Here's a story about a guy who looks kind of like an Arab terrorist, but probably isn't. His name is Rondell Henry, which is a black name, although not as black as some:
by WJLA StaffMonday, April 8th 2019
GREENBELT, Md. (WJLA) — Federal authorities have charged a man they believe was plotting to ram a stolen truck into pedestrians in an ISIS-inspired attack at National Harbor.
The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Maryland on Monday charged Rondell Henry, 28, of Germantown, Maryland, by criminal complaint with interstate transportation of a stolen vehicle.
The government filed a motion arguing for Henry to be detained pending trial as a flight risk and a danger to the community.
The government’s detention memo alleges that Henry, who claimed to be inspired by the ISIS terrorist organization, stole a U-Haul van with the intention of using it as a weapon against pedestrians on sidewalks within the National Harbor complex along the Potomac River in Maryland, just outside of Washington, D.C.
According to the detention memo, for two years, Henry has harbored “hatred” for those who do not practice the Muslim faith. Allegedly inspired by videos he watched of foreign terrorists, Henry decided to conduct a vehicular attack, similar to the 2016 truck attack in Nice, France, for which ISIS claimed responsibility.
After stealing the van, Henry drove around, arriving at Dulles International Airport in Virginia at approximately 5 a.m. on March 27. The government’s motion for detention alleges that Henry exited his U-Haul and entered the terminal, trying to find a way through security, allegedly to harm “disbelievers” in a way designed for maximum publicity. After more than two hours of failing to breach Dulles’s security perimeter, Henry allegedly returned to the U-Haul.
According to the motion for detention, Henry then drove the U-Haul from Virginia to National Harbor, arriving around 10 a.m. March 27. The motion for detention alleges that Henry parked the U-Haul and walked around a popular part of National Harbor. According to the motion for detention, Henry finally broke into a boat to hide overnight.
By the following morning, on March 28, police officers had discovered the location of the stolen U-Haul. When Henry leapt over the security fence from the boat dock, observant Prince George’s County Police officers arrested him.
Montgomery County Police reported March 27 that Henry had been missing since his co-workers saw him leaving his place of employment in Germantown around noon March 26. The police department then followed with an update the following day saying he was located "safe and unharmed" on the same day he was arrested by Prince George's County Police.
Police said both they and family were "concerned for Henry’s physical and emotional welfare."
It seems like American cops are paying attention, in spite of a campaign to stop them Noticing. It's also worth mentionaing that many black Muslims hate America enough to become terrorists (Washington Snipers, et cetera) the press is always insistent that we Notice white terrorists. See The Terrorists Among Us| Forget Syria |The most dangerous religious extremists are migrants from North and South Carolina, by William Saletan, Slate, November 30, 2015.
They are equally insistent that we not Notice black terrorists. I think of cop killers Ismaaiyl Brinsley and Micah X. Johnson as "Black Lives Matter Gunmen", but the FBI prefers the term Black Identity Extremists. When this was announced, the New York Times was, as Steve Sailer noted, "spitting mad."
The F.B.I.’s Black Phantom Menace
Andrew Rosenthal OCT. 19, 2017
When most Americans think of domestic terrorism, they probably think about the Oklahoma City bomber, white supremacists who wallow in Nazi nostalgia, racists who spray gunfire in black churches and lone-wolf psychopaths like the one who murdered at least 59 people in Las Vegas on Oct. 1.
Actually, my first thought is generally a Muslim immigrant. That's why I was surprised to find that Rondell Henry might be, as I said, an actual Maryland man.
Not the Federal Bureau of Investigation. It’s thinking outside that narrow box.
In a report that was never supposed to be made public, but was on Oct. 6 by foreignpolicy.org, the F.B.I.’s Counterterrorism Division has concluded that there is a real threat from the “black identity extremist” movement.
It said “Black Identity Extremist (BIE) perceptions of police brutality against African Americans” has been responsible for “an increase in premeditated, retaliatory lethal violence against law enforcement and will very likely serve as justification for such violence” in the future.
Wait, what exactly is black identity extremism? The answer is: nothing.
Tell that to all the dead cops.