Texas: Border Patrol Agents Arrest Pakistani Muslim Who LIED To Feds

May 23, 2016



Written by: Pamela Geller

Syndicated by: Montana News


The invasion continues, via all methods of getting into the country. But to do anything about this would be islamofauxbic.


“Border Patrol agents arrest Pakistani man,” CBS 4 News, May 17, 2016:


10 Agents arrested Javaid Muhammad, who admitted crossing the border illegally, according to the federal criminal complaint against him. Court records don’t specify where Muhammad crossed the border, but the charge against him was filed in the McAllen Division of the Southern District of Texas.


Border Patrol agents interviewed Muhammad and he provided a sworn statement about the journey from Pakistan to Texas.


When FBI agents interviewed Muhammad on May 12, though, he told a different story, according to the criminal complaint.


“The FBI was in possession of records consisting of photographs and travel records, as well as written accounts from other government agencies, which show that the statements Muhammad made during his interviews by the USBP and the FBI were materially false, fictitious or fraudulent,” according to the criminal complaint.


FBI agents confronted Muhammad — who claimed to never have visited Ecuador or Chile — with photographs of his Chilean residence card and Ecuadorian passport.


“Muhammad admitted the statement he provided to the USBP was false, and also admitted to lying to the FBi during his interview,” according to the criminal complaint.


FBI agents charged Muhammad with knowingly and willfully lying to federal agents….

Article posted with permission from Pamela Geller.

Montana News republished with permission by: Bradlee Dean

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