The Chairman New Black Panther Party-St Louis Chapter is Olajuwon Ali. He and his buddy, fellow Black Panther Brandon Muhammed were indicted back in November on a slew of charges including illegal firearms purchases, plotting to bomb the St. Louis Arch and to assassinate public officials.
You want to know what stopped this dynamic duo for fulfilling their mission?
One of them were waiting for their girlfriend’s EBT card to be replenished in order to buy more parts for their bombs.
Yeah, it’s welfare terrorism, sort of like the Boston Bomber terrorists who used welfare payments to maintain their lifestyle and buy the products they used to make bombs to launch their jihad against the West.
Our brave and esteemed Attorney General, with his fond love of black terrorists, declined to pursue charges aside from the minor gun crimes against the men.
The Washington Free Beacon has the story:
The communist and racist New Black Panther Party plotted to bomb St. Louis’ Gateway Arch and assassinate local law enforcement officials, but the Justice Department so far has limited its prosecution of the group to an indictment of two members on minor gun charges.
The soft treatment for activities that normally would have brought federal terrorism charges appears to be part of efforts by Attorney General Eric Holder and the Justice Department to “go soft” on the racist group, according to former Justice official J. Christian Adams.
“I have always been perplexed why these guys get special treatment,” said Adams, who worked in the Justice Department Civil Rights Division and noted a similar conciliatory legal treatment of New Black Panther Party members in a 2008 case of voter intimidation by the group in Philadelphia.
Justice Department spokesman Marc Raimondi declined to comment on the Black Panther bomb plot and would not say whether additional charges in the case are pending.
In the earlier case against the Panthers, voter intimidation charges were dropped by the Justice Department against the Panthers, and charges were downgraded against one group member, King Shabazz, in what critics say was an effort to show official favoritism toward the group.