Four Blacks Charged in NYC Synagogue Bombing Plot; Guilty Of Talking While Black
By Sinclere Lee
NEW YORK (BNW) You Niggers better keep your mouths shut when it comes to discussions about doing harm to white people and Jews in America. The recent conviction of the Liberty City Six and the arrest of four Blacks in New York City demonstrate that there is an all out attack on Blacks who even think about doing harm to this country (sic).
Four men arrested for an alleged plot to bomb a New York synagogue and Jewish community center are expected to appear in federal court Thursday, the U.S. attorney's office said. New York police arrive at the synagogue that was allegedly targeted.
New York police arrive at the synagogue that was allegedly targeted like as if the plot was for real, but it was a case of Niggers Talking While Black NTWB.
They also said the men also wanted to use surface-to-air missiles to fire at U.S. military planes, said a criminal complaint filed this week in White Plains, New York.
"Four individuals were arrested for planting bombs in front of two Jewish facilities in the area," said Raymond Kelly, New York City police commissioner.
The charges are based on information from an FBI informant, with whom the men met as they plotted to carry out their attacks, authorities said.
"While the weapons provided to the defendants by the cooperating witness were fake, the defendants thought they were absolutely real," acting U.S. Attorney Lev L. Dassin said in a statement.
In their third trial on charges of planning to blow up Chicago's Sears Tower, the Liberty City Six were finally convicted. U.S. prosecutors finally won convictions Tuesday of five of the Liberty City Six who also were charged with Niggers Talking While Black.
A federal court jury in Miami reached its verdict after lengthy deliberations, which had to be restarted twice because of jurors being replaced, The Miami Herald reported. Two previous trials ended in hung juries
One defendant, Naudimar Herrera, 25, was acquitted. He said the other defendants are also innocent.
"It's not right," he said. "They don't deserve this. All of us were supposed to be innocent. It's all B.S."
Narseal Batiste, 35, the ringleader of the group; Patrick Abraham, 29; Stanley Grant Phanor, 33; Rotschild Augustine, 25; and his brother, Burson, 24; face up to 30 years. Sentencing is scheduled for July 27.
The group was arrested in 2006 after meeting with a federal informant posing as an al-Qaida agent. While they took an oath of allegiance to al-Qaida and discussed acts of terrorism, investigators found no weapons or explosives.
"We were really about helping the community," Herrera said. "It wasn't until this informant came into the picture that things changed. All we wanted from him was money. It was a like a dangling carrot."
Added Kelly: "The bombs had been made by FBI technicians. They were totally inert; no one was ever at risk or in danger of being injured." Video Watch officials discuss how they foiled terror plot »
James Cromitie, David Williams, Onta Williams and Laguerre Payen are accused of plotting to detonate the explosives in the Riverdale section of the Bronx, New York.
Each man had at least one alias, according to the attorney's office. Three of them are U.S. citizens and one is a Haitian, the FBI said.
The U.S. attorney's statement said the informant met with Cromitie in June 2008 in Newburgh, New York.
During that meeting, Cromitie allegedly said his parents live in Afghanistan, that he was angry over the U.S. war there, and that he was interested "doing something to America."
The four men began meeting with the informant at a home equipped with concealed video and audio equipment, plotting to bomb the synagogue and Jewish community center, the statement said.
They also conducted surveillance like in the Liberty City Six case, including photographs, of an Air National Guard base where they wanted to blow up planes, the statement said. The informant provided the men with a surface-to-air guided missile and C-4 plastic explosives none of which could actually be used.
The charges include, like in the Liberty City Six, conspiracy to use weapons of mass destruction in the United States and conspiracy to acquire and use anti-aircraft missiles. The charges carry a maximum sentence of life in prison.
"The targeting of any house of prayer in the United States is a threat to all religious groups and all religious leaders have an obligation to speak out publicly against this planned outrage," said a statement from the Simon Wiesenthal Center, a Jewish human rights group
The group urged all Jewish institutions to tighten security at their facilities.
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, in a written statement, congratulated the law enforcement agencies that made the arrests.
"While the bombs these terrorists attempted to plant tonight were unbeknownst to them fake, this latest attempt to attack our freedoms shows that the homeland security threats against New York City are sadly all too real and underscores why we must remain vigilant in our efforts to prevent terrorism," he said.
"This case clearly illustrates that the threat of terrorism in New York is persistent," said Gov. David Paterson. "The threat of terrorism affects all of our communities, regardless of race, religion, or ethnicity."
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