Federal authorities have identified a person of interest in Saturday night's Times Square bomb attempt -- a naturalized American citizen who was in Pakistan for several months and returned to the United States recently, investigative sources told Fox News.If this information is correct, that blows a big hole through the "right-wing teabagger" accusation that networks like MSNBC (Moonbats Spouting Nothing But Crap) were trying to push.
The latest developments seem to support investigators' suspicions that there was a foreign connection behind the failed car bomb attempt in New York City, senior Obama administration officials told Fox News, shedding light on the growing body of evidence.
Sources say that evidence includes international phone calls made by the person of interest, who has not been identified publicly.
CBS, via Ace of Spades, says:
Sources tell CBS News the last registered owner of the 1993 Nissan Pathfinder - found in Times Square Saturday night - told authorities he recently sold the vehicle to a "Middle Eastern" or "Hispanic" looking man for $1,300 cash in $100 bills on Craigslist.NY Daily News says the suspect hasn't been seen by his girlfriend or shown up for work since Saturday.
...The vehicle identification number on the Pathfinder had been removed from the dashboard, but it was stamped on the engine and axle. Its license plates came from a car found in a Connecticut repair shop.