1 August, 2006

Mel Gibson Arrested on Terrorism Charges

Posted by alex in Alex Linder at 6:28 am | Permanent Link

Mel Gibson arrested again.

Actor, director and producer Mel Gibson’s Mugshot.

The famous Australian-American actor, director and producer has been arrested at his residence today on terrorism charges. The details are still coming in at this time.

The charges come two days after his run in with Southern California law enforcement. In the previous incident Gibson reportedly failed a breath test. He was charged on suspicion of driving under the influence and freed on bail.

The charges come as little surprise after his anti-Semitic comments such as “Jews are responsible for all the wars in the world.” Using the U.S. Patriot Act the FBI had been following Mel Gibson’s illegal terrorist activities for months. According to sources in the Los Angeles Division of the FBI, Mel Gibson had been funneling money through Australia, where Gibson had lived for many years, into Lebanon and Palestine to help Muslim Extremists fight against Israel. Some of the money went to groups such as Hezbollah and Hamas, no word on if any had been funneled to Al-Qaeda.

When asked what set off the investigation J. Stephen Tidwell, Assistant Director In Charge of the FBI in Los Angeles, made no comment. Internal sources from the FBI says it started when one charity organization went under investigation and funds from Mel Gibson were listed along with other comments regarding him in a positive light.

This story is still being updated as more information becomes available. The FBI Los Angeles division office is releasing very little information at this time.


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  7. 52 Responses to “Mel Gibson Arrested on Terrorism Charges”

    1. SaneOne Says:

      I came upon this site quite by accident and was startled to find myself reading such hatred. To begin, I’m not Jewish, am in fact of Irish/Danish descent. I was raised in Germany, though I’m American. When I was a child, my mother took me to see Dachau outside Munchen. It made quite an impression, and I’m guessing that not one of you hate-spewing fools has ever been there. I don’t see how any human being could experience the numbing horror that place still holds and maintain your blind idiocy. I’m sorry your lives are so empty and pitiful that you have to hate so much to feel good about yourselves. The one thing that makes me feel better is that on the whole you’re not very bright. The same comments over and over about the story, though several people pointed out it was a hoax. Read before you post is one of the first rules of the internet.
      I will not be back here, EVER, thank all that’s holy, so feel free to post rude, inflammatory, untrue, small-minded crap about me all you like. I sincerely hope that someday some of you look back on your time on these sites with regret.

    2. Sehnsucht nach dem Reich Says:

      Insane one, you are a brainwashed lemming, reading the following should get your phoney Dachau experiences right.




      But I bet you are too lazy to read. Cheap moralizing in the footsteps of your lying teachers and pastors is much more easy.
      When you don´t come back you are great loss.