Monday, June 01, 2009

Surprise, Surprise...

In Arkansas, a gunman opens fire at two young soldiers standing outside a military recruiting center. Both are soldiers wounded; tragically, one dies. And what of the shooter?

The gunman, identified by the police as Abdulhakim Mujahid Muhammad of Little Rock, fled the scene and was arrested minutes later a short distance from the recruiting station, in a bustling suburban shopping center. The police confiscated a Russian-made SKS semiautomatic rifle, a .22-caliber rifle and a handgun from his black pickup truck.

Anyone surprised? But Mr. Muhammed wasn't always called by that name.

In a lengthy interview with the police, Mr. Muhammad said he was angry about the killing of Muslims in Iraq and Afghanistan, Chief Thomas said. Previously known as Carlos Bledsoe, Mr. Muhammad told investigators that he had converted to Islam as a teenager, Chief Thomas said.

By all means, let's permit Muslims to recruit freely in our prisons, schools and communities, and immigrate to this country by the tens of thousands. Because that could never lead to anything bad happening...


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