Al-Qaeda Bombmakers Found Living in US Public Housing
Didn’t Obama say Al-Qaeda was on the run?
Al-Qaeda bombers were found living comfy in US public housing in Kentucky.
Al-Qaeda bombers Mohanad Shareef Hammadi (rigth) and Mohanad Shareef Hammadi were found living in government housing in Kentucky.
BizPac Review reported:
Two al Qaeda-Iraq terrorists were discovered living as refugees in Kentucky in 2009. The men later admitted in court that they’d attacked U.S. soldiers in Iraq, ABC News reported.
The investigation showed that Waad Ramadan Alwan was mistakenly allowed to resettle in Bowling Green, home to Western Kentucky University and very close to the Army’s Fort Knox and Fort Campbell.
Alwan and another Iraqi refugee living there, Mohanad Shareef Hammadi, had been detained during the war by Iraqi authorities, federal prosecutors told ABC News.
Stunningly, federal officials said Alwan lived in public housing across the street from a school bus stop, and collected public assistance payouts.
Alwan was secretly taped by the FBI bragging about building a dozen or more bombs in Iraq and used a sniper rifle to kill American soldiers in the Bayji area north of Baghdad.
Hammadi and Alwan pleaded guilty in 2011 and 2012 to conspiring to ship thousands in cash, machine guns, rifles, grenades and shoulder-fired missiles to al-Qaida in Iraq in 2010 and 2011.
The US may have let several terrorists in to the country accidentally.