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Some facts about Ahmed Mohamed

Gingeral3
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9/19/2015 9:04:09 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
Ahmed Mohammed registered a firm known as "Twin Towers Transportation Corporation".

http://www.unz.com...

Here is the link to the website that shows this firm. Notice how the director, ahmed mohammed, is also from North Texas and part of a sudanese organization which is the same as our clock building friend. http://www.corporationwiki.com...

Ahmed Mohammed also didn't even build his own clock. He took apart another clock and put the components into a pencil case.

http://blogs.artvoice.com...

This story is less about an innocent nerdy teen who was arrested for the color of his skin and more about a teen that was arrested for "building" something that looks like a bomb with a dark sense of humor.
Gingeral3
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9/19/2015 9:14:47 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 9/19/2015 9:04:09 PM, Gingeral3 wrote:
Ahmed Mohammed registered a firm known as "Twin Towers Transportation Corporation".

http://www.unz.com...

Here is the link to the website that shows this firm. Notice how the director, ahmed mohammed, is also from North Texas and part of a sudanese organization which is the same as our clock building friend. http://www.corporationwiki.com...

Ahmed Mohammed also didn't even build his own clock. He took apart another clock and put the components into a pencil case.

http://blogs.artvoice.com...


This story is less about an innocent nerdy teen who was arrested for the color of his skin and more about a teen that was arrested for "building" something that looks like a bomb with a dark sense of humor.

This is about the muslim teen who built a clock
xus00HAY
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9/20/2015 12:17:19 AM
Posted: 1 year ago
Now if you or I crashed an airplane into a building, the insurance company would pay for the building to be rebuilt, the money wouldn't just seem to disappear. The guy who rented the building would not decide what he wanted to be built on the land the building occupied. There would not be a minaret pointing to the empty space in the Manhattan skyline the terrorists created. They did a survey of New Yorkers in 2001. 2 new twin towers were preferred to anything else.
Whats up with that?