What the hell is FBI agent Robert Fuller drinking these days? He comes up with the strangest account of his informant that helped them build a case against four suspected terrorists when filed in a report that was unsealed last week and now revealed by the Smoking Gun. His information is so inconsistent that it can only be deciphered as lies. The facts, while they be small, when dealing with the FBI, you know should not be WRONG unless they want them to be wrong.
The description of their informant is either misleading or somebody isn’t telling something for reasons unbeknownst to the general public. But, now that the Smoking Gun is on to it, they’re going to have to come up with something better than, “Oh maybe the papers were just mixed up.” Everyone knows how relentless the Smoking Gun can be.
You can’t just frivolously make someone a terrorist without having a VALID informant. Details like when he was charged and became the FBI’s informant and what he was charged with and the penalty given for the crime should be easy things to put in your report. But not for the FBI. Read here and see for yourself.