Big Chicago Mystery: What bar did Muslim Adel Daoud try to blow up downtown last week? UPDATED: Looks like it was Cal’s at 400 S. Wells near Sears Tower
MAJOR UPDATE — MYSTERY SOLVED — MEDIA STILL EMBARGOING THIS STORY:
Multiple sources are reporting the bar that Muslim Adel Daoud tried to blow up as Cal’s, at 400 S. Wells Street. This fits all the clues given in the criminal complaint filed against the Muslim would-be terrorist and mass murderer. Many thanks to all the Chicagoans who contacted us with first-hand ground reporting noting what they saw on Friday when the arrest went down.
You can view the bar via Google HERE. It is indeed “a liquor store…bar…and concert” as described by the Muslim to authorities when he was planning the attack. The front of Cal’s is a liquor store, with a bar in the back where bands sometimes play. It is described online as “the best scumbag bar in downtown Chicago”. It is indeed in the Loop, right under the train tracks and is VERY close to the Sears Tower (called Willis Tower now).
Reports are coming in from people who work in the Willis Tower who saw the commotion and even saw the Muslim’s Jeep parked out front, with tarps over it to preserve the evidence.
It seems Cal’s was indeed the bar he tried to blow up on Friday…though the corrupt media refuses to report this. A Muslim tries to murder mobs of people in Chicago and take out a bar in the heart of the city and the media here makes you have to investigate this story yourself to find out what happened since they won’t tell you because of political correctness and the fact that a Muslim trying to explode a car bomb in Chicago is a bad thing at election time for Barack Obama.
ORIGINAL STORY BELOW:
Last week, the FBI prevented an 18 year old Muslim named Adel Daoud from detonating a car bomb in front of a downtown Chicago bar. You can read the criminal complaint filed against him HERE. This was a sting operation where the Muslim was actually talking with federal informants and agents the entire time he believed he was acquiring real explosives; a similar operation stopped a group of Occupy Wall Street domestic terrorists from blowing up the bridges of Cleveland, Ohio when authorities posed as explosives-makers to bring down that Occupy cell. If you wonder why you have not heard any Democrats championing OWS in a while, it’s because of that…this near-miss in Cleveland ended the OWS movement, in retrospect.
The criminal complaint goes out of its way to keep the location of the bar Daoud tried to obliterate a secret, with no name, address, or other identifiers given.
Here in Chicago, the big mystery of the moment is WHAT BAR did the Muslim try to attack and how many people would have been killed?
I’m working with an investigative journalist friend to crack the clues in the criminal complaint to determine Adel Daoud’s intended target.
Here is the money quote from that document:
“It’s a bar, it’s a liquor store, it’s a concert. All in one bundle…” and the bar would be filled with the “evilest people … kuffars.”
A “kuffar” is a “non-believer”, but don’t Muslims consider anyone who does not submit to the militarized death cult of Islam a “non-believer”? So, that “kuffar” bit doesn’t narrow down the options.
To my knowledge, there are no bars in Chicago that are also “liquor stores” because my experience with liquor licenses here in Illinois indicates that sort of thing is not allowed. It doesn’t make any sense financially to have a bar/liquor store combo business either because bars up charge their drink prices way above what a bottle of the stuff would retail. It would be bizarre to have a six pack of beers for sale on one side of the room for one price…and then have the same beers sold at the bar on the other side of the room for much more individually. What would stop people from buying something at the “liquor store” side and then walking it over to the “bar side” to save some bucks. In this economy, people are doing all sorts of crazy things to save money.
I can think of an option, however, for the “it’s a bar…it’s a concert” part: The Baton Lounge…on 436 N. Clark downtown.
The Baton is a drag club, with shows running regularly for decades now. It’s a Chicago institution. It is NOT a liquor store though.
This is not a gay bar, per se, because it’s more like the drag clubs you see on TV and in movies from the 70s and 80s. The newer bars don’t look or feel anything like a Baton since drag is something that might happen sporadically at places like Hydrate, Scarlet, Circuit, or Charlie’s up in Boystown…but it’s not the main focus of those bars (hooking up is the focus in these places). The Baton is a cabaret and admission is charged to see the show. The focus is to watch the female impersonators, who try their best to look like Cher, Whitney, Barbra, Madonna, you name it. This is more like the Las Vegas “Legends in Concert” style show than the flamboyant, tiny-stage, once in a while shows at the gay bars in Boystown.
I can see a Muslim saying the Baton is both a “bar and a concert”.
I don’t know enough about Arabic to say whether “kuffars” ever refers to gays so I’m hoping some of you out there can clarify this.
The local media has an embargo on this entire story, much like it did when another terrorist tried to blow up Wrigley Field a year or so ago with a bomb that was to be put into a trash can. When I first moved here, there was also an incident where Muslims tried to blow up the Sears Tower too…and it was “nothing to see here, folks!” in the Chicago media about that.
I understand WHY they do this…because they are afraid of harming the bar’s business if it’s identified as a target. But, at the same time, don’t people going to that bar have a right to know that the place was targeted by Muslims to “punish kuffars!” here in Chicago? Wouldn’t YOU want to know if a place you frequent or work in was the place that would have been car-bombed if not for an FBI sting operation?
Can YOU think of any other place in Chicago’s downtown that would be “a bar…a liquor store…and a concert”?
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