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August 26, 2009

Moonbats Still Setting Off Bombs

Posted by Dave Blount at August 26, 2009 7:49 AM

Unlike influential Obama associates Bill Ayers, Bernardine Dohrn, and Jeff Jones, not all leftists have given up terrorist bombing for the more effective approach of subverting the US government.

In Missouri:

A federal search warrant obtained by the Post-Dispatch connects a former Democratic campaign strategist to a Clayton bombing last year that seriously injured an attorney.
About two months after the October bombing, federal law enforcement officials searched the downtown loft of Milton H. "Skip" Ohlsen III, seeking "evidence related to the planning, execution, and/or cover-up of the bombing in Clayton, Missouri, on October 16, 2008." Ohlsen in recent weeks has been at the center of a swirling political scandal that is threatening the political careers of at least two Missouri Democratic legislators. …
Ohlsen, 37, is the former Democratic operative involved in the federal investigation into the failed 2004 congressional campaign of Jeff Smith. Both Smith, now a state senator from St. Louis, and Steve Brown, a state representative from Clayton, have been involved in that federal inquiry, according to state government sources. …
Ohlsen's political consulting career was short-lived but reached to the top levels of the Missouri Democratic Party. He was introduced to party leaders by Nick Robinson, a political director for the United Auto Workers, and he ended up developing relationships with Gov. Bob Holden and Lt. Gov. Joe Maxwell.

In Texas:

A Texas woman faces trial this month in Austin on charges she threatened to kill a government informant who infiltrated an Austin-based group that planned to bomb the Republican National Convention in St. Paul, Minn., last fall.
Katyanne Marie Kibby, 25, was indicted in June by a federal grand jury in Austin. She is accused of retaliating against Brandon Darby, the community activist-turned-informant who helped federal prosecutors win convictions against Bradley Neal Crowder, 24, and David Guy McKay, 23.
Prosecutors say the e-mail threat was made Jan. 10. That was two days after Crowder reached a plea bargain with federal prosecutors in Minneapolis for his role in the plot to build Molotov cocktails and attack the GOP convention in September 2008.
Crowder and McKay were part of a group of activists that had gone to the Twin Cities to take part in street demonstrations. The FBI had infiltrated the group with Darby. Crowder and McKay built eight of the gasoline firebombs but didn't use them, a fact law enforcement officials credited to Darby.

Pardons should be coming down from Eric Holder soon. We can't have Democrat campaign strategists and righteous community activists languishing in prison when Comrade Obama always needs more czars.

On tips from J and BURNING HOT. Hat tips: Jawa Report, Gateway Pundit.