If you are Canadian and not a Muslim…
is your Muslim co-worker getting on your nerves?
” In a plea agreement filed today, Dennis Leon Kolupski, 54, admitted that he called the FBI three weeks before the 2005 anniversary of the September 11 attacks and stated that he overheard a disturbing cell phone conversation.According to Kolupski’s report, he overheard a co-worker reference the bombings in Madrid and London and state:
“9/11 is nothing like what will happen on 9/12,”
“they were going to plant things around the city and that nobody will be able to tell where things are happening,”
“that we would be so distracted about a lot of little stuff, that we would miss the big stuff, that this will knock L.A. off the earth,” and
“people are already positioning themsleves, which 9/11 is like a candle on a birthday cake.”
In a subsequent interview, Kolupski admitted that he did
nothear the threats to Los Angeles, that the conversation he overheard was in a language other thanEnglish, and that he intended his report to bring scrutiny to the co-worker.
Kolupski is scheduled to make his first court appearance on February 26. Assuming that he enters the guilty plea, Kolupski faces a maximum possible penalty of five years in federal prison. This case was investigated by the FBI and the Joint Terrorism Task Force.