Skip to comments.Gunman Who Took Hostages at Louisiana Bank Posted Chilling Facebook Messages
Posted on 10/05/2013 11:57:48 PM PDT by Cindy
"Gunman who took hostages at Louisiana bank posted chilling Facebook messages"
SNIPPET: "The gunman who took three hostages at a Louisiana bank Tuesday -- killing one of them before being shot and killed by police -- recently posted chilling messages on Facebook, including a cartoon strip about hostages. In a post on Sunday, 20-year-old Fuaed Abdo Ahmed displays a cartoon strip that focuses on an apparent hostage situation."
SNIPPET: "Ahmed's final post, made Tuesday just hours before the hostage standoff began, is of a photo of a man with a sword attacking a tank.Under the photo is a quote from the novel "If This Goes On," a 1940 science-fiction novel by Robert Heinlein that speculates on life in a futuristic American theocratic Christian society."
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“ULM: Ahmed was never a student here”
Posted: Aug 13, 2013 11:33 AM PDT
Updated: Aug 14, 2013 11:44 AM PDT
SNIPPET: “MONROE, La. (KNOE 8 News) - Dr. Wayne Brumfield, Vice President of Student Affairs, at ULM has released a clarifying statement to confirm that Fuaed A. Ahmed was not a student at the university.”
They are here.
They want your babies.
Note: Photos included.
“Fuaed Abdo Ahmed: Top 10 Facts You Need to Know”
Published:10:05 am EDT, August 14, 2013; Updated:1:12 pm EDT, August 14, 2013
By Matthew Guariglia
SNIPPET: “Fuaed Ahmed. (Facebook) Yesterday in the small town of St. Joseph, Louisiana, Fuaed Abdo Ahmed took three hostages in a branch of Tensas State Bank. Ahmed is 20-year-old resident of St. Joseph who entered the bank armed, took hostages, made demands and was shot dead by a SWAT team. His family was originally from Yemen and then moved to California before ultimately ending up in Louisiana. Here is what you need to know about this deceased murderer:”
SNIPPET: “9. It Was Not a Robbery but a Planned Attack (Facebook) Ahmed had reportedly written a letter describing in detail what he was going to do in the bank, authorities have recovered this letter. He was armed with both a pistol and a rifle. There is no information yet about the types of weapons used or whether they were obtained legally. KNOE is now reporting that the Ahmend just intended on attacking the bank and its patrons and never planned on taking any more or making the attack a robbery. He was also reportedly armed with a duffel bag of items that were going to be used to torture the hostages. The police said that, “His intent was to inflict pain and kill these individuals.””
Fuaed Abdo Ahmed. ‘Nuff said.
Note: Photo included.
SNIPPET: “Here’s a clue. The assailants name is Fuaed Abdo Ahmed, a twenty year-old young man of Yemeni descent. Ahmed traveled to Yemen this summer for reasons yet unknown to the FBI, and was detained at the airport upon his return to the US.
Ahmed’s photo below is also what experts might refer to as “investigative clue.”
I believe Ahmed is holding an AK-47 in the photo. Call me reactionary, but...”
SNIPPET: “Posted by John Guandolo at 8/16/2013 3:12 PM”
It’s getting hard for me to keep up with all the Koo-Koos. What have we got going here, 31 flavors of nuttiness, One for each day in the month and twice on Sundays. Is this the new normal?
Just baffling, I reckon. One mystery after another.
Bank place violence.
Nothing even happened.
Video via YouTube.com
Video Description - quote:
Fuaed Abdo Ahmed Dead Suspected Gunman Killed By Police After Shooting 2 Hostages
Published on Aug 26, 2013
ST. JOSEPH, La. Fuaed Abdo Ahmed was angry and hearing voices, authorities said, when he wrote the letter detailing his plan to take employees hostage at a rural Louisiana bank.
He wrote that he believed his ex-girlfriend’s family had broken them up and were responsible for putting a device in his head, according to the letter found in a van parked near the bank. The family was among a list of people he believed had caused him problems, and he also wrote demands that included safe passage to another country.
What unfolded Tuesday afternoon was an hours-long standoff that left the gunman and one hostage dead of gunshot wounds and another hostage in critical condition. Despite his list of grievances, the 20-year-old gunman had no apparent history with the bank employees he took captive.
And while Ahmed may have been privately seething, he gave few outward signs of his violent aims. Several acquaintances, including the town’s mayor, said they saw no signs of trouble. His high school
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Lets see: Yemeni jihadi.
Boston Marathon:Chechen jihadis.
Guess that NSA cloak is not working too well. Unless, that is, the NSA cloak is designed to assist these terrorists? Could it be?
This is two months old. Why rehash?
I missed this incident and found no coverage of it here.
I update old threads for archival purposes and add threads when something is not covered.
Isn’t this the former intelligence agent or FBI that warned us that our present insane director of CIA is a mohammaden?
Is it just me but ever since the Usuper has held our nation hostage, strange things have been occurring. This, plus the dude who set himself on fire, then the lady in the car. I think this country is going unhinged. Lord help us.
The AKMS has Romanian furniture as indicated by the slight rearward angle of the forward pistol grip, The pistol grip is angled this way so the folding stock can fold flat against the handguard. On the fixed stock Romanian AKM, the pistol grip has a distinctive forward curve.
The lady in the car claimed she was being influenced by the CIA.
For those interested in CIA, mindcontrol and mass shootings, look up the “Mucko” shootings. I know personally a few of the folks involved with that guy.
Well, knew, really, since one of them is dead.
if you go to.yemin or somalia YOU SHOULD NOT BE ABLE TO RETURN Ever!!!
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