29 November 2005
In the Hinrichs files
Michelle Malkin has been sifting through the unsealed documents from the Joel Hinrichs case, and she didn't find much therein:
None of the hundreds of e-mails in Hinrichs' Yahoo.com account accessed by the FBI/JTTF are included in the release. Nor are the names or URLs of any of the websites he visited from his home computer or any of the nine campus computers searched by the FBI/JTTF. The last line of Hinrichs' suicide message is reported, but not the rest of the text document. So, was he simply a troubled soul, a freelance Islamist bent on mass murder at the OU football stadium, or something else? The unsealed papers neither prove nor disprove any of these theories.
I have serious doubts about "freelance Islamist," but I suspect "troubled soul" doesn't fully explain it either.
An FBI spokesman told Malkin that the investigation was not complete, but was nearly so.Posted at 5:48 PM to Soonerland
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