Barrett Heading to Morocco to Apprehend Suicide Hijacker
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Submitted by GeorgeWashington on Fri, 04/27/2007 - 6:34pm.
An email from Kevin Barrett.
(Press Conference outside the office of Wisconsin Rep. Steve Nass, Room 12 West State Capitol, Madison, Wisconsin, Thursday, May 3rd, 10:30 a.m.)
Dr. Kevin Barrett, the University of Wisconsin lecturer who was denied a tenure-track position at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, hounded by Steve Nass and 61 state legislators, and handed a death threat by Bill O’Reilly—all because of his political opinions and religious identity—has opted for a new career: Fugitive Recovery Agent specializing in the apprehension of still-living 9/11 suicide hijackers.
Dr. Barrett will be traveling to Morocco May 6th to apprehend accused 9/11 hijacker Waleed al-Shehri, who, after allegedly stabbing a stewardess on a flight that crashed into the World Trade Center, returned to Casablanca and has reportedly been working as a pilot there ever since.
Barrett voiced his outrage that such a brutal, ruthless terrorist has been allowed to commit mass murder and suicide—and walk away scot free. “Waleed al-Shehri, I’m coming to get you!” Barrett vowed. “I don’t know how you got out of that plane alive, but that was the last miraculous escape you’ll ever make. You’re coming back to the US in handcuffs with me to face charges of mass murder and terrorism.”
According to the BBC and other sources, al-Shehri visited the US embassy in Rabat, Morocco after the 9/11 attacks and protested his innocence, while admitting that the photo and biography of the accused suicide hijacker were indeed his. But Barrett isn’t buying it. “What a lame alibi,” Barrett scoffed. “The 9/11 Commission Report says Waleed al-Shehri is the guy who, along with his brother Wail, ‘stabbed two unarmed flight attendants’ shortly before Flight 11 crashed into the North Tower. Alive or dead, if the 9/11 Commission says he did it, this guy should be apprehended, tried, and, if guilty, convicted of his crimes.”
As a badge-toting Fugitive Recovery Agent, Dr. Barrett is authorized to carry unusual weapons and use reasonable force to apprehend and deliver fugitives from justice. (Note: Wisconsin requires Fugitive Recovery Agents to be licensed, but no law prevents unlicensed agents like Dr. Barrett from working in other states or apprehending fugitives in foreign countries.)
Dr. Barrett says he will use no weapons in Morocco. He intends to apprehend Waleed al-Shehri nonviolently and persuade him to return to the US to have his day in court and try to clear his name. “I will tell him that he has a very good chance of convincing a jury that he has stabbed no stewardesses and flown no planes into any buildings. Hopefully he’d like to see this whole thing cleared up, rather than spending his life under the cloud of an act of suicide terrorism that he says he didn’t commit.”