Saturday, June 02, 2012

The Telltale Zebiba

As reported in last night’s news feed, a man named Michael D. McCright, a.k.a. Mikhial Jihad, pled guilty in a Seattle courtroom to vehicular assault charges in order to avoid more serious terrorism-related charges.

The following news report is from last summer not long after the “road rage” incident occurred. The reporters delicately avoid using the I-word or the M-word, but it’s hard not to notice the perp’s chosen alias, “Jihad”, or his pal’s name, “Mujahidh”. If that’s not enough, there’s always the telltale zebiba on his forehead.

Many thanks to Vlad Tepes for uploading this video:

Below are excerpts from a related article about the guilty plea from Before It’s News:

Jihad in Seattle

Last week, Michael D. McCright, a.k.a. Mikhial Jihad, a previously convicted felon from the north Seattle suburb of Lynnwood, pled guilty to lesser charges in a case involving his attempt to force a government vehicle carrying two Marines off the road and cause a collision on an interstate highway in Seattle. The incident occurred on July 12, 2011 and resulted in McCright’s arrest in Seattle on Sept. 8. McCright is linked to another American jihadist who plotted a suicide attack against Marines.

According to the Seattle PI, the Marine staff sergeant in the car targeted by McCright told police that the suspect’s “eyes widened and he appeared to become angry” when he saw the uniformed men, and that shortly thereafter McCright deliberately swerved his car into the path of their vehicle, forcing it off the road, then stopped right in front of it.

Court documents filed following McCright’s arrest indicate he has links with at least one of two men accused of plotting a suicide attack on a south Seattle Marine processing and intake center. The deputy prosecutor in McCright’s case said that McCright’s cell phone was used three times to call Abu Khalid Abdul-Latif, a Des Moines, Wa., resident who is being held along with Walli Mujahidh, of Los Angeles; the calls from McCright’s phone were made prior to the July 22, 2011 arrests of Abdul-Latif and Mujahidh. The FBI decided to continue to investigate McCright’s possible links to domestic terrorism. And according to KING5 news, “[a] federal criminal justice source said the FBI had McCright on their radar even before the July 12 road rage incident.”...