Fresno gunman who randomly killed 3 men screamed 'Allahu Akbar,' police sayWell, it was an anti-white hate crime, but probably not organized by forces outside the US. Instead, it was encouraged by forces inside the US—Black Muslims, Black Lives Matter, Eric Holder, Barack Obama, the press...all people who think that white racism is worse than black murder sprees.
By ABC7.com staff
Updated 37 mins ago
FRESNO, Calif. (KABC) — A gunman who walked through Fresno randomly shooting and killing three men screamed "Allahu Akbar" while being taken into custody, according to authorities.
Fresno Police Chief Jerry Dyer said 39-year-old Kori Ali Muhammad first opened fire on a passenger inside a PG&E truck in the 300 block of North Van Ness Boulevard at about 10:45 a.m.
The driver of the truck, who was not struck, drove the victim to the Fresno Police Department's headquarters in downtown Fresno and alerted officers. The victim later succumbed to his injuries.
Authorities said Muhammad walked westbound and encountered another man and opened fire on him. Officials said the shots missed.
He then walked to Fulton Street where he came across a man and opened fire, killing him, according to police.
Muhammad continued walking to Catholic Charities where he encountered a man in the parking lot and killed him, authorities said.
In all, Dyer said 16 shots were fired within one minute at four different locations.
Officers were able to find Muhammad and take him into custody. While Muhammad was being arrested, Dyer said he yelled out, "Allahu Akbar."
Muhammad was wanted in connection with a shooting death at a Motel 6 that occurred last week, according to police.
Muhammad, who police said has a prior criminal history, had previously posted to Facebook that he didn't like white people and expressed several anti-government sentiments, Dyer said.
All the victims, who were randomly targeted, were white, according to police. Officials were still working to identify the victims....
Muhammad will be booked for murder and attempted murder, authorities said. Dyer indicated it was "still too early" to know if the shootings were an act of terrorism. [More.]
I was surprised to see this frank and useful Tweet from the Associated Press—which even so, doesn't mention the race of the suspect.
This Tweet, from another AP account,in which "Allahu Akbar" is translated into "God Is Great" is more like the AP I know:
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Conclusion—this is not really a Muslim shooting, more like a "Disgruntled Minority Massacre." This guy is not really an Arab, he's a black American criminal.