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« on: May 26, 2009 06:00 PM »


Salem Alekom,

Many of you have heard about the recent Newburgh "terrorist" plot, the informant in the Newburgh plot is the same informant used in the local case of Yassin Aref and Mohammed Hossain. The link below is the best picture we can currently find of the agent provocateur Shahed Hussain aka "Malik". We are attempting to circulate his picture to all Muslims in the northeast to prevent his usefulness as agent provocateur again anywhere. He has ruined many innocent Muslims lives and is continued to be used by the government in these frameups.


Source: Albany Times Union and Aref-Hossain "sting" tapes, November 20, 2003.

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« Reply #1 on: May 26, 2009 06:27 PM »

 
Malik rides again
By Carl Strock
Daily Gazette

Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Is it possible? Shahed Hussain, alias Malik, possibly the slimiest
character in the history of law enforcement, or at least the slimiest
character I have ever personally observed in law enforcement, is back at work.

Yes, the same dude who on behalf of the FBI tricked two Albany Muslims
into exchanging money in such a way that they could be charged with
supporting terrorism appears to be at the center of this latest
sensational case in Newburgh and New York City.

Maybe you saw the news: Four low-life dope-heads, mental defectives
and ex-cons arrested for terrorism, specifically for scheming to plant
explosives at a synagogue in the Bronx and scoping out an airfield for
possible attacks on Air National Guard planes, employing a surface-to-air
missile thoughtfully provided by the FBI’s own “confidential witness,”
who, if the past is any guide, might better be described as an agent
provocateur.

That’s what he was in Albany a few years ago, not a confidential witness
and not a passive “informant,” as we sometimes called him in the press,
but an active agent making things happen, things that would not have
happened without him. A provoker.

Who is this Shahed “Malik” Hussain? He is a Pakistani immigrant who made
a living in the Albany area by helping other immigrants obtain drivers’ licenses
under false pretenses. A low-level criminal who got caught, pleaded guilty and
was about to be deported when the FBI got hold of him and offered to let him
stay in this country if he would work for them, trapping Muslims on terrorism charges.

It was dirty business, but then, so was falsifying drivers’ license tests,
and it certainly beat going back to Pakistan.

Now here he is again, in the news. At least I guess it’s him. The criminal
complaint against the four low-lifes identifies the “CW” as having pleaded
guilty in 2002 to falsifying identification documents, getting sentenced
to five years probation, having cooperated with the FBI for over six years
and having given information that has proven “accurate and reliable” in
the past, all of which matches Malik’s profile except the last part, since
the information he gave in the Albany trial of Yassin Aref and Mohammed
Hossain was so inconsistent and flagrantly false that the very prosecutors
who put him on the witness stand couldn’t get rid of him fast enough.

But never mind. The guy delivers enough of the goods that with some
courtroom spin and sufficient fear of Muslim terrorism in the atmosphere,
the FBI can come off as saving us from yet another 9/11. Which is what
this is all about — the FBI pretending to catch terrorists.

The tabloid press swallowed the latest one whole. “HATE GANG,” headlined
the Daily News. “Bloodthirsty four’s chilling mass murder plot.” Augmented by
a column inside that was merely FBI handout material translated into tabloidese,
plus an editorial that proclaimed, “Thank heavens and all praise to the agents
and cops who pursued them [the defendants] doggedly.”

Not a doubt, not a question, not the slightest hint of skepticism about
any of the FBI’s claims. Not even an intellegent query about what role the
“informant” had played and to what extent he might have induced the four
low-lifes to do what they supposedly did, which was actually almost
nothing, apart from buying cellphones.

And ditto the Post: “Terror thugs’ sick bloodlust,” and so forth. It made me
ashamed to call myself a journalist.

I would at least like to know if the “surface-to-air guided missile” that
Malik showed the low-lifes at a Connecticut warehouse, for the benefit of
surveillance cameras, was the same one he showed Mohammed Hossain,
the pizza-shop owner in Albany. I’d like to know if the FBI is trucking that
thing around the country like a carnival prop, trying to find new
customers for it, with Malik as their indefatigable front man, talking the
same gibberish about Jaish-e-Mohammed that he talked in Albany.

Jaish-e-Mohammed: That’s a designated terrorist outfit in Pakistan and
Kashmir that Malik tried hard to get Yassin Aref of Albany to endorse,
and when Yassin would not, as surreptitiously recorded on tape, saying he
knew nothing about it, Malik testified that Yassin supported the organization anyway.

I note in this new case that Malik was peddling Jaish-e-Mohammed to
 the latest four guys also, so the FBI must figure it’s a winner.

What did they actually do, these four losers, once you get behind the
“SICK BLOODLUST” headlines and once you read with sober attention
the 13-page criminal complaint against them?

Mostly, they “discussed” things with Malik, which sounds familiar. Malik
turns on his tape recorder, or the FBI’s hidden video camera is already
running, and he starts jabbering in his heavy Pakistani accent about
doing jihad, and about how rich he is, and how much influence he has,
and how he knows someone who can get a mizz-AISLE (which is how
he pronounces “missile”), and so forth and so on, all jumbled up, and if
he’s lucky, his customers nod along.

In this case, I guess, he got the four low-lifes to play along with him at
least to the extent of driving to Stewart Airport and eyeballing the
National Guard airfield. And actually going to look at a synagogue and
taking pictures of it. And actually buying cellphones. And actually buying
a handgun. And actually agreeing to certain codewords that he proposed,
which also sounds familiar.

Just enough to support charges of conspiracy, or of trying to employ
weapons of mass destruction, or of providing material support to
terrorrists, which are easy charges to make on account of how broadly
worded the relevant statutes are.

I had hoped that with an Obama administration these farcical “sting
operations,” as they’re called, would have been dropped in favor of
efforts to catch real terrorists, so I was disappointed to see the news of
this latest one, though I do note the operation began last year,
apparently in June, when that master of misdirection, George W. Bush,
was still in office.

Let us see what happens from now on. Let us see if Malik has still
greater investigative heights to scale, and if that old mizz-AISLE of the
FBI’s has any more carnival life in it.
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« Reply #2 on: May 26, 2009 06:28 PM »

Defense Lawyer On Newburgh Informant: "A Real Snake"
By Zachary Roth - May 25, 2009, 3:51PM

The lawyer for a man convicted of a terror-related crime that was engineered by the same government informant at the center of the Newburgh Four case describes the informant an unscrupulous liar who, in both cases, preyed on the ignorance and lack of sophistication of his targets.

In an interview with TPMmuckraker, defense lawyer Terence Kindlon called Shahed Hussain a "treacherous, clever, completely ingenious dissembler," and "a real snake."

Kindlon represented an Albany imam, Yassin Aref, who was convicted in 2006 for his involvement in a money-laundering scheme connected to a fictitious terror plot. As the New York Post reported last week, Hussain convinced a friend of Aref's, Albany pizzeria owner Mohammed Hossain, to launder the cash, while Aref acted as a witness. Hussain -- who was working with the Feds in order to avoid deportation to Pakistan, after being convicted in 2002 of helping immigrants to cheat on their drivers' tests -- falsely told the men that the cash had come from the sale of shoulder-fired missile to be used to kill a Pakistani envoy.

Kindlon said Hussain -- using the alias "Malik" -- ingratiated himself with Hossain over a lengthy period of time, in part by buying gifts for Hossain's six children.

The Hossain/Aref case has been criticized as an example of over-zealous law enforcement eager to bring terror cases in the wake of 9/11. An Albany Times-Union columnist described the sting in one 2007 column as a "witch hunt."

As for the Newburgh case, Kindlon called it "the graduate version of our case," arguing that Hussain -- who this time around went by the alias "Maqsood" -- took advantage of the Newburghers' poverty and desperation, and that the FBI had engineered the entire plot from the start.

"It could have been any kind of conspiracy you wanted," said Kindlon. "I think what happened is that the FBI -- during the Bush administration -- basically designed a conspiracy, dreamed up a scary story, shooting down airplanes... and they found four idiots to become the defendants. It was like they dressed them up in halloween costumes."

He called the Newburgh case "an idiotic charade," adding "it's like professional wrestling: everyone knows its fake, but it's fun to watch."

Kindlon said he has been contacted by the mother of David Wiliams, one of the Newburgh Four, but that he's unable to take on any of the accused plotters' defenses.

Of course, it's worth remembering that Hossain and Aref were convicted in connection with the money-laundering scheme. And as the authorities have pointed out, the fact that defendants are unintelligent or unsophisticated doesn't necessarily mean they're not dangerous.

Still, in retrospect, the Hossain/Aref case doesn't appear to have been the terror case of the century, despite the FBI's breathless pronouncements. And that would seem to be the case with the Newburgh Four, too
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« Reply #3 on: May 26, 2009 06:46 PM »

Salam

This is scary stuff. Though not surprising at the same time.

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« Reply #4 on: May 27, 2009 04:56 PM »

salaam,

The world is scarier day by day. I feel sad for these stupid kids. First off, they already had messed up lives, now even more so. Talk about targeting the already weak minded.

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« Reply #5 on: Jun 23, 2009 06:20 PM »

Interesting video someone made about the informants in the Fort Dix and other cases:



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« Reply #6 on: May 31, 2010 07:41 PM »

Informant strikes again in multiple cases! C'mon Muslims wake up!!! -- J.

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Hi all - I sent out this picture (attached) a few months ago, but recently heard this guy has been involved not only in our case and the Newburgh case, but some others as well (not sure which ones). So I wanted to send it again, and encourage evenyone to forward it widely, especially to mosques and Muslim groups. His name is Shahed Hussain and he is a VERY bad guy. He entrapped Yassin and Mohammed as well as the defendants in the Newburgh case, and others.
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« Reply #7 on: Jun 01, 2010 02:40 AM »

well if you dont do or say anything illegal you dont get into trouble - does that no longer hold true?
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« Reply #8 on: Jun 01, 2010 03:35 AM »

saleem, where do you live? Narnia???


it doesn't work like that, especially for muslims.

that's like what some hick people say "oh if you don't do anything wrong then what's the problem".

learn about things like "pre-emptive prosecutions" it's basically where you're arrested, tried, convicted and jailed for your lifetime, before you can even commit a crime. 

read the articles on this topic. also:

http://www.projectsalam.org/

http://www.cageprisoners.com/


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