Muzzie terrorists on the public dole.
Gov. Deval Patrick (D-MA) defended his administration’s refusal to release financial aid, welfare, unemployment and other information about the suspected Boston Marathon bombers today.
“It’s not about a right to privacy, it’s about abiding by the law,” said Patrick in Jamaica Plain today. “We’ll do what we can do within the law. I’m curious, too. I understand people’s curiosity.”
Brothers Dzhokhar and Tamerlan Tsarnaev are accused of a week-long murderous rampage, which included bombing the Boston Marathon, assassinating an MIT police officer and triggering a violent manhunt that kept thousands in Boston and nearby communities locked in their homes for an entire day. Four people were killed and 260 wounded in the carnage.
‘Abiding by the law”? Our fucking tax dollars supported these muzzie lowlifes. Our right to know supersedes any presumption of legalities.
Hat tip to Michelle Malkin:
The Tsarnaev brothers reportedly were granted asylum by “derivative” status through their Chenchen muslim parents, who entered the United States on short term visas. They won asylum and acquired U.S. citizenship, along with their two spawns, Tamerlan and Dzokhar. While Tamerlan’s naturalization application was pending, he traveled back and forth from America to the jihadist region of Dagestan, Russia. You can bet it wasn’t for sightseeing.
Other hadjis who took advantage of our lax policies and weak homeland security rules:
–Ramzi Yousef landed at New York City’s JFK airport from Pakistan and flashed an Iraqi passport without a visa to inspectors. He was briefly detained for illegal entry and fingerprinted, but was allowed to remain in the country after invoking the magic words “political asylum.” Yousef was released for lack of detention space and headed to Jersey City to plot the deadly 1993 World Trade Center bombing.
–Gazi Ibrahim Abu Mezer, a Palestinian bomb-builder, entered the U.S. illegally through Canada in 1996-97. He claimed political asylum based on phony persecution by Israelis, was released on a reduced $5,000 bond posted by a man who was himself an illegal alien and then skipped his asylum hearing. In June 1997, a federal immigration judge ordered Mezer to leave on a “voluntary departure order.” Mezer ignored him. He joined the New York City bombing plot before being arrested in July 1997 after a roommate tipped off local police.
–Mir Aimal Kansi, convicted in 1997 of capital murder and nine other charges stemming from his January 1993 shooting spree outside the CIA headquarters in McLean, Va., also exploited our insane asylum laxity. Despite his history as a known Pakistani militant who had participated in anti-American protests abroad, Kansi received a business visa in 1991. After arrival, he claimed political asylum based on his ethnic minority status in Pakistan. While his asylum application was pending, he obtained a driver’s license and an AK-47, murdered two CIA agents and wounded three others.
–Somali national Nuradin Abdi, the al-Qaida shopping mall bomb plotter convicted in 2007, first entered the U.S. in 1995 using a false passport. He entered again illegally from Canada in 1997 and secured asylum on false grounds. Abdi then was able to fraudulently obtain a refugee travel document, which he used to fly to Ethiopia and, yes, Chechnya for jihad training.
–Among the convicted Fort Dix (N.J.) jihad plotters were three ethnic Albanian illegal alien brothers, Dritan, Shain and Eljvir Duka, who snuck into the country through Mexico with their parents. In 1984, the father applied for asylum, but the feds ignored them for two decades. In the meantime, as America showed the Dukas’ refugee community unmatched compassion and generosity, the Muslim trio returned the favor by planning to massacre U.S. Soldiers.
Choudary receives £15,600 a year in housing benefit to keep him in a £320,000 house in Leytonstone, East London. He also got £1,820 council tax allowance, £5,200 income support and £3,120 child benefits — equivalent to a taxed salary of £32,500. Which equates to $50,375 at current exchange rates.
Instead of kicking their asses out of the country or better yet, refusing them entrance,the State Department and immigration authorities welcome them in.