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Police say gun was returned to Fort Lauderdale jihadi last year

Saturday, January 7, 2017 16:49
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Esteban Santiago also known as Aashiq Hammad had been on the FBI’s radar screen for some time. Why wasn’t he on a watch list? Why wasn’t he put on a no-fly list? Was Obama’s highly compromised law enforcement agencies afraid of appearing ‘islamophobic’?

In November 2016, Aashiq walked into an FBI office in Anchorage, Alaska claiming he was “being forced to fight for ISIS.”


Police say gun was returned to Florida airport shooting suspect last year

January 7, 2017

(Reuters) – Police in Alaska said on Saturday they had returned a handgun to the Florida airport shooting suspect which was temporarily taken from him when he underwent a mental evaluation late last year.

Anchorage Police Chief Christopher Tolley said it was not immediately clear if it was the same gun used in Friday’s deadly rampage in Fort Lauderdale. Officials told a news conference the gun was returned to the suspect, Esteban Santiago, 26, because the Iraq war veteran had not committed a crime.

Santiago was sent for a mental evaluation after telling Federal Bureau of Investigation agents he heard voices and thought he was being controlled by a U.S. intelligence agency.


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