Skip to comments.$65,000 Reward Offered for Information in Search for Bomber in 2008 Times Square Attack
Posted on 06/18/2013 4:05:26 PM PDT by Cindy
$65,000 Reward Offered for Information in Search for Bomber in 2008 Times Square Attack
Bomber May Have Also Been Involved in Two Other Unsolved BombingsOne at the British Consulate in 2005, the Other at the Mexican Consulate in 2007
FBI New York June 18, 2013
SNIPPET: "Today, the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the New York City Police Department announced a reward of up to $65,000 for information leading to the identification, arrest, and conviction of the suspect or suspects involved in the unsolved 2008 bombing of the United States Armed Forces Recruiting Station in Times Square. Also released today are never-before-seen video of the suspect(s) and a picture of the explosive device. The suspect(s) may be connected to two other unsolved bombings in New York Cityone at the British Consulate in 2005 and the other at the Mexican Consulate in 2007.
Early on the morning of Thursday, March 6, 2008, a bomb exploded in New Yorks Times Square at the Armed Forces Recruiting Station. The suspect rode a blue Ross bicycle west on 37th Street, took a right up Sixth Avenue, and made a left on 47th Street before turning left down Seventh Avenue. The suspect got off his bike near the recruiting station at West 43rd Street and Seventh Avenue, placed the explosive device at the recruiting station, lit a fuse, and fled the scene on the bicycle. Although the suspect appears to be working alone, he or she may have had a lookout or surveillance team of as many as five other individuals in Times Square at the time of the attack. The suspect then rode his or her bike south on Broadway before turning left on 38th Street. The bike was later recovered in a dumpster near Madison Avenue and 38th Street."
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I’m sure the NSA knows.
Is there a way to plug into NSA? We’ll form a Freeper Posse!
They’re jumping into action!
Check with the CIA, have’m do a headcount of all their operatives around the world.
Heck, NSA could just do a quick query and see if any CIA ops have been bragging about it in bars.
Why doesn’t the all knowing NSA pick him up?
I guess this means they won’t get serious about going after the murderers in Benghazi until 2018?
My sources tell me “Muhammad” is most likely part of his name.
Middle name, “Al”.
The NSA must have caught and convicted this guy. Otherwise, why would they trample the civil rights of every other american needlessly?
Whoa, this is too easy!
“Whoa, this is too easy!”
Smells like Holder is fishing again. I agree.
Yeah, shouldn’t allah dat metadata have done the job by now???
WTF trying to patch their image. now. it was 3 years ago. what bafoons. maybe they looked at the phone records.
“Hey, look at the squirrel!”
I believe you’ll find what you’re looking for in that May, 2005 call I made to Tony G. in Passaic.
Simple - look in the nearest mosque. I’ll take a check, please - don’t want to give my bank info.
Thanks for posting that photo, Joe.
I was going to pull the thread because I can see by the posts the posters either don’t care about the military or just didn’t bother to read the whole press release at the link.
Because you posted the photo, I’ll keep up this thread.
I thank God no one was hurt in this incident.
still a good link:
Found a webcam:
5 posted on 03/06/2008 1:39:41 AM PST by toldyou
“Surveillance Camera Video Reveals Bicyclist Sought in Big Apple Bombing”
Published March 06, 2008
SNIPPET: “Army Capt. Charlie Jaquillard, who is the commander of Army recruiting in Manhattan, said no one was inside the station at the time where the Marines, Air Force and Navy also recruit.
“If it is something that’s directed toward American troops than it’s something that’s taken very seriously and is pretty unfortunate,” he said.”
SNIPPET: “Witnesses staying at a Marriott hotel four blocks away said they could feel the building shake with the blast.
“I was up on the 44th floor and I could feel it. It was a big bang,” said Darla Peck, 25, of Portland, Oregon.
“It shook the building. I thought it could have been thunder, but I looked down and there was a massive plume of smoke so I knew it was an explosion,” said Terry Leighton, 48, of London, who was staying on the 21st floor of the Marriot.”