Here ya go, folks. Pull up your easy chair and pour yourself a cup of coffee, but, er, don’t eat any donuts. From The New Breed of Bioterrorism?:
Last week, October 26, 2005, Behrouz Nahidmobarekeh was tried for tampering with consumer products. He was convicted the next day. He was caught on tape sprinkling dried feces on donuts and pastries in a Dallas grocery. Is this a new form of bioterrorism?
It would be the most cost-efficient, using the most easily attainable substance. Everyone knows feces can carry Hepatitis B, C, and D, as well as a host of other infectious diseases like Shigella and E. Coli. Yet Nahidmobarekeh’s attorney Clark Birsall said there was no way to prove that Nahidmobarekeh’s actions would have harmed anyone.
There are no DNA tests reported yet that even prove the dried feces were Nahidmobarekeh’s own, though he apparently prepared them in his apartment. The FBI determined it was not a matter of national security, so they turned Nahidmobarekeh over to local authorities after they had arrested him.
Why, this was just the personal revenge of a Middle Eastern sociopathic cab driver, who had “a beef” with the store owners. Nahidmobarekeh said he wanted to “teach them a lesson.”
Not to worry?
We should all be worried. While the rest of the left and Eurabia tows the party line and tells us that Islam is a peaceful religion, we’ll read the rest of the article here and learn what Islam really is not.