Aldawsari, a Saudi student in Texas, has been arrested and accused of planning a bombing. Federal agents said that Aldawsari had been preparing on targeting Bush. A chemical business first discovered “suspicious purchases.” They reported the purchaser to the police, who involved the FBI. Source of article – Saudi student Bush home bomb plot: Khalid Ali-M Aldawsari accused by MoneyBlogNewz.
The arrest of Khalid Ali-M Aldawsari
The criminal arrest of Khalid Ali-M Aldawsari occurred on Wednesday. FBI agents made the arrest. A bomb plot that was focusing on the residence of the Bush family was being created by the South Plains College pupil that has been, since 2008, in the U.S. Aldawasri is accused of attempting to use a weapon of mass destruction. There were 2 searches the FBI did of Aldawsari's apartment. They found a Hazmat suit, clocks, wiring and concentrated acids.
Bush home bomb plot funded by scholarships
Plans for “Jihad … (that will) target the infidel Americans” were found by the FBI in a notebook they believe was Aldawsari. A scholarship was awarded to Aldawsari. This was used even with his plans in the United States to carry out "Jihad" as the notebook states. In addition to attending school, Aldawsari made an effort to learn English and how to make explosives. Allegedly, Aldawsari sent himself e-mails identifying potential targets that integrated homes of U.S. military troops, dams and previous President George W. Bush’s residence.
Federal officials criminal arrest Saudi student with chemical business help
Aldawsari came to the attention of federal officials when a chemical company reported him to the police. An attempted purchase Aldawsari made was noticed as it was of concentrated phenol. An explosive component, picric acid, can be made with phenol. Aldawsari claimed the chemical was for “off-campus, personal research.”. The behavior was considered suspicious by the company. This is why the police were notified. There was an investigation opened by federal agents. This led to him quickly getting arrested. There is a hefty consequence for the Bush house bomb plot for the Saudi pupil if found guilty. He might end up in prison for life with a $250,000 fine. A public statement hasn't been made by former President Bush yet even though he knows about this.
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