On Saturday, Director Vernon Keenan of the Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) acknowledged to WSBTV’s Channel 2 reporter, Mark Winne that in the wake of the Islamic terrorist attacks in France, that active terrorism investigations underway in the state of Georgia.
While the French are still reeling from the Islamic terrorist last week that killed 12 citizens and French police are looking for the wife of one of the Islamic terrorist gunman who stormed a Parisian kosher grocery and killed four hostages, law enforcement officials, including the Paulding County Republican Examiner, have longed viewed that what happened there, could happen here.
Keenan told Winne that the GBI has agents assigned to the FBI-led joint terrorism task force in Georgia and stated that what happened in France in recent days is not a foreign concept to our state’s counter-terror authorities. “The scenario, the acts that occurred in France is a major worry that the same thing could happen in the United States and the state of Georgia.”
Keenan further told Winne in the interview, “There are individuals in the state of Georgia that we have concerns about and that are monitored by the federal authorities and by the GBI as we work with our federal authorities. Many of these individuals have not committed violations of the law yet but they are a concern to law enforcement.”
Meanwhile, Fox News is reporting that an Islamic terrorist member of Al-Qaeda’s branch in Yemen bragged on Friday that his group directed the massacre at a Paris magazine and at the same time, the U.S. State Department has issued a travel warning to citizens, stating that they face an increased risk of reprisals from the Islamists.
As reported in 2010, the Islamization of the West, spoken by radical Islamist Yusuf al-Qaradawi, is now taking hold by these radical Islamic murderers and these thugs have their eyes set on the United States.