LA Times paints sympathetic view of Muslim convert convicted in terror plot

You see, he was just sick and on meds, and using the informant for money. Like a good Muslim. via How a couple in Alaska became the terrorists next door – latimes.com.

A little more than a year ago, he was a weather forecaster at a remote outpost in King Salmon, Alaska, population 442. He and his wife — he with his close-trimmed red beard and shy smile, she with her rosebud cheeks and sweet English accent — lived in a two-story frame house strewn with toys. They were popular dinner companions and regulars at community theater productions.

Now Paul Rockwood Jr. is a convicted terrorist, serving eight years in a federal prison. His wife, Nadia, is exiled on probation in England after her own criminal conviction. Since their arrest in 2010 — accused by the FBI of drafting and delivering a list of targets for terrorist attacks — friends and neighbors have been left in confusion, wondering how the nice young couple could have turned into the terrorists next door.

The possible answer, provided in Rockwood’s first interview since his arrest, opens a window on one man’s uncertain spiritual journey and radicalization after the Sept. 11 attacks. It also offers a look at the government’s increasingly deep dragnet for suspected domestic terrorists.

Read it to see how the media interviews coddles Muslim terrorists.

4 Responses

  1. Look what YOU made me do! Typical response against America…

    Who says mosques don’t make terrorists?

  2. YUP, the DEVIL MADE ME DO IT, And just WHO IS THE DEVIL, ISLAM for sure. Anybody that suscumbes to this ISLAMIC CRAP IS TRULY SICK AND NEEDS A RUBBER ROOM TO LIVE IN. LOCK AND LOAD.

  3. they are like roaches…they crop up anywhere & everywhere. quick, call the orkin man!

  4. they’re “nice” until they’re not. It’s always the same.The LA times can stuff their pollyanna bull poopy where the sun don’t shine. Only fools are buying it.

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