OMG! Man Arrested in New York for Shoplifting and Then They Went Into His Home

How many firearms and how much ammunition must a member of the jihadist cult Muslims of America allowed to have before you begin to get suspicious? That is the question facing police in New York State after the arrest of 64-year old Ramadan Abdullah for shoplifting. Assault weapons, handguns, shotguns, and a large cache of ammunition have been uncovered. All my spidey senses are tingling that a terrorist attacker has been thwarted. 

As Written By Ryan Mauro and Martin Mawyer for the Clarion Project:

A long-time associate of a U.S.-based Islamist terrorist organization, Muslims of America (MOA), has been arrested in Johnson City, NY. Authorities discovered that he had a large cache of weapons inside a storage locker. A source inside MOA says the weapons were intended for the group’s “Islamberg” headquarters in Hancock, NY.

The suspect, 64-year old Ramadan Abdullah, was previously arrested in 1977 when he and another man tried to rob a candy store in Brooklyn and someone was murdered in the process. When police searched his home, they found enough material to build 50 bombs. In the end, the charges against Abdullah were strangely reduced (see below).

On May 31, Abdullah was arrested after trying to steal four boxes of ammunition from a local Gander Mountain store. When police questioned him about the purpose of the ammo, his answers made them suspicious, and they obtained a search warrant for a storage locker he was renting in the town of Union.

During that search, police found a large assortment of weaponry including:

  • 8 assault weapons
  • 4 loaded handguns
  • 1 loaded shotgun
  • 2 rifles
  • 64 high-capacity ammunition feeding devices
  • flak jackets
  • 1,000s of rounds of ammunition, including .50-caliber armor-piercing rounds

Searches of other residences linked to Abdullah turned up another loaded handgun, more high-capacity ......


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