(Thoughts On The News.)
Excerpts that speak for themselves:
“A 26-year-old Massachusetts man was arrested Wednesday and accused of plotting to blow up the Pentagon and U.S. Capitol using large remote-controlled aircraft laden with explosives, as well as attempting to assist Al Qaeda in attacking U.S. troops overseas.”
“Ferdaus, who is a Northeastern University graduate with a degree in physics, is accusing [accused?] of beginning in early 2010 a plot to bring violent “jihad” against the U.S, who he described as “enemies of Allah.””
“I want the public to understand that Mr. Ferdaus’ conduct, as alleged in the complaint, is not reflective of a particular culture, community or religion,” said Carmen Ortiz, U.S. Attorney for the District of Massachusetts. “In addition to protecting our citizens from the threats and violence alleged today, we also have an obligation to protect members of every community, race and religion against violence and other unlawful conduct.”
Puhh-leeeeze Mr. Ortiz. Enough with the Peeee Ceeee. (Political correctness.)
The fair and balanced Fox News site, by the way, uses the words ‘alleged’ or ‘allegedly’ 8 times in the report. They are only accusations, after all.