By Wyatt Earp | April 30, 2011
All three suspects were convicted before being granted U.S. citizenship by the Obama administration. Absolutely unbelievable.
Three people convicted of crimes as a result of a terrorism-related investigation by the Department of Justice (DOJ) were later naturalized as U.S. citizens by the Obama administration.
The March 2011 audit by the Government Accountability Office (GAO), entitled Criminal Alien Statistics: Information on Incarcerations, Arrests and Costs, shows that three individuals were among “defendants where the investigation involved an identified link to international terrorism but they were charged with violating other statutes [not directly related to terrorism], including fraud, immigration, drugs, false statements, and general conspiracy charges,” referred by DOJ as Category II terrorism-related cases.
“Based upon our analysis of USCIS and DOJ data, three of the individuals on the DOJ list received U.S. citizenship after their convictions,” stated the GAO audit report. “Two were convicted of unlawful production of an identity document and one was convicted of transferring funds out of the country in violation of U.S. sanctions.”
This comes just two weeks after it was revealed that Obama’s DoJ was dropping terror-related charges against CAIR and other Islamic leaders. So, I’ll ask the question again: How is this not a treasonous action and/or an impeachable offense?