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Police arrest Libyan man for Seattle gay nightclub arson fire

This is Stage 3 violent jihad of the three stages of jihad.


(SEATTLE, WA)  —  Police made an arrest Saturday morning of a 30-year-old man who is a suspect in the arson fire at the crowded Neighbours nightclub in Seattle on January 1st.

“Seattle Police arrested the 30-year-old man near Seattle as he was enroute to the airport,” said Detective Mark Jamieson in a statement.

“Detectives from our Arson/Bomb Squad, working along with members of the Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF), have been investigating this case since the early morning hours of January 1st,” added Jamieson who also said detectives thank the public for all the tips they have received on the “person of interest” in the case.

It was not disclosed where the man was heading on that airline trip he never made or how authorities knew the suspect would be enroute to the Sea-Tac airport.

Following his arrest, the suspect was interviewed by detectives and later booked into the King County Jail for Investigation of Arson.

While Seattle Police did not identify the man who they arrested by name, local print and broadcast reports identified the man as Musab Mohamed Masmari who, according to a Facebook page calls Benghazi, Libya his hometown.

That Facebook page contains photos which could be described as odd in some contexts as well as some hard to understand, short cryptic comments such as, “Arabic English dictionary. The word is defective!” Those seven words are attached to a photo of a book opened to reveal some writing.

There is also a picture of what appears to be a patch on the arm of a jacket or a shirt that reads “Military Police” and above the photo are the words, ” Being part of something you don’t like.”

Beyond the cryptic comments and photos of things like insects, food jars and a man diving into water, very little is revealed about the man behind the page other than that he is interested in women.

A report in late January by KING-TV in Seattle said a man seen in some grainy black and white images inside the at Neighbour’s nightclub in Seattle the night an arsonist set a fire with hundreds of people inside, was identified by nightclub officials as Mr. Masmari.

The report says Masmari has been arrested four times since May and that in the past he had been arrested for things like for assault and property destruction.

The KING-TV report also the man was recognized in those  grainy photos as Masmari because  he had “run-ins at other businesses on Capitol Hill.”

In January detectives in the Seattle Police Department’s Arson/Bomb Squad requested the public’s help in identifying the man in the black and white photos.

The fire was set just after midnight on January 1st, 2014 inside Neighbours Nightclub in the 1500 Block of Broadway street by someone who poured gasoline on a carpeted stairway leading to the second level of a bar and ignited it.


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