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Posted at 12:07 PM ET, 11/15/2010

FBI offers reward for tips on Pentagon sniper

By Jeff Stein

The FBI posted a $20,000 reward Monday for tips on whomever has been shooting at the Pentagon and other military targets in the Washington, DC. area.

"We are following every lead that comes in and continue to call for the assistance of the public in helping us identify the person or persons responsible," John G. Perren, Acting Assistant Director in Charge of the FBI's Washington Field Office said in an announcement. "We are confident that someone out there has additional information that will be helpful to this investigation."

There have been five incidents, beginning with shots fired on the Pentagon on the night of Oct. 16-17. Over the next two weeks, shots were also fired on the Marine Corps museum near Quantico and recruiting offices of the Marine Corps and Coast Guard, respectively, in suburban Virginia.

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By Jeff Stein  | November 15, 2010; 12:07 PM ET
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I hope they find the person. When they are finished with that, I hope the FBI will follow through on prosecuting people who waste taxpayers money, and play games with state and local governments, by making False Reports of Terrorism for personal gain.
A 44 year old African-American man from the Petworth area of Washington D.C., has refused to work for the last 20 years, has no traceable income or investments, drives Volvos, Cadillac’s, and now a Landrover has deliberately made false reports of Terrorism and Terrorist Activities for personal and financial gain. If you have a co-worker, ex-spouse or boyfriend, relative, difficult neighbor, employer or someone st your kids school, this man will send a state issued photo identification of them, fake legal documents, a slanderous letter, and make false reports of terrorism and money laundering against them to various state and federal agencies including the IRS. He will help you get revenge for a fee. He used this tactic against some relatives and former church members, while trying to help his mother, gain an advantage in a civil case. His mother lost the case. Federal time and resources were used, to satisfy an individual’s thirst for revenge and personal gain. The next time you hear about an airport shut down, or terrorist hoax, the FBI should investigate this man.
D.C.Case#2009CA005781. the plaintiff’ lost her case, her son is the man committing this crime.

Posted by: cogic4902 | November 16, 2010 5:04 AM | Report abuse

Wow, $20,000.00 whole dollars! Please.

Posted by: Special_One40 | November 17, 2010 12:16 PM | Report abuse

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