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Breaking: FBI Raids University of Florida Nuclear Power Institute

February 25, 2009

The Sky 973 FM News Talk

Rhew [Supervisory Assistant U.S. Attorney]would not comment on the target of the investigation, but University of Florida spokesman Steve Orlando says the FBI was in the office of professor Samim Anghaie, the Iranian-born director of the institute.

Rhew would not comment on the investigation but did say no
arrest warrants have been issued.
Orlando says the university is cooperating with the
investigation and Anghaie’s employment status is being reviewed.

Developing…

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3 Comments
  1. February 26, 2009 3:37 am

    Good post as these Muslims of all nationalities here in America need to be all rounded up figuratively not physically (maybe so if it was possible) to verify what they’re doing, why they’re here and when they are leaving if they are, especially the ones that travel back and forth to their so called homelands.

    I know that sounds Neanderthalic and downright racist but ya know what? I don’t care as PC is killing us and will be our death if we don’t eliminate it as an all encompassing curtain these nefarious Muslims hide behind while looking and working towards ways to kill us all.

    Chicagoray’s last blog post..Now They Criticize China, After Hillary Bolts Town After the Hat In Hand Obama Cash Beg

  2. February 26, 2009 10:39 am

    “Iranian-born director of the [Florida Nuclear Power] [I]nstitute.”

    Iran . . . nuclear, Is there (and was there) some difficulty connecting two dots? These Islamic-origin people in positions sensitive to our national security must be investigated and any connections to Islamic jihadist brought to light.

    We have been slack for far too long, giving anybody from anywhere free access to our institutions–no matter what foreign entity provides them with financial aid (Iran Saudi Arabia–two of our subversive deadly enemies).

    Leslie White’s last blog post..CAIR must be recognized as hostile to the Constitution of the United States

  3. October 11, 2009 12:44 am

    From my experience, I have nothing but good things to say about the FBI. Naturally there are exceptions but I haven’t run into any. Certainly had far worse experiences with the CIA. I don’t want to go into details but my case is similair to this mans Boris Korczak

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