He registered on MySpace under the name “Aashiq Hammad” and recorded Islamic religious music on the site three years before he ever deployed to Iraq. In 2007 he was posting on an explosives and weapons forum about mass-downloading Islamic terrorist propaganda videos. He also downloaded three songs – one of them titled “La ilaha illAllah,” which is Arabic for “There is no God but Allah” – the first half of the Muslim declaration of faith, the Shahadah. He lived within walking distance of Alaska’s only mosque.
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How many times has this narrative played out.
The sad part about this aside from the the families that lost loved ones, or people injured,
is that he did go to the FBI. It's hard to say if he did not have a gun that it would have changed the end result.
A gun is only one of many methods.
My hope will be that the new adm. cleans house in the FBI among other agencies ...to many people serving to long making too many mistakes.
We are lead to believe this guy has mental problems, which I would venture to say that most people who
become "radicalized" probably do.
But psychiatrists and officials who are familiar with the conversations, which continued into the spring of 2009, say they took a remarkable turn: Is it possible, some mused, that Hasan was mentally unstable and unfit to be an Army psychiatrist?
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