Father Of French Train Terrorist Blames Sons Actions On EU For Not Finding His Son A Job
It seems that Mohamed Khazzani, 64, the father of would-be terrorist Ayoub El Khazzani has been watching a little too many State Department interviews, especially from spokeswoman Marie Harf, who actually spoke on the record recently, citing a lack of job opportunities as root causes for terrorism.
However the blame game didn’t stop there, telling reporters that his terrorist son was a”good boy” who was misled by European officials who sold him empty promises.
He added: ‘There was no work for him here and it’s the only reason he went to France. ‘You should ask them why they’re doing that to young people, selling them empty promises and then dumping them on the street.”
“Astoundingly”, right before our eyes this terrorist suddenly becomes the victim, as his lawyer begins to paint a picture of a sad and confused young man, saying that the gunman appeared ‘very, very thin and very haggard’ when she met with him at a police station in Arras, northern France.
The defense strategy seems all but certain and all that’s needed for this ridicules black comedy, is perhaps having Marie Harf of the State Department as a defense witness and her impassioned comments that the U.S. should work with other countries to "help improve their governance" and "help them build their economies so they can have job opportunities for these people."