Thursday, February 6, 2014

Saamer Akhshabi Burned on 90% of Body After Molotov Cocktail Blows - GA Tech PhD Student

Saamer Akhshabi arrived in the U.S. with an undergraduate degree from the University of Tehran in Iran. He is currently a PhD student at Georgia Tech in Atlanta, but Saamer is not in the classroom today, rather he is in Grady Memorial Hospital with third-degree burns over 90 percent of his body. Akhshabi’s apartment allegedly was home to numerous homemade incendiary devices, otherwise known as bombs, one of which is believed to have blown up before he could get them to their intended targets. Bombs apparently don’t bother him, but Saamer thinks Obama’s gun control restrictions and ObamaCare are just swell. FLASHBACK: Remember that Bill Ayers “lover,” Diana Oughton, was killed along with two others, when a nail bomb exploded as it was being assembled? That bomb was to be used at a dance at Fort Dix Army base. If you think Bill Ayers and Diana Oughton are not relevant to this story, I disagree. Ayers is one more connection to Barack Obama, who has meddled with U.S. entry procedures until we have few avenues to protect ourselves from jihadists like Akshabi. What, you say? Maybe he’s not a jihadist? Right. Perhaps the molotov cocktails were computer science research.

Saamer Akhshabi

Akhshabi’s profile at Georgia Tech say “I spent four wonderful years at University of Tehran completing my B.Sc. in computer engineering.” He was interested in “Internet evolution,” and is due to graduate in May 2014. Look at his collaboration with computer giant Cisco Systems.
I was an intern at Cisco, boxborough during summer 2011, working with Dave Oran and the ipvs team on design and evaluation of adaptive bitrate (ABR) systems. Our goal was to build a test bed and a set of tools to study commercial or experimental ABR technologies in the future.I have been working with Prof. Soojin Yi from the school of biology at GaTech since Spring 2011. Our goals in an ongoing project are to understand the emergence of the developmental hourglass and discover the similarities and differences between the evolutionary principles underlying biological development and engineered systems such as the Internet protocol stack.I have been collaborating with Cisco Systems, working with Ali C. Begen on “Adaptive Video Streaming over HTTP” since Summer 2010.

A suspected Molotov cocktail and several plastic bottles filled with gasoline and kerosene were found in the Midtown apartment of a Georgia Tech graduate student severely burned, police said Wednesday…
In addition to what police described as a Molotov cocktail — a container filled with flammable material, and often topped with a make-shift fuse — police said several gasoline- or kerosene-filled bottles were found in the apartment. 
Saamer Akhshabi’s Twitter stream is still up, showing his concern for women:
On Facebook, Saamer supports Obama's "common sense steps to "reduce gun violence," but gasoline bombs, not so much, I guess. Fox is reporting that Akhabab is from Turkey ,and refers to him a "victim." The Examiner also says he is a Turkish national. How and why was Saamer Akhshabi allowed entry into the U.S.? What kind of visa is this man here on?  This might be the answer.

Posted by Maggie @ Maggie's Notebook

1 comment:

ruffiansea said...

OMG, when does this stop? (Kel)