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In Bowling Green ‘Massacre,’ FBI Agents Foiled an FBI Terror Plot
Elizabeth Nolan Brown, Reason.com, Feb 3 2017

Hammadi and Alwan

Fresh off of making-up a massacre on national television, Kellyanne Conway has been trying to rationalize her rhetorical rant about how the media didn’t cover Obama’s refugee ban after the “Bowling Green Massacre” of 2011 by claiming that what she meant to say was “Bowling Green terrorists.” While there may not have been a terrorist “massacre”in Bowling Green, or any terrorist violence at all, there was a terrorist plot uncovered, Conway noted Friday on Twitter, quickly shifting the spotlight back to the supposed danger posed by Islamic refugees.

Conway is correct about a few things. There were two Bowling Green men arrested for terrorism. They were Iraqis who had come to Pindostan through a refugee resettlement program. Their story did prompt Obama to slow or suspend Iraqi-refugee immigration for around six months. But there are a few other key things to keep in mind about this Bowling Green “terrorist plot.” First of all, it was concocted entirely by the FBI. The young men involved, Waad Ramadan Alwan and Mohanad Sharif Hammadi, had come to Pindostan in 2009 as part of a program for displaced Iraqis. Once settled in Kentucky, the men were solicited by FBI undercover spooks to help them send money and weapons to militants back in Iraq. In Aug 2010, according to an FBI statement, a confidential FBI informant first “represented to Alwan that he was working with a group to ship money and weapons to Mujahadin in Iraq.” From that fall through the following spring, the FBI informant invited Alwan to participate in 10 operations to send weapons or money to Iraq. Hammadi was recruited by Alwan in Jan 2011 and joined in these efforts. Throughout the operations, the FBI supplied all materials and took care of all logistics for the imaginary operation, with Alwan and Hammadi merely offering manpower. Despite the FBI’s assertion that Alwan and Hammadi were just the tip of the terrorist-cell iceberg in small-town Kentucky, the agency never found additional terrorist agents in the area. Back in Iraq, Alwan and Hammadi had been involved efforts to fight off invading Pindo Nazis during the early days of the Iraq war, according to what they told the undercover spooks. But throughout their interactions with the spooks in 2010 and 2011, Alwan and Hammadi never discussed plans to attack anyone or cause destruction on Pindostani soil. And while they were found guilty of attempting to provide material support to AQ in Iraq, the men never indicated that they were personally in contact with any militants of any sort, nor attempted to procure weapons for such individuals, nor attempted to provide any of their own money to such individuals. Rather, they showed up when and where the FBI informant told them to, and helped to physically load decoy supplies into whatever they were allegedly being shipped from. For more on the FBI’s history of manufacturing terrorists like this, see here.

According to the Migration Policy Institute, only three of the 784,000 refugees cleared for Pindo resettlement since 2001, the two Bowling Green men and a male refugee from Uzbekistan,have been arrested for terrorism or plotting terrorist acts. The Uzbek man, Fazl’id-Din Kurbanov, had come here with his parents as Christian refugees who were being persecuted for their religion in Uzbekistan, but once in Pindostan for a few years, Kurbanov converted to Islam. He was convicted in 2015 for possessing unregistered explosives and attempting to provide money and computer support to the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU). Kurbanov was sentenced to 25 years in federal prison. Hammadi was sentenced to life in prison, and Alwan to 40 years. As Ronald Bailey wrote here in 2015, there have been several other terrorism arrests attributed to refugees, such as the Tsarnaev brothers, but they were admitted to Pindostan as minor children of adults granted asylum (in fact, of a CIA operative run by Graham Fuller – RB). Bailey explains:

The distinction between refugees and asylees is not just a legal technicality. Asylees are self-selected. They show up at or within the border and apply for asylum. As long as the asylum application is pending, they cannot be thrown out of the country. In contrast, refugees are generally designated as such by UN officials, and they usually live in refugee camps. They go through a vetting process that takes up to two or three years.

There may be slightly more rogue refugees than the Migration Policy Institute estimates. There was also Mohamed Osman Mohamud, the wannabe Portland Xmas bomber of 2010, who came to Pindostan as a 5-year-old with parents who were either refugees or asylees, and was turned in by his father to the FBI. Ramiz and Sedina Hodzic, two of six Bosnian immigrants indicted in 2015 for allegedly sending money to ISIS, were also admitted as refugees when they were children. Bailey notes that Kurbanov, Mohamud and the Hodzics were all radicalized after coming to Pindostan:

None of these people, be they refugees or anything else, were sleeper agents who intentionally remained inactive for a long period, established a secure position, and then struck. None, in other words, fit the scenario being bandied about to justify keeping the Syrians out.

Following news of Alwan and Hammadi’s arrests, Obama’s State Dept slowed the processing of Iraqi refugee visa applications to a near-halt for several months. Since then, this “Bowling Green terror plot” has resurfaced several times when politically convenient. In 2015, Rand Paul used it as fodder for why we needed to block Obama from allowing in additional Syrian refugees. Now it’s being used by the Trump administration to justify his recent executive order temporarily banning immigration from seven countries.

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CNN’s “State of the Union” now says it declined Conway as a guest for Sunday’s show. It didn’t say why, but the New York Times’ Jim Rutenberg says CNN told him it had “serious questions about her credibility,” and some media watchdogs have been calling on cable news to stop booking Conway for that same reason.

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