Yesterday Creeping Sharia posted on the latest OIG Report detailing how the FBI missed chances to stop U.S. terrorists.
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One of the terrorists listed in the report was Elton Simpson.See the graphic below from the OIG report (red outline added).
The Combating Terrorism Center at West Point describes the same Elton Simpson in their November 2019 (Volume 12, Issue 10) report. An excerpt from the report titled, “An Examination of Jihadi Recidivism Rates in the United States”:
It is worth pointing out that Elton Simpson, the clearest example of a jihadi plot recidivist in the United States over the past 30 years, did not go to prison. His earlier conviction resulted in probation only. He never made it to prison for the second offense because he was killed in the process of carrying out an act of terrorism.
Further examination is warranted to understand why Simpson never made it to prison and only received probation, making him available to plot and attempt the jihad attack to kill Americans in Texas.
Deedra Abboud’s not just a Southern girl who converted to Islam and married a guy from Iraq. She’s the director of the Arizona chapter of the Muslim American Society‘s Freedom Foundation, a Washington-based civil rights group.
Abboud was also on the board of directors of the Council of American-Islamic Relations, which was attempting to start an Arizona chapter.
As Creeping Sharia wrote here, Arizona: Muslim who worked for terror-linked CAIR & MAS announces bid for U.S. Senate:
As a lawyer, Abboud knows this and still chooses to work with CAIR
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Deedra Abboud also helped raise bail money for a now-dead Muslim terrorist who was previously convicted about lying to the FBI:
A rising figure in the Democratic party in Arizona raised bail money for a now dead jihadi who tried to kill Americans.
Did the FBI, per the OIG report, fail to properly assess Elton Simpson because Deedra Abboud and CAIR vouched for Simpson?
Will anyone investigate further?