Breaking: Al-Qaeda Killer & Dem Operative Worked at New Jersey Nuclear Plant
Al-Qaeda killer and former democratic operative, Sharif Mobley, worked at a nuclear plant in New Jersey.
Sharif Mobley, 26, shot his way out of a hospital in Yemen last week.
Al-Qaeda terrorist, Sharif Mobley, was arrested in Yemen earlier this year. The New Jersey man shot two men at a hospital in Yemen over the weekend after being arrested in the company of several al-Qaeda members. Sharif Mobley, 26, was quietly detained earlier this year by Yemeni authorities. He worked for former Democratic Governor Jon Corzine’s campaign in 2005.
A New Jersey official says a suspected terrorist who worked at a complex of nuclear power plants did not breach security there.
Mike Drewniak, a spokesman for Gov. Chris Christie, says his office has been told that Sharif Mobley was supervised and had no problems when he worked at three power plants in Salem County from 2002 to 2008.
PSEG Nuclear spokesman Joe Delmar said Thursday that Mobley worked as a laborer for several contractors at the three plants and others in the region.
The 26-year-old Mobley, who grew up in New Jersey and later lived in Philadelphia and Newark, Del., is in custody in Yemen as a suspected member of al-Qaida.
A spokesman for the Yemeni Embassy in Washington says those charges have nothing to do with his employment at the plants.