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Tuesday, May 13, 2008


This is coolbert:

This is the type of story that instantaneously catches my attention. Am I being paranoid and overly-suspicious or am I in agreement with others on this one?

Thanks here to and Robert Spencer.

"Ex-911 operator accused of illegal database searches"

"A former city 911 operator faces multiple felony counts for illegally searching state driving records and state police databases that included the FBI's terrorist watch list"

"The fired employee, Nadire P. Zenelaj, 32, of Rochester [New York] insists she did nothing wrong and is being singled out because she is Muslim."

"Richard Vega, director of the city's Office of Public Integrity, said Zenelaj was 'running personal information on herself, on her family and on friends. I think it went beyond curiosity. ... We think she was accessing this information to pass it on to others.'"

"At least one of the 227 names that Zenelaj searched for was on the terrorist watch list, according to police."

Nadire SURE HAS A LARGE FAMILY AND A LOT OF FRIENDS, DOES SHE NOT??!! 227 name searches is A LOT by any standard??!!

Maybe there is nothing here? She is just curious? I wouldn't bet on it!




Blogger John S. Bolton said...

Sounds like a brazen terrorist support networker to me. If it weren't for her claim that the government is disriminating aginst her, would these journalists even tell us that she is Islamic?

4:34 AM


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