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George W. Bush assassination plot involved smuggling assassins via Mexico

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An Iraqi man living in Ohio, Shihab Ahmed Shihab, plotted to smuggle ISIS sympathizers into the U.S. to assassinate former President George W. Bush.

Shihab believed Bush was responsible for killing Iraqis and destroying Iraq during the U.S. invasion.

He had previously aided al Qaeda in Iraq by running guns and smuggling car bombs.

Shihab’s plan involved two former Iraqi intelligence agents carrying out the attack, while he scoped out Bush’s Texas home.

Shihab met with an FBI informant, believing the person could help smuggle assassins across the border for thousands of dollars each.

In recorded conversations, Shihab admitted wanting to be involved in the attack.

In 2022, Shihab took video of Bush’s home which the informant convinced him not to share.

“President Bush has all the confidence in the world in the U.S. Secret Service and our law enforcement and intelligence communities,” Freddy Ford, Bush’s chief of staff, stated.

Shihab pleaded guilty to attempting to provide material support to terrorists and was sentenced to over 14 years in prison.

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