Gunman Known To FBI

PUBLISHED: 1:00 PM 24 Mar 2021
UPDATED: 4:21 PM 24 Mar 2021

Syrian Born, Trump Hating Gunman Known To FBI Before Shooting, FBI Busy Targeting Conservatives

He was known to the FBI, known to have mental issues, known to hate white people, yet FBI did nothing while they are busy arresting anyone who was at the Capitol to hear President Trump speak.

Islamic terrorist ignored by FBI? (Source: YouTube Screenshot)

While the Gestapo arm of the democratic party has been busy harassing citizens for exercising their First Amendment right to assemble at the capitol of the United States, to hear the President speak, they’ve apparently been studiously ignoring real, radical Islamic threats to the country.

The Gateway Pundit reported:

Another day, another failure by the FBI, our “premiere” law enforcement agency.

The Boulder, Colorado killer was publicly identified on Tuesday after his supermarket killing spree.

21-Year-Old, Syrian born Ahmad Al-Issa killed 10 ten people including 51-year-old police officer Eric Talley on Monday during a shooting spree at a King Sooper’s grocery store.

The authorities identified the victims as Eric Talley, 51 (police officer), Denny Stong, 20; Neven Stanisic, 23; Rikki Olds, 25; Tralona Bartkowiak, 49; Suzanne Fountain, 59; Teri Leiker, 51; Kevin Mahoney, 61; Lynn Murray, 62; and Jody Waters, 65.

Al-Issa was charged with 10 Counts of First Degree Murder.

According to the New York Times, Ahmad Al-Issa’s identity was previously known to the FBI because he was linked to someone who was under investigation by the bureau.

The New York Times reported (emphasis our own):

The gunman was armed with both a military-style semiautomatic rifle and a pistol when he walked into the King Soopers store on Monday and opened fire, officials said. They identified the suspect who was arrested at the scene as Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa, who lived in Arvada, a nearby suburb; he was charged on Tuesday with 10 counts of first-degree murder, which in Colorado carries a penalty of life imprisonment without parole.

A police affidavit made public on Tuesday said that last week he bought a Ruger AR-556 semiautomatic pistol — essentially a shortened version of an AR-15 style rifle, which fires the same small-caliber, high-velocity ammunition, first developed for battlefield use. Statements from the police and the charging documents did not make fully clear what models of weapons he used in the attack, and whether the Ruger was one of them.

The suspect’s identity was previously known to the F.B.I. because he was linked to another individual under investigation by the bureau, according to law enforcement officials.

When he was a senior at Arvada West High School, Mr. Alissa was convicted in 2018 of misdemeanor assault against another student in a classroom, and told the police at the time that it was in retaliation for insults and ethnic taunts. Fellow students recall him as having a fierce temper that would flare in response to setbacks or slights.

The Gateway Pundit added:

The Boulder, Colorado killer was identified on Monday after his supermarket killing spree.

21-Year-Old Ahmad Al-Issa was charged with 10 Counts of First Degree Murder.

Al-Issa was a Trump-hater.

Twitter user Ashley Mayer saved screengrabs from the killer’s Facebook page.
He hated Trump.

The New York Post reported:

Terrifying video has emerged of bodies lying inside and outside the Boulder supermarket where a gunman killed 10 people, including a police officer — as gunshots are heard.

Bystander Dean Schiller captured the chaotic scene at King Soopers – panning to the parking lot, where two people are seen on the ground.

“Look, there’s people lying in the f— street, guys! We need 911 here now! … We’ve got injured parties on the ground!” he shouts as sirens are heard in the distance.

He then turns his camera inside the store, where gunshots are heard and a third person is seen lying motionless.

“I heard gunshots! They were very close! Someone is down right here!” Schiller yells.

“Can you see which way the shooter went?” he asks other bystanders.

A few moments later, a man tells Schiller the shooter went into the store.

The suspect — who has not yet been identified — was taken into custody alive and was being treated for unspecified injuries after the rampage, Boulder Police Chief Maris Herold told reporters hours after the rampage.

Ten people — including Boulder police officer Eric Talley, a father of seven — were killed in the shooting.