Muslim Military Forces Training in Missouri
Local news media in Missouri may have let the cat out of the bag when they reported on the recent attempted abduction of a 12-year-old girl, by two men who were training at Fort Leonard Wood in Pulaski County. The two men, identified as Mohammed Mahmoud Omar Mefleh, 34, and Antoine Clela, 31; were attempting to persuade the girl into their vehicle when repeatedly stopping in front of her home where she was playing with another child. They are alleged to have been soliciting sexual favors from the child.
Mefleh and Clela have been charged with enticement of a child and harassment, and are currently being held at the Pulaski County Jail on $200,000 bond.
More interesting, is the KMOV St. Louis 4’s mention of their being :
The suspects are with a foreign military in a middle eastern country and are part of a training mission at Fort Leonard Wood, just a couple miles from where the attempted abduction took place.
“There is no diplomatic immunity, they are guests and if they were diplomats it would be different, but they’re here on a training mission so we treat them like any other citizen charged with a crime,” said Sheriff Ron Long with Pulaski County.
As military officials are refraining from comment at this time, Free Patriot did some checking. There are no joint training exercises mentioned for Fort Leonard at this time. While these practices are normal, many are mentioned in the news as a way to inform the American public of our ongoing cooperation with other nations for shared knowledge on defense strategy. The base is described as:
The U.S. Army CBRN (Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear) School trains Joint and International Service members; develops leaders; supports training in units, develops multi-service and Army doctrine; builds the future CBRN force; and is the Joint Combat Developer for the Joint Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear Defense Program. They also are responsible for conducting the Initial Entry training for Chemical enlisted soldiers, Basic CBRN Office course and the CBRN Captains Career Course and the specialty schools that are conducted at the newly constructed Terry Facility. In addition, the 3rd Chemical Brigade is responsible for all basic Combat Training for the schools on post.
While the public home page corresponds with International training, Middle Eastern forces have not been a common occurrence. With the recent month’s news of the high influx of Muslim Country’s citizens, news outlets are already speculating as to the nationality of the detainees; but their country of origin remains unknown at this time. The public’s fears are already on high with talk of Muslim Brotherhood infiltration into our military and Federal Government appointed positions.
OPSEC demands that many operations fly under the radar of the public view, but so far no plausible reasons for their non-disclosure have surfaced.