While a U.S. citizen languishes in a brutal Iranian prison for practicing his faith, a Syrian national with ties to 9/11 hijackers freely walks the streets of a northern New Jersey suburb, enjoying the good life without fear of deportation.
An exclusive Fox News report airing Sunday will unveil a series of federal bureaucratic blunders that led to Daoud Chehazeh’s freedom.
The report, “He’s Here to Stay in the USA,” airs at 9 p.m. Eastern Standard Time on Fox News.
“It’s a slap in the face to Americans, especially the victims of 9/11 and the families,” Jim Bush, a New Jersey state investigator who was part of the 9/11 probe code-named PENTTBOMB, told Fox News.
“Three thousand people were murdered. [Chehazeh] was definitely part of that conspiracy,” Bush’s partner, Bob Bukowski, said, according to Fox. “He facilitated the moves and protection up to the whole flight, basically, of Flight 77. Could we prove that in a court of law? No. But there are other remedies. Deport him. That’s what should have been done in this case.”
American Airlines Flight 77 flew into the Pentagon on 9/11, killing all 59 people on board plus the hijackers, as well as 125 people in the building. That flight has special significance for Debra Burlingame, the co-founder of 9/11 Families for a Safe and Strong America.
“This is an example of our national security policy gone mad,” Burlingame, whose brother, Charles, piloted Flight 77, told Fox.
“This is what comes of demilitarizing the ‘war on terror’ and political correctness, treating enemies with the rights of ordinary people,” she said. “We owe a person like this absolutely nothing. His confederates were summarily executed by drone. This is an utterly incoherent national security policy.”
Chehazeh was granted political asylum in the United States in November. Meanwhile, the Justice Department is trying to deport a German family that wants to peacefully homeschool its children in its Tennessee home. And that American who is now languishing in Iran? That would be Pastor Saeed Abedini, sentenced to 8 years for “evangelizing.” The government has barely lifted a finger to help him. Go figure.
Read more at Fox News, and tune in to Fox at 9 for the full investigative report.
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