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Toledoans Recall Dealings With Terrorists

(Toledo, OH) The news that three local men were indicted on terrorism charges has brought quite a few Toledoans out to tell of chance meetings with the accused terrorists.

A fast food worker talked about her experiences with alleged terror suspect Mohammad Zaki Amawi.

"I took that guy's order about two weeks ago, and I knew right then that something was wrong with him," said Sandy Llewllyn, a McDonald's cashier. "I'll never forget what he said to me when I handed him his food: 'Thank you.' Omigod! NOBODY says 'thank you' these days, which goes to show you how sick these terrorists are."

A local auto mechanic expressed "shock and awe" when he heard that one of his customers - Marwan Othman El Hindi - may have been involved in the terror plot.

"That guy has been coming here for two years getting his oil changed, and the last time he was here he told me not to worry about the change," said Mark Martinez of the $.02 coming back from a $20. "I mean, come on - Arabs are cheap, right? I figure the only reason this guy didn't want his pennies back was because he knew he was about to blow himself up in a suicide mission."

Martinez said that he hoped justice would prevail.

"They need to round up a couple hundred more of these shifty bastards, if you ask me," he said. "Better to be safe than sorry - stick 'em all in a camp someplace, is what I say."
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