Wednesday, June 5, 2024

Military Hid Attempted Quantico Base Breach by Jordanians from Marines for Two Weeks: Source; Questions About the Foreign Student Attempting to Breach Marine Corps Base Quantico

Military hid attempted Quantico base breach by Jordanians from Marines for two weeks: source:
Top brass at Marine Corps Base Quantico didn’t alert rank-and-file personnel of an attempted breach by two Jordanian nationals in a box truck until two weeks after it happened, The Post can reveal.
The incident occurred May 3, when the two men approached Fuller Road Gate of the Marine base, were stopped for screening, and attempted to ram their way in but were stopped by military sentries.
The incident was first reported by Potomac Local News and then highlighted by The Post, as well as confirmed by Capt. Michael Curtis, a spokesman for the base.
However, a notification to Marines didn’t go out until May 16, according to Matt Strickland, 40, who had first flagged the incident to the local new site.
“After I [raised the alarm], I had people who work at Quantico messaging me saying, ‘Holy f—k, when did this happen?,'” Strickland told The Post.
“Two weeks after it happened Quantico finally put an email out to employees on base letting them know.
“It was basically ‘F—k, guys, I guess we aren’t going to be able to keep this secret, we should try to do some CYA’ [cover your ass],” said Strickland, a former infantry combat medic, Blackwater private military contractor and combat incident analyst at the National Ground Intelligence Center.
Strickland served in Iraq and Afghanistan for a combined nine years “down range” between 2004 and 2016. He said federal authorities have no right to bury details of the foiled incursion.
“Every American has a right to know what happened at Quantico.
“Citizens have a right to know what is going on in their backyard,” he said. --->READ MORE HERE
Questions about the Foreign Student Attempting to Breach Marine Corps Base Quantico:
wo Jordanian foreign nationals are in U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) custody after an alleged attempt to breach Marine Corps Base Quantico in Virginia earlier this month. Fox News has confirmed the rumors that have been swirling around D.C. for the past week that one of these individuals was in the United States as a foreign student. ICE and the Biden White House have been very quiet about the immigration status of the two Jordanians and have not disclosed their names, originally saying only that there are “pending removal proceedings”.
Now, Fox News is confirming that one of the Jordanians illegally crossed the border on April 8, 2024, in the San Diego sector and was released with a Notice to Appear (NTA) and that the other was already in the country as a foreign student, raising many questions about why two individuals with very different modes of entry were in communication and decided to attempt entry onto military base together. The case illustrates how every part of the nation’s immigration system is susceptible to fraud and how the Biden administration’s border policies and interior enforcement policies are a clear threat to national security. To be clear, these arrests were the result of the military base detaining the Jordanian nationals and alerting ICE to the attempted breach, and not the result of a proactive ICE operation.
After days of inquiry, Fox News obtained additional information from ICE, specifically that the Jordanian foreign student entered the United States on September 11, 2022, and had his foreign student status terminated approximately four months later on January 14, 2023. Presumably the Jordanian national never actually showed up to the school that enrolled him, or he quickly dropped out. After wandering around the country for over a year, he recently met up with the Jordanian national border-crosser that the Biden administration released into the country in April.
Many follow-up questions should be asked of ICE’s Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) division, which oversees the foreign student program called the Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP). Among them: --->READ MORE HERE
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