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Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Minneapolis explosion in Somali neighborhood connects money launderer for al-Shabaab |

Minneapolis explosion in Somali neighborhood connects money launderer for al-Shabaab |

The EC Knows. Why Doesn’t the FBI?

Gates of Vienna blog, Posted on February 22, 2014 by 
Most of the research for the following article was conducted by our Minnesota correspondent Henrietta. I am deeply grateful for her assistance, without which the evidence described below would not be detailed here.
On New Year’s Day 2014 a powerful explosion and fire occurred at 514 Cedar Avenue South in Minneapolis, in a predominantly Somali neighborhood of the city.
The building was gutted by the blaze. Two bodies were found in the rubble, and fourteen people were hospitalized, one of whom died later. Within 72 hours, the building had been pulled down into a heap of rubble by a backhoe.
Two days after the blast, before any real investigation occurred — which could never be conducted, anyway, with the potential crime scene destroyed — Greg Boosalis, the supervisory special agent with the FBI in Minneapolis, told the press that there was “no evidence of terrorist activity”.
Ever since that day I have been asking the question: How did the FBI know there was no terrorist activity without examining the scene of the explosion?

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