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About Dr. Paul L. Williams, PhD
Dr. Paul L. Williams, PhD, is an American author, journalist and consultant on radical Islam and counterterrorism. He is also an adjunct professor of humanities. He is the author of six books, including The Day of Islam: The Annihilation of America and the Western World, in which he expands on the American Hiroshima scenario he believes to be imminent, in which simultaneous nuclear attacks on 7 to 10 American cities would create havoc in American society. Prior to this, he served for seven years as a consultant to the FBI about terrorist and mafia criminal organizations.

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Dr. Paul L. Williams, PhD
Virginia Muslim Paramilitary Compound Escapes Fed Scrutiny
April 5, 2010

While nine members of a Christian militia in Michigan have been arrested on charges of seditious conspiracy, the federal government, under Attorney General Eric Holder, has opted to turn a blind-eye to the Muslim militias that Jamaat ul-Fuqra, a group led by Sheik Mubarek Gilani of Pakistan, has been established throughout the country.

One of the most troublesome of Muslim militias is headquartered in a paramilitary compound on the outskirts of Red House, Virginia.

Prior to 9/11, the Red House compound was under federal surveillance for stockpiling weapons. In 2003, Vincente Pierre, the leader of the compound, his wife Tracy Upshur, and Abdullah Ben Benu were arrested for illegal arms purchases.

After 9/11, the Beltway snipers John Allen Muhammed and Lee Malvo reportedly holed up the Red House complex between their terror attacks.

Virginia law enforcement officers have reported that the residents of the compound remain in a state of flux – - here one day and gone the next. This observation has led them to speculate that the shacks and trailers throughout the compound serve as safe houses for Islamic terrorists.

Investigators from The Last Crusade paid a visit to the compound and amassed the following information:

1) The complex, like Islamberg, contains an underground bunker system that could be used for paramilitary training and possibly to harbor deadly weapons, even radiological and nuclear devises, for use in the great jihad against Christians and Jews. Twenty-four members of this Jamaat ul-Fuqra complex already have been arrested for trafficking in illegal firearms, including the ammunition for AK-47s.

2) Members of the compound have been sent to Pakistan and Afghanistan for specialized training in guerilla warfare – a fact confirmed by Thomas P. Gallagher, a Special Agent for the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms.

3) The Red House compound regularly receives visits from suspicious guests from Egypt, Yemen, Saudi Arabia, and Pakistan.

4) Gunfire from automatic weapons can be heard coming from the site. Wasi, the so-called "Mayor” of the settlement, admitted to Fox News that there are shooting ranges within the compound and that the residents are armed. "It’s America. It’s perfectly legal,” he said. When question about the guns at Red House, Thomas Jones, Sheriff of Charlotte County, said: "Well if they use them to hunt, I don’t know. But they’ve admitted they use them for target practicing. And they are semi-automatic.”

5) With so many Muslims coming and going from the compound, law enforcement officials are not sure who is living in the compound and who is training on the firing range. Since ul-Fuqra has been actively engaged in recruiting prisoners, many residents may be ex felons, who are prohibited by law from possessing firearms and from associating with other ex-convicts. "They stay awhile,” says Sheriff Jones, "and it’s kind of a wayside for some of them. Traveling through from, I guess, one Muslim compound to another.”

Members of the Red House compound were recently involved in a $7 million fraud scheme. Under the name of "Talib’s Sportswear,” they sold counterfeit-label clothing to retail merchants throughout the country. The probe into the Talib firm led the arrests of Ronald Gerald "Talib” Roundtree and his wives Berna Robbin, Terri Lynn Singleton, and Keisha Janelle Simms, who reside on "Fatima Lane” in Red House.

Also taken into custody was William Statts, a board member of the Muslims of the First State, Inc., a newly created non-profit organization that Jamaat ul-Fuqra associates established in Delaware. Statts has a long criminal history, including arrests and convictions for felony thefts, possession of illegal firearms, drug trafficking, and fraud. Also collared were Ismail Haqq, Cherubin Pierre, and Eric Harmon of Meherrin, Virginia.

The arrests brought to light several developments that had taken place under the radar of local law enforcement and press officials. The members of Red House are not only engaged in criminal activity but also the practice of polygamy. The addresses of Talib’s wives provided evidence that a host of other compounds have been established in the wilds of southern Virginia.

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