FBI foils planned terrorist attack at San Francisco’s Pier 39
According to FBI documents, Everitt Jameson, 26, was planning to attack the heavily crowded area on Christmas day. Jameson, a former Marine who the FBI says was radicalized and supported the Islamic State, was arrested before he could carry out his plot.
FBI: California man planned ISIS-inspired Christmas terror attack on San Francisco’s Pier 39
Source ABC News Channel 7
Officials say they’ve arrested a California man who was planning a possible Christmas terror attack in San Francisco.
The FBI arrested Everitt Aaron Jameson, a tow truck driver from Modesto. They say he planned to target Pier 39. The 26-year-old reportedly stated that “Christmas was the perfect day” for a terror attack in San Francisco and “did not need an escape plan because he was ready to die.”
According to a handwritten letter obtained by the FBI, Jameson also referred to himself as Abdallah adu Everitt ibn Gordon.
According to FBI documents, Jameson picked out that location because he “had been there before and knew it was a heavily crowded area.” He added that it would be easy to “funnel” people into an area where he could inflict casualties.
Jameson is charged with attempting to supply support to a foreign terrorist organization, specifically the Islamic State. According to FBI documents, he posted and liked pro-ISIS and pro-terrorism content on Facebook.
A criminal complaint filed by an FBI agent alleged Jameson posted radical jihadist messages online and suggested the use of his tow truck for “the cause.”
Jameson also expressed support for the Halloween terror attack in New York City involving a truck. That attack killed eight people.
On Nov. 2, days after the New York City attack, Jameson allegedly told an FBI informant, “I’m glad to know we Muslims are finally hitting back. Allahu Akbar! The Kuffar deserve everything and more the lives they have taken,” the complaint said.
FBI agents also allege Jameson communicated with more than one undercover agent. In meeting with one of the agents, Jameson expressed his belief that the U.S. “needed another attack like New York or San Bernardino,” according to the FBI complaint, and Jameson said he wanted to use both vehicles and firearms to carry out an attack.
Jameson allegedly named the popular pier in San Francisco for an attack possibly involving explosives on Christmas Day, according to the FBI.
“Jameson said he would go to the mountains to build bombs for the attack,” the FBI alleged in the complaint.
“He wrote a letter stating among other things: ‘You all have brought this upon yourselves. There are no innocent Kuffar! Each and every Kuffar in this Nationalistic, Godless society has a hand in this. You’ve allowed Donald J Trump to give away Al Quds to the Jews. Both You and he are wrong, it belongs to the Muslemeen,'” The FBI complaint said.
According to the FBI, Jameson told an undercover agent on Dec. 18, “I also don’t think I can do this after all. I’ve reconsidered,” after an agent mistakenly called him from a Washington, D.C. phone number.
Jameson’s home was raided by FBI agents Dec. 20, where they allegedly found a “martyrdom letter” along with several guns.
The FBI said Jameson told agents during the raid that he supported ISIS and planned an attack, and that he “would be happy if an attack was carried out,” according to the complaint.
Jameson was trained as a basic recruit in the Marine Corps in 2009 and graduated with a “sharpshooter” qualification, but was later discharged for not disclosing a medical history of asthma, according to the FBI.
ABC7 News in San Francisco contacted officials at Pier 39 to ask for a response. They say they did not know about this plot.
ABC News contributed to this report.
Q ANON LINKS RESIGNATION OF GOOGLE’S SCHMIDT TO TRUMP’S EXECUTIVE ORDER
Trump attacks international human rights abuse by going after the money
Source INFO WARS Jerome Corsi
DECEMBER 22, 2017
The executive order allows the Treasury Secretary, in consultation with the Secretary of State, to confiscate the U.S. assets of anyone materially assisting, sponsoring, or providing financial, material, or technological support to those engaged in human rights abuses and/or corruption.
An annex published by the Treasury Department simultaneous with Trump signing the executive order made clear Trump has empowered the Treasury Department to implement the Global Magnitsky Human Rights Accountability Act by confiscating the assets of “malign actors worldwide” who violate this act.
Global Magnitsky Human Rights Accountability Act was passed to replace the Jackson-Vanik Amendment from the Cold War aimed at imposing trade sanctions forcing the Soviet Union to allow Jews and other minorities to emigrate, with a more current punishment denying access to the U.S. banking system to international criminals guilty of abusing human rights – an act named to honor Russian lawyer Sergei Magnitsky who died in a Russian prison in 2009 after trying to expose corruption and human rights violations in Russia.
The New York Post speculated that Schmidt’s “womanizing” lifestyle began in 2012 after deciding to live apart from Wendy Schmidt, his wife of 37 years. Although the post commented that despite extensive research into “Schmidt’s former flames,” no evidence of Harvey Weinstein-like sexual harassment have yet been found.
Deeper analysis reveals 13 people named in the Treasury annex as “serious human rights abusers and corrupt actors” target a range of individuals including the former president of Gambia and a Myanmar general; more broadly, the U.S. Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control names 39 other individuals sanctioned by the U.S. government worldwide who are subject to having the U.S. government confiscate their assets within U.S. jurisdiction.
Already researchers are establishing that various of the thirteen named by Treasury have close ties to the Clintons through their generous contributions to the Clinton Foundation and/or the Clinton Global Initiative.
Others point to the close relationship that exists between the Clintons and Schmidt that date back to 2008 when Schmidt loaned the Google jet to members of Clinton’s presidential campaign staff.
In the 2016 presidential campaign, leaked emails from Clinton campaign manager John Podesta published by WikiLeaks made clear that Schmidt wanted to play the role of Clinton’s “head outside advisor,” ready to lend to the Clinton campaign Google’s powerful micro-targeting data to develop software to be used in “get out the vote” (GOTV) and campaign fundraising efforts.
Clearly, the executive order should concern those engaged in international sex trafficking.
As pointed out by investigative journalist William Craddick, the Clintons’ ties to the international pedophilia sex trade go back to their involvement with Laura Silsby who was arrested trying to smuggle 33 children out of Haiti without documentation; Silsby was convicted of criminal child trafficking, only to have her sentence reduced after intervention by Bill Clinton.