I’m currently reading a Brad Thor counter-terrorism, novel.
In it, the main character a Mr. Horvath A former Navy SEAL, came up with the greatest and final solution for dealing with jihadists.
No GITMO, no trials, send teams of special operators into to the areas where high-value towel heads are located and kill them on the spot.
No muss, no fuss.
It’s called good old-fashioned “Wet Work.”
Not a good day for the shooter he was shot dead by the police.
One could make the case that the U.S. Constitution would prohibit this.
When was the last time you heard of an Islamist carrying a bit about our Constitution?
We don’t their goal is to abolish it and have Islam become the only game in town.
The British-born MUSLIM jihadi, a convert to Islam and follower of ISIS, who killed 4 and seriously injured 29 in Westminster yesterday was Khalid Masood, 29, living in the Birmingham area, who had a series of convictions for assault and other crimes but police insist there was no intelligence suggesting he was about to unleash a terror attack.
UK Daily Mail Kent-born Masood has never been convicted of terror offenses, although Theresa May revealed this morning that he had been on MI5’s radar a number of years ago.
Masood was a married father-of-three, former English teacher and a religious convert who was into bodybuilding, according to Sky News.
A Scotland Yard spokesman said this afternoon: ‘Masood was also known by a number of aliases.
He was not the subject of any current investigations and there was no prior intelligence about his intent to mount a terrorist attack. ‘However, he was known to police and has a range of previous convictions for assaults, including GBH, possession of offensive weapons and public order offenses.
‘His first conviction was in November 1983 for criminal damage and his last conviction was in December 2003 for possession of a knife. He has not been convicted of any terrorism offenses.’
Masood stabbed PC Keith Palmer to death with two knives outside parliament after killing mother-of-two Aysha Frade and US tourist Kurt Cochran as he plowed along a crowded pavement on Westminster Bridge.
A source told Sky News that Masood was a ‘very religious, well-spoken man’.
They added: ‘You couldn’t go to his home in Birmingham on Friday because he would be in prayer.’