Skip to comments.Horrific Video Shows Driver Plowing Into Crowd On Venice Beach Boardwalk (Graphic)
Posted on 08/04/2013 7:30:11 AM PDT by jimbo123
A dark colored sedan can be seen pulling up to the scene in this security footage. The driver appeared to speak with pedestrians strolling to the boardwalk.
The driver then exited the car to survey the scene, gets back into the vehicle and sped off toward the boardwalk.
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Was wondering that.
“Witnesses described the driver as a white man in his mid-20s with sandy blond hair, and the detained suspect fit that description, said Los Angeles Police Lieutenant Andy Neiman.”
“White Muslim,” then.
Automobile instant Jihad syndrome.
White Muslim, then.
Just an evil creature, whatever he is.
Sudden Jihad anyone?
I didn’t look sandy blonde to me.
Looks like one of the Tsarnaev brothers to me.
Suspect Named: Nathan Louis Campbell. No motive given.
Doesn’t to me either, but that’s what the witnesses apparently said. And his hair color doesn’t eliminate him from being muslim. But it’s not what people would describe as “looking muslim”.
He turned himself in to police within an hour of the crime, so who knows what his story is.
Thanks for the ID
I have to ask the obvious. Are opportunistic scum like Mark Kelly, Feinstein, and the little fascist Bloomberg going to have something to say about car’s used in this apparent mass homicide attempt. If they’re consistent, it’s the tool the killer used that need’s focus not the person.
And who could forget all the tragic accidental deaths?
And the children? Won’t someone PLEASE think about the children?!
Nathan Campbell.....somebody call Al Sharpton!
Too bad Chuck Norris wasn’t there:
LOL! I remember seeing that in the theater back then.
I highly doubt he is the Tsarnaev FReepers want him to be.
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