“Mohamed Abbas, a disabled U.S. Army veteran working at the Department of Defense’s Marine Department Maintenance Command Production Plant, was accused by a co-worker of threatening to blow up the base following the San Bernardino attack in December 9, 2015.
The following day, he reportedly went to work and was denied entry onto the base. He called his supervisor and discovered that he was placed on administrative leave and banned from the base after being falsely accused of making threats.
On December 10, his desk at work was raided by the Marine Corps Police Department and Bomb Squad.
The military’s Criminal Investigation Department conducted an investigation and determined the allegations were unfounded.”