WACO- A federal judge on Friday denied Naser Abdo’s lawyers’ motion to keep out of court his confession to planning an attack on Fort Hood soldiers last July.
The AWOL soldier, who had been based in Fort Campbell, Kentucky, is accused of plotting to bomb a Fort Hood restaurant popular with soldiers, and then shoot and kill the surviving troops. Killeen Police, among other agencies, busted the then-21-year-old Abdo at the America’s Best Value Inn in Killeen.
After the hearing, Abdo reportedly spat on U.S. Marshals while he was being transferred in the elevator. Additional U.S. Marshals, Waco Police officers and medical technicians arrived to secure the scene and make sure Abdo was physically and mentally fit to head back to jail.
Another unsourced version of events, Soldier assaults US Marshal and Deputy Sheriff with bloody spit:
In what can only be described as disgusting behavior, PFC Naser Jason Abdo bit through his lower lip yesterday and then spat on a U.S. Marshal and a Deputy Sheriff who were escorting him back to jail in Waco, Texas.
Abdo is the Soldier accused last year of plotting to detonate a bomb in a restaurant frequented by U.S. Soldiers; a crime for which he previously confessed.
Apparently angered by Judge Walter Smith’s decision not to reject that previous confession, Adbo, 22, spat on the two officers in the elevator of the Waco Federal Building after a pretrial hearing in U.S. District Court.
Examiner’s Note: It is not known if Naser Jason Abdo is infected with any blood borne diseases. It is routine procedure for the officers to be tested following an incident involving bodily fluids.