FBI Informant-Provocateur Testifies Patsies Weren't Cooperative in Plotting Fort Dix Terror
During the trial of the alleged Fort Dix terror plotters, the defense introduces evidence of "dozens of conversations where Omar [the FBI informant] appeared to complain about the pace of the plotting, the lack of training or other concrete steps by the defendants." In other words, the FBI informant collecting a check for organizing and setting up patsies to justify the US police state and so-called "war on terror", was frustrated at the patsies lack of interest in carrying out the attack.
The FBI informant who infiltrated a band of alleged South Jersey terrorists complained in September 2006 that one suspect "was gonna have a problem with me" because he kept refusing to plan, train or arrange meetings to discuss an attack.
The comment by the informant, Mahmoud Omar, was recounted for jurors this morning in Camden, where five Muslim immigrants are being tried on charges of plotting to kill U.S. soldiers.