Here are still more of the acts of jihad in America that most Americans have no idea are happening. The fact that Ali Muhammad Brown is a jihadi is tossed off in this story, when if KING 5 News (and the mainstream media in general) were committed to informing Americans about the true nature and magnitude of the jihad threat, it would be in the headline and central to all the reporting on this case.
“Suspect in Seattle double murder linked to fourth homicide,” by, August 19, 2014 (thanks to David):
SEATTLE—The man suspected of killing two people in Seattle’s Central District and a young woman in New Jersey is now the prime suspect in a fourth homicide.Ali Muhammad Brown is currently in jail on $5 million bail for the alleged murder of a college student in late June.
Brown has already been charged with gunning down two men at 29th and King Street in Seattle’s Leschi neighborhood on June 1.
Sources say King County prosecutors are about to charge him with another homicide, the drive-by shooting of Leroy Henderson, who was killed walking in Seattle’s Skyway neighborhood on April 27. Brown was arrested July 18 at a homeless camp in New Jersey.
Multiple sources with knowledge of the investigation say Brown told police he carried out the murders because he was on a jihad to kill Americans.
Henderson’s father, also named Leroy, said his son had moved to Seattle from Gary, Indiana six months before his murder. He also indicated the King County Prosecutor’s Office called him earlier Tuesday and said charges were planned for the following day.
At the scene of Henderson’s murder, family members gathered to pay respects. Henderson’s mother was also a murder victim thirty years before his death, and her killer was not found for two decades.
“We waited twenty years to find our mother’s killer,” said Henderson’s sister Toninette Anderson, who lives in Skyway. “I kept on telling God, I don’t want to wait another 20 years.
“I don’t want to wait until I’m 57 to find out who killed my brother.”
After the Leschi area murders in June, police launched an extensive search for Brown, a transient and Level One sex offender known to frequent south King County.