Edmonton Terrorist’s Movements Highlight Threat to U.S. Southern Border

Fears about a terrorist using the U.S.-Mexican border as a gateway for an attack have been realized. Evidence shows that Somali Edmonton terrorist Abdulahi Hasan Sharif crossed the U.S.-Mexican border from Tijuana into San Diego at the San Ysidro border crossing on July 12, 2011.

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  • While that smuggling ring may exist, it is even more frightening that governmental incompetence allowed Sharif in and to remain.

    • Liberal Progressive

      How dare you claim the Liberal government policy is instead just incompetence.

      • I assumed that was its chief fault.

        • Liberal Progressive

          There you go again! Using that “ch…” word is cultural appropriation!

  • simus1

    And from there he worked and dwelt in Slicone Valley where he was relentlessly stalked from one high tech startup to the next by headhunters offering million dollar signing bonuses to corral his limitless brilliant inventiveness.

  • karra

    Oh, look! A ventriloquist and its dummy – you decide…

  • Alain

    Since Mexico has very tight border control when it comes to foreigners entering, Mexico is purposely allowing this to happen. Another reason to build a wall. Our present government is every bit as bad with refusing to control our borders and even inviting in the garbage of the 3rd world while the RCMP act as their porters. In light of that Trump needs to be a second wall: on their northern border.

  • k1962

    Maybe we forgot to give him a parka and a hug. He obviously didn’t feel included. Why else would he run people over with his truck and then attempt to stab one of his victims, the police officer? Oh yeah, there is that tiny other reason he may have done this…