Police Find Materials to Make a Bomb in Middle Easterners Car – Lets Them Walk – VIDEO

There have been many times where law enforcement officers look back and wish they had done things differently. This could be one of those times. The police find materials to make a bomb in a car that was driven by two Middle Eastern brothers. What do they do? They let them off with a slap on the wrist.

There are growing concerns about the arrest of two brothers with ties to the Middle East who authorities say had an arsenal with bomb-making materials, guns and ammunition in their car.

Twenty-seven-year-old Abdullah Alrifahe and 26-year-old Majid Alrifahe were arrested on May 11 in North Minneapolis.

Inside the brother’s car, police found a loaded AK-47, another rifle, a handgun, a grenade, large amounts of ammunition, and what would later be identified as bomb-making materials, including a drone.

Watch the video.

This is freaking insane. But it gets worse. Check this out.

Abdullah Alrifahe had recently been released from jail after serving time for a weapons conviction. He is now facing a single felony weapons charge. His brother, Majid, has been released from jail and is facing low-level misdemeanor charges, including disorderly conduct.

This guy is clearly on the path to destruction. He has done jail time. Now he’s free and once again hoarding weapons. He doesn’t have any plans for any destruction, he just likes to have a collection of weapons at home.

This is disturbing and something needs to be done. These police officers need to be held accountable. You can’t simply let these guys with a criminal record get chance after chance.

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