ALEXANDRIA, Va. — Federal prosecutors are asking a judge to cut the 23-year prison term being served by an American Muslim activist who admitted participation in a Libyan plot to assassinate King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia.
Fifty-nine-year-old Abdurahman Alamoudi of Falls Church has been in prison since his arrest in September 2003. He pleaded guilty to illegal business dealings with Libya and admitted receiving more than $500,000 in cash from Libyan officials as part of an assassination plot.
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Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi wanted then-Prince Abdullah killed after a 2003 Arab League summit where Gadhafi felt he had been insulted. The documents explaining why prosecutors want to cut Alamoudi’s sentence are under seal, but such reductions are allowed only when a defendant provides substantial assistance to the government.
Sooooo, why is this information coming out of ALEXANDRIA, VA now? Abdurahman Alamoudi links to the International Institute for Islamic Thought (IIIT) an organization currently under active Federal grand jury investigation for terrorist support activities.
FED'S ARE FLIPPING ABDURAHMAN M. ALAMOUDI TO OBTAIN INFO ON THE INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE for ISLAMIC THOUGHT (IIIT).
IIIT has been subject to a Federal Grand Jury investigation since at least since March 2002, (when I started working as a C.I. for ICE), the think-tank’s Herndon, Va. offices was part of Operation Green Quest a multi agency task force designed to disrupt terrorist financing. What is taking so long ???
Former Florida professor Sami al-Arian declined to answer questions before the IIIT Federal grand jury in Alexandria in 2006, according to documents unsealed in Federal court in Tampa. Al-Arian, who was acquitted in one of the nation’s highest-profile terrorism cases but then pleaded guilty to a single charge, believes his life would be in danger if he testified (‘they will kill me if I talk”), his attorneys told a judge.
IIIT was the primary financial backer for Palestinian Islamic Jihad leader Sami al-Arian’s terrorist front at the University of South Florida, the World and Islam Studies Enterprise (confirmed by exhibits offered during al-Arian’s trial).
Following his guilty plea, al-Arian has refused three separate federal grand jury subpoenas seeking his testimony regarding his knowledge of terrorism financing activities in the U.S., including explaining the role of IIIT in the U.S.-based terrorist support network.
IIIT co-founder and longtime president Taha Jaber al-Alwani was named as an unindicted co-conspirator in the al-Arian case.
Abdurahman Alamoudi, who took at least six State Department-funded missions to the Middle East on behalf of the U.S. government, has been described as “bin Laden’s man in America.” When he was arrested, Abdurahman Alamoudi’s Palm Pilot contained the contact information for at least six different designated global terrorists. He had also partnered with Osama bin Laden’s nephew, Abdullah, in the Taibah International Aid Association.
A July 2005 Treasury Department press release described the arrest of the State Department’s “goodwill ambassador” as a severe blow to al-Qaeda’s international financing operation: According to information available to the U.S. government, the September 2003 arrest of Alamoudi was a severe blow to al-Qaeda, as Alamoudi had a close relationship with al-Qaeda and had raised money for al-Qaeda in the United States.
Bill Warner Sarasota Private Investigator Sarasota Fl www.wbipi.com