Skip to comments.Reservist Charged in ’10 Building Shootings [Yonathan Melaku]
Posted on 06/24/2011 3:55:57 PM PDT by La Enchiladita
WASHINGTON The Marine Corps reservist arrested in Arlington National Cemetery last week with suspicious materials in his backpack was charged Thursday with firing shots last year at five military buildings in the Washington area, including the Pentagon.
...The late-night shots fired at the Pentagon, the National Museum of the Marine Corps and military recruiting offices last October and November were intended to shut down the buildings, the Justice Department said Thursday. No one was wounded in the shootings, which caused $100,000 in damage.
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But he "acted alone."
Why is continually referred to as a “Marine reservist”? It’s almost never mentioned that he’s a muslim from ethiopia. That seems to be the motivation thing for him,,,,
if he is got to be thought of as a marine, why is he not “marine traitor”?
Sudden Jihad syndrome?
As expected, the NY Times makes no mention of Islam or Muslim. Evidently the whole thing is a complete mystery, and they simply cannot imagine why he would do this.
And don’t forget, the spin on Nadal — the Fort Hood mass murderer — was that he acted out of frustration with military life. Not because he is jihadi. It’s obvious to you and me who and what these jihadis are, but officially -— in this great land of ours -— the truth does not exist during the Ubama regime.
Any other questions??
It is just too bizarre, Muslim is the proper identifier, the proper label, the most relevant in every way, and it is the identifier that the news audience needs to see, and in almost every single case, is looking for.
The media typically omits such information that is factual, but the media perceives as counter to their propaganda role, offensive to some, or politically incorrect.
But they will always editorialize and add that the individual is an angry racist if he is a white Christian, US citizen, heterosexual if they can fit it in the story line.