Tuesday 17 September 2013

Christian TERRORIST(s) hit Washington D.C. Navy Yard?

Gunman and 12 Victims Killed in Shooting at D.C. Navy Yard

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WASHINGTON — At least 13 people, including one gunman, were killed, and the police were looking for other potential suspects, in a shooting Monday morning at a naval office building not far from Capitol Hill and the White House, police officials said.
A handout photo of Aaron Alexis, who has been identified as the man suspected of opening fire at the Washington Navy Yard.

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"My condolences to the families of the dead and those affected, and respect for all law enforcement and emergency responders on the scene."
Citizen, RI
One police officer was in surgery after being shot in an exchange of fire with a gunman, said Chief Cathy L. Lanier of the Metropolitan Police Department. The shootings took place at the Washington Navy Yard, in the southeast part of the city.
Senior law enforcement officials identified the gunman as Aaron Alexis, 34. He was identified through his fingerprints.
According to the Navy, Mr. Alexis enlisted as a full-time reservist in May 2007 and left the service in January 2011. He served as an aviation electrician, and the highest rank he achieved was mate third class. From February 2008 to January 2011, he was assigned to Fleet Logistics Support Squadron 46, in Fort Worth.
The Navy said that Mr. Alexis had been awarded the National Defense Service Medal and the Global War on Terrorism Service Medal.


Can't imagine the type of headlines and religious profiling the American media would have taken and gone to town with if the 'gunman' had been a Muslim 

This shooting in Washington D.C. is a tragedy and our prayer goes to those who have been shot dead in cold blood by this 'Global War on Terrorism Service Medal' recipient. We pray that those who have been injured would recover soonest. 

We also pray that the American media and their masters open their eyes and heart big enough to STOP religious/racial profiling when a heinious crime is committed anywhere in the world. 

Terrorism knows no race or religion, otherwise how could Mr Aaron Alexis have terrorised those innocent Americans at the Navy Yard and killed 12 of them in cold blood? 
Alexis is certainly not a Muslim terrorist.

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  1. Christian???

    Alexis, 34, is reported to have used guns in moments of anger but was also known as a quiet man who meditated regularly at a Buddhist temple in Texas and had taught himself Thai.

    Read more: http://www.news.com.au/world-news/navy-yard-shooter-aaron-alexis-a-quiet-man-with-anger-issues/story-fndir2ev-1226720668447#ixzz2f7ABNumd

  2. Yes, Apanama, I agree with you about the racial or religious profiling in western media but the title of your blog post, "Christian TERRORIST(s) hit Washington D.C. Navy Yard" is religious profiling on your part. The NYT neither profiles Aaron Alexis by religion or race.

    However, the NYT reveals that Aaron Alexis had a history of psychological problems:-

    "Navy officials said late Monday that Mr. Alexis had worked as a contractor in information technology. A spokesman for Hewlett-Packard said Mr. Alexis had been an employee of a company called The Experts, a subcontractor on an HP Enterprise Services contract."

    "Navy officials said Mr. Alexis was discharged in 2011 after exhibiting a “pattern of misbehavior,” which officials declined to detail. The year before, Mr. Alexis was arrested in Fort Worth for discharging a firearm after an upstairs neighbor said he had confronted her in the parking lot about making too much noise, according to a Fort Worth police report."

    Perhaps he was under some psychological pressure of some kind. What made him snap is left to be known later.

    Anyway, this could be a harbinger of a U.S. society which is breaking up as the country gradualy declines from its post WW @ peak some decades back.