Times Square Bomber's Awkward Video

Failed Times Square Bomber Faisal Shahzad may have not been able to properly complete his plot to blow up a busy New York City street but he cut a suicide video just in case. In a new recording, Shahzad is seen holding an AK-47 and wearing the clothes of an Afghan fighter. Filmed before the May 1 attempt, Shahzad said, "I will carry this attack on their behalf, and I hope it will please Muslims." He called the attack revenge for "for all the mujahideen" or holy warriors. "Eight years have passed since the war in Afghanistan. You will see that the Muslims' war has just started, and we will tell you how Islam will spread all over the world," Shahzad said. Last month, he pleaded guilty in court.