TOLD YOU SO: Fort Lauderdale Airport Shooter Esteban Santiago Said he Killed Random People for ISIS During Today’s Bond Hearing

Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Accused Florida airport shooter Esteban Santiago told investigators that he spoke with ISIS terrorists in “jihadi chat rooms” and carried out the deadly Jan. 6 attack on behalf of ISIS, authorities said Tuesday during a bond hearing. Santiago, 26, practiced firing his semiautomatic handgun at a range in Alaska during the months before he allegedly killed five people and wounded six others at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, FBI agents testified, according to The Orlando Sentinel. “At various points…he said he carried out the attack because of government mind control,” prosecutor Ricardo Del Toro said.

“But he later said he did so because of [ISIS]…after participating in jihadi chat roms.” He was on no psychiatric drugs, FBI agents said, only taking anti-anxiety medication and an herbal supplement to aid with sleep. Santiago has not been formally charged, but is due back in court Jan. 30 2017.

Thursday, June 30, 2016, CIA Director Warns ISIS Style Terror Attack At US Airports Like At Turkish Airport Already in Planning Stage as Terrorism Expert Bill Warner Talks About Lack of Security at TIA.  CIA Director John Brennan, one day after the deadly terror strike on the Turkish airport, warned that the Islamic hate group was likely plotting the same type of carnage for American soil. The trio of bombers, each wrapped in a suicide vest, arrived at the airport via taxi before starting their choreographed destruction. Though initially stymied by airport security, they wasted little time before unleashing the attack intended to inflict maximum bloodshed. 

 “When the terrorists couldn’t pass the regular security system, when they couldn’t pass the scanners, police and security controls, they returned and took their weapons out of their suitcases and opened fire at random,” said Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim. The first bomber walked inside the international arrivals terminal, started blasting away with an assault rifle and then detonated his vest, Turkish officials said. The second bomber bolted inside through the ensuing chaos, ran upstairs and set off his bomb. The third terrorist waited outside, detonating his explosives as terrified people ran for safety — only to find more death.

 June 30 2016, TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – The terrorist attack at Istanbul Atatürk Airport has officials across the United States on alert. Airport officials are worried about other terrorists and copycats. News Channel 8 talked with a terrorism expert about Tampa International Airport. We walked through the airport with the expert. Sarasota private investigator Bill Warner said once you’re past the TSA security checkpoint, you’re good to go. However, he said, the airport is extremely vulnerable before that point. His concern starts at the curb. “There’s no security here to stop and search cars,” Warner explained. “That’s not how it is.” He also pointed to the crowded shops and stores. There’s a black hole the airport has to fill, Bill Warner said.


“If they get this far … it’s a big problem,” he warned. Bill Warner showed News Channel 8 the strengths and weaknesses of the airport’s security. Bill Warner said Tampa International may be more vulnerable than other airports. “I would say from my point of view, yeah … You have multiple entrances on both sides of the building, vulnerable to a car bomb outside, vulnerable to a terrorist attack in the doorways,” he said. With that said, there are safeguards in place. “The dog walking around here with the police officer, the armed police officer, that’s great,” Bill Warner said. “Checking out bags, checking out garbage bags. That’s what needs to be done.” 

Most travelers News Channel 8 spoke with said they feel safe. “I think if it’s your turn, it’s your turn,” Mark Sheffer, of Tampa, said while waiting for a friend to arrive from London. “You can’t really question and live your life in fear.” Yvonne Armstrong was traveling home to New York. She echoed a similar sentiment. “You can’t go around being afraid,” Armstrong said. “You just have to live your life. You can’t just worry about constantly being attacked.” Bill Warner believes people are becoming very complacent even though an attack, he says, is definitely possible (it happened at Fort Lauderdale airport). He believes people should be worried, especially with the military’s presence in the Tampa Bay area. “MacDill Air Force Base, CENTCOM (U.S. Central Command), is the one who operates all the drones in the Middle East taking out ISIS soldiers,” Warner added. “So as far as payback, yeah. We’re probably at the top of their list.” read more at http://wfla.com/2016/06/29/terrorism-expert-talks-about-security-at-tampa-international-airport/

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