After NYC Bomber’s Family Blames Americans , Cops Discover Their ‘Sick Secret’


    Akayed Ullah the infamous Bangladeshi pipe bomber who tried to blew himself during busy rush hours in New work , his family has now blamed Americans and American government for this suicide attempt carried by this Bangladeshi born migrant.

    But what came as a big surprise was that when police authorities along with other major law enforcement agencies raided Akayed Ullah’s house they were shocked to see this Sick Secret which now can lead to deportation of the whole family .

    According to MWN news the family of Akayed Ullah is upset but not at their loved one who tried to blow up Americans. They are blasting the cops who showed up to interrogate them, suggesting our law enforcement officials had no right to question them after a radicalised terrorist, who was out to blow-up Americans, was living in their home.

    NBC reports The family of Akayed Ullah claimed officers forced a 4-year-old girl in the cold and pulled another teenage relative from his high school class and interrogated him without a parent, guardian or attorney present.”

    The report adds, “In a statement read by Albert Fox Cahn, the legal director for the Council on American-Islamic Relations in New York, the family said it was ‘outraged by the behavior of law enforcement’ following the bombing.
    They are “outraged”? Well, their “outrage” exposed their sick secret to police, who quickly discovered the family not only harbored a terrorist but they also harbor anti-American sentiments inside their home. Akayed Ullah is not the only family member full of hate toward Americans inside that house. So, why are they living in America?

    “These are not the sorts of actions we expect from our justice system,” said Cahn. “We have every confidence that our justice system will find the truth behind this attack and that we will, in the end, be able to learn what occurred today

    NY Post reports The family continued to criticise the way the investigation was handled — even though the suspect, Akayed Ullah, allegedly launched a failed terror attack in a crowded city subway tunnel.”