False Positive; Stupid Niggers in Miami charged with Talking While Black
By Sinclere Lee
MIAMI, Florida (BNW) In what appears to be a false positive in the case of the Blacks arrested on terrorist charges, and if these crazy Niggers are guilty of anything, its Talking While Black TWB and being stupid! Authorities have charged seven men with involvement in a plot to destroy the nation's tallest building, the Sears Tower in Chicago.
The men were arrested at a warehouse in Miami, in an undercover operation, and they appear to have been setup by an FBI informer who turned Agent Provocateur. The FBI says the suspects, believed to be Muslims, had pledged allegiance to al-Qaeda, but had no contacts with it.
The group, which was infiltrated by an agent posing as an al-Qaeda member, includes two foreigners - one of them a Haitian and five US citizens. If there is a lesson to be learned for the Black community, it's keep your mouth shut and stay out of the mess with the Sand Niggers and these crackers.
"They were persons who for whatever reason came to view their home country as the enemy," US Attorney-General Alberto Gonzales told reporters. Stupid Bush has been trying to get the Black community in this country involved in his war against terror for over five years, but to a one, the Black community has said no to this fool, so now theyre making up shit!
No weapons were found in the Miami warehouse, and the seven had not posed any immediate danger, the FBI said.
Deputy FBI leader John Pistole said the plot had been "aspirational" rather than "operational".
Mani Garcia, city editor of the Miami Herald newspaper, told the BBC World Service the suspects had been described as "wannabes or sympathizers".
Batiste gave the informant a list of equipment he needed to "wage jihad" including "boots, uniforms, machine guns, radios and vehicles," according to the document, as well as bullet-proof vests and $50,000 in cash.
"In order to obtain funding and support for the mission to wage war against the United States, Narseal Batiste and other conspirators attempted to obtain the support of al Qaeda," the document said.
"... the conspirators pledged an oath to al Qaeda and supported a purported mission of al Qaeda to destroy FBI buildings within the United States," it said.
The document said that Batiste wanted to "attend al Qaeda training, along with five of his soldiers, during the second week of April and further detailed his mission to wage a 'full ground war' against the United States in order to 'kill all the devils we can' ... beginning with the destruction of the Sears Tower."
The indictment accuses the seven men of swearing an oath of loyalty to al Qaeda, Besides Batiste, the indictment names Patrick Abraham, Stanley Phanor, Naudimar Herrera, Burson Augustin, Lyglenson Lemorin and Rotschild Augustine.
The document also alleges that the suspects may have been targeting other buildings.
Batiste and Augustin gave the undercover agent photos of Miami's FBI building; photos and video of the James Lawrence King Federal Justice Building, federal courthouse buildings, the Federal Detention Center and the Miami Police Department; all in Miami-Dade County, according to the indictment.
Law enforcement sources said Thursday that the seven suspects are radical Muslims.
However, senior federal sources told CNN, "These people were not related to al Qaeda." When asked whether they were al Qaeda wannabes, he replied, "possibly."
Sources: 5 suspects American
Federal sources said five of the seven suspects were Americans, one was an illegal immigrant from Haiti whose visa had expired and one man was a resident alien.
No weapons or bomb-making materials were found in the raids, conducted Thursday in the Miami area. One targeted a warehouse in a Liberty City housing project, law enforcement officials said.
No one was inside the warehouse, and it wasn't known where police took the suspects into custody.
'Seas of David'
A man who identified himself as "Brother Corey" said five of the men arrested in Miami were his "brothers," members of the group he identified as "Seas of David."
Brother Corey said the group has "soldiers in Chicago," but was peaceful and not associated with any terrorist organizations.
"This is a place where we worship and also have businesses, as a work site as a construction company we are trying to build up," he said, referring to the Liberty City warehouse where the raids took place.
He said the Seas of David is a religious group that blends the teachings of Christianity and Islam.
A man claiming links to the arrested men told the news channel CNN that they were a peaceful religious group, who studied Allah.
According to a federal indictment, the men were conspiring to "levy war against the United States".
They have been charged with conspiring to blow up both the Sears Tower and the FBI building in North Miami Beach.
The indictment names Narseal Batiste, who allegedly asked an undercover agent he thought was from al-Qaeda for help to build an "Islamic Army to wage Jihad", the indictment said.
He is said to have told the agent he and his "soldiers" wanted al-Qaeda training and planning for a "full ground war" against the US in order to "kill all the devils we can".
His mission would "be just as good or greater than 9/11", Batiste said, according to the indictment.
Neighbors in Miami's poor Liberty City area said the men apparently slept in the warehouse where they were arrested.
"They would come out late at night and exercise. It seemed like a military boot camp they were working on there. They would come out and stand guard," said Tashawn Rose.
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