• Terror Arrest After Watching ‘Breaking Bad’

    September 23, 2015

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    A British software programmer has been sentenced to eight years in prison for trying to buy the deadly toxin ricin (from the FBI) over the Internet.

    Mohammed Ali was convicted of attempting to possess a chemical weapon. He admitted trying to buy ricin, but claimed he was motivated by curiosity after it featured on the TV show “Breaking Bad.”

    He told jurors he was just “curious” and wanted to test the boundaries of the Dark Web, and was unaware ricin was illegal. “I just wanted to know what the fuss was about,” he said.

    Computer analysis showed Ali first began trawling the Internet for information on poisons such as abrin, ricin and cyanide in October last year.
    The court heard he approached the undercover agent in January with a private message, saying: “Hi, would you be able to make me some ricin and send it to the UK?”

    Because sure, that’s exactly how one goes about these things, so hey, I need some plutonium, please leave your full name and address in the Comments so me and SWAT can swing by later.

    At one point, Ali asked his FBI handler: “How do I test this ricin?” and received the instruction: “You must test it on a rodent.”

    Records showed that Ali then made a to-do list on his computer which included the entries “pay ricin guy” and “get pet to murder.” He had also made a series of web searches for chinchillas, animal rescue center, rabbits and “pocket-sized pets.”

    Ali has been diagnosed with Asperger’s or autistic traits.

    Ali, who is 31, contacted a “U.S. seller” about buying 500 milligrams of ricin for $500. Of course, the contact was just another undercover FBI agent pretending to be a terrorist, and Ali was arrested after he was sent a toy car (below) containing a harmless powder. One wonders if it is 99 percent or 99.9 percent of the FBI that now spends its time pretending to be terrorists online.

    A judge said Ali’s sentence was intended to send a message “that the possession of a chemical weapon is extremely serious.” And indeed possession is a serious thing. Only this guy never possessed anything dangerous, and had no chance of actually possessing anything dangerous. He was just another ignorant web dweller who imagined he could pop online and buy highly toxic substances.


    Protip: Ricin is a poison found naturally in castor beans. Ricin can be made from the waste material left over from processing castor beans. In other words, you don’t have to buy it, you can brew it, and yes, instructions are online. If the guy really, really wanted to cause mass harm, he was a quick Google and a trip to the supermarket away from getting started. And as far as anyone knows, the FBI is not yet staffing the bean aisle at your local Safeway.

    Or are they…





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  • Recent Comments

    • Misty said...

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      (giggling) Possibly

      09/23/15 8:27 AM | Comment Link

    • Bruce said...

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      And stay away from the supermart castor oil supplies; UNLEϟϟ ya wanna FBI (et al) slicking!

      09/23/15 11:56 AM | Comment Link

    • Helen Marshall said...

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      Interesting that he phrased the slaughter of the rat to come as “murder.”

      Probably has more compassion than most of the FBI folks…has anyone read the incredible story of the FBI and its enabling (and worse) of killers like Whitey Bulger in the current New Yorker? Don’t read it on an empty stomach.

      09/23/15 12:42 PM | Comment Link

    • bloodypitchfork said...

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      quote”Ali has been diagnosed with Asperger’s or autistic traits.”unquote

      Yeah, and terminal stupidity too.

      Peter said:
      “Protip: Ricin is a poison found naturally in castor beans. Ricin can be made from the waste material left over from processing castor beans. In other words, you don’t have to buy it, you can brew it, and yes, instructions are online.”unquote

      Now you done it. I suppose anyone who reads this is now a terrorist suspect. And you’ll be charged with material support. Let us know what happens.

      Helen said”
      “has anyone read the incredible story of the FBI and its enabling (and worse) of killers like Whitey Bulger in the current New Yorker? ”

      The mere fact that the FBI pays thousands of informers and AUTHORIZES them to break the law redefines the term absurd. A nation full of “legal” criminals..getting paid big bucks .. by the very institution who is mandated to catch criminals.

      I think that calls for a drink. or three.

      09/23/15 1:31 PM | Comment Link

    • Nic108 said...

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      Love your posts, “Pitch”! Oh, no! I’m on the watch list, too. Well, I was on it long ago. I’ve found government spyware on every computer I’ve touched since 9-11. Is calling George W. a “mass murdering, torturing, alcoholic cokehead, Constitution shredder” on Innernut forums a bad thing?

      09/23/15 11:33 PM | Comment Link

    • bloodypitchfork said...

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      Misty said…

      “(giggling) Possibly”

      I meant to address this comment earlier..but forgot. Ok, now.. “possibly”.. what? Exactly what is possible?

      umm, with all due respect, as I’ve never seen you post here before, I believe I’ve read at least a thousand similar posts on youtube..all leaving me scratching my head. So please..can you explain what your intent was?

      09/24/15 8:54 AM | Comment Link

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