With the INS having full knowledge that The Graham Report is about to become breaking news, Jamal could need more influential “friends in high places” to save his hide.
From the standpoint of homeland security, there is one glaring reason to deport Jamal ~ shadow the man’s every footstep.
Being informed of the revelations in The Graham Report, the reader should be able to read between the lines.
Think. WORST CASE SCENARIO The haunting piggy-back question of the day: If Jamal, this foreign-national whose immigration papers are headed with “SPECIAL PERSONS CASE” is dismissed from the United States through deportation, will his name resurface in reference to a future U.S.
Or foreign terrorist activity such as the March, 2004 railroad bombings in Spain? Obviously, such a development would be shaking spicy salt into a very serious security scenario.
Who needs it? Certainly not U.S.
Just a little Cajun food for thought.
Stay tuned. JAMAL’S NEW JOB Oh yes, as a means to impress Judge Wiegand of the Justice Department and to satisfy the requirements of his supervised release, as of March, 2004, Jamal was selling automobiles at United Dodge on Bert Kouns Industrial Loop in Shreveport.
Any takers for a demo ride? Question: Why is not Jamal behind bars while awaiting his deportation decision? Are we waiting for Jamal to allegedly assist in another terrorist attack? Real smart. BREAKING NEWS: JAMAL IS “DANGEROUS FEDERAL FUGITIVE” Stop the music!! The reader can forget the previous segment about “Jamal’s New Job,” as breaking news places a surprising new twist to our story. The 13 May 04 issue of The Times, Shreveport’s Gannett daily, covered the story entitled “Bossier City man wanted by U.S.
Marshals Service.” Quoting from The Times article by Keri Kirby: “A Bossier City man is wanted by the U.S.
Marshals Service for allegedly failing to appear at a recent hearing related to his federal supervised release. “Mohammad Jamal Khan, age unavailable, was on supervised release after being charged with trying to avoid reporting that he sent a $50,000 wire transfer to Pakistan, according to U.S.
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