Police: Fresno Shooter 'Wanted To Kill As Many White People As Possible,' 'Was Proud,' 'Laughed'Chris Menahan
Apr. 20, 2017
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According to Fresno police, black supremacist Kori Ali Muhammad wanted to "kill as many white males as possible" and did so without remorse because he believed "white people were responsible for keeping black people down."
From the AP:
FRESNO, Calif. (AP) -- The black gunman suspected of killing three white men in a racially motivated attack in Fresno was proud of what he had done and laughed many times as he explained his actions in interviews with police, authorities said Wednesday.
"That's what he set out to do that day. He said he did not like white men and said white people were responsible for keeping black people down," Dyer said.Why is this not terrorism?
28-year-old white supremacist James Jackson was charged with terrorism just last month for driving from Baltimore to New York specifically to kill a black man.
Muhammad killed two more people than Jackson and said he wanted others to continue bringing "destruction and wrath upon America." He even shouted "Allahu Akbar" during the shootings.
Police chief Dyer said Muhammad held black separatist views: "He said the originals, referring to non-white Hispanic, African-American, needed to have their own land with their own laws."
Dyer also said Muhammad claimed he murdered someone at age 12: "He bragged about how comfortable he was with firearms. He said he'd been carrying firearms since he was the age of 12. And in fact, when he was 12, he said that he ended up shooting an adult and was prosecuted as a juvenile for negligent discharge of a firearm."
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