The hits keep on coming for 26 year old suspected Al Qaeda Militant Sharif Mobley who shot his way out of a Yeman hospital last week. More from the life and times of an Al Qaeda terrorist and what he was allowed to get away with in the US.
Let’s see the MSM call this dude a Tea Party member.
A suspected Al Qaeda militant who was known as a “sweetheart” by classmates at his New Jersey high school is being investigated by the FBI after his arrest in the Middle East for allegedly trying to shoot his way out of a hospital in Yemen.
Federal sources confirmed that 26-year-old Sharif Mobley, of Buena, N.J., is in custody after a shooting rampage in a Yemeni hospital that killed one guard and injured another.
FBI spokesman Rich Wolf in Baltimore said the agency is looking into the case. Mobley was reportedly being held prisoner in the hospital and was caught after a chase following the shooting.
Not only was it determined that the NJ native who attended Buena Regional High School had Al Qaeda ties, but it also seems that he was a Democrat operative who worked for the Corzine campaign.
Jammie Wearing Fool has more on the “good kid” who, as luck would have it, ended up in a terrorist cell in Yemen, including this little nugget:
Campaign finance records show Mobley received $75 as an election day worker for Gov. Jon Corzine’s campaign in 2005.
Oh, it gets better, or worse as the case may be. As reported by The Astute Blogger, Sharif Mobley worked at nuclear power plants in the United States.
PSEG Nuclear spokesman Joe Delmar says Sharif Mobley worked as a laborer for several contractors at its three plants on Artificial Island in Lower Alloways Creek from 2002 to 2008 carrying supplies and doing maintenance work.
Delmar says he satisfied federal background checks as recently as 2008.
He says that the 26-year-old Mobley also worked at other plants in the region. Delmar says the plant is cooperating with authorities.
Nuclear reactors remain a tempting target for terrorists, requiring ever vigilant security measures.
I am thinking that these nuclear power plants may want to rethink their back ground checks. One really has to question how on earth a Muslim does not get the once, twice and three times over when applying to work at a nuclear power plant. Then again, as long as there is a war of terror with radical Islam, where any are allowed to work at such a high risk target in the first place.