The Saudi man who flew into Detroit from Saudi Arabia via Amsterdam, carrying a pressure cooker and a passport that was missing pages, also changed his story relative to why he was carrying that pressure cooker.
Now, Dawud Walid, the Executive Director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations in Michigan (CAIR-Mich), is publicly stating that a Saudi traversing the Globe one month after pressure cooker bombings in Boston, the pressure cooker “in and of itself” is nothing to be alarmed about. Well, the reporter asked, what about the altered passport?
Again, Dawud said, “that, in and of itself” is not a concern.
Uh, Mr. Dawud, how about a Saudi man traversing the globe with a pressure cooker AND an altered passport? What about in and of themselves?
On his blog, Dawud links to a story about the Saudi man who landed at the Detroit Metropolitan Airport (DIA).
Via My Fox Detroit: