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Terrorists are always known to authorities in advance. Always.

– Perrin’s First Law of Terrorism.

Sayfullo Saipov, the POS enemy combatant and assault truck enthusiast, was of course vetted (ahem…) when he came crawling to America in 2010, with all that bike path driving diversity, under the failure that is our immigration law. First knowledge.

Then, as luck would have it, he was investigated by the [pick: incompetent or complicit] feds in 2015 – for terrorism of all things. Second knowledge.

Sayfullo Saipov, who has been charged with killing eight people in a vehicle attack on the West Side of Manhattan on Tuesday, was interviewed in 2015 by federal agents about possible ties to suspected terrorists but a case was never opened against him, law enforcement officials tell ABC News.

Sometimes they’re known twice.


Say-Full-o-Shit. St. Charles Co., MO./LA Times.

Okay … 2016 traffic arrest – known thrice…

One can’t really blame authorities. They were likely out looking for a real terrorist, like this FICTIONAL truck attacker: