A Somali Woman in North Dakota has been charged with terrorist threats, but she claims she’s the victim because of her race and religion:

 “I feel like I’m a Muslim woman who’s being attacked because I am a Muslim woman living in Grand Forks. I turned myself in because I know I didn’t commit the crime. I’m innocent and I know I can prove it.”

“I’ve already been convicted in public. They already see me as the guilty Muslim terrorist that needs to be sent back to her country, that doesn’t belong here,”

As it turns out, the woman has been repeatedly charged with crimes in several different states. She was also previously arrested for her connection to a nationwide case of human sex trafficking (see below) of young girls. She has been charged in a string of incidents in Iowa, North Dakota, and Minnesota. The previous charges include third-degree assault, giving a false name to a police officer and violating a disorderly conduct restraining order.

Valley News reports:

Hawo Osman Ahmed (26) is charged with a Class C felony of Terrorizing stemming from an incident last November when she confronted three women from her Grand Forks apartment complex with a knife and threatened one of the victims with slicing her neck.

According to a Grand Forks Police Department affidavit filed in the case, Ahmed threatened three of her neighbors during the November 29th incident, saying, “I’m going to bust all your tires on your car and windows,” “Come over here I’m going to cut you,” and “I’m going to slice your neck,” all while holding a knife.

According to the Grand Forks Police Department, one of the victims feared for her life because Ahmed is known to climb onto balconies at her apartment complex. WHAAAAT?

The woman was interviewed by local news and proclaimed she’s the victim:

Why is this woman NOT being sent back to Somalia? She’s a repeat offender of violent threats against people and was involved in a HUGE sex trafficking case with Somali gangs in 2010:

FBI report:

 The indictment alleges that between 2000 and 2010, members and associates of the gangs transported underage Somali and African-American females from the Minneapolis area to Nashville for the purpose of having the females engage in sex acts for money and other items of value. The indictment alleges the females being used by the defendants for the sex trafficking included some who were 13 years of age and younger. The indictment also alleges the sexual assault of an 18-year-old female. The sex trafficking offenses carry a penalty of not less than 15 years to life in prison.

Is this woman an asset to America and its citizens?

 


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