The Dearbornistan Duo

Michelle Malkin has the latest updates:

A second charged was added for the two Dearborn men who were arrested in Ohio and charged money laundering to support terrorism. Thursday, prosecutors charged 20-year-old Ali Houssaiky and 20-year-old Osma Sabhi Abulhassan with soliciting or providing support for an act of terrorism. Police said the men initially lied, but then under interrogation admitted to buying 600 untraceable cell phones. Authorities are concerned that if shipped to the Middle East, the chips from the phones may be used to remotely detonate car bombs.

I’m still concerned about my theory, as well.
But they are “good, quiet kids.”

2 Responses to “The Dearbornistan Duo”

  1. DirtCrashr says:

    The bought TracFones claiming they were for re-sale and a legitimate business.
    I have one and and it’s a huge pain in the ass to authorize, get running, add additional minutes, etc. The coding sequence is complicated and tedious. It appears to me it’s already at a rock-bottom price-point.
    You can buy them on-line and get air-time cheaper than at WalMart or Target, except then you need an address for shipping.
    I chose it because I hate cell-phones and I got it on-line because I saved $10. Added up that’s a lot of savings.
    The reception and sound quality is poor but I don’t care, only use it to call my wife and tell her I’m coming back from the shooting-range or dirt-bike riding — since she hates phones too, I’m usually just calling our answering machine.
    I don’t see how anybody could make money off them legitimately, even if you send them back to Pakistan, but maybe they’re easy to hack and re-program the EPROM?

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