The Ghost of Snapped Shot

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Young White Mormon Teenager Plants Bombs To Protest Use Of Alcohol At Bars

Yeah... but...not so much as Mormon.   Or teenager.  Or white.  Or even anything to do with hatred of alchohol.

A 22-year-old Chicago man was charged by federal prosecutors with plotting to detonate a bomb near Wrigley Field, home to the Chicago Cubs Major League Baseball team.

Sami Samir Hassoun, who is identified in a statement by the Federal Bureau of Investigation as a Lebanese-born Chicago resident, was arrested yesterday by members of the local Joint Terrorism Task Force.

Hassoun is charged with attempted use of a weapon of mass destruction and with trying to destroy real property using an explosive, according to court papers. Prosecutors alleged that he intended to injure people frequenting neighborhood bars and clubs, according to a complaint filed at the federal courthouse.

WOW!  So this young white Mormon teenager.... err.. I mean Lebanese-Mormon actually built a bomb and almost got away with it?  Good thing the FBI was there to save the day?  Again!

Hassoun early yesterday morning planted an inert device given to him by an FBI informant, which he was told was a bomb, in a trashcan south of Wrigley Field, according to the government.

Question:  How come the FBI always seems to be inherently involved in all of these bomb plots?  How are they getting so entrenched in with these people to the point that these people accept the FBI's bombs?

Either way, I am glad that there wasn't another "angry Mormon" bombing.  We have had enough of those lately.  It is high-time someone did something to stop them people!!



#1 Cody 23-Sep-2010

Excuse me, but were did you get the info that he was Mormon? 

Let me guess, are we going to talk about how the Jews were the masterminds behind the 9-11 attacks next?

#2 Cody 23-Sep-2010


#3 captainfish 23-Sep-2010

Cody, you obviously did not read the story.

And, you are obvioulsy too intelligent for sarcasm to have any meaning.  And the subtle point that was made that went right over your head means, obviously as well, that your intellect is too out of this world to recognize something from this world.

#4 Anonymous 23-Sep-2010
"Professing themselves to be wise, they became fools".
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