That’s his jihad, what’s yours?
Homegrown radical Muslim arrested for series of bomb threats
Jim Kouri, The ExaminerKodak’s headquarters in Rochester, N.Y., received more than 20 bomb threats from an Islamist.
Omer Fadhel Saleh Mohammed, a resident of Rochester, N.Y., was arrested and charged with making false bomb threats, according to an FBI Buffalo Division report released Tuesday.
The charge against the 31-year-old Islamist carries a maximum penalty of 10 years in prison, a fine of $250,000, or both.
Assistant U.S. Attorney Anthony M. Bruce, who is handling the prosecution, stated that according to the complaint, between Sept. 24, 2012 and Jan. 24, 2013, the defendant made 21 telephone calls to 911 claiming that a terrorist was going to bomb the Kodak Corporation.
For example, according to the criminal complaint, during one call Mohammed allegedly stated the terrorists were “going to blow up the big Kodak.” The 911 calls that specifically referenced Kodak resulted in emergency responses by Rochester police units and firefighters.