Tuesday, January 18, 2022

Brother of Texas Hostage-Taker: Why Did US Admit a Known Criminal?; RED FLAG Brit Synagogue Terrorist was Banned From UK Court For Ranting About Wishing He’d Died on 9/11 Plane; Was Known to Britain’s MI5 Security Service; Had a Criminal Record

Brother of Texas hostage-taker: Why did US admit a known criminal?
The brother of the British man who took hostages at a Jewish synagogue outside Dallas over the weekend questioned why the United States allowed someone with a criminal history to enter the country.
"He's known to police, got a criminal record. How was he allowed to get a visa and acquire a gun?" Gulbar Akram said in an interview on Sky News over the weekend.
Malik Faisal Akram of Blackburn, England, entered the U.S. by flying into John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York either in late December or early January. He would have passed through U.S. Customs and Border Protection inspection booths and had his identity checked against terror and other databases, and he would have been required to provide documents to other U.S. agencies granting him admission before being allowed to depart the airport.
Gulbar Akram did not disclose details of his brother's criminal history. Under U.S. law, anyone applying for a visa must declare a prior arrest. A conviction is likely to make the application ineligible for a visa. However, it is unclear whether Akram entered the U.S. on one of the many available visas or through the Visa Waiver Program, which allows noncitizens from countries including the United Kingdom to enter the U.S. and remain for less than 90 days. --->READ MORE HERE
RED FLAG Brit synagogue terrorist Malik Faisal Akram was banned from UK court for ranting about wishing he’d died on 9/11 plane:
BRITISH synagogue terrorist Malik Faisal Akram was banned from a UK court for ranting at staff about how he wished he had died in the 9/11 attacks.
Akram, 44, who was shot dead on Saturday after a 12-hour siege at the Congregation Beth Israel synagogue in Texas, was barred from entering Blackburn Magistrates’ Court for repeatedly threatening and abusing the court staff.
Deputy justice clerk Peter Wells slammed Akram as a "menace" at the time.
Akram was reportedly known to regularly cause trouble inside the court - even when he wasn't due to appear before the bench.
After issuing a warning to him, Lancashire magistrates' committee decided to slap him with a ban for raving about 9/11 just hours after the terror attack that claimed nearly 3,000 lives. --->READ MORE HERE
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+++++Texas synagogue hostage-taker Faisal Akram was known to Britain’s MI5 security service+++++

+++++Unsurprisingly, the Texas Temple Terrorist Had a Criminal Record+++++

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