Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Va. Nutcase Pleads Guilty to Threatening Creators of 'South Park'

ALEXANDRIA, Va. -- A northern Virginia man best known for threatening the creators of the "South Park" cartoon for their perceived mockery of the prophet Muhammad has pleaded guilty to supporting an al-Qaida linked terrorist group.

Twenty-year-old Zachary Chesser of Bristow, Va., admitted that he tried to join the join the al-Shabab terror group in Somalia earlier this year and that he posted online propaganda on their behalf. Court papers allege he took his infant son with him to the airport to make his travel appear more innocuous.

In a plea hearing Wednesday in federal court in Alexandria, Chesser also pleaded guilty to two counts of communicating threats and soliciting crimes of violence."

Now this is what makes it harder for the rest of us to make it through an airport without being violated.
Zachary Chesser doesn't sound all that moslem. So now we've got to look out for the moslem-lovers as well as the real deal.

Then again, seems like young Mr. Zach is nothing more than a posing wannabe who needed his 15 minutes of fame, but try telling the government that.

When WAS the last time a whitebread hijacked an airliner?

DB Cooper?

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