During the last few weeks we have been overwhelmed by the response to our posts, and — especially since the Jamaat ul-Fuqra meme started — we have been receiving an enormous number of emails in addition to the comments.
We are glad to have them, and I am gradually working my way through them. But it will take me a while, because I have a day job and have to pretend to work sometimes! Also, Dymphna is still recuperating.
I appreciate all the information, research, and tips that people have been sending. I will try to respond to everything, and post anything noteworthy.
Not to worry. You’re doing some great research on this group.
You the man, Baron.
Congrats on the big time recognition from Wretchard and Glen Reynolds. You and Dymphna deserve it.
Keep up the good work, and have Fun!
It struck me at the time that the ‘Beltway Snipers’ were operating from some sort of ‘safe house’ in rural Virginia; if one applies FBI tracking techniques to their movements, it still seems quite possible. How does this notion fit into the JUF timeline?
I don’t know the details, but as I understood it, Muhammad and Malvo took a side trip to Red House and holed up there for a little while. It’s not all that far from Richmond — down 360 to 460 and west a ways — and we know they were in Richmond (or just outside, the West end, corner of Parham Road and West Broad, at the Exxon).
an avenue well worth exploring– there’s a book in there somewhere, since both the FBI and the media have persisted in ignoring the Jihadist connections in their case.
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