Posted by | November 28, 2016 11:39 | Filed under: News Behaving Badly

An active shooter was on the Ohio State campus.

…the school sent a series of tweets telling students to shelter in place and to “Run Hide Fight.”

Two of those people are in stable condition, the department said. It had no information on the other five people.

Around 10 a.m., the university’s emergency management department tweeted “Buckeye Alert: Active Shooter on campus. Run Hide Fight. Watts Hall. 19th and College.” Watts Hall is a materials science and engineering building.

“Run, hide, fight” is standard protocol for active shooter situations. It means: Run, evacuate if possible; hide, get silently out of view; or fight, as a last resort, take action to disrupt or incapacitate the shooter if your life is in imminent danger.


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  • BigD

    So sad!

  • fahvel

    wasn’t it the us military the last time a shooting with deaths took place at this school?

    • oldfart

      (State) National Guard…not quite the same thing.
      …Except using the things that goes bang.

      • Larry Schmitt

        And it was Kent State, not Ohio State.

        • whatthe46

          everywhere i’m reading, it’s Ohio State.

          • Larry Schmitt

            I meant the one fahvel was asking about. Back in 1970.

            • oldfart

              I thought that was the one he was asking about.

            • whatthe46

              oh ok.

          • The old incident with the Nat’l Guard was Kent State (“Four dead in O-hi-o” song). Ohio State is the current violence incident.

        • oldfart


    • trees

      Ok, here’s a brain burner for you….

      Did the founders of this country, did the framers of the constitution….

      A) Intend for you to be defenselessly massacred by armed government forces for the act of expressing yourselves via the first amendment during a lawful assembly in protest of that government.

      B) Intend for you to be able to arm and defend yourselves against armed government forces who are intent on depriving you of your lives, and liberty, while you’re exercising your first amendment rights during a lawful assembly

      The key to understanding the second amendment, is to understand the first amendment.

      And what was required to obtain it.

  • William
    • Second Amendment doesn’t do anything to protect ownership of cars and/or machetes — just guns. Thankfully, as the only ones present were used by police to put an end to this.

      • Bunya

        Cars and/or machetes weren’t designed to kill. If you are using these things to murder someone, you’re not using the devices for which they were intended. If you are, your drivers license needs to be revoked.

        • The point was the irrelevancy of the cartoon to the situation at hand, which as it turned out, was not a gun situation at all.

      • William

        From the article. “Ohio State shooting sends 9 to hospital”…and “Around 10 a.m., the university’s emergency management department tweeted “Buckeye Alert: Active Shooter on campus”.

        • And the article is wrong. That’s the point.

        • trees

          Here, I know reading compression is a little tough for you, but let’s see if we can digest the headline.

          “Ohio State shooting”

          This means that there was a “shooting” at Ohio State.

          “sends 9 to hospital”

          This means that 9 of something went to the hospital…

          Ok, so we know from the headline that a, what, occurred?


          The headline stated “a shooting”

          And that the shooting sent 9 to the hospital.

          So the shooting sent 9 of something to the hospital.

          Ok, now for the fun part. You’re going to have to concentrate, but I know you can do this…

          Is the headline….

          A) Accurate and factual

          B) Inaccurate and misleading

          C) None of the above.

          • William

            I know admitting your favorite fair and balanced “news” outlet has a 27 percent accuracy rating is not one of your strong points, but ask yourself anyway. Where would anyone get the idea that there was a shooting at Ohio state? Get someone to read the caption for you.

            Your move moron.


            • trees

              Myself, I was pointing out the inaccuracy.


              You got caught “jumping the gun”.

              But, instead of admitting that you got caught in a zealous moment…

              You chose instead to blame one news outlet in particular.

              That says a lot about your character.

              • whatthe46

                are you stupid. wait never mind. you are.

              • William

                I didn’t jump the gun you idiot. Your “fair and balanced” fake news source did. You would have thought they might have gotten better after they sh*t-canned their sex offender, but no. BTW what is it with you right wing wackos and your love for sex offenders anyway? “Character”, LOL. You’re in love with a sex offender who feels up his daughter in public, brags about molesting women, paying no taxes and cheating people. Character. LOL. What a joke.

            • Oh my! “The shooter is dead”-FNC & a 2nd media outlet is now reporting.

      • anothertoothpick

        If you own a car, you need to have liability insurance.

        That is what we need gun owners to have.

  • Got one word that needs amending in the headline, Alan.

  • anothertoothpick
  • trees


    Seems the shooter was a cop.

    Wow, did he shoot an innocent minority?


    While we don’t know much about the knife wielding attacker who also used a motor vehicle to commit mayhem…

    One thing we do know is Liberaland couldn’t wait for actual facts before running with the headline…

    Ohio State shooting sends 7 to hospital

    Cause we all know how important it is to get rid of that second amendment thingy.

    • anothertoothpick

      Here is what we do know.

      First of all you are an ASSHOLE!

      Second of all nobody wants to
      “get rid of the that second amendment thingy”

      • trees

        You might want to think about that.

        There are people posting here who want to dissolve the second amendment

        • anothertoothpick

          So are you saying that If you join a “well regulated militia” the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.


          • trees

            The founders intended for the people, meaning all of it’s citizens, to have the right to bear arms.


            As a safeguard against tyranny.

            • anothertoothpick

              yeah but it also says something about

              regulated militia. Which does not include everybody.

              Only those that are in a “well regulated militia”

              • It does not say “the right of the members of a well regulated militia” shall not be infringed. But nice try. Protip: Sentence diagramming.

                • anothertoothpick

                  Would you consider Adam Lanza part of the “well regulated militia”??

                  What about James Homes, Jared Lounger Robert Stewart or Cho Swing Hui?

                  All part of the well regulated militia are they?

                  • . <— the point

                    () <– Your head.

                    Not to scale.

                    • anothertoothpick

                      No argument then?

                      Just some lame brained bullshit?

                    • Yes, that’s apparently all you’ve offered.
                      FYI: People have the right’s guaranteed them in the Constitution. People can also be DENIED those rights once they have proven themselves undeserving of them. Unless you have a working Minority Report that you’re willing to live under yourself, a person can own a gun until they prove they shouldn’t have one. Sucks, but that’s freedom for you.

                    • anothertoothpick

                      First of all the 2nd amendment says absolutely nothing about individual ownership of guns..

                      And second of all a vast majority of society says crazy people should not have guns.

                    • trees

                      the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.

                      Here, we’ll read it together…

                      “The right of the people”

                      This means all of the people, it’s an all inclusive term.

                      “shall not”

                      That’s an absolute. It’s a very powerful legal term.

                      “be infringed”.

                      past tense: infringed; past participle: infringed
                      actively break the terms of (a law, agreement, etc.).
                      “making an unauthorized copy would infringe copyright”
                      synonyms: contravene, violate, transgress, break, breach; More
                      act so as to limit or undermine (something); encroach on.
                      “his legal rights were being infringed”
                      synonyms: restrict, limit, curb, check, encroach on; undermine, erode, diminish, weaken, impair, damage, compromise
                      “the surveillance infringed on his rights”

                      The second amendment imparts as absolute, the rights of the people, (the whole), to possess guns.

                    • anothertoothpick2

                      Maybe we should read the entire amendment “together”

                    • Red Mann

                      And generally by the time they’re shown undeserving people have died. Are people how leave loaded, unsecured weapons laying around for little children to kill with deserving of ownership?

                • bpollen

                  OK. Let us look at the sentence. “The right of the people” section of it is a clause dependent on “A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State” part. Ergo, the very premise on which the latter clause rests is no longer extant. As in “if premise, then conclusion.” An example – Overdosing on opiates, being life-threatening, swift injection of Narcan shall be appropriate. Then change the initial premise – Anaphilactic shock, being life-threatening, swift injection of Narcan shall be appropriate. Changing the original premise but keeping the same conclusion would be what is called “contraindicated.”

            • arc99

              Justice Scalia himself noted that the intent of the founders is irrelevant. What matters are the words they wrote in the Constitution.

              The phrase “well regulated” definitely appears in the 2nd amendment.

              Nothing in the 2nd amendment refers to safeguards against tyranny.

              Funny how those who would preach about strict construction and rail against judicial activism are the first ones to inject their personal opinions into the interpretation of the US Constitution, using justifications that appear nowhere in the Constitution.

              The Voting Rights Act suffered a similar fate, being struck down based on criteria which appear nowhere in the 15th amendment which was the Constitutional justification for the VRA.

              Here is a link to the speech by the late Justice Scalia. Regardless of what the founders intent was for the first amendment, 2nd amendment or any part of the Bill of Rights, the bottom line is that “well regulated” is written in the 2nd amendment. Protection against tyranny is not


              Associate Justice Antonin Scalia presented the foregoing statement as a speech at the Catholic University of America on October 18, 1996.
              You will never hear me refer to original intent, because I am first of all a textualist, and secondly an original- ist. If you are a textualist, you don’t care about the intent, and I don’t care if the Framers of the U.S. Constitution had some secret meaning in mind when they adopted its words. I take the words as they were promulgated to the people of the United States, and what is the fairly understood meaning of those words.

              • trees

                Justice Scalia himself noted that the intent of the founders is irrelevant. What matters are the words they wrote in the Constitution.

                The author’s intent is exactly what matters. Interpretation is to understand what the author is conveying via the written word. In translating a document, or interpreting, the goal is to understand what the author is saying…..

                Nothing in the 2nd amendment refers to safeguards against tyranny.

                The only way to reach this conclusion is to view the document in a vacuum. The only way to understand what the people who wrote the document intended, is to incorporate the history of the events that led to the documents writing with the words of the document itself.

                Funny how those who would preach about strict construction and rail against judicial activism are the first ones to inject their personal opinions into the interpretation of the US Constitution, using justifications that appear nowhere in the Constitution.

                Sir, respectfully…

                You are the one attempting to do this.

                Regardless of what the founders intent was for the first amendment, 2nd amendment or any part of the Bill of Rights, the bottom line is that “well regulated” is written in the 2nd amendment. Protection against tyranny is not

                R J Carter explains the meaning of “well regulated” extremely well.

                As to Scalia, and what he’s saying…

                He’s talking about the amendment process. That would be the process whereby the article is further refined to reflect the will of the people in accordance with the culture and in agreement with popular sentiment.

                You seek to amend the constitution. I get that, but if you think the second amendment was originally written to mean only law enforcement, or only the governing authorities, or only the military, or even meant a blending of all of these in the abstract and embodied in the term, “well regulated militia”…

                Well, you’re simply wrong.

                There is no getting around….

                “The rights of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed”

                You will have to suppress and deny a sacred right. The right to self protection.

                Now, maybe I’m wrong, but I think you once told me that you’re a gun owner.

                Do you really think that you should be deprived of this right?

                I don’t.

            • anothertoothpick

              In a democracy guns will never be a “safeguard against tyranny”

              If you are pointing a gun at someone.

              You are the tyrant.

            • Sy Colepath

              “As a safeguard against tyranny.”

              Yeah, from England, dumbass.

            • anothertoothpick

              So why didn’t the founders just say “the right to own guns shall not be infringed”?

              But they didn’t say that did they?

              • They also never foresaw the Internet or high-speed printing. Ergo, the first amendment doesn’t apply to such things and only protects pamphlets produced from a hand-crank.

                • arc99

                  So why is it that conservatives ridicule Justice Ginsberg among others, who see the US Constitution as a living document that must evolve as society evolves?

                  • Because it’s not. My comment was facetious. The right of a free ‘press’ is all encompassing, as is the right to bear ‘arms.’

                    • arc99

                      I agree that the first amendment protects hand printed pamphlets produced in 1799 as well as the latest blog at

                      Certainly the founders never envisioned the press would include individuals publishing editorials in the comfort of their living rooms, with the ability to reach a global audience.

                      I am also pretty sure that when drafting Article 1 Section 8 to empower the federal government to regulate commerce, the founders never envisioned a government agency to approve the design and manufacturing techniques of private sector commercial transportation vehicles. So is the FAA unconstitutional?

                      The press of 1799 and the press of 2016 are two very different things. So if the meaning of the press “evolves” to mean not just pamphlets and newspapers printed on paper, and the meaning of commerce evolves to mean machines that fly through the air, then why is the same not also true of “well regulated”?

                    • It’s the placement of the phrase, not the meaning of it. The inherent expansion applied to ‘press’ and ‘commerce,’ to preserve parallelism, would be applied to ‘people’ and ‘arms’, not the prepositional clause.

                    • arc99

                      You are certainly entitled to your opinion, and I have mine.

                      My opinion is that just as the definition of commerce now includes machines that fly through the air, it is not unreasonable to conclude that well regulated now includes background checks and magazine capacity laws. Magazines did not exist until almost 100 years after the Constitution was ratified.

                      But since neither your opinion nor mine is written in the Constitution, I guess we will have to leave it to the lawyers.

                • anothertoothpick


            • i.e. — to form a militia when needed. “OMG, Tyranny has struck! We need a militia? Who owns a weapon?” “We do!” “Good, you’re in!”

              • Hirightnow

                So, WHO regulates these militia?
                If it’s some anonymous citizen, then throw out the rest of the Constitution, because you’ve just stated that anarchy is the rule of the day; someone’s militia may see Trump as a despot who should hang for crimes.
                If some government-regulated entity, please state WHICH government (fed or state) is in charge.
                Once more, R.J.: “WELL REGULATED”
                Ball’s over the net.

                • The problem with the point of view you’ve adopted is that you see a need for an outside source to do the regulating; understandable in this day and age of government ‘regulations’ where the two words have become conjoined to the point of being inseparable.

                  From “The phrase “well-regulated” was in common use long before 1789,
                  and remained so for a century thereafter. It referred to the property of
                  something being in proper working order. Something that was well-regulated was
                  calibrated correctly, functioning as expected. Establishing government oversight
                  of the people’s arms was not only not the intent in using the phrase in the 2nd
                  amendment, it was precisely to render the government powerless to do so that the
                  founders wrote it.”


                  • Hirightnow

                    (returns before the hop) You evade the question; What is to keep “Liberal Larry” and his anti-Trump pals from committing murder in the name of patriotism, unanimity, and love of the Republic?
                    You’ve merely said that anyone who can march in step is qualified.
                    (High lob…waiting for the return you cannot help but give)

                    • “What is to keep “Liberal Larry” and his anti-Trump pals from committing
                      murder in the name of patriotism, unanimity, and love of the Republic?”

                      Nothing. The Constitution allows for it, and the Founding Fathers call for it.

                      But they’d better win.

                    • Hirightnow

                      At least your honest.

                    • Thanks! For the record, I’ve found your opinions to be straight-shooting as well, even if I disagree with them.

                      Yes, Warren’s name will always be on the byline (much like Franklin W. Dixon on the Hardy Boys), as it’s his baby. He passed just over a year ago, sadly, before I got a chance to actually meet with him. Working on the next Destroyer book now, and I’ve been using the first 75 or so as a template (you know, the “good stuff” :) ).

                    • Hirightnow

                      Yeah, they did kinda go south for a while. Well, good luck with it, and don’t forget: unusually thick wrists.

                    • And don’t bend the elbow.

                  • Hirightnow
              • Red Mann

                And in modern times, where is this “tyranny” supposed to originate? Of course with a theo-fascist government in the offing, your government tyranny fantasy might materialize.

            • Red Mann

              No, it was to ensure a militia could quickly be raised to fend of attacks on the government and that the militia would be armed and trained with firearms. In the days with no standing army and no police force it made sense. The concept had noting to do with any tyranny by the government, that is a right wing fairy story.
              The ammosexuals have perverted the 2nd to justify owning weapons of mass destruction. e have over 30,000 people a year killed by guns, many of them children, yet the right paints any attempts to reduce the slaughter as “THEY”RE COMING FOR OUR GUNS< THEY"RE COMING FOR OUR GUNS!".

            • ANNG14

              Nope, the tyranny protection is a myth propagated by the NRA.
              The Second Amendment to the United States Constitution states: “A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State.”
              There was no standing army at the time the Constitution was written.
              Attempts to overthrow the US government is considered treason by law.

          • Lyndia

            Bunya, we both live in the Midwest, I have owned a gun for years. I had to use it once because a fool had broken into my house, WHILE I WAS THERE. Well, I am not going to go any further, but I do believe in RESPONSIBLE gun ownership. I have CC now. It is better to be SAFE, than sorry.

            • ANNG14

              Glad you were protected. That being said, you or someone in your family are far more likely to be injured or killed by your own gun than for that gun to protect you. Was your intruder armed?

        • Bunya

          I, for one, am one of them. Killing devices should be outlawed by all except for the police and the military. Unfortunately, the 2nd amendment exists for people like you who need to prove their manliness by owning a penis extension.

      • Hirightnow

        What have I told you about insulting the mentally ill, toothpick?

    • Headline updated count, but doesn’t update method (after having been informed of the mistake hours ago).

    • Oh my! “The shooter is dead”-FNC & a 2nd media outlet is now reporting.
      “I know admitting your favorite fair and balanced “news” outlet has a 27 percent accuracy rating is…” — William

    • bpollen

      We DO, do we? Please, a proffer of proof for your claim about what “we all” know? See, I can either think that you deal in facts and data and truth, or I can think that you are talking out of your ass. Your support to back up all of your statements about “we” and “liberals” and “one thing WE know is Liberaland…” will determine which.

      Put up or show yourself to be one who has to take off his pants to be heard.

    • ANNG14

      How many people across the US were killed by guns that day?
      “That second amendment thingy” sure gets a lot of innocent people killed.

    • ANNG14

      On an average day in America, 91 people are killed by gun violence.
      WOW, Guns bring so much joy and safety.

  • amongoose

    You may want to wait on blaming the NRA, or the gun on this one.
    He drove a car into people then came out with a machete.

    The hacker (local reports do not mention a gun) Ali Mohammed, a Somali.

    Audio of police scanner, @ 6:05

    • trees

      Oh boy, now you’ve done it…

      You ID’ the perpetrator

      Liberal heads exploding in 3, 2, 1…

      • Hirightnow

        Why would liberal heads explode? Liberals embrace the truth.
        See my replies to Deplorable for some of our favorite RW murderers;it shows the truth that all RWers are murderous psychopaths.

        • ANNG14

          Not all, but murderous psychopaths are definitely not liberal.

      • ANNG14

        The record for domestic terrorism is Timothy McVeigh an anti-government white supremacist responsible for the Oklahoma City bombing.

        The attack killed 168 people and injured over 600.

        You won’t hear about that from a conservative.

  • Deplorable E Neuman

    poison Skittle

  • robert

    Not too smart considering who’s in charge in DC right now. I’m not optimistic or pessimistic about the outcome but our new gov isn’t so understanding

    Just saying…

  • Deplorable E Neuman
  • Foundryman

    The perp had no gun, just a machete, the perp is the only one dead, go figure. Somehow, the right wing lunatic fringe seems to be missing that fact.

    • Hirightnow


  • amongoose

    Report by NBC identifies attacker.

    Law enforcement officials told NBC News the suspect’s name is Abdul Razaq Ali Artan, an 18-year-old student at the university. He was a Somali refugee who left his homeland with his family in 2007, lived in Pakistan and then came to the United States in 2014 as a legal permanent resident of the United States, officials said.

    • Hirightnow

      What of the THOUSANDS of refugees who do NOT commit crimes?
      Do we blame the person, or the religion? Or the nationality?

      Or are you a racist?
      (See my replies to Deplorable E Neuman before you answer…)

    • ANNG14

      The record for domestic terrorism is Timothy McVeigh an anti-government white
      supremacist responsible for the Oklahoma City bombing. The attack killed 168 people and injured over 600.

      • amongoose

        That’s 30 years old, here are a few of islams recent actions.
        Explain to me how these actions, and their words are not hate.
        Do a little research into Wahabism.

        Here is a partial list, including some “honor killings”. Yeah it’s cut and paste, don’t have time to type it out.
        Sept. 11, 2001 – Nineteen al-Qaida terrorists hijacked four American passenger planes in a coordinated attack on U.S. soil.
        Feb. 16, 2002 – Muslim snipers Lee Boyd Malvo and John Allen Muhammad kill Keenya Cook in Tacoma, Washington. The snipers would kill 21 more people in a crime wave that stretched from coast to coast.
        March 19, 2002 – Jerry Ray Taylor, 60, is shot by snipers Lee Boyd Malvo and John Allen Muhammad at a Tucson, Arizona, golf course.
        Sept. 5, 2002 – Paul J. LaRuffa, 55, is shot and wounded by snipers Lee Boyd Malvo and John Allen Muhammad in Clinton, Maryland, in the parking lot of his restaurant.
        Sept. 14, 2002 – Muslim snipers Lee Boyd Malvo and John Allen Muhammad wound Rupinder “Benny” Oberoi, 22, outside a liquor store in Silver Spring, Maryland.
        Sept. 15, 2002 – Snipers Lee Boyd Malvo and John Allen Muhammad would Muhammad Rashid, 32, outside a liquor store in Brandywine, Maryland.
        Sept. 21, 2002 – Snipers Lee Boyd Malvo and John Allen Muhammad kill Million A. Woldemariam, 41, outside an Atlanta, Georgia, liquor store. Snipers also kill Claudine Lee Parker, 52, outside a liquor store in Montgomery, Alabama. The snipers shot Kellie Adams, 24, in the neck as she approached a liquor store in Montgomery, Alabama, where she worked.
        Sept. 23, 2002 – Snipers kill Hong Im Ballenger, 45, outside a beauty store in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. They also kill James D. Martin, 55, outside a supermarket in Wheaton, Louisiana.
        Oct. 3, 2002 – Snipers kill James L “Sonny” Buchanan, 39, while he mows a lawn near a car dealership in White Flint, Maryland. Premkumar A. Walekar, 54, is murdered while he pumps gas at a station in Aspen Hill, Maryland. The snipers kill Sarah Ramos, 34, as she sat outside a shopping center in Silver Spring, Maryland. They also murder Lori Lewis Rivera, 25, while she vacuums her car at a Shell gas station in Kensington, Maryland. While she attempts to cross a street in Northwest Washington, Pascal Charlot, 72, is shot and killed by the snipers.
        Oct. 4, 2002 – Snipers wound Caroline Seawell, 43, as loads her car with her purchases in a Fredericksburg, Virginia, store parking lot.
        Oct. 7, 2002 – Snipers wound 13-year-old Iran Brown outside a Nejamin Tasker Middle School in Bowie, Maryland.
        Oct. 9, 2002 – Snipers kill Vietnam veteran Dean H. Meyers, 53, while he pumps gas in Manassas, Virginia.
        Oct. 11, 2002 – Snipers kill Kenneth H. Bridges, 53, as he pumped gas at a station near Massaponax, Virginia.
        Oct. 14, 2002 – Snipers kill Linda Franklin, 47, in a Home Depot parking lot in Falls Church, Virginia.
        Oct. 19, 2002 – Snipers wound Jeffrey Hopper, 37, while he walks with his wife in a restaurant parking lot in Ashland, Virginia.
        Oct. 22, 2002 – Snipers kill Conrad E. Johnson, 35, a bus driver standing in the doorway of his bus in Aspen Hill, Maryland.
        Aug., 6, 2003 – The Muslim son of a Saudi millionaire, Mohammed Ali Alayed, 23, slashes the throat of an estranged Jewish friend, Ariel Sellouk, killing and nearly decapitating the man in Houston, Texas.
        April 15, 2004 – Fearing that his brother had molested his wife and daughter, Muslim man Ismail Peltek killed his wife by bludgeoning her on the head with a hammer and attacked his 22- and 4-year-old daughters with a knife. Peltek, 41, told investigators, “I was afraid that my family’s honor was taken.” He said he attacked his 4-year-old because he worried that she had been “sullied” by a gynecological exam, according to the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, which reported that both daughters suffered fractured skulls. Investigators asked him, “if you had the opportunity to kill the family again, would you?” Peltek replied, “My female family, yes. My male family, no.”
        January 2005 – Somali immigrant Mustafa Mohamed, 30, slashes and injures six people at a retirement home in Alexandria, Virginia. One resident required 200 stitches. Another suffered a broken neck. A judge rules Mohamed is not guilty by reason of insanity.
        March 3, 2006 – Mohammed Reza Taheri-azar, an Iranian-American seeking to “avenge the deaths of Muslims worldwide” and “punish” the U.S. government, intentionally runs down and injures nine people with his sport utility vehicle on the campus of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He pleaded guilty to nine counts of attempted first-degree murder and was sentenced to 33 years in prison.
        June 16, 2006 – A 62-year-old Jewish man, Paul Schrum, who had gone to the movies to see “X-Men: The Last Stand” in a heavily Jewish area near Baltimore, Maryland, is shot by Muslim gunman Mujtaba Rabbani Jabbar, 24. Jabbar shot Schrum three times in the upper body, walked into the lobby, placed his gun on a counter and waited for police.
        June 25, 2006 – Michael Julius Ford, a 22-year-old convert to Islam, uses a long-barrel handgun to shoot four co-workers and a police officer at a Denver, Colorado, Safeway, claiming the attack was “Allah’s choice.” One person died in the shooting spree. When Ford fired at police, he was shot and killed.
        July 28, 2006 – Muslim Pakistani man Naveed Afzal Haq shot six women, killing one, at the Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle building in Seattle, Washington. Haq grabbed a 14-year-old girl and used her as a hostage during the attack. Officials classified the attack as a “hate crime” rather than terrorism.
        Jan. 1, 2008 – (HONOR KILLING) Egyptian-born cab driver Yaser Said shoots and kills his two daughters in Irving, Texas, because they were dating non-Muslim boys. The daughters had run away from home a week earlier, fearing their father would kill them.

        July 6, 2008 – (HONOR KILLING) Muslim Pakistani man Chaudry Rashid, 56, strangled his 25-year-old daughter in Jonesboro, Georgia, after she said she wanted out of an arranged marriage. Police said the daughter, Sandela Kanwal, had argued with her father about the arrangement of her marriage to a man in Chicago. An officer explained, “At some point during the altercation, he ended up killing his daughter.”

        Feb. 12, 2009 –(HONOR KILLING) Pakistani-American Muzzammil Syed Hassan was the CEO of the first American Muslim TV network broadcast in English, Bridge TV. Hassan beheaded his estranged wife, Aasiya Zubair, after she filed for divorce. Her body was found at the TV station. When he was arrested, he said he “felt an incredible amount of relief” after he killed the woman.

        April 12, 2009 – Upon learning that they had patronized a strip club, a Muslim man shoots and kills his brother-in-law and another man in Phoenix, Arizona.

        June 1, 2009 – In a drive-by shooting, Abdulhakim Mujahid Muhammad – a convert to Islam who had traveled to Yemen and was deported to the U.S. for overstaying his visa – opened fire on U.S. soldiers standing in front of a Little Rock, Arkansas, recruiting office. Muhammad killed one private and injured another. When he was arrested Muhammad explained that he had planned to kill as many soldiers as possible and was given the assignment by Al-Qaeda in the Arab Peninsula.

        November 2009 –(HONOR KILLING) Iraq-born Muslim man Faleh Hassan Almaleki, 48, intentionally hit his daughter with his car and killed her because she had become “too Westernized.” He also attacked the mother of the girl’s boyfriend. Police said, “It occurred because [of] her not following traditional family values. He felt she was becoming too westernized, and he didn’t like that.” His daughter had backed out of an arranged marriage.

        Nov. 5, 2009 – Muslim gunman Nidal Malik Hassan, an Army psychiatrist, fatally shoots 13 people and wounds 30 others at Fort Hood, Texas.

        Dec. 4, 2009 – A Muslim graduate student from Saudi Arabia, Abdulsalam S. al-Zahrani, stabbed his non-Muslim Islamic studies professor, Richard T. Antoun, to death to avenge “persecuted” Muslims. One of his roommates said, “He was all the time shouting in Arabic, shouting threats, insulting his country for no reason.”

        April 14, 2010 – A Muslim convert, James A. Larry, 33, became angry that his family would not convert to Islam and shot his mother, pregnant wife, infant son and two nieces in Marquette Park, Illinois. He pleaded guilty to multiple counts of murder, attempted murder and the intentional homicide of an unborn child. “He was upset at his wife and their family — he felt disrespected that they would not join his religion,” Assistant State’s Attorney Jim McKay said. “It didn’t matter if they were young or old, pregnant or not. He wanted them dead.” Larry also shot his 13-year-old nephew in the face, but the boy survived. When the man was arrested, he told officers Allah told him to kill his family, according to court records. According to a police report, he said, “I wish I had more bullets. I wish I had more bullets.”

        April 30, 2011 – (HONOR KILLING) Rahim Abdul Alfetlawi, 46, shot his step-daughter in the head at point-blank range in Warren, Michigan, after she refused to strictly adhere to Muslim customs. The family claimed the motive was not religion.

        Sept. 11, 2011 – Three Jewish men are discovered in Waltham, Massachusetts, with their throats slit from ear to ear and nearly decapitated. Authorities believed the murders were not random, and thousands of dollars in cash and marijuana were left at the scene. According to reports, authorities believe Boston Marathon bombers Tamerlan Tsarnaev and his younger brother, both Muslims, may have been responsible for the triple homicide.

        Jan. 15, 2012 – (HONOR KILLING) A Jordanian Muslim man, Ali Mahwood-Awad Irsan, 57, gunned down Iranian medical student, Gelareh Bagherzadeh, a friend of his daughter and a Christian convert who widely denounced Islam. He later killed his Christian son-in-law after his daughter married him without permission. Assistant Harris County District Attorney Tammy Thomas told a district judge, “He said, ‘I killed that b–ch, and you’re next. No one insults my honor as a Muslim and gets away with it.’”

        Feb. 7, 2013 – Yusuf Ibrahim, 28, shot two Coptic Christians to death and beheaded them in Buena Vista, New Jersey. He also removed their hands before burying their bodies in the backyard of an abandoned house. Quran 8:12 states, “When thy Lord was revealing to the angels, ‘I am with you; so confirm the believers. I shall cast into the unbelievers’ hearts terror; so smite above the necks, and smite every finger of them!”

        March 31, 2013 – Reshad Riddle walked into an Ashtabula, Ohio, church and fatally shot his father after an Easter service. After the shooting, witnesses say, walked through the church holding the gun and shouted that the slaughter was “the will of Allah. This is the will of God.”

        April 15, 2013 – Muslim Chechen brothers Dzhokhar Tsarnaev and Tamerlan Tsarnaev detonate two pressure cooker bombs during the Boston Marathon, killing three people and injuring an estimated 264 others. After the bombing, they killed an MIT policeman, stole an SUV and exchanged gunfire with police. Tamerlan was shot and his brother drove over him with the stolen SUV. Tamerlan was pronounced dead at the scene. After a manhunt, police found Dzhokhar hiding in a boat in a man’s backyard. Dzokhar has been sentenced to death.

        Aug. 4, 2013 – A Muslim convert, Daymond Agnew, 34, went to an Ace Hardware store on a “mission from Allah to help people” before he fatally stabbed employee Daniel Joseph Stone 17 times.

        March 6, 2014 – (HONOR KILLING) Registered sex offender James Cosby, 46, is accused of bludgeoning his lesbian daughter to death and shooting her lover in Port Bolivar, Texas. Police believe he then dumped the bodies near a ferry gate. In his bedroom, Cosby had the Quran open to a page that says homosexuality is a sin, family advocate Quanell X told KHOU-TV. “It’s quite unfortunate but he had a real, real warped understanding, in my opinion, of the religion of Islam and its position on the gay lifestyle and what one should do,” Quanell X said.

        April 27, 2014 – A 30-year-old Muslim man, Ali Muhammad Brown, is accused of shooting to death two men in Seattle and a man in New Jersey. According to local reports, he told police the killings were “vengeance” for U.S. actions in the Mideast. According to court documents, he said they were “just kills” and that he was “just doing my small part” as a self-styled jihadist.

        Sept. 25, 2014 – Alton Nolen is accused of beheading a woman in Moore, Oklahoma. Co-workers reported that Nolen had been trying to convert them to Islam. Nolen reportedly used “some Arabic terms” during his attack and had an interest in beheadings. Nolen told a judge, “I’m Muslim. My question is, do you have any Muslims that can represent me as a Muslim?”

        May 3, 2015 – In Garland, Texas, Pamela Geller, along with her group the American Freedom Defense Initiative, hosted a “Draw Muhammad” event. Elton Simpson and Nadir Soofi of Phoenix responded to a call to “avenge the prophet” and traveled to Garland, where they were shot and killed by a security guard after opening fire in an apparent attempt to get into the building. The guard was wounded in the attack. Islamic radicals have since called for Geller’s head, and vow to kill anyone who “blasphemes” Muhammad.

        July 16, 2015 – Four U.S. Marines have been shot dead in an attack, reportedly by a lone Islamic gunman, on U.S. Navy facilities in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Chattanooga Mayor Andy Berke said five people died in all, including the gunman. Two law enforcement sources told CBS News that the shooting suspect was identified as Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez, 24. Abdulazeez was born in Kuwait and emigrated to the U.S. where he reportedly became a naturalized U.S. citizen.

        The FBI is investigating two crime scenes, a Navy recruiting center at a strip mall where the first shots were fired, and a Navy reserve center about 7 miles away. More than 100 rounds were reportedly fired in a shootout with police at the recruitment center parking lot. The shooter then drove to the Navy reserve center and started shooting Marines, four of whom were killed.
        The four Marines who were fatally shot reportedly were attacked at the Navy Reserve Center on Amnicola Highway. A police officer at the first location was injured and was being treated at a local hospital for a gunshot wound to the ankle.
        Little Rock, Arkansas, June 1, 2009. Abdulhakim Mujahid Muhammad shot and murdered one soldier, Army Pvt. William Andrew Long, and injured another, Pvt. Quinton Ezeagwula, at a military recruiting station in Little Rock. Muhammad reportedly converted to Islam in college and was on the FBI’s radar after being arrested in Yemen–a hotbed of radical Islamic terrorism–for using a Somali passport, even though he was a U.S. citizen. In a note to an Arkansas judge, Muhammad claimed to be a member of al-Qaeda in the Arab Peninsula, the terror group’s Yemen chapter.
        Boston, Massachusetts, April 15, 2013. Tamerlan and Dhozkar Tsarnaev set off two bombs at the 2013 Boston marathon, killing three and injuring over 260 people. The Tsarnaev brothers later shot and murdered Massachusetts Institute of Technology police officer Sean Collier. Queens, New York, October 23, 2014. Zale Thompson, another self-radicalized Muslim, injured two police officers with a hatchet before being shot dead by other cops. Thompson reportedly indoctrinated himself with ISIS, al-Qaeda and al-Shabab–a Somali jihadist terror group–websites and was a lone wolf attacker.
        Brooklyn, New York, December 20, 2014. Ismaayil Brinsley shot and murdered two police officers execution-style and his Facebook page featured jihadist postings and had ties to a terror-linked mosque.
        San Bernardino, California, December 14, 2015. Two radical Islamists, Syed Farook and Tashfeen Malik, shot and murdered 14 people and injured 22 others at an office holiday party.
        remember Orlando Fl.? 51 dead.

        And the list could go on, and on, and on.
        Read their scriptures, the hadith’s, and listen to a few of their sermons.
        This is an Imam in Tennessee.
        @ 1:13
        Listen to what they say to each other.

        • ANNG14

          The worst act of domestic terrorism was by far McVeigh.
          And not that it matters, 1995 was not 30 years ago..
          Twist in the wind.

  • ANNG14

    The record for domestic terrorism is Timothy McVeigh an anti-government white
    supremacist responsible for the Oklahoma City bombing.
    The attack killed 168 people and injured over 600.
    You won’t hear about that from a RWer.