Well, you know the economy is in the shitter and the Republicans can't seem to get enough money together to fire up a good campaign for the 08 Presidential campaign. Bushies popularity is still in James Buchanan range and he is getting no where with Iran. However...
New information is on the horizon. The NORTHERN HORIZON. This could be a big boost for Bushie and the Weepublicans. But really sorry about the need to Shock and Awe your country. And your sorta-Dollar was doing so well.
Indictment: Canadian planned attacks in U.S.
WASHINGTON (CNN) -- A Canadian who has pleaded guilty
to charges including conspiracy to kill Americans
and conspiracy to use weapons of mass destruction
against U.S. property will be sentenced Friday, his lawyer said.
Mohammed Mansour Jabarah, 25, pleaded guilty shortly after his arrest in 2002. His indictment and plea were unsealed late Thursday at the U.S. District Court in New York.
Prosecutors recommended last June that he be sentenced to life in prison.
Jabarah, also known by the nickname "Sammy," also allegedly pledged allegiance to al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden.
The government had been investigating Jabarah since his arrest overseas. Court papers allege he was trained in al Qaeda camps
He met with bin Laden
and al Qaeda leader Khalid Sheikh Mohammed in the summer of 2001, was given money and told to carry out attacks on U.S. embassies in Southeast Asia, the government says. Those plots failed.
The indictment alleges Jabarah and other al Qaeda members "unlawfully, willfully, and knowingly combined, conspired, confederated, and agreed to kill nationals of the United States."
He later allegedly went to Oman to set up safe houses for al Qaeda members fleeing Afghanistan. There, he was arrested.
Jabarah's guilty plea and sentence were first tied to a cooperation agreement. U.S. officials said he initially helped ongoing terror probes, while staying in an FBI-arranged house under the around-the-clock watch of federal agents.
But "Jabarah was secretly planning to exploit the perception of cooperation," to carry out a "martyrdom mission" to kill American agents and prosecutors, U.S. officials said.
Knives, rope and directions for making explosives were found in his possession
Indictment: Canadian planned attacks in U.S. - CNN.com
What are you going to do now that Leslie Neilson is old? Be Afraid.