Breitbart News is reporting that the Saudi National questioned after the Boston Marathon Bombing had his records altered, rescinding his deportation order.
Did Big Sis lie when she testified before Congress, last week? (Knock me over with a feather.)
Liz Sheld at Breitbart has the exclusive on this still developing story.
The alteration occurred the night before Secretary Napolitano vehemently denied the existence of any deportation order in testimony before the House of Representatives. Sources with knowledge of these matters says the change occurred subsequent to Secretary John Kerry’s closed door meeting on Tuesday with the Saudi Minister and around the time of the meeting between the Saudi Minister and Obama later on Wednesday evening.
The Saudi National has been identified as Abdulrahman Ali Al-Harbi. There is no evidence that Al-Harbi is connected to the Boston Marathon Bombings.
Steven Emerson announced on Wednesday night’s episode of Hannity that the Saudi National who was a person of interest and later cleared, was set to be deported.
Thursday, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano was questioned by Congressman Jeff Duncan about the alleged deportation in a House hearing. Napolitano responded “I am unaware of anyone who is being deported for national security concerns at all related to Boston. I don’t know where that rumor came from.”
Sheld reports that there is no evidence that the Saudi is linked to the bombing, but Jason Howerton’s source at The Blaze told him, last week, that the file in question stated that the individual is “linked to the Boston bombing” and was to be processed for revocation of his visa based on national security grounds.
And I reported on Friday, Glenn Beck has threatened to spill the beans on Al-Harbi on Monday if the Obama administration doesn’t come clean about what is going on with him. Beck said the individual is a “bad-bad-bad guy,” and claimed that six Congressmen have shared information about who he’s connected to, and how’s he’s connected to the bombing, and they want it to get out.
Monday is going to be an interesting day.