October 15, 2010 - San Francisco, CA - PipeLineNews.org - According to a just breaking report by AP, under cross examination today, Pfc. Lance Aviles, acting on a direct order from his NCO, deleted two videos he had recorded during Maj. Nidal Hasan's murderous jihad at Ft. Hood on November 5, 2010. [source, http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2010/oct/15/soldier-says-he-was-ordered-delete-fort-hood-video/]
The testimony is completely line with the military's ongoing effort to strip any connection between Islam and Hasan's [or any perp's] actions.
For example the official investigation was chaired by two retired Clinton appointees whose dedication to enforcing extreme multicultural policies and hiring quotas suggested a fix from the get go.
Those suspicions were borne out when the 86 page report [access full DOD report here, http://www.defense.gov/pubs/pdfs/DOD-ProtectingTheForce-Web_Security_HR_13Jan10.pdf] failed to mention any of the key words [Muslim, Islam, jihad. etc.] one might associate with an act perpetrated by an individual who apparently had business cards reading "soldier of Allah," printed on them.
This rush [pushed with startling abandon by team Obama, from the CIC to the DOD and DHS on down the line] to remove from our enemy's actions any suggestion of a possible Islamic religious motive, reflects this administration's unwillingness to name our Islamist adversaries. This is a critically serious threat to national security in that it places blinders on a defense establishment whose job it is to prevent further terrorist attacks.
The fact that such a harmful censoring of the truth as revealed in today's Section 32 hearing on Hasan, seems to now have assumed the status of a systemic and unapologetic practice should cause great pause when answering the question, "Is America secure?"
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