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Sunday, March 14, 2010

Jihad Jane: U.S. Citizen Female Jihadist

They come up with US female jihadists

Midnightrider | March 09, 2010 - Federal prosecutors unsealed criminal terrorism charges Tuesday against a Pennsylvania woman who allegedly used the Internet to recruit men and women across the globe to "wage violent jihad."

Colleen R. LaRose, a U.S. citizen who used the nicknames "Fatima LaRose" and "Jihad Jane," has been in custody for months while the FBI and Justice Department pursued leads in the investigation, according to federal sources.

She is charged with conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists, conspiracy to kill in a foreign country, making false statements and attempted identity theft in connection with the stealing of a U.S. passport

March 13, 2010 - DENVER (again) - Why does this smell real fishy? Is This an international Intel Spook setup and sting operation. In Custody since October? Staged. Jihad Jane looks like a tweaker from Arkansas. It does not add up. All witness say it makes no sense. Authorities in Ireland are investigating whether a second American woman was involved in an international plot to kill a Swedish cartoonist for mocking the Prophet Muhammad, the Wall Street Journal reported.

Jamie Paulin-Ramirez, a 31-year-old mother from Leadville, Colo., was one of seven people detained in Ireland Tuesday, according to the newspaper.

The woman's mother told The Associated Press she had been informed of the arrest by the FBI and other federal law enforcement agencies. Christine Mott, also of Leadville, said that her daughter disappeared last September and later told her family she went to Ireland with her 6-year-old son and married an Algerian whom she met online.

Irish authorities only identified the seven as three Algerians, a Libyan, a Palestinian, a Croatian and an American woman married to one of the Algerians.

They were arrested Tuesday, hours before U.S. authorities unveiled a terror indictment against Colleen LaRose, 46, of Philadelphia, who bills herself as "JihadJane".

Three of the men were freed without charge on Saturday, Irish police said.

$100,000 bounty
LaRose is accused of plotting with others to kill artist Lars Vilks because of his 2007 sketch depicting the head of the Muslim prophet Muhammad on a dog's body. The drawing provoked terror group al-Qaida in Iraq to offer a $100,000 bounty for his slaying.

Denver FBI officials said they couldn't confirm that the FBI had contacted Mott about the case. The U.S. Justice Department did not immediately return a call for comment early Saturday.

Paulin-Ramirez's stepfather, George Mott, said the FBI seized a desktop computer in late September but did not tell the family what they found.

The Motts said they're concerned for the welfare of their grandson, who has been placed in the custody of Ireland's foster care system.

"This is about my baby," Christine Mott said. "We need some help to get this baby back. I'm concerned about my daughter but I'm concerned about our baby boy because he shouldn't be caught in the middle of this."

It is all a secret cold war type spook game. Lies, and deception is all you will ever get. The full truth is a secret, for your security, even once the case is solved. Secret. The Dark Side as Cheney put it. Jihad Jane, an American Citizen has been held in custody since last October without a trial? The FBI could arrest you today and claim it is part of a secret investigation, and you would disappear with your rights to due process. That is how Nazi Germany and North Korea handle justice. This is a clear 100% violation of the US Constitution, and the news does not say one word. The FBI and US Justice Department is guilty of a much larger crime than JIhad Jane, she hurt nobody, the Government skipping the fair trial part hurt hurts every single American far more than any act Bin Laden or KSM ever plotted.

RT | 13 March 2010 - The arrest of a 46 year old woman from Pennsylvania is drawing international attention. Colleen Larose, who called herself Jihad Jane, was allegedly planning a terror plot and using the internet to recruit others to join her cause.