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  • A war criminal from Somali was recently found as a security guard at the Dulles International Airport in Washington D.C.
  • Airport officials said they were aware that he was in a lawsuit filed by a human rights group for crimes against humanity.
  • The war criminal is said to have overseen some of the most violent things that you can imagine.
  • Of course, he, however, is deny all accusations.

A Somali national accused of leading mass executions and torturing people during his country’s bloody civil war in the 1980s has been working as a security guard at the Dulles International Airport in Washington, D.C, passing through all TSA and FBI checks for the past six years.

Yusuf Abdi Ali, who is living in Alexandria, Virginia, was discovered by the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority, according to Fox 5. Ali had been through the full, federally mandated vetting process required to obtain an airport badge, officials said.

Since the revelation, Ali has been placed on administrative leave, and his airport access has been revoked. Airport officials said that they are aware the Somali native was named in a lawsuit filed by a human rights group in 2006 for crimes against humanity. According to CNN, the case has faced several appeals and is headed to the Supreme Court.

“The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority maintains a contract with Master Security to provide unarmed security services,” MWAA spokesman Rob Yingling said. “Master Security’s employees are subject to the full, federally-mandated vetting process in order to be approved for an airport badge, including a criminal history records check by the FBI and a security threat assessment by the TSA.”

Tingling said the authority has “verified that all of these processes were followed and approved” when it comes to Ali.

The MWAA also said it was unaware of the pending litigation involving Ali and is now reviewing the information surrounding that case.

The U.S. government has been aware of Ali for several years, officials told CNN, “based upon allegations that he had been involved in human rights violations.” They declined to provide any further information.

“He oversaw some of the most incredible violence that you can imagine,” Kathy Roberts, a lawyer for the Center for Justice and Accountability, which is leading the civil lawsuit, told CNN. “He tortured people personally; he oversaw torture.”

A government regime led by Mohamed Siad Barre took power in 1969 and ruled dictatorially following a coup in Somalia. Ali served as a commander in the regime and is accused of terrorizing Isaaq, the once-dominant clan in the country’s northern region.

“He tied [my brother] to a military vehicle and dragged him behind. He said to us if you’ve got enough power, get him back,” one survivor said on a 1992 CBC documentary. “He shredded him into pieces. That’s how he died.”

However, Ali denies all the accusations of violence, claiming they are both “false” and “baseless.”

“How dare anyone call him a war criminal,” Joseph Peter Drennan, Ali’s lawyer, said. “If he is indeed a war criminal, take him to The Hague. Or if he is a war criminal, take it up with the immigration authorities. Don’t sue him in an American court.”

“My client deserves to live in the U.S. just as any other legal permanent resident,” he added.

Ali first came to the United States on a visa through his wife, who became a citizen. She was found guilty in 2006 of naturalization fraud, after claiming to be a refugee from Somalia’s Isaaq clan.

Source: The Blaze


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  • Ken Bennett says:

    How else are these bombs getting on the aircraft??? Duh!

  • Sam Williams says:

    No surprise there if our government didn’t have a constant flow of security risks it might do some actual stopping of threats. Profile as do the Israelis.

  • DUKE says:

    Terrorists have infiltrated every segment and every square inch of The U. S. of A. due to their welcome from Oterrorist in his lifelong quest to destroy The U. S. of A..

  • Peter Kachel says:

    FBI is not doing their job. All they can do is cover up the ADM for their actions.

  • Doriss CArey says:

    First of all….political correctness has ruled out common sense and put us in danger.
    Second people servicing our planes from machanics to cleaners and caterers etc. are not sufficiently careened.
    Third,,,time is wasted on people over 80 who were born in this country and never been in a country that either harbors or trains terriorists.

  • Curry says:

    The mandate for the FBI is to investigate domestic federal felony, chiefly across State lines. If there was no intelligence dossier on this man, then the FBI would not, and did not find anything on the man with which to deny him a clearance to work at a federally guarded facility – that is, guarded by federal law.
    The same would then hold true for the INS. No file, no investigation, no denial of entry.
    As for the TSA, in this instance they are the bottom feeders, acting upon the intel provided them. And it appears there was no intel for them to act upon.
    This is how our system is supposed to work! A person is innocent until proven guilty. (Unless you are a WMASP).
    Time and circumstances, in the form of a human rights watch group, have now caught up with this alleged murderer, like it did for the Nazi concentration camp guard who had been living peacefully for a very long time in Cleveland.
    I am griped that the Blaze mentions only “Airport Officials”. This is too vague.
    On the other hand, several years ago this WMASP attempted to open an ordinary, civilian bank account only to discover later that US law, through the “Office of Foreign Asset Management” now mandates an international background check through the “United Nations Office of Drugs and Crime”.

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