Saturday, March 12, 2011

OKC Bombing alleged John Doe II arrested for Assault in Quincy, Mass

From Eric Dondero:

After all these years, there's a strange new twist to the story of John Doe II and the Oklahoma City Bombing. And it comes from the other side of the country - Quincy, Massachusetts.

From the Patriot Ledger, "Quincy man in beer bottle attack still in jail..." March 12:
QUINCY — A homeless man from Quincy charged with slashing another man’s face with a beer bottle will remain in jail for now, unable to make $500 bail.

Hussain Al-Hussaini, 45, allegedly struck a 37-year-old man, who is also homeless, with a bottle near 1250 Hancock St., after they argued Wednesday.

The victim was taken to Boston Medical Center because of the seriousness of his injury, police said. Both the injured man and Al-Hussaini had been staying at Father Bill’s Place shelter for the homeless in Quincy.
Al-Hussaini was alleged to be the infamous John Doe II, an accomplice of Tim McVeigh and Terry Nichols in the Oklahoma City bombing.

After McVeigh was arrested, FBI officials immediately dropped all further investigations of a Muslim (possibly Iraqi Army Intelligence), connection to OKC. At the time, many on the Right believed the Clinton adminstration was anxious to pin the bombing on the Patriot Movement, and steer investigations away from Muslim Terrorists.

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