooting attack on the Ft. Hood base in Texas that killed 13 people and wounded 30 others.

More from SKY News:

Two other US soldiers were also reportedly arrested earlier today, found to be in possession of weapons and explosives.

Fox News has obtained the names of three possible suspects, but is currently withholding that information.

More… The soldier was not affiliated with Fort Hood(?)

UPDATE: Pvt. Nasser Jason Abdo was arrested. He is from Fort Campbell.

Wow! Check this out…
PFC Nasser Abdo, who was a conscientious objector to war who did not want to kill Muslims in Afghanistan.

A shocking decision made by the secretary of the Army last month — in the case of an U.S. Army soldier with the 101st Airborne at Fort Campbell who refused to deploy to Afghanistan claiming that Islamic law prevented him from killing other Muslims — vindicates Fort Hood killer Major Nidal Hasan. He made identical claims and threatened that “adverse events” would occur if military officials didn’t accede to shariah principles.

The subject of the Fort Campbell case is PFC Nasser Abdo, who was granted conscientious objector status last month, only to be brought up on charges last week — two days after being informed of the secretary of the Army’s decision — after child pornography was found on his government-issued computer. The news reports about Abdo’s arrest were the first to mention the Army recognizing him as a conscientious objector. After his arrest, Abdo is now claiming that the child porn charges are the Army’s way of retaliating against him.

Abdo’s case has been championed by a number of media outlets, including Al-Jazeera and CNN.

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