CAPTURED: FBI ARREST TERRORIST AHMAD KAHAMI OVER CHELSEA BOMBINGS IN NEW YORK, FINGERPRINT LEFT AT PRESSURE COOKER AND SURVEILLANCE VIDEOS HELPED INVESTIGATION – RADICALIZED AFTER RETURNING FROM AFGHANISTAN TWO YEARS AGO.

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FBI arrest Ahmad Khan Kahami wanted over New York bombings after shootout

( DAILY MAIL ) CAPTURED: FBI arrest ‘armed and dangerous’ Afghanistan-born man, 28, wanted for Manhattan and New Jersey bombings in shootout that left two cops injured

  • Ahmad Khan Rahami, 28, was taken into custody Monday morning in Linden, New Jersey
  • Witnesses say he was found sleeping in the vestibule of a bar  and the owner called police
  • When police arrived on the scene, Rahami started shooting and he struck two officers  – one in the hand and one in the vest 
  • Rahami was also shot in the right shoulder and taken from the scene in an ambulance  
  • FBI released Rahami’s picture Monday morning, saying they wanted to question him in connection to the two bombings and one attempted bombing in New York City and  New Jersey over the weekend.

 

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FBI arrest Afghanistan-born man, 28, wanted for Manhattan AND Jersey Shore bombings in shootout that left two cops injured after he was spotted sleeping in the hallway of a BAR

 

One thought on “CAPTURED: FBI ARREST TERRORIST AHMAD KAHAMI OVER CHELSEA BOMBINGS IN NEW YORK, FINGERPRINT LEFT AT PRESSURE COOKER AND SURVEILLANCE VIDEOS HELPED INVESTIGATION – RADICALIZED AFTER RETURNING FROM AFGHANISTAN TWO YEARS AGO.

    Rifleman III said:
    September 19, 2016 at 6:03 pm

    I would like to post bail for him, and take him fishing in the Hudson Canyon.

    Liked by 1 person

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