American 'Jihadist' Suspected in Four Murders From New Jersey to Washington State
Ali Muhammad Brown is in jail in King County, Washington State. Police suspect him of waging a one-man jihad on American soil.
SEATTLE—The man suspected of killing two people in Seattle's Central District and a young woman in New Jersey is now the prime suspect in a fourth homicide.
Ali Muhammad Brown is currently in jail on $5 million bail for the alleged murder of a college student in late June.
Brown has already been charged with gunning down two men at 29th and King Street in Seattle's Leschi neighborhood on June 1.
Multiple sources with knowledge of the investigation say Brown told police he carried out the murders because he was on a jihad to kill Americans.
A serial killer (alleged) with a jihadist motivation. And our betters in the liberal elite want to disarm us ordinary citizens.
Brown wouldn't be the first jihadist to wage a splinter cell war on American soil, of course. The Beltway sniper John Muhammad and his sidekick John Lee Malvo waged their own jihad on innocent Americans in 2002. They have been followed by a succession of jihadists on American soil, including Nidal Hasan at Fort Hood, Texas.
The Obama administration to this day describes Hasan's jihad massacre as an act of "workplace violence."