Apparently, in her haste to use democrat talking points of blaming others for your own crimes, 26-ray-old Hawo Osman Ahmed forgot that she’d been repeatedly charged with crimes in multiple states and was linked to a nationwide sex-trafficking ring run by Somali gangs.
Ahmed is charged with a Class C felony of Terrorizing. The incident stems from an encounter at the end of November, when she confronted three women in her apartment complex in Grand Forks, with a knife.
According to the Grand Forks Police Department affidavit filed in the case, Ahmed said to the women “I’m going to bust all your tires on your car and windows,” “Come over here I’m going to cut you,” and “I’m going to slice your neck,” all while holding the weapon.
But, during an interview last Thursday with Valley News Live, Ahmed claimed she was being targeted because of her race and religion.
“I feel like I’m a Muslim woman who’s being attacked because I am a Muslim woman living in Grand Forks,” she told the reporter. “I turned myself in because I know I didn’t commit the crime. I’m innocent and I know I can prove it.”
But, that same reporter “discovered through court records that Ahmed was previously charged in a string of incidents in Iowa, North Dakota, and Minnesota, including third degree assault and giving a false name to a police officer.”
“On September 11, of last year, Ahmed was charged with a Class A misdemeanor for violating a disorderly conduct restraining order.” (The significance of the date doesn’t escape most people.)
Plus, this ‘upstanding citizen’ was charged as part of a massive 2010 federal case of human sex trafficking involving three connected Somali gangs — the Somali Outlaws, the Somali Mafia, and the Lady Outlaws — who ran an illegal prostitution—sex trafficking—ring in Minnesota, Tennessee, and Ohio.
“Twenty-nine individuals were charged in the original federal case. According to the FBI, the prostitution ring trafficked girls as young as 13 from Minnesota to Nashville and Columbus.”
PJ Media reported:
As the case was progressing, a pregnant Ahmed and two of her friends confronted a key witness in the human sex trafficking case at a shopping mall. Ahmed and the federal witness got into a fight, and the trio were later arrested and charged with witness tampering.
Ahmed and her friends were acquitted in July 2013 after a police officer was found to have made false and misleading statements. None of the other subjects charged in the federal sex trafficking case were convicted due to the local police officer’s misconduct.
Ahmed current has a federal lawsuit pending against the police officer.
According to her LinkedIn profile, Ahmed attended the University of North Dakota and studied nutrition. She has worked for Development Homes in Grand Forks, an organization that assists individuals with physical and developmental disabilities.
A June 2016 local news article reported that Ahmed was chosen to receive a Habitat for Humanity home, but she apparently is still living in the apartment complex where the altercation and alleged threats occurred last November.
Her victims claimed that she was known for climbing onto apartment balconies and breaking into other apartments. She denied those claims in her interview last Thursday.
The Class C felony she is currently charged with carries up to a five-year prison sentence and a $10,000 fine if convicted.
The fact that she claims she is a victim is sickening to most people who recognize that she is not a victim, she’s a violent criminal who should be removed from society until she can learn to conform to the rules of society.
Five years in prison would be a start, but who knows what sort of anti-Islamophobia tactic will be used by her to avoid any punishment for her illegal behavior.