Accused War Criminal

CNN has found an alleged war criminal from Somalia now working in the United States as an airport security guard.

Yusuf Abdi Ali was a commander during the Somali Civil War during the 1980s and has been accused of ordering the torture and executions of civilians in what has been called a genocide.

When CNN found out that he was living and working in the United States, they sent a crew to his workplace, Dulles International Airport in Northern Virginia, just minutes from Washington, D.C. The film crew found a man matching Ali’s description working security and began asking him questions.

“What’s your name?” a CNN producer asked.


How did Yusuf Abdi Ali get into the United States in the first place, let alone, get a high security job at a D.C. airport?

November 2016 election can not come soon enough.

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    • Amerikztan says

      Yes. I hate to be late for work without trained terorists p_ss_ng in my McCafe, picking their noses to wipe on my Bacon and Egg McBiscuit, and adding their DNA to the secret sauce on my Big Mac.
      You deserve sharia today, we are cheap for minimum wage, at MG13-Donalds !

  1. Cornbread_Noah says

    “Homeland Insecurity, Bringing you death and destruction since 1787”

    And people wonder why the country is full of illegals in death gangs.

  2. JY1 says

    In a sea of high-school-dropouts and police-force-psych-evaluation-failure-rejects, he was probably the only one with work experience in a related field and glowing job references.

  3. El Conquistador says

    Who GAF? HRC can let people die and take money for influence…. No problem…. Lois Lerner can suppress free speech…. No problem…. What’s wrong with a little war crime here and there?

  4. Shinku says

    If he’s changed his ways. May the victim’s families forgive him. But to the people that vetted and allowed him to attain a security job. Hang them by the neck.

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