The other day I half-jokingly wrote about TATP 101 studies – a response to the stupidity of the Ninth Circuit’s “reasoning” on immigration. If you’re not familiar with TATP, just wait. It may be coming to a church, business, school, or social gathering near you.
A 16-year-old girl was among four terrorists arrested in southern France for TATP possession. Now a 16-year-old girl in Denmark has been arrested for the same thing.
For the first time in its history, Denmark has charged a woman with terrorism. The morbid debut involves a 16-year-old Danish girl, who converted to Islam and intended to blow up a historic Jewish school.
The girl was arrested in January 2016 for possessing explosives. Later it emerged that the explosive TATP (which is also known as acetone peroxide and was used in the November 2015 Paris attacks) was meant to be used in an attack against two schools in Denmark, Danish Radio reported. Due to the delicate nature of the case and the amount of sensitive information, much of the data in the so-called “Kundby case” (named after the village where the girl was arrested) has been withheld from the public. The court hearings are being held behind “double-locked” doors.
Scholarly immigrants creatively combine fashion and chemistry studies. DW.com.
I guess all that scholarly teaching and research does have some value. The lessons are spreading far and wide. Maybe we need more of this in Proposition America, the molten pot. BOOM! Like that…