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  • University Memorialized Suicide Bomber

    04/29/2007 7:31:47 PM PDT · by Mobile Vulgus · 43 replies · 1,160+ views
    Men's News Daily ^ | 4/29/07 | Warner Todd Huston
    Here is another example of why our Universities are so antithetical to American values that they are dangerous to society... Apparently, the University of Oklahoma is putting up a memorial to a fool who blew himself up when a homemade bomb he assembled went off while he held it as he attended a football game in the University stadium. Fortunately, he only killed himself and not anyone around him. To this kid we should be saying good riddance and he should be quickly forgotten. But here is the U of O mourning this idiot's death as if he were some...
  • OU Bomber's Memorial Stone Causes Shock

    04/26/2007 3:58:12 PM PDT · by JustaCowgirl · 42 replies · 1,930+ views
    The Oklahoman ^ | 04/26/2007 | Nolan Clay
    <p>NORMAN — The University of Oklahoma has put outside the student union a patio stone engraved with the name of the student suicide bomber.</p> <p>"I was just kind of horrified,” said OU football fan Jenny Clemons, who spotted the stone after OU's Red-White game April 7. "I don't think he has any business being out here.”</p>
  • Sudden Jihad Syndrome

    03/07/2007 6:14:52 PM PST · by PRePublic · 3 replies · 352+ views
    Catholic Friends of Israel ^ | February 26, 2007
    Sudden Jihad Syndrome Monday, February 26, 2007 Sudden Jihad Syndrome Evidently this mental/emotional malady is on the rise: Sudden Jihad Syndrome It looks like the Muslim teen who opened fire on shoppers in a Salt Lake City mall is yet another case of “sudden jihad syndrome,” a condition in which normal-appearing American Muslims abruptly turn violent. Taken together, this and other cases add up to an invisible jihad inside America. But don’t tell that to the FBI. The politically correct bureau does everything it can to avoid recognizing the obvious Islamic factor in these heinous crimes. Sulejman Talovic, an...
  • Brother Of Univ. Of Oklahoma Bomber Held

    11/22/2006 5:53:54 PM PST · by Extremely Extreme Extremist · 49 replies · 2,092+ views
    CBS 4 DENVER ^ | 22 NOVEMBER 2006 | AP
    Hinrichs' Brother Made Alleged Threat (AP) COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. -- A man whose brother blew himself up outside the University of Oklahoma's packed football stadium last year has been arrested on suspicion of threatening to assault an FBI agent in Colorado. The FBI said Thomas Carlisle Hinrichs, 25, of Colorado Springs made the threat last week after he was arrested by police for allegedly assaulting his father. The FBI also said the younger Hinrichs had been under investigation for allegedly threatening the government. Hinrichs was being held Wednesday in the El Paso County jail. His brother, Joel "Joe" Henry...
  • Student's Suicide Sets Off Explosion Of Theories by Blogs

    10/13/2005 10:04:33 AM PDT · by Pikamax · 54 replies · 13,848+ views
    WSJ ^ | 10/13/05 | RYAN CHITTUM and JOE HAGAN
    Student's Suicide Sets Off Explosion Of Theories by Blogs By RYAN CHITTUM and JOE HAGAN Staff Reporters of THE WALL STREET JOURNAL October 13, 2005; Page B1 WHEN A JUNIOR at the University of Oklahoma blew himself up 100 yards away from a packed football stadium on Oct. 1, the 85,000 fans inside remained calm despite the loud explosion. But the calm has given way to anxiety, as the college town of Norman, Okla., has struggled to separate fact from fiction in the apparent suicide of Joel Henry Hinrichs III. Several bloggers have jumped to try to connect the dots...
  • Media Might Be Missing a Story and Ignoring a Terrorist

    10/12/2005 4:45:14 AM PDT · by texianyankee · 146 replies · 5,594+ views
    Dallas Morning News ^ | October 12, 2005 | Mark Davis
    Imagine a man with a bomb strapped to his body making his way into a packed football stadium, reaching his seat and blowing himself up. There would be a heavy death toll in what would be the first successful terrorist act on U.S. soil since 9-11. Jolting us back to memories of the Oklahoma City bombing, this would obviously be a massive headline in our ongoing war on terror. One would think attention would be heightened even further if such a story were to occur again in Oklahoma. Well, there's reason to believe it nearly happened, and it was indeed...
  • In Bombing At OU Stadium There Are More Questions Than Answers

    10/11/2005 6:44:58 AM PDT · by JustaCowgirl · 141 replies · 3,846+ views
    Nebraska ^ | 10/10/2005 | Jack L Allen
    en days have passed since a 21-year-old University of Oklahoma engineering student was killed when a bomb he was carrying exploded 100 yards from the stadium where Oklahoma and Kansas State were playing football before a crowd of 84,000 – and there are still more questions than answers to exactly What? and Why? As The Oklahoman said in its October 9 edition, the explosion “left Oklahomans wondering whether it was an individual suicide or if it was intended to be an act of terrorism targeting football fans October 1.” There is evidence the student, Joel Hinrichs III of Colorado, was...
  • No terror ties found so far in bomb case (Norman bombing)

    10/04/2005 11:29:02 PM PDT · by indcons · 92 replies · 3,367+ views ^ | October 5, 2005 | Nolan Clay and Randy Ellis
    NORMAN - The FBI has found no evidence so far that a University of Oklahoma student who died in a bombing Saturday night tried to get inside the football stadium or had ties to any terrorist organization, officials said Tuesday. The FBI also has found no evidence anyone else was involved, officials said. Still, OU plans to tighten security at upcoming football games. Fans can expect bags and purses to be checked more closely. “They should come a little earlier,” OU President David Boren said. “Be patient with us - know it’s only for their safety that we’re being very,...