Thursday, June 10, 2010

Brizzi Confirms Terrorist Link Is Part Of Nationwide Investigation

Marion County Prosecutor Carl Brizzi confirms that the raid on a number of Indianapolis area gas stations/convenience stores resulting in the seizure of $177,000 in cash and the arrest of five foreign nationals is part of a larger investigation nationwide of suspected terrorists with ties to the Middle East. The investigation is looking at substantial wire transfers made by foreign nationals from Pakistan and Yemen where radical Muslim terrorist training camps and bases of operation are located. Brizzi told reporters today:

Marion County Prosecutor Carl Brizzi(R) said the two year investigation into food stamp fraud is much bigger than Central Indiana. Brizzi said it includes other cities, and people on the nation's terrorist watch list.
"I don't want to jump to any conclusions because we don't have any hard evidence that says these businesses were engaged in funding any sort of terrorism, but we know that they have ties to the Middle East, we do have some compelling evidence there were significant wire transfers and UPS packages," said Brizzi.
"This ring could be bigger than Indianapolis for sure," Brizzi told Fox59 News.
The accused are charged with defrauding the federal government out of as much as $10,000 a month in food stamp dollars. Brizzi never uttered the word "Muslim" or "Islam," but we can read between the lines. It's funny how any extremist Christian who commits a violent act or act of terrorism is immediately identified by religion without reservation. Political correctness now bars public officials and the media from stating the obvious when terrorists involve people of the Islamic faith. We're supposed to pretend they are just terrorists who were not driven to plot or carry out terrorist acts based on their religious views.


Unknown said...

This ring could be bigger than Indianpolis?

Is Carl talking about food stamps or is he talking about insider trading at Cellstar/CLST, National Lampoon and Brightpoint?

Gary R. Welsh said...

LOL, Craig. After what I've learned the past year, I'm beginning to think the only people who make a lot of money in the stock market are people who trade on inside information. The SEC has become one big joke. They ignore most evidence of insider trading hand fed to them by whistleblowers so why wouldn't the scandrals cheat.

Sean Shepard said...

Your point about using the words "Muslim" or "Islam" is well taken not necessarily specific to those terms; but, that in our media drive, attack-dog PC world honest debate and discussion is stifled.

You can't have honest and open discussions about race, religion, national origin, socialism, communism, gay rights or much of anything else because of the delicate egg shells that must be walked on to avoid cries of bigot, racist, xenophobe or otherwise being labeled hyperbolic.

In a 9-second sound bite world it makes it awfully difficult for people to fully expound about their intentions because the most hyperbolic thing they say is what will end up on the news without context.

M Theory said...

In the last two years anyone without insider knowledge could have doubled their assets by investing in gold or silver.

It should be noted that there is no sales tax on metals, nor is there a tax on the capital gains.

Gary R. Welsh said...

I hear you, Sean. Every time I make a blog post that criticizes someone who is black or point up the truth about Islam, I'm immediately attacked by Wilson Allen and Chris Worden as being a bigot. Their goal is to silence all dissent. Muslims have particularly proven very successful at silencing dissent in this country by screaming racism and bigotry. It won't silence me. I will speak the truth whether they like it or not.

Marycatherine Barton said...

Well, Brizzi is again the good guy, back in the news supposedly as our protector. I would rather trust the intelligence findings of the experts at, before those of Mueller, Obama, and Israel's FBI, or Obama and Napolitano's Homeland Insecurity.