FBI FAILURE: NY Bomber’s Father Has Confessed The Truth On Obama’s FBI

This is the same FBI that says Hillary is innocent, right?

Ahmad Khan Rahami is accused of setting multiple bombs in NY and NJ before being arrested in a shootout with police. Now his father has emerged with a statement that will rock the law enforcement world.

The New York Times reports:

Two years before the bombings that Ahmad Khan Rahami is suspected of carrying out in New York and New Jersey, his father told the police that his son was a terrorist, prompting a review by federal agents, according to two law enforcement officials.

The father, Mohammad Rahami, in a brief interview on Tuesday, said that at the time he told agents from the Federal Bureau of Investigation about his concern, his son had just had a fight with another of his sons and stabbed the man, leading to a criminal investigation.

“Two years ago I go to the F.B.I. because my son was doing really bad, O.K.?” he said. “But they check almost two months, they say, ‘He’s O.K., he’s clean, he’s not a terrorist.’ I say O.K.”

He added: “Now they say he is a terrorist. I say O.K.”

It is not clear if officers ever interviewed Ahmad Rahami, but as investigators turn their focus to what might have motivated, inspired or led him to plant bombs in Chelsea in Manhattan and on the Jersey Shore, new clues are emerging indicating that he may have been increasingly receptive to extremist ideology.

The man’s own father thought he was a terrorist, and the FBI talked him out of it.

Fortunately, Rahami is in custody. Think of how much worse things could have been. Conversely, think of the tragedy that could have been avoided if the FBI had gotten to him two years ago.

Yesterday, ThreePercenterNation reported on the arrest of Ahmad Khan Rahami.

So who, exactly, is Rahami?

• The 28-year-old was born in Afghanistan and is a naturalized US citizen, according to the FBI.
• He traveled to Afghanistan multiple times, according to law enforcement sources. He was questioned every time he returned to the United States, as is standard procedure, but was not on the radar as someone who might have been radicalized, one official said. Another official said Rahami traveled overseas a good bit, visiting other countries.
• Rahami spent several weeks in Kandahar, Afghanistan, and Quetta, Pakistan in 2011, according to a law enforcement official who reviewed his travel and immigration record. Quetta is considered a stronghold of the Taliban. While there he married a Pakistani woman, in July 2011.
• Upon his return to the United States, he had to go through secondary screening because he visited an area of Pakistan known for its Taliban presence, according to the official. At that time, he told immigration officials he was visiting family and attending his uncle’s wedding and renewing his Pakistani visa.
• Two years later, in April 2013, Rahami went to Pakistan and remained there until March 2014, the official said. Two other law enforcement officials confirmed to CNN that Rahami went to Pakistan for approximately a year.
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