Iranian Man Arrested For Threatening Explosion At Oklahoma City National Memorial

An Iranian man was arrested in Oklahoma City for allegedly telling his family that “many people were about to die in Oklahoma City.”

The 32-year-old was seen taking photos around the Oklahoma City National Memorial, the site of the 1995 Murrah Building bombing that killed 167 people.

He has reportedly told officials he had stopped taking his medication.  A search of the man’s home and his car turned up no explosive devices or compounds.

Amiremad Nayebyazd is now in custody.

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A man was arrested in Oklahoma City, on a complaint of threatening to kill by the use of explosive. Police said he was seen taking suspicious photos at the Oklahoma City National Memorial and that he called his sister in Iran to tell her that, “hundreds of people are going to die in Oklahoma City, and something very large is going to happen.”

Officials with the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s joint Terrorism Task Force contacted Oklahoma City police on Oct. 30, regarding a suspicious person taking photos at the Memorial. Officials said the person, later identified as Amiremad Nayebyazdi, had been seen taking photos of unusual angles and places at the Memorial on several occasions.

Security forces were able to get the suspect’s Oklahoma tag number when he came back to the memorial, and tracked it to Nayebyazdi. Nayebryzdi had been arrested before on suspicion of possession of a controlled dangerous substance, driving under the influence, and public intoxication, and he had been taken into protective custody in 2014 on an emergency order of detention for a mental health evaluation.

Police said Nayebryazdi has a degree in petroleum engineering and worked for an Oklahoma City oil company. More

“Nayebryzdi had been arrested before on suspicion of possession of a controlled dangerous substance, driving under the influence, and public intoxication, and he had been taken into protective custody in 2014 on an emergency order of detention for a mental health evaluation…” Yet he wasn’t sent packing back to his third world country because? 

“Mental health issues” is what Muslim behavior is called here in the USA but back in their own countries it is just normal, This country really needs to come to grips with this and stop with all the P.C. crap. 

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