That’s right. You choose to believe Beck, even though he has no reliable sources, and, indeed, the people responsible for deportation (you know, the ICE) says he’s wrong. The only people who will choose to believe Glenn Beck about this innocent Saudi are people that want him to be guilty. Glenn Beck lied. Nothing supports his story.
And then people on the forum have the gall to claim they’re a persecuted minority. Seriously?
They never had the guy in the first place, bro. Further, the person they’re deporting isn’t even the original Saudi that people were claiming was a person of interest, and indeed has NOTHING TO DO WITH THE BOMBING. Beck’s supposed source even says he’s wrong! So what the heck are you blathering about?
People are hearing Saudi and going “SEE THEM MUSLIMS BOMBED US.” That is exactly what is happening when two different Saudi Arabians are being blamed separately as the same person responsible for the bombing, both who had nothing to do with it.
Good gracious. People hear Saudi and go head over heels hoping it’s a terrorist.
The federal officials’ explanation echoed comments by a Saudi official at the country’s embassy in Washington. The embassy official said that a Saudi national has been questioned as a witness but is not regarded as a suspect. The Saudi official cited information provided to the embassy by U.S. law enforcement officials.
“We’re not aware of any Saudi suspect or Saudi person of interest,” said the Saudi official, who spoke on the condition of anonymity because of the preliminary nature of the information.
He declined to identify the young man, but said he sustained serious burn injuries. The official said the victim is cooperating with U.S. investigators and granted permission for his Boston area apartment to be searched.
“He volunteered to have it searched,” the Saudi official said. “He is fully cooperating with authorities.”
A senior law enforcement official with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) told TheBlaze Thursday that reports claiming the department was deporting Abdul Rahman Ali Alharbi under section 212 3B (“security and related grounds”) and had opened an “event” (or file) on the Saudi Arabian national following the Boston attacks is “categorically false.”
The official also told TheBlaze that Alharbi was never in custody nor ever considered for deportation by ICE, but that the department does have a different Saudi national in custody being held on grounds unrelated to the Boston bombings.
You have to ask yourself why you’re choosing to believe Beck.
Beck did not start that, it was reported on Hannity and DAMN kid! the whole administration is falling all over themselves to clear up the nonsense. You deliberately try to refute statements because it makes you important in your own eyes. You really have no idea what you are talking about.
Yup, nothing to see here. Because it’s Beck just dismiss everything!
Documents have been presented to Congress confirming that plans were made to revoke the visa of Abdul Rahman Ali Alharbi, a Saudi national once considered a “person of interest” in the Boston bombings, a congressional source told TheBlaze on Thursday.
Other sources, including one at the FBI, previously informed TheBlaze that there have been discussions about deporting Alharbi on “security and related grounds.” He has been living in the Boston area and in the U.S. on a student visa. An FBI source said the agency is against deporting Alharbi because of his status as a material witness.
The congressional source told TheBlaze it was unclear as to why representatives from Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) would be unaware of this information. Earlier on Thursday, an official with ICE said it was “categorically false” that Alharbi had ever been considered for deportation.
The congressional source, however, said the information sent to Congress showed that a file was created on “Abdul Rahman Ali Al Harby” at 4 p.m. on Tuesday by an official with the National Targeting Center, a counterterrorism sub-agency of U.S. Customs and Border Protection and the Department of Homeland Security. The file stated that the individual is “linked to the Boston bombing” and was to be processed for revocation of his visa based on national security grounds, the congressional source revealed.