The current assassination attempt to kill the Saudi Ambassador Adel al-Jubeir in Washington is highly comparable to the assassination plot for Tondar spokesman Jamshid Sharmahd in 2010.
In Sharmahd’s recent interview on WTOP Radio, JJ Green explains how in both cases foreign terrorist organizations like the Islamic Republic of Iran or Iran’s Quds force hire American residents for their spying or killing plots on US soil.
While their access to willing participants is concerning, the key problem with hiring a laymen is that their unprofessional work and failure make it easier for the US law enforcement to trace their work back to the terrorist recruiters who hired them.
Read more about JJ Greens stand on these assassination plots on the WTOP article.
To read an in depth comparison of Jamshid Sharmahd’s case and Adel al-Jubeir’s case follow the link below to The Cutting Edge News website by STRATFOR analysts Scott Steward.