The FBI reveals that it thwarted a plan to assassinate George Bush Jr

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According to the source, the element associated with the organization "ISIS"an Iraqi man, went so far as to travel to the city Dallas in state TexasAnd he recorded a video clip around the home of Bush Jr., in preparation for the implementation of his plan.

The planner initiated the recruitment of 4 other Iraqis to help him carry out his attack, and was planning to bring them into the United States by smuggling them through the border with Mexico.

A targeting scheme has been revealed US President The former, following the declassification of a search memorandum submitted by the Office of the"FBI" On the twenty-third of last March, and opened this week.

explained Federal Bureau of Investigation that it "He was able to thwart the scheme by relying on secret informants, in addition to the account of the ISIS element on the WhatsApp application".

The suspect, who was based in Columbus, Ohio, said he wanted to assassinate Bush Jr "Because he considers him responsible for the killing of many Iraqis during the invasion of Iraq in 2003"which was made by the decision of the president who ruled the United States from 2001 to 2009.

I wrote "Forbes" That this incident shows the dependence of the"FBI" on the app "Whatsapp"Despite the office’s talk about obstacles to the investigation of major crimes due to the use of encryption technology in correspondence, noting that "Enable to obtain data through the company".

The magazine notes that "The suspect is an Iraqi citizen who has been in the United States since 2020, where he has applied for asylum".

No charges have yet been brought against the suspect in Iraq, and therefore, it has not been mentioned "Forbes" His name, and it was also not clear if the police had arrested him.

Commenting on the report, the chief of staff of George W. Bush’s office, Freddy Ford, said the former US president "He has absolute confidence in the Secret Service, law enforcement and intelligence agencies".

Seamus Hughes, deputy director of the Extremism Program at George Washington University, told the magazine "Forbes": "Obviously, this was a complex counter-terror operation. It was far-reaching and unique in its targeting".

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According to the source, the element associated with the organization of “ISIS‘, an Iraqi man, went so far as to travel to the city Dallas in state TexasAnd he recorded a video clip around the home of Bush Jr., in preparation for the implementation of his plan.

The planner initiated the recruitment of 4 other Iraqis to help him carry out his attack, and was planning to bring them into the United States by smuggling them through the border with Mexico.

A targeting scheme has been revealed US President The former, following the declassification of a search warrant submitted by the FBI on the twenty-third of last March, and it was opened this week.

explained Federal Bureau of Investigation He “was able to thwart the scheme by relying on secret informants, in addition to the account of the ISIS element on the WhatsApp application.”

The suspect, who was based in Columbus, Ohio, said that he wanted to assassinate Bush Jr. “because he considered him responsible for the deaths of many Iraqis during the invasion of Iraq in 2003”, which was decided by the president who ruled the United States from 2001 to 2009.

Forbes wrote that this incident shows the dependence of the “FBI” on the “WhatsApp” application, despite the office’s talk about obstacles to the investigation of major crimes due to the use of encryption technology in correspondence, noting that “it was able to obtain data through the company.” .

The magazine notes that “the suspect is an Iraqi citizen who has been in the United States since 2020, where he applied for asylum, which is pending.”

No charge has yet been brought against the suspect in Iraq, and therefore, Forbes did not mention his name, and it was also not clear whether the police had arrested him.

Commenting on the report, George Bush Jr.’s chief of staff, Freddy Ford, said the former US president “has absolute confidence in the Secret Service, law enforcement and intelligence agencies.”

“This was clearly a complex counterterrorism operation. It was far-reaching and unique in its targeting,” Seamus Hughes, deputy director of the Extremism Program at George Washington University, told Forbes.

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