Seven Arrested In Plot To Kill Mohammad Cartoonist

March 9, 2010

Ireland (ChattahBox) – Seven people have been arrested in an alleged plot to kill Lars Vilks (shown), the cartoonist who incited riots after printing a cartoon of the Prophet Mohaamed.

Four men and three women, all thought of be Muslims or Muslim converts, have been arrested after an investigation by the US CIA and FBI, and various European security agencies.

The plot was to earn the $100,000 bounty placed by al-Qaida, with an extra $50,000 if his throat was cut “like a lamb”.

The seven were arrested this morning, and their names have not been released.



One Response to “Seven Arrested In Plot To Kill Mohammad Cartoonist”

  1. Mace Windu on March 10th, 2010 2:31 am

    When you know what your enemy wants to do, let him do it, in a way most favorable to you.

    So how about a lightning rod type operation, like the FBI poses as kids on the Internet to sting pedophiles. Set up a fake cartoonist to pump out cartoons to piss Al Qaeda off. When they come a knockin, surprise, surprise. Even if they catch on, seems they won’t be able to not respond to such ‘insult.’ Their desire for jihad against the West is their reason for being, and hence the ring through their nose. You’re not going to be able to stop terrorism, so next best thing, direct such acts to ground, like the lightning rod protects a building. I’d rather see $10 billion taxpayer dollars, a very tidy sum, spent on that each year than a few hundred billion spent annually on the Afghanistan war for the next x number of years. ACLU though would probably go ballistic with the intentional though purposeful extremist terrorist muslim baiting. Ain’t that a kick, we have to fight a terrorism war but can’t go ticking people off in the process.

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